Author: Christine M. Sutherland,Rebecca Sutcliffe
Publisher: University of Calgary Press (April 30, 1999)
Category: History & Criticism
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Christine Mason Sutherland. The only study of women in the history of rhetoric, according to this view, is the study of their exclusion and suppression. Published by: University of Calgary Press. Book Description: Until very recently, the contribution of women to the history of rhetoric has gone unacknowledged. Current scholarship, however, reveals that traditional devinitions of the field have been too narrow, excluding the work of women rhetoricians. Anything more will alter the very domain rhetoric, which by definition has excluded women from training and practice.
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The Changing Tradition: Women in the History of Rhetoric by Sutherland, Christine Mason and Sutcliffe . Here, author Christine Sutherland explores her importance as a rhetorician, an area that has, until recently, received little attention
Here, author Christine Sutherland explores her importance as a rhetorician, an area that has, until recently, received little attention. Astell was widely known and respected during her own time, but her influence and reputation receded in the years after her death. Her importance as an Enlightenment thinker is becoming more and more recognized, however.
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