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Title Circulation, writing, and rhetoric / edited by Laurie E. Gries, Collin G. Brooke.

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Summary "It has been understood that writers quote, imitate, forward, borrow, dispute, engage with, and transform texts written by others. Contributors identify circulation as a threshold concept of Western literacy theory and explore five key themes concerning circulation: public rhetorics, feminism, new materialism, theories of delivery, and technologies"--Provided by publisher.
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index.
Note Online resource; title from PDF title page (EBSCO, viewed March 2, 2018).
Contents Intro; Contents; Acknowledgments; Introduction: Circulation as an Emerging Threshold Concept / Laurie E. Gries; Chapters; 1. Making Space in Lansing, Michigan: Communities and/in Circulation / Donnie Johnson Sackey, Jim Ridolfo, and DÃ nielle Nicole DeVoss; 2. Engaging Circulation in Urban Revitalization / Michele Simmons; 3. Tombstones, QR Codes, and the Circulation of Past Present Texts / Kathleen Blake Yancey; 4. Augmented Publics / Casey Boyle and Nathaniel A. Rivers.
5. Ubicomposition: Circulation as Production and Abduction in Carlo Rattiâ#x80;#x99;s Smart Environments / Sean Morey and John Tinnell6. Entanglements That Matter: A New Materialist Trace of #YesAllWomen / Dustin Edwards and Heather Lang; 7. Re-Evaluating Girlsâ#x80;#x99; Empowerment: Toward a Transnational Feminist Literacy / Rebecca Dingo; 8. Circulation across Structural Holes: Reverse Black Boxing the Emergence of Religious Right Networks in the 1970s / Naomi Clark.
9. Social Circulation and Legacies of Mobility for Nineteenth-Century Women: Implications for Using Digital Resources in Socio-Rhetorical Projects / Jacqueline Jones Royster and Gesa E. Kirsch10. New Rhetorics of Scholarship: Leveraging Betweenness and Circulation for Feminist Historical Work in Composition Studies / Tarez Samra Graban and Patricia Sullivan; 11. For Public Distribution / Dale M. Smith and James J. Brown Jr.; 12. Cryptocurrency and Persuasive Network Logics: From the Circulation of Rhetoric to the Rhetoric of Circulation / Gerald Jackson.
13. Circulation Analytics: Software Development and Social Network Data / Aaron Beveridge14. Open Access(ibility?) / Jay Dolmage; Responses; 15. Circulation Exhaustion / Jenny Rice; 16. Archival Problems, Circulation Solutions / Jessica Enoch; 17. Circulation-Signification-Ontology / Thomas Rickert; 18. A Diagrammatics of Persuasion / Byron Hawk; 19. The Spaces Between / Sidney I. Dobrin; Afterword: The Futurity of Circulation Studies / Laurie E. Gries; About the Authors; Index.
Subject Rhetoric -- Social aspects.
Communication in learning and scholarship.
Added Author Gries, Laurie E., editor.
Brooke, Collin Gifford, editor.
ISBN 9781607326748 (electronic bk.)
1607326744 (electronic bk.)
OCLC # jseba1026492090
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