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"His ghostly solitude": Terror management theory and the thought and art of W. B. Yeats
"Obvi we're the ladies": The unruly women of postfeminist television
"ReMember; rebuild, and renew": Constructing America's collective identity and the New World Trade Center site in New York City
A century of change: National Geographic Magazine and the rhetoric of Amazonian land development
Assessing college writing: A call for understanding and welcoming ADHD, Autism and Dyslexia as hidden diversity in higher education
Children of the night : cultural contexts and the politics of childhood in 'dark' fiction and cinema
Fantasies of control: The exploitation of the child in posthuman YA literature
Following leads: A rhetorical approach to literary journalism
From Obedient Housewife to Androgynous Equal: Shifting Gender Paradigms in 1790-1860 British Literature
Hollow Eve: A non-binary artist queering heteronormativity
In search of the ninety nine percent : social movements, social media, and the rhetoric of Occupy Wall Street
In the woods she toils: Witches, ecophobia, and American manhood
Jane Austen's World
Mindfully mitigating the writing stigma: How students experience academic writing in a contemplative composition classroom
Moral appeals in political discourse: A moderate approach to political identification
Progymnasmata: Untapped potential for professional writing instruction
Reexamining Jewish Orthodox Gay Identity in Disobedience and Trembling Before G-d
Rethinking the normative: Madness, abjection, and awareness in American literature and film
Subverting the heteropatriarchy: Madness, monstrosity, and gothic aesthetics in literature and film about women
The Arab-Israeli conflict : the rhetorical treatment of land in Palestinian memoirs