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Rhetoric, Culture, and Social Critique Series titles present scholarship that examines and articulates the relationship between rhetoric and cultural studies in a critical mode that extends, crosses, and/or transgresses disciplinary boundaries, advancing new avenues of knowledge and understanding rooted in communicative practices. With an eye towards the enactment of productive social criticism and critical social theory, such scholarship explores and exploits, in a variety of cultural, cross-cultural, and transnational contexts, the historical, critical, and theoretical points of contact between rhetoric (the theory, practice, and criticism of public discourse), media (the mediation of social and public consciousness through technologies of image and sound production ranging from orality and literacy to film, television, photography, and interactive digital media), and performance (the everyday practices of communication in the daily conduct and constitution of social life).