The Rhetoric of Appalachian Identity
Todd Snyder (Author)
McFarland & Company
June 24, 2014
6.06 X 0.51 X 8.99 inches | 0.69 pounds
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About the Author
Todd Snyder is an assistant professor of rhetoric, writing, and oral communication at Siena College in Loudonville, New York. He lives in Albany, New York.
"Snyder's book should attract multiple audiences. Appalachian Studies scholars will want to skim the familiar Appalachian back-story in Chapter 1 but may linger over the first-person accounts and critical and rhetorical theory. Rhetoric and composition scholars, valuing critical pedagogy and ethnographic research, may use the book in graduate classes or to inform their own research"--Appalachian Journal.