Rhetorica Scandinavica has functioned as a sower of academic seeds. As the journal has grown, rhetoric courses and programmes have multiplied across Scandinavia. The journal is the major source of native-language literature in the field, and articles frequently find a place on curricula. Thus, Rhetorica Scandinavica has had a significant impact on the study of rhetoric in the Scandinavian countries.
The 18 articles in this book are just a few highlights from 13 years – a total of over 225 peer-reviewed articles – of Rhetorica Scandinavica publications. They have been chosen to introduce some aspects of the study of rhetoric as it is performed in Scandinavia to a readership that is unfamiliar with the three Scandinavian languages.
- Jens E. Kjeldsen & Jan Grue (eds.): “Scandinavian Studies in Rhetoric. Rhetorica Scandinavica 1997-2010”
- Språk: English
- 368 pages
- ISBN 978-91-86093-09-9
- Retorikförlaget 2011
- Available as printed book or eBook (pdf).
Introduction by Jens E. Kjeldsen & Jan Grue: The Study of Rhetoric in the Scandinavian Countries, 7–37
I. Theory – establishing the field
1. Christian Kock: The Identity of Rhetoric as a Scholarly Discipline and a University Program, 40-55
2. Jørgen Fafner: The focal point of rhetoric, 56-75
3. José Luis Ramírez: The art of speaking – the art of saying, 76-87
4. Kjell Lars Berge: Rhetoric and the study of texts, text norms and text cultures, 88-105
5. Jens Elmelund Kjeldsen: Scandinavian Research in Rhetoric, 106-123
II. Norms & praxis
6. Lennart Hellspong: Democratic dialogue, 126-155
7. Mats Rosengren: On doxa – the epistemology of the New Rhetoric, 156–167
8. Anders Sigrell: The ethical entailment of our language choice, 168-177
9. Charlotte Jørgensen: Who’s to Judge What’s Good Rhetoric?, 178–197
10. Anders Johansen: On thinking in writing, and with style, 198–217
11. Anders Eriksson: Education in Rhetoric, 218–237
12. Øivind Andersen: The Right Words at the Right Time, 240–249
13. Peter Larsen: From Figure to Figuration, 250–265
14. Philip Halldén: Perelman Interpreted in the Shadow of al-Hurayfish, 266–289
15. Lisa Storm Villadsen: Speaking on behalf of others, 290–307
16. Marie Lund Klujeff: Rhetorical Figures and Style as Argumentation, 308–329
17. Thor Inge Rørvik: ‘The Generation of 1814’, 330–349
18. Brigitte Mral: A Womanization of Public Discourse?, 350–366
On the Authors 367
About the editors
Jens E. Kjeldsen is professor in rhetoric at Bergen University, Norway, and Södertörns Högskola, Sweden. Jan Grue is PhD Fellow at Oslo University College.