Arts. Rhétorique


MANFREDONIA, Gaetano, LIBERTAD et le mouvement des causeries populaires

Bobigny : La Question Sociale, 70p, 1998

BART, John Anthony. “The Rhetorical Constraints of American Anarchism: 1880-1920”.

Ph.D. 1990. University of Kansas. 261 P. DAI, VOL. 51-11A, Page 3557 Through a number of case studies, particularly Emma Goldman ,Voltairine (...)

BERRY, E.W. "Rhetoric for the Cause: An Analysis of the Persuasive Discourse of Emma Goldman "

Ph.D., University of California at Los Angeles, 1969

HAMILTON, Carol Vanderveer. " Dynamite: Anarchy As Modernist Aesthetic "

Ph.D. 1993. 213 P. University Of California, Berkeley,Chair: Carolyn Porter DAI, VOL. 54-11A “In modernist literature, I argue, the word (...)

ERVIN, Elizabeth. "Rhetorical Situations and the Straits of Inappropriateness: Teaching Feminist Activism"

Rhetoric Review Vol. 25, No. 3, 316–333. Abstract This essay argues that the rhetorical strategies of radical activist groups can (...)

ATKINSON, Joshua. "Analysing Resistance Narratives at the North American Gathering: A Method for Analyzing Social Justice Alternative Media

Journal of Communication Inquiry (2006) 30(3): 251-272. Abstract by author In this study, a methodological framework is established for the (...)

RICH, Andrea L. and Arthur L. SMITH. Assisted by Elizabeth BARRY.Rhetoric of Revolution: Samuel Adams, Emma Goldman

Durham, N.C.: Moore. 1970. 297 p. 23 cm. 1997. Moore. 297 p.

SOLOMON, Martha. "Ideology as rhetorical constraint: The anarchist agitation of ’Red Emma’ Goldman"

Quarterly Journal of Speech (May 1988) vol. 74, n. 2, p. 184 / 17 page(s)

HART, Kathleen. "Culture orale et anticolonialisme dans les "Mémoires" et les "Légendes et chants de gestes canaques" de Louise Michel (1885)’

Nineteenth-century French studies. (2001) 30 (1-2) pp. 215, 107-120. Souligne l’importance de la culture orale dans la vie de Louise Michel. (...)

FERGUSON, Kathy E.- "Discourses of Danger: Locating Emma Goldman"

Political Theory 36 (2008) 735. Abstract Government, media, and medical accounts of Emma Goldman converged to create her public presence (...)

HORWITZ, Linda Diane Horwitz, Donna Marie Kowal, and Catherine Helen Palczewski. "Anarchist women and the feminine ideal: sex, class, and style in the rhetoric of Voltairine de Cleyre, Emma Goldman, and Lucy Parsons"

in: Martha S. Watson and Thomas R. Burkholder eds., The Rhetoric of Nineteenth-Century Reform, East Lansing : Michigan State University Press, (...)