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THOMAS B. FARRELL (1947 - 2006)

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  • Edited Works:

    • Landmark Essays on Contemporary Rhetoric.  Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum, 1998.

  • Selected Individual Works:

    • Norms of Rhetorical Culture.  New Haven: Yale UP, 1993.

    • "On the Disappearance of the Rhetorical Aura."  Western Journal of Communication 57 (1993): 147-158.

    • "Practicing the Arts of Rhetoric: Tradition and Invention."  Philosophy and Rhetoric 24 (1991): 183-212.

    • "Scrapbooks as Cultural Texts: an American Art of Memory."  By Farrell and Tamar Katriel.  Text and Performance Quarterly 11 (1991): 1-17.

    • "From the Parthenon to the Bassinet: Death and Rebirth along the Epistemic Trail." Quarterly Journal of Speech 76 (1990): 78-84.

    • "Media Rhetoric as Social Drama: the Winter Olympics of 1984."  Critical Studies in Mass Communication 6 (1989): 158-182.

    • "Accidental Rhetoric: the Root Metaphors of Three Mile Island."  By Farrell and G. Thomas Goodnight.  Communication Monographs 48 (1981): 271-300.

    • "Communication and Meaning: a Language-Action Synthesis."  By Farrell and Thomas S. Frentz.  Philosophy and Rhetoric 12 (1979): 215-255.

    • "Habermas on Argumentation Theory: Some Emerging Topics."  Journal of the American Forensic Association 16 (1979): 77-82.

    • "Political Conventions as Legitimation Ritual."  Communication Monographs 45 (1978): 293-305.

    • "Social Knowledge II."  Quarterly Journal of Speech 64 (1978): 329-334.

    • "Validity and Rationality: the Rhetorical Constituents of Argumentative Form."  Journal of the American Forensic Association 13 (1977): 142-149.

    • "Knowledge, Consensus, and Rhetorical Theory."  Quarterly Journal of Speech 62 (1976): 1-14.

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