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Book Announcement

Speaking of Evil: Rhetoric and the Responsibility to and for Language 
(Lexington/Rowman & Littlefield, 2018 - Religion, Race, and Rhetoric series, ed. Andre Johnson)

Author: Matthew Neal Boedy

Classical Rhetoric & Contemporary Law: CFP deadline extended (now Oct. 5)

Howdy, folks! The deadline for proposals for Classical Rhetoric & Contemporary Law projects is extended to October 5, 2018. Summary of project here, full info at link below.

Classical Rhetoric & Contemporary Law, a national group of scholars in the legal academy broadly interested in rhetorical theory and particularly in classical rhetorical texts, has been meeting virtually for more than a year discussing such texts and their intersections with contemporary legal practices and education.