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Rhetoric of Race Revisited

Mark Lawrence McPhail

Rhetoric of Race Revisited

Reparations or Separation?

by Mark Lawrence McPhail

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  • 5 Currently reading

Published by Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, Inc. .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Racism & racial discrimination,
  • Rhetoric,
  • Race relations,
  • Language,
  • Language Arts & Disciplines,
  • Archaeology / Anthropology,
  • Speech,
  • Racism,
  • Anthropology - Cultural,
  • Language Arts & Disciplines / Rhetoric,
  • Communication,
  • Prejudices,
  • Racism in language

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages256
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL7924520M
    ISBN 100742517187
    ISBN 109780742517189

      Here are some books that I can recommend on the art of rhetoric and argumentation, and by extension, the craft of writing well: “Rhetoric” by Aristotle is the classic source of course. Must read. It’s sometimes available for free on Amazon Kindle since I believe it is basically a copyright-free volume. The Alchemy of Race and Rights concerns the relationship between race, critical legal theory, and the idea of legal and human rights. Patricia Williams, a black professor of law currently at Columbia University, is a member of the critical legal studies movement, which began in .

      The R3 book series is pleased to announce the publication of The Struggle Over Black Lives Matter and All Lives Matter by Amanda Nell Edgar and Andre E. Johnson. Get updates from Rhetoric Race.   Book Review | December 01 The “Tragic Mulatta” Revisited: Race and Nationalism in Nineteenth-Century Antislavery Fiction; The Mulatta and the Politics of Race Author: Jené Schoenfeld.

    The Double Conscious: Race & Rhetoric is a educational documentary compilation of speeches, by a number of prominent figures, dealing with race and racism in America. Speeches [ edit ] Atlanta Exposition Speech by Booker T. WashingtonDirected by: Matt Reaves. The recovery of race in America. [Aaron David Gresson] this book examines the issues of loss and recovery in contemporary interracial life, thought and speech. race hegemony--the American context. Race, rhetoric and recovery --pt. II. Loss and recovery 2: .


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Rhetoric of Race Revisited by Mark Lawrence McPhail Download PDF EPUB FB2

Rhetoric of Race Revisited: Reparations or Separation. [Mark Lawrence McPhail] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Like the earlier text, Revisited looks at the rhetorical dynamics of racism―how, in addition to social and material structures and institutions, language can be a cause and facilitator of racism.

Revised introductions and four new chapters add thorough discussions of essentialism and racial difference; theories of complicity and coherence, including critical applications; the theory of racism as a problem of psychiatry; and perspectives on contemporary racial Cited by: Like the earlier text, Revisited looks at the rhetorical dynamics of racism—how, in addition to social and material structures and institutions, language can be a cause and facilitator of : $   In this updated and significantly expanded edition of his The Rhetoric of Racism, Mark Lawrence McPhail responds to subsequent critiques and advances in scholarship.

Like the earlier text, Revisited looks at the rhetorical dynamics of racism&#;how, in Author: Mark Lawrence Mcphail. Book Reviews rhetoric in the social and symbolic construction of a redemptive dialogue of reconciliation.

John Hatch's important work extends complicity theory in this direction in its call for a tragicomic reading of the rhetoric of racism as a way of moving toward dialogic coherence.3 Similarly, Jacqueline Bacon's reading of the repara.

Conservatives today are fighting for the alternative liberalism, the original liberalism, if you will, of competing individuals, race-neutral laws and institutions, and an essentially race-neutral public square; they would have race become what religion or any other form of identification is: a private realm, unforced and unenabled by a system of governmental rewards and disincentives.

Rhetoric, Race, and Religion This series will provide space for emerging, junior, or senior scholars engaged in research that studies rhetoric from a race or religion perspective.

This will include studies contributing to our understanding of how rhetoric helps shape race and/or religion and how race and/or religion shapes rhetoric.

Efforts that took shape in the s, particularly Critical Race Theory, dissolved the distinction between activism and scholarship, eagerly embracing this broader understanding of racism.

In its view, as summarized in Critical Race Theory: An Introduction (), by Richard Delgado and Jean Stefancic, “racism is a means by which society allocates privilege and status. The Race, Rhetoric, and Media Series includes monographs and edited volumes exploring the intersections among race, rhetoric, and media in cultural, political, and social discourse within the United States and its territories.

The series seeks manuscripts and proposals from diverse methodological orientations addressed to such topics as. Rhetoric, Race, and Resentment: Whiteness and the New Days of Rage Article (PDF Available) in Rhetoric Review 36(4) October with Reads How we measure 'reads'. The Politics of Complicity Revisited: Race, Rhetoric, and the (Im)possibility of Reconciliation.

From the troubling media representations of black looters after Hurricane Katrina and rhetoric in news coverage about the Columbine and Virginia Tech massacres to cinematic representations of race in Crash, Blood Diamond, and Quentin Tarantino's films, these essays reveal complex intersections and constructions.

Like the earlier text, Revisited looks at the rhetorical dynamics of racism--how, in addition to social and material structures and institutions, language can be a cause and facilitator of racism.

In Race, Rhetoric, and Technology (), Adam Banks explores African American rhetoric — the discursive practices used by individuals and groups toward full participation in American society () — in relation to technology, especially in regards to access/5. According to Banks the central ethical questions for the field of rhetoric and composition are technology access and the ability to address questions of race and racism.

He uses this book to imagine what writing instruction, technology theory, literacy instruction, and rhetorical education can look like for all of us in a new century.

Reviews. Populism in the South Revisited repositions the historiography of both the New South and Populism to address issues of race, urban development, and the emerging industrial working class within the context of Populist ideology. In the process, James M.

Beeby and his co-authors move Populism from a perceived 'failed' initiative to a vibrant factor in the development of the. Race, Community and Conflict Revisited.

It is nearly fifty years since the publication of Race, Community and Conflict, a study of Sparkbrook, Birmingham, co-authored with John Rex (and reported in New Society in ).

Unusually for a sociology book, the publication attracted widespread public attention. It is the first of four ways Ford describes in which the race card is played, “wolf” is cried and the bonds of credibility become frayed.

The second way Americans play the race card is through “racism by analogy.” Those who charge discrimination on account of obesity or unconventional appearance, for instance.

For more info on rhetoric and race see Mark Phail’s book Rhetoric of Racism Revisited and his explanation of “complicity theory.” Another interesting text on the history of race is the History of White People by Nell Irvin Painter.

The Rhetoric of Racism --Introduction: In the Shadow of the Word --From Socrates to South Africa --Language and Oppression --Racism in Black and White --Race as Symbolic Reality --From Complicity to Coherence --Revisiting the Rhetoric of Racism --Introduction: Revisiting the Rhetoric of Racism --The Politics of Complicity --Re-Signing the Opposition --The Hope That Hate.

By doing so, Blum shows that environmental activism opens a window on broader social movements and ideas, such as civil rights and feminism.

Her book moves the story of Love Canal well beyond its iconic legacy—the Superfund Act that makes polluters accountable—to highlight another vital legacy, one firmly rooted in race, class, and gender.Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books. My library.Race/Ethnicity Bibliography This is a starter bibliography of scholarship related to race/ethnicity in Greek and Roman antiquity (including some Early Christian and Medieval).

From this, one can see the breadth and depth of scholarship being done over the last 40 year or so.