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1.00 Vicki Tolar Collins, Walking in Light Walking in Darkness: The Story of Women's Changing Rhetorical Space in Early Methodism, Rhetoric Review, 1996.
0.37 Vicki Tolar Collins, The Speaker Respoken: Material Rhetoric as Feminist Methodology, College English, 1999.
0.30 Vicki Tolar Burton, John Wesley and the Liberty to Speak: The Rhetorical and Literacy Practices of Early Methodism, College Composition and Communication, 2001.
0.29 Lucy Hogan Martha Solomon, Extending the Conversation Sharing the Inner Light, Rhetoric Society Quarterly, 1995.
0.26 Carol Mattingly, Woman-Tempered Rhetoric: Public Presentation and the WCTU, Rhetoric Review, 1995.
0.26 Carol Mattingly, Friendly Dress: A Disciplined Use, Rhetoric Society Quarterly, 1999.
0.21 Karlyn Kohrs Campbell, Pluralism in Rhetorical Criticism: The Case of Lucretia Coffin Mott's "Discourse on Woman", Rhetoric Society Quarterly, 1995.
0.20 Suzanne B. Spring, "Seemingly Uncouth Forms": Letters at Mount Holyoke Female Seminary, College Composition and Communication, 2008.
0.19 Catherine Chaput Danielle Mitchell, A Comment on "The Speaker Respoken", College English, 2000.
0.19 Paul Gianoli, At the Conference, Rhetoric Review, 1988.
0.19 Jami Carlacio, All Dressed Up With Few Places to Go, JAC, 2003.
0.18 Liz Rohan, I Remember Mamma: Material Rhetoric Mnemonic Activity and One Woman's Turn-of-the-Twentieth-Century Quilt, Rhetoric Review, 2004.
0.18 Margaret D. Zulick Michael Leff, Time and the "True Light" in Lucretia Coffin Mott's "Discourse on Woman", Rhetoric Society Quarterly, 1995.
0.17 Malcolm O. Sillars, From Romatic Idealism to Enlightenment Rationalism: Lucretia Coffin Mott Responds to Richard Henry Dana Sr, Rhetoric Society Quarterly, 1995.
0.17 Lindal Buchanan, Regendering Delivery: The Fifth Canon and the Maternal Rhetor, Rhetoric Society Quarterly, 2002.
0.17 Jami Carlacio, "Ye Knew Your Duty but Ye Did It Not": The Epistolary Rhetoric of Sarah Grimké, Rhetoric Review, 2002.
0.16 Lisa Shaver, Stepping outside the "Ladies' Department": Women's Expanding Rhetorical Boundaries, College English, 2008.
0.16 Cheryl Forbes, The Radical Rhetoric of Caterina Da Siena, Rhetoric Review, 2004.