Rhetoric of Power and Protest

Series editors: Leroy Dorsey and Shawn Parry-Giles

The Rhetoric of Power and Protest series prioritizes the examination of public discourse in historical and contemporary case studies that centralize rhetoric’s role in shaping civic life. The series especially invites original research about protest rhetoric targeting political institutions and institutional rhetoric addressing public affairs. The series also considers manuscripts that examine the rhetorical interplay among political activists and institutional leaders debating social justice issues at the local, national, or global levels.

Please send query letters and proposals to Catherine Cocks.

Editorial Board

Karrin Vasby Anderson, Colorado State University

Jeffrey Allen Bennett, Vanderbilt University

Jason Edward Black, University of North Carolina at Charlotte

Josue David Cisneros, University of Illinois

Rasha Diab, University of Texas

Robert Hariman, Northwestern University

Jiyeon Kang, University of Iowa

Shirley Logan, University of Maryland

Charles E. Morris III, Syracuse University

Erin J. Rand, Syracuse University

Belinda A. Stillion Southard, University of Georgia

Paul Stob, Vanderbilt University

Eric King Watts, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Tammy Vigil, Boston University

Kirt H. Wilson, Pennsylvania State University