Dr. Rick Wysocki

Assistant Teaching Professor - PhD in Rhetoric and Composition. Queer archival rhetoric, new materialisms, and media theory.

Bibliography - Archives

Description

This is my attempt scrape together my massive but unorganized bibliography of archives-related sources I’ve amassed over the years. It is a work in process.

Initially, the list may slant toward rhetoric studies, queer archives, and various subsets of cultural, social, and media theory. This is only because these are the sources my work has heavily engaged with so far, and I’ll be making an active effort to round out this list as I go forward. Additionally, because my notes are exploded across a number of print and digital media, not all of these existing bibliographic entries will be added at once.

If you would like to contribute bibliographic entries to this project, please use the comments section at the bottom of this page.

Bibliography

  1. Ramsey, A. E., Sharer, W. B., L’Eplattenier, B., & Mastrangelo, L. S. (Eds.). (2010). Viewing the Archives: The Hidden and the Digital. In Working in the Archives: Practical Research Methods for Rhetoric and Composition (pp. 79–90). Southern Illinois UP.
  2. Ramsey, A. E., Sharer, W. B., L’Eplattenier, B., & Mastrangelo, L. S. (Eds.). (2010). Working in the Archives: Practical Research Methods for Rhetoric and Composition. Southern Illinois UP.
  3. Agnew, L., Gries, L., Stuckey, Z., Burton, V. T., Dolmage, J., Enoch, J., … Vitanza, V. (2011). Octalog III: The Politics of Historiography in 2010. Rhetoric Review, 30(2), 109–134.
  4. Alexander, J., & Rhodes, J. (2012). Queer Rhetoric and the Pleasures of the Archive. Enculturation: A Journal of Writing, Rhetoric, and Culture.
  5. Bessette, J. (2018). Retroactivism In the Lesbian Archive: Composing Pasts and Futures. Southern Illinois UP.
  6. Bessette, J. (2016). Queer Rhetoric in Situ. Rhetoric Review, 35(2), 148–164.
  7. Bessette, J. (2013). An Archive of Anecdotes: Raising Lesbian Consciousness after the Daughters of Bilities. Rhetoric Society Quarterly, 43(1), 22–45.
  8. Bessette, J. (2013). An Archive of Anecdotes: Raising Lesbian Consciousness after the Daughters of Bilitis. Rhetoric Society Quarterly, 43(1), 22–45.
  9. Biesecker, B. A. (2008). Of Historicity, Rhetoric: The Archive as Scene of Invention. Rhetoric & Public Affairs, 9(1), 124–131.
  10. Blouin, F. X. (1999). Archivists, Mediation, and Constructs of Social Memory. Archival Issues, 24(2), 101–112.
  11. Boone, J. A. (2017). Creating a Queer Archive in the Public Eye: The Case of Reşad Ekrem Koçu. GLQ: A Journal of Lesbian and Gay Studies, 23(1), 51–81.
  12. Bordelon, S. (2016). Embodied Ethos and Rhetorical Accretion: Genevieve Stebbins and the Delsarte System of Expression.No Title. Rhetoric Society Quarterly, 46(2), 105–130.
  13. Brereton, J. C. (1999). Rethinking Our Archive: A Beginning. College English, 61(5), 574–576.
  14. Clary-Lemon, J. (2014). Archival Research Processes: A Case for Material Methods. Rhetoric Review, 33(4), 381–402.
  15. Collins, V. T. (1999). The Speaker Respoken: Material Rhetoric As Feminist Methodology. College English, 61(5), 545–575.
  16. Cvetkovich, A. Queer Archival Futures: Case Study Los Angeles. E-Misférica. Retrieved from http://hemisphericinstitute.org/hemi/en/e-misferica-91/cvetkovich
  17. Derrida, J. (1995). Archive Fever: A Freudian Impression. U of Chicago P.
  18. Derrida, J. (1995). Archive Fever: A Freudian Impression. U of Chicago P.
  19. Ernst, W., & Parikka, J. (2013). Digital Memory and the Archive. U of Minnesota P.
  20. Ferreira-Buckley, L. (1999). Rescuing the Archives from Foucault. College English, 61(5), 577–583.
  21. Finnegan, C. A. (2003). Picturing Poverty: Print Culture and FSA Photographs. Washington, D.C. : Smithsonian Institution Press, Retrieved from http://bvbr.bib-bvb.de:8991/F?func=service&doc_library=BVB01&doc_number=013526383&line_number=0001&func_code=DB_RECORDS&service_type=MEDIA http://bvbr.bib-bvb.de:8991/F?func=service&doc_library=BVB01&local_base=BVB01&doc_number=013526383&line_number=0001&
  22. Finnegan, C. A. (2008). What Is This a Picture Of?: Some Thoughts on Images and Archives. Rhetoric & Public Affairs, 9(1), 116–123.
  23. Finnegan, C. A. (2008). What Is This a Picture Of?: Some Thoughts on Images and Archives. Rhetoric & Public Affairs, 9(1).
  24. Foucault, M. (1972). The Archaeology of Knowledge and the Discourse on Language. Vintage Books.
  25. Gitelman, L. (2006). Always Already New: Media, History and the Data of Culture. MIT P.
  26. Gitelman, L. (2014). Paper Knowledge: Toward a Media History of Documents. Duke UP.
  27. Glenn, C., & Enoch, J. (2010). Invigorating Historiographic Practices in Rhetoric and Composition Studies. In A. E. Ramsey, W. B. Sharer, B. L’Eplattenier, & L. Mastrangelo (Eds.), Working in the Archives: Practiucal Research Methods for Rhetoric and Composition (pp. 11–27). Southern Illinois UP.
  28. Halberstam, J. In a Queer Time and Place: Transgender Bodies, Subcultural Lives. New York UP.
  29. Kennedy, K. (2016). Textual Curation: Authorship, Agency, and Technology in Wikipedia and Chambers’s Cyclopædia. U of South Carolina P.
  30. L’Eplattenier, B. (2009). An Argument for Archival Research Methods: Thinking Beyond Methodology. College English, 72(1), 67–79.
  31. Lerner, N. (2010). Archival Research as a Social Process. In A. E. Ramsey, W. B. Sharer, B. L’Eplattenier, & Lisa S. Mastrangelo (Eds.), Working in the Archives: Practical Research Methods for Rhetoric and Composition (pp. 195–205). Southern Illinois UP.
  32. Light, M., & Hyry, T. (2002). Colophons and Annotations: New Directions for the Finding Aid. The American Archivist, 65(2), 216–230.
  33. Miller, T. P., & Bowdon, M. (1999). A Rhetorical Stance on the Archives of Civic Action. College English, 61(5), 591–598.
  34. Morris, C. E. (2008). Archival Queer. Rhetoric & Public Affairs, 9(1), 145–151.
  35. Morris, C. E. (2008). The Archival Turn in Rhetorical Studies: Or, the Archive’s Rhetorical (Re)turn. Rhetoric & Public Affairs, 9(1), 113–115.
  36. Morris, C. E., & Rawson, K. J. (2013). Queer Archives, Archival Queers. In Theorizing Histories of Rhetoric (pp. 74–89). Southern Illinois UP.
  37. Morris, S., & Rose, S. K. (2010). Invisible Hands: Recognizing Archivists’ Work to Make Records Accessible. In A. E. Ramsey, W. B. Sharer, B. L’Eplattenier, & L. S. Mastrangelo (Eds.), Working in the Archives: Practical Research Methods for Rhetoric and Composition (pp. 51–78). Southern Illinois UP.
  38. Nestle, J. Radical Archiving: A Lesbian-Feminist Perspective. Outhistory. Retrieved from http://outhistory.org/exhibits/show/an-early-conversation-about-ga/voice-2-joan-nestle
  39. Octalog. (1988). The Politics of Historiography. Rhetoric Review, 7(1), 5–49.
  40. Parks, S. (2017). ‘I Hear its Chirping Coming from My Throat’: Activism, Archives, and the Long Road Ahead. Literacy in Composition Studies, 5(1).
  41. Poster, C. (1996). Oxidation is a Feminist Issue: Acidity, Canonicity, and Popular Victorian Female Authors. College English, 58(3), 23–42.
  42. Rawson, K. J. (2018). The Rhetorical Power of Archival Description: Classifying Images of Gender Transgression. Rhetoric Society Quarterly, 48(4), 327–351.
  43. Rice, J., & Rice, J. (2015). Pop-Up Archives. In J. Ridolfo & W. Hart-Davidson (Eds.), Rhetoric and the Digital Humanities (pp. 245–254).
  44. Rohy, V. (2010). In the Queer Archive: Fun Home. GLQ: A Journal of Lesbian and Gay Studies, 16(3), 341–361.
  45. Rubin, G. (2011). Geologies of Queer Studies: It’s Déjà Vu All Over Again. In Deviations: A Gayle Rubin Reader (pp. 347–356). Duke UP.
  46. VanHaitsma, P. (2014). Queering the Language of the Heart: Romantic Letters, Genre Instruction, and Rhetorical Practice. Rhetoric Society Quarterly, 44(1), 6–24.
  47. VanHaitsma, P. (2016). Gossip as Rhetorical Methodology for Queer and Feminist Historiography. Rhetoric Review, 35(2), 135–147.
  48. Warner, M. (2002). Publics and Counterpublics. Zone Books.
  49. Warnick, C. (2010). Locating the Archives: Finding Aids and Archival Scholarship in Composition and Rhetoric. In A. E. Ramsey, W. B. Sharer, B. L’Eplattenier, & L. S. Mastrangelo (Eds.), Working in the Archives: Practical Research Methods for Rhetoric and Composition (pp. 91–101). Southern Illinois University Press.
  50. Wells, S. (2002). Claiming the Archive for Rhetoric and Composition. In G. A. Olson (Ed.), Rhetoric and Composition as Intellectual Work (pp. 55–64). Southern Illinois UP.
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  52. Society of American Archivists. Respet des fonds. Society of American Archivists. Retrieved from https://www2.archivists.org/glossary/terms/r/respect-des-fonds