Rhetorical Conversations: Race, Class, and Gender in the Works of Jacqueline Jones Royster and Shirley Wilson Logan
Date of Award
Doctor of Philosophy
English Rhetoric and Composition
This project is an examination of Jacqueline Jones Royster and Shirley Wilson Logan as knowledge-makers in the field of rhetoric and composition. There is a large gap in research on the contemporary African American women scholars who act as knowledge makers of rhetorical theory and rhetorical pedagogy. There is circularity in the notion that as Royster and Logan examine the history of the fieldâ??African American rhetorical practices, feministic rhetorical practices, English language studies and literacy, and classroom practicesâ??they are, themselves, having an impact on the field.
Received from ProQuest
Robertson, Tanya, "Rhetorical Conversations: Race, Class, and Gender in the Works of Jacqueline Jones Royster and Shirley Wilson Logan" (2022). Open Access Theses & Dissertations. 3722.