Contents of the Most Recent Issue of
Advances in the History of Rhetoric

Volume 21, Issue 3, 2018

“The Impulse to Rhetoric in India: Rhetorical and Deliberative Practices and Their Relation to the Histories of Rhetoric and Democracy”
Keith Lloyd
Pages: 223-246

“The Pluralistic Style and the Demands of Intercultural Rhetoric: Swami Vivekananda at the World’s Parliament of Religions”
Scott R. Stroud
Pages: 247-270

“Bloody Rhetoric and Civic Unrest: Rhetorical Aims of Human Blood Splashing in the 2010 Thai Political Revolt”
Chanon Adsanatham
Pages: 271-292

“African-American Rhetorical Education and Epistolary Relations at the Holley School (1868–1917)”
Pamela VanHaitsma
Pages: 293-313


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