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  • Freedom Writerby Patricia Sullivan

    Taylor and Francis 2004; US$ 50.00

    Virginia Foster Durr was a monumental champion for civil rights. A white southerner who returned to Alabama in 1951 after twenty years in Washington, she was horrified to revisit the racism of her childhood. She wrote hundreds of letters - humorous, sharp and observant - to her friends up north, among them Eleanor Roosevelt, Lyndon and Lady Bird Johnson,... more...

  • Lift Every Voiceby Patricia Sullivan

    The New Press 2009; US$ 21.95

    A “civil rights Hall of Fame? (Kirkus) that was published to remarkable praise in conjunction with the NAACP?s Centennial Celebration, Lift Every Voice is a momentous history of the struggle for civil rights told through the stories of men and women who fought inescapable racial barriers in the North as well as the South—keeping the promise... more...

  • Experimental Writing in Compositionby Patricia Suzanne Sullivan

    University of Pittsburgh Press 2012; US$ 25.95

    From the outset, experimental writing has been viewed as a means to afford a more creative space for students to express individuality, underrepresented social realities, and criticisms of dominant socio-political discourses and their institutions. Yet, the recent trend toward multimedia texts has left many composition instructors with little basis... more...

  • Growing Up On The Curraghby Patricia O?Sullivan

    Original Writing 2011; US$ 9.99

    Patricia O?Sullivan (Patty) was born and reared on the Curragh, Co. Kildare. She is one of ten children born to Annie and John. On her eightieth birthday celebrations her siblings, then nine, encouraged her to write about their growing up on the Curragh during the Twenties, Thirties and Forties. It is obvious that they had a very happy childhood roaming... more...

  • New Approaches to Rhetoricby Patricia A. Sullivan; Steven R. Goldzwig

    SAGE Publications 2003; US$ 61.00

    New Approaches to Rhetoric provides fresh perspectives on the study of rhetoric and its ability to affect change in today's society.   Although traditional approaches (e.g., neo-Aristotelian) to the study of rhetoric have utility for the twenty-first century, communication in a complex, mass-mediated postmodern age calls for new critical approaches.... more...

  • Before Brownby Glenn Feldman; Andrew M Manis; John White; Patricia Sullivan; John A. Salmond; Jennifer E. Brooks; Sarah Hart Brown; Raymond Arsenault; Linda Beito; Adam Fairclough; Pamela Tyler; Glenn Feldman; Patricia Sullivan

    University of Alabama Press 2015; US$ 34.95

    Before Brown details the ferment in civil rights that took place across the South before the momentous Brown vs. Board of Education decision in 1954. This collection refutes the notion that the movement began with the Supreme Court decision, and suggests, rather, that the movement originated in the 1930s and earlier, spurred by the Great Depression... more...

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