RSA Penn State Books

The RSA Series in Transdisciplinary Rhetoric is published by the Pennsylvania State University Press in collaboration with The Rhetoric Society of America. Books published in this series consider rhetoric as both a practice and as a theoretical lens through which to engage other fields, and they investigate how rhetoric itself is complicated as a result of this transdisciplinary exchange. They appeal, first, to scholars in communication studies and English or writing, and, second, to at least one other discipline or subject area. These include, but are not limited to, the rhetoric of science; posthumanist rhetorics; animal studies; the relation of rhetoric and law; digital and visual rhetorics; the intersections of rhetoric and the medical sciences; the networks of rhetoric and economics. Books are well written and accessible to a broad range of students and scholars, as well as innovative and rigorously argued, combining theoretical sophistication with smart case analysis.

 

Arguing with Numbers - The Intersections of Rhetoric and Mathematics
07/15/2021

Arguing with Numbers - The Intersections of Rhetoric and Mathematics

Edited by James Wynn and G. Mitchell Reyes


Rhetoric, Inc.
07/15/2021

Rhetoric, Inc.

Ford’s Filmmaking and the Rise of Corporatism


Stripped
07/15/2021

Stripped

Reading the Erotic Body


Democracy as Fetish
07/15/2021

Democracy as Fetish

Ralph Cintron


Robert Burton’s Rhetoric
07/15/2021

Robert Burton’s Rhetoric

An Anatomy of Early Modern Knowledge


Ableist Rhetoric
07/15/2021

Ableist Rhetoric

How We Know, Value, and See Disability


Being at Genetic Risk
07/15/2021

Being at Genetic Risk

Toward a Rhetoric of Care


Reimagining Advocacy
07/15/2021

Reimagining Advocacy

Rhetorical Education in the Legal Clinic


Rhetoric’s Pragmatism
07/15/2021

Rhetoric’s Pragmatism

Essays in Rhetorical Hermeneutics


Infertility
07/15/2021

Infertility

Tracing the History of a Transformative Term


Kenneth Burke + The Posthuman
09/21/2020

Kenneth Burke + The Posthuman

Edited by Chris Mays, Nathaniel A. Rivers, and Kellie Sharp-Hoskins


From Hysteria to Hormones
09/14/2020

From Hysteria to Hormones

A Rhetorical History


Museum Rhetoric
09/07/2020

Museum Rhetoric

Building Civic Identity in National Space


Sign of Pathology
07/31/2020

Sign of Pathology

U.S. Medical Rhetoric on Abortion, 1800s–1960s


Rhetorical Style and Bourgeois Virtue
07/29/2020

Rhetorical Style and Bourgeois Virtue

Capitalism and Civil Society in the British Enlightenment