Rhetoric has always been a flexible and imaginative tradition, engaging and appropriating a range of other figures, traditions, or ideas throughout its history. The American Society for the History of Rhetoric has long embraced the engagement and pluralism inherent in rhetoric, and has encouraged wide-ranging explorations into rhetoric in all of its forms and cultural instantiations.
Below are resources created by ASHR members designed to help teachers diversify their teaching of the history of rhetoric. More resources will be added in the near future.
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