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American Presidential Rhetoric
American Society for the History of Rhetoric
Arabic Rhetoric (open access via Google)
International Rhetoric Culture Project
International Society for the History of Rhetoric
Institute for anthropological research
Kairos: Journal of Rhetoric, Technology, and Pedagogy
Nordic Rhetoric Network
Philosophy & Rhetoric
Photojournalism (Rhetoric) Hariman-Lucaites
Rhetorical in Africa
Rhetoric Society of America
Rhetorical Theory (basics 1)
Rhetorical Theory (basics 2)
SA politics at Polity
Rhetoric - Wikipedia
The National Communication Association
The Rhetorical Shape of International Conflicts,
The Centre is an active participant in and leader of a number of international research programmes.
Symposium Visual Rhetoric 21-22 October 2004
M Gebhuza, Women in High Office
Two Rhetorical Models for Participatory Citizenship in Post-Totalitarian Cultures 2003
PJ Salazar, Figures of The Republic, Advances in the History of Rhetoric, 2007.
Cezar M. Ornatowski, The Rhetorical Phenomenon of Lech Walesa. Plenary paper, Cape Town 2004. Published in Advances in the History of Rhetoric, 2005 (by courtesy of the author).
Cezar M Ornatowski, Rhetoric, Religion, and Politics in the Talks Between the Church and the Authorities in Poland, 1980-1989. Paper delivered at ISHR, 2007.
Gender in the Deliberative Public Sphere
Berit von der Lippe, Images of Victory? Images of Masculinity? Nordicom Review 27 (2006) 1, 63-79. By courtesy of the author. Source material for the Project.
PJ Salazar, I Kovats, S Negsi, M Gebhuza, N Bucher, A Rhetorical Approach to ICTs in post-apartheid South Africa, NAWA, 2007.
Ildikó Kováts and János Tölgyesi, The role of Internet in playing out a violent social conflict in Hungary: the assault on Gay Pride Parade in July 2007. Paper delivered at Euricom 2007, to be published in Javnost-The Public, 2008. By courtesy of the Authors.
N Bucher, A Rhetorical Analysis of the South African Government Communication and Information System (GCIS) Website.
Rhétoriques et droits Vérité et réconciliation après lapartheid
PJ Salazar, L Mazibuko, T Ratsibe, Peaceful Civility After Civil Unrest: The Cases of South Africa and Morocco
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