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The Routledge Handbook of Comparative World Rhetorics

Studies in the History, Application, and Teaching of Rhetoric Beyond Traditional Greco-Roman Contexts

Edited by: Keith Lloyd

Print publication date:  July  2020
Online publication date:  June  2020

Print ISBN: 9780367409029
eBook ISBN: 9780367809768
Adobe ISBN:

10.4324/9780367809768
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The Routledge Handbook of Comparative World Rhetorics offers a broad and comprehensive understanding of comparative or world rhetoric, from ancient times to the modern day. Bringing together an international team of established and emergent scholars, this Handbook looks beyond Greco-Roman traditions in the study of rhetoric to provide an international, cross-cultural study of communication practices around the globe.

With dedicated sections covering theory and practice, history, pedagogy, hybrids and the modern context, this extensive collection will provide the reader with a solid understanding of:

  • how comparative rhetoric evolved
  • how it re-defines and expands the field of rhetorical studies
  • what it contributes to our understanding of human communication
  • its implications for the advancement of related fields, such as composition, technology, language studies, and literacy.

In a world where understanding how people communicate, argue, and persuade is as important as understanding their languages, The Routledge Handbook of Comparative World Rhetorics is an essential resource for scholars and students of communication, composition, rhetoric, cultural studies, cultural rhetoric, cross-cultural studies, transnational studies, translingual studies, and languages.

Table of contents

Prelims Download PDF
Chapter  1:  Comparative World Rhetorics Download PDF
Chapter  2:  Redefining Comparative Rhetoric Download PDF
Chapter  3:  The Intersection Between Intercultural Communication and Comparative Rhetoric Studies Download PDF
Chapter  4:  What Is “Jewish Rhetoric”? Download PDF
Chapter  5:  Rhetorical Histories of Comparison Download PDF
Chapter  6:  Rhetoric Out of Context Download PDF
Chapter  7:  Confucian Deliberation Download PDF
Chapter  8:  From Oratory to Writing Download PDF
Chapter  9:  Was There an Art of (Asiatic) Rhetoric at Halicarnassus Download PDF
Chapter  10:  An Overview of Kut and Töre as the Pillars of the Turkish Rhetorical Tradition Download PDF
Chapter  11:  On the Differences Between Ma’atian Communicative Solidarity and the Socratic Dialectic Download PDF
Chapter  12:  “Hadassah, That Is Esther” Download PDF
Chapter  13:  Foundations in Vedic Rhetorical Culture Download PDF
Chapter  14:  Epistolary Rhetoric Download PDF
Chapter  15:  Through the Magic Glass of Sufism Download PDF
Chapter  16:  Rhetorical Comparison of Hindu God Krishna and Plato Download PDF
Chapter  17:  Hair-Splitting Critics and Pair-Splitting Circumstances Download PDF
Chapter  18:  Yuğ Ceremony in the Steppe Download PDF
Chapter  19:  “I Have No Mother Tongue” Download PDF
Chapter  20:  Comparative Rhetorical Approach to Chinese Expository Paragraphs Download PDF
Chapter  21:  Ubuntu Download PDF
Chapter  22:  “You Know You’re Filipino When” Download PDF
Chapter  23:  Modern Holism Download PDF
Chapter  24:  Usable Presents Download PDF
Chapter  25:  The Study of Rhetoric in Japan Download PDF
Chapter  26:  Recontextualizing Comparative Rhetoric Download PDF
Chapter  27:  A Comparative Cultural Rhetorics Approach to Indigenous Rhetorics in the Americas Download PDF
Chapter  28:  New Materialist Orientations to Comparative Historiographical Methods Download PDF
Chapter  29:  Nüshu, the Unique Female Rhetoric in the Chinese Rhetorical Tradition Download PDF
Chapter  30:  A Feminist Praxis of Comparative Rhetoric Download PDF
Chapter  31:  Bringing Comparative Methodologies Into the US-Centric Major Download PDF
Chapter  32:  Cultivating Transnational Thinking Through World Rhetorics Download PDF
Chapter  33:  Enacting Comparative Pedagogies as Common Topics Download PDF
Chapter  34:  Teaching World Rhetorics Download PDF
Chapter  35:  Comparative Rhetorics of Technology and the Energies of Ancient Indian Robots Download PDF
Chapter  36:  Using Bridging Rhetoric for Deliberative Dissent Download PDF
Chapter  37:  Doing Rhetoric Elsewhere Download PDF
Chapter  38:  Comparative Balāghah  Download PDF
Chapter  39:  Singing “Nan Yar?” Download PDF
Chapter  40:  Preliminary Steps Towards a General Rhetoric Download PDF
Index Download PDF
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