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Quarterly Journal of Speech

The "Quarterly Journal of Speech" publishes research that pertain to rhetorical perspectives on texts, discourses, and cultural practices.

VanHaitsma, P. (2020). Between Archival Absence and Information Abundance: Reconstructing Sallie Holley’s Abolitionist Rhetoric through Digital Surrogates and Metadata. Quarterly Journal of Speech, 106(1), 24-47.

Engels, J. (2019). Kosmic Rhetoric: Reading Democracy Alongside Walt Whitman and the Bhagavad Gita. Quarterly Journal of Speech, 105(5), 68-97.

Parry-Giles, Trevor and Michael J. Steudeman. “Crafting Character, Moving History: John McCain’s Political Identity in the 2008 Presidential Campaign.” Quarterly Journal of Speech 103 (2017): 66-89. DOI: 10.1080/00335630.2016.1234062

Anne Teresa Demo (2017) Hacking agency: Apps, autism, and neurodiversity, Quarterly Journal of Speech, 103:3, 277-300,

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