Rhetoric Review

(The TQCC of Rhetoric Review is 1. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 500 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2019-11-01 to 2023-11-01.)
Digital Rhetoric on a Damaged Planet: Storying Digital Damage as Inventive Response to the Anthropocene10
Necessary Adjustments: Black Women’s Rhetorical Impatience8
Reviewer as Activist: Understanding Academic Review through Conocimiento4
Quilting as a Qualitative, Feminist Research Method: Expanding Understandings of Migrant Deaths4
The Rhetoric of Google Lens: A Postsymbolic Look at Locative Media3
Machine Time: UnifyingChronosandKairosin an Era of Ubiquitous Technologies3
Memorializing the Civil Rights Movement: African American Rhetorics and the International Civil Rights Center and Museum2
Toward a Personally Situated Approach to Advocacy: Expanding Community-Engaged Rhetoric to Parent Advocacy in Special Education2
Counterstory: The Rhetoric and Writing of Critical Race Theory2
Strained Sisterhood in the WCTU: The Lynching and Suffrage Rivalry between Ida B. Wells and Frances E. Willard2
Algorithmic Abstraction and the Racial Neoliberal Rhetorics of 23andMe2
The Constitutive Rhetoric of Late Nationalism: Imagined Communities after the Digital Revolution2
Revisiting Research as Care: A Call to Decolonize Narratives of Trauma2
“Publishing Is Mystical”: The Latinx Caucus Bibliography, Top-Tier Journals, and Minority Scholarship2
News that Isn’t New: March for Our Lives and Media Mobilization of Historical Precedent2
No Magic Pills: A Burkean View on the Ambiguity of Mild Depression2
I Am Murphy Brown: Race and Class in the Rhetorics of Single Mothers by Choice1
Symposium: Rhetorical Witnessing in Global Contexts1
“Their Voice Should Be Allowed to Be Heard:” The Rhetorical Power of the University of New Mexico’s Bilingual Student Newspaper1
Performative Educational Rhetorics At a Korean Women’s College During Japanese Occupation, 1930–19431
The Switched-off Circulation: A Rhetoric of Disconnect1
“Motherhood, Saliency, and Flattening Effects: World War I and the ‘The Greatest Mother in the World’”1
Unmaking Colonial Fictions: Cherríe Moraga’s Rhetorics of Fragmentation and Semi-ness1
Genre Bending and Spiritual Resistance: Mina Pachter’s Concentration Camp “Cookbook”1
Rhetorics of Overcoming: Rewriting Narratives of Disability and Accessibility in Writing Studies.1
Redefining Rhetorical Figures through Cognitive Ecologies: Repetition and Description in a Canadian Wind Energy Debate1
Haunting Women’s Public Memory: Ethos, Space, and Gender in the Winchester Mystery House1
Institutional Ethnography: A Theory of Practice for Writing Studies Researchers1
Fully Human, Fully Machine: Rhetorics of Digital Disembodiment in Programming1
Algorithmic Dwelling: Ethos as Deformance in Online Spaces1
Who Cares if Johnny Writes with a Pencil? Or, a Hauntological Historiography of Materiality in Composition-Rhetoric1
The Disappearing Accused: Rhetoric, Narrative, and Campus Sexual Assault1
Symposium: Diversity is not Enough: Mentorship and Community-Building as Antiracist Praxis1