Mailing list devoted to the field.
Doctoral thesis about immediacy of the internet as a rhetorical forum. Updated in 2002.
A catalog of e-texts of important speeches, largely from presidents and historic feminist figures, with research resources. Compiled by Robert Ivie.
Handout of a graduate course on rhetoric and its theory. With texts and background material on classical and early Christian rhetoric.
A description with examples of twenty types of emotional appeals, fallacious arguments, and other verbal manipulations that touch the heart and manipulate the mind.
Discussion of one of Aristotle's major works; by Christof Rapp. From the Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy.
Listing of more than 7,600 articles in 26 professional journals, coverage 1971-1998, searchable by key word.
This site seeks to assist viewers in the use and selection of words in the public discussion. Examines terms such as conflict, nature and belief, and offers a discussion forum.
Scholarly discussion board, primarily on rhetoric issues. Linked to H-Net's academic announcements.
Bibliography of works dealing with gender and rhetoric. University course material.