Scholarly JournalsThe following are links to peer-reviewed online scholarly journals having to do with rhetoric and feminism.
Basic Writing e-Journal
Computers and Composition Online
Essays in Philosophy
Forum: Qualitative Social Research
Innovate: Journal of Online Education
JENdA: A Journal of Culture and African Women Studies
Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication
KB Journal (Kenneth Burke)
Lore: An E-Journal for Teachers of Writing
The Stanford Undergraduate Research Journal
Women in Judaism
The History Cooperative
The Writing Instructor
WikirollBlogs and Wikis Course
Ethical Public Domain
Free Culture Wiki
Joi Ito Wiki
Matt Barton's Tikiwiki
Wiki Syllabus: Course on Blogs
Podcastingthe podcast network
MiscellaneousAuthorama: Public Domain Books
Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy
The Literary Encyclopedia
M/Cyclopedia of New Media
The Writing Centers Research Project
The Dictionary of Sensibility
Resources on Kenneth Burke
Resources on Michel Foucault
Sexing the Political
Bitch: Feminist Response to Pop Culture
Rhetoric and Composition
The EServer Tech Comm Library
The Alliance of Rhetoric Societies: This site contains position papers addressing the following questions:
- How ought we to understand the concept of rhetorical agency?
- Do we have a “rhetorical tradition”? Are we better advised to think of traditions rather than a single tradition? If we do recognize a tradition or several traditions, how do we identify and characterize it (or them)?
- What should be the institutional and social goals for academic rhetoric in the twenty-first century? How can rhetoric best contribute to the social, political, and cultural environment that extends beyond the University?
- What does it mean to teach rhetoric? What does it mean to teach composition and performance seriously? What is the relationship between rhetoric and composition? Should they be distinguished?
My Amazon Wish List