The African Association for Rhetoric (AAR)

UPCOMING EVENTS

The African Association for Rhetoric is a body of scholars, rhetors and researchers who engage in interrogating the deployment of rhetoric and speech communication in political, social, cultural, judicial and deliberative contexts. The fundamental goal of the Association is to encourage rhetors and researchers in public speaking from all over Africa and different parts of the world to participate in rhetorical debates as they relate to democratic governance and other pertinent intersections that may be of interest to them. The Association also seeks to promote scholarship in African Rhetoric. The Association’s activities include biennial conferences, occasional seminars and symposia. The Association’s main publications are: The African Journal of Rhetoric, and an online supplementary Journal, entitled: Balagha: African Rhetoric Quarterly. The Association also seeks to award members, fellowships, and honorary fellowships to deserving orators and rhetorical practitioners who have responsibly deployed rhetoric in the public domain. The African Association for Rhetoric was established in 2007 as a non-profit organisation.

Call for Papers
Obama's Presidential and Rhetorical Legacy
Call for Papers
2020 Conference
Title: 'Rhetorical (Re)Invention of Africa in the 21st Century'
Pre-Conference: AAR Writing Workshop
July 22-24, 2020

Upcoming Conference of the African Association for Rhetoric (AAR) in Nairobi, Kenya 

RECENT PUBLICATIONS

2016 Volume 8

2017 Volume 9

2018 Volume 10

The African Association for Rhetoric (AAR)

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