Publications resulting from the International Rhetoric Culture Project are published in the Berghahn Books Series
STUDIES IN RHETORIC AND CULTURE.
Editors are Ivo Strecker, Stephen Tyler and Robert Hariman.
Berghahn Books' introduction to the series:
Our minds are filled with images and ideas, but these remain unstable and incomplete as long as we do not manage to persuade both ourselves and others of their meanings. It is this inward and outward rhetoric which allows us to give some kind of shape and structure to our understanding of the world and which becomes central to the formation of individual and collective consciousness. This series is dedicated to the study of the interaction of rhetoric and culture and focuses on the concrete practices of discourse in which and through which the diverse and often also fantastic patterns of culture - including our own - are created, maintained and contested.
CULTURE AND RHETORIC
Edited by Ivo Strecker & Stephen Tyler - Published 2009
RHETORIC, CULTURE AND THE VICISSITUDES OF LIFE
Edited by Michael Carrithers - Published 2009
Edited by Stephen Gudeman - Published 2009
THE RHETORICAL EMERGENCE OF CULTURE
Edited by Christian Meyer & Felix Girke - Published 2011
ASTONISHMENT AND EVOCATION
The spell of culture in art and anthroplogy.
Edited by Ivo Strecker & Markus Verne - Published 2013
CHIASMUS AND CULTURE
Edited by Boris Wiseman & Anthony Paul - Published 2014
CULTURE, CATASTROPHE, AND RHETORIC
Edited by Robert Hariman & Ralph Cintron - Published 2015