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Published: Jun 6 2013
Size: 6 x 9
edited by Dana Anderson and Jessica Enoch
Dana Anderson is an associate professor of English at Indiana University and the author of Identity's Strategy: Rhetorical Selves in Conversion.
Jessica Enoch is an associate professor of English at the University of Maryland and the author of Refiguring Rhetorical Education: Women Teaching African American, Native American, and Chicana/o Students, 1865–1911.
"Yes, those in Burkean studies will find numerous invaluable new insights and challenges herein. It is a must read for serious scholars of Burke and his work. But enjoyment of this volume will go beyond those readers. As a text in an archival research class, it would provide new and vigorous insights into the many ways archival work contributes to scholarship."—Rhetoric and Public Affairs
"This book showcases the astounding intellectual riches of the Burke archive. Burke's output was prodigious and surprisingly diverse. His correspondence with leading twentieth century intellectuals, his early periodical work and his dazzling lectures appear in their fullness for the first time. For me this revelatory book was a benediction! Every serious Burke scholar should own this splendid book!"—Andrew King, Louisiana State University
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