Department of Communication Studies
The Blogora is a collaborative space for connecting rhetoric, rhetorical methods and theories, and rhetoricians with public life.
The Rhetorica Network
The Rhetorica Network offers analysis and commentary about media ethics and the rhetoric, propaganda, biases, and spin of journalism.
How to Use this Guide
Welcome to the Rhetoric guide. Here you will find help on locating resources for rhetoric research.
How to use this Guide:
Located on the tabs are different resources- books, journals, websites, etc. Click on a tab and a page appears listing specific resources on rhetoric in that format. For example, under the "Find Books" tab is a list of books located here in Warner Library about rhetoric.
If you need help with your research you can send me an instant message (see box on the right), an email, or come by my office. I am happy to help!
What is "Rhetoric"?
Find out more about rhetoric through these general articles.
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