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Communication and rhetorical studies faculty publish five new books
The Department of Communication and Rhetorical Studies in the College of Visual and Performing Arts is celebrating the recent publication of five new books by its faculty. All titles are available online through the publisher or commercial bookseller.
- “Rhetoric, Remembrance, and Visual Form: Sighting Memory” by Anne Demo and Bradford Vivian (Routledge, 2011);
- “Confronting Anti-Semitism: Seeking an End to Hateful Rhetoric” by Amos Kiewe (Troubador Publishing Ltd., 2011);
- “Dark Directions: Romero, Craven, Carpenter, and the Modern Horror Film” by Kendall R. Phillips (Southern Illinois University Press, available March 2012);
- “Global Memoryscapes: Contesting Remembrance in a Transnational Age,” edited by Kendall R. Phillips (co-edited by G. Mitchell Reyes), (The University of Alabama Press, 2011); and
- “Liminal Traces: Storying, Performing, and Embodying Postcoloniality” by Amardo Rodriguez (co-authored by Devika Chawla), (Sense Publishers, 2011).