Introduction Part 1: Activism Where We Work 1. Borders of Engagement: Rethinking Scholarship, Activism, and the Academy 2. Rhetorical Activism: Responsibility in the Ivory Tower 3. Reclaiming (Teaching) the "A" Word (Activism) 4. A Time to Remember: Rhetorical Pedagogy, Commemoration, and Activism Part 2: Voices from the Margin(alized) 5. Alt-Country Rhetorics: Relearning (Trans) Activism in Rural Indiana 6. Recognizing and Saving Black Lives, Recognizing and Saving Palestinian Lives: The Power of Transnational Rhetorics in Locating the Commonality of Liberation Struggles 7. Gadugi: Where the Fire Burns (Still) 8. Memory War: Activist Rhetoric for Historical Justice Part 3: Modalities and Audiences 9. Raging Media: Investing in an Infrastructure for Resistance 10. A Conservative Professorial Pundit in Liberal Surroundings: An Uneven Odyssey Projected through 2020 11. ON STRIKE! A Rhetorician's Guide to Solidarity-Building 12. Affect and Activism in the Rhetorical Context of the Post-Truth Era Part 4: Re-Theorizing Activist Rhetoric 13. Speaking the Power of Truth: Rhetoric and Action for Our Times 14. Tradition and Transformation in Jane Addams's New Federalism: Creating Community Sphere by Empowering Municipalities 15. The Work of a Middle-Class Activist: Stuck in History 16. Social Justice Activists, Environmental Fatigue, and the Restorative Practices of Doing "The Work That Reconnects" 17. [Still] The Only Conceivable Thing to Do: Reflections on Academics and Activism Afterword
JongHwa Lee is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Communication and Mass Media at Angelo State University, USA.Seth Kahn is a Professor of English at West Chester University, USA.