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Michael Kleine

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University of Arkansas

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University of Arkansas

4301 W. Markham St.

Little Rock, Arkansas,72205

United States

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About the University of Arkansas: The University of Arkansas provides an internationally competitive education for undergraduate and graduate students in more than 200 academic programs. The university contributes new knowledge, economic development, basic and...more

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Professor In the Department of Rhetoric and Writing

University of Arkansas at Little Rock


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Michael Kleine , Ph.D. , University of Minnesota ; professor - rhetorical theory , discourse analysis , ethnographic research methods , academic and professional writing


Searching for Latini | Parlor Press

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Michael Kleine
In Searching for Latini, Michael Kleine recounts the quest of a rhetorician and writing teacher to discover and celebrate the significance of a thirteenth-century rhetorician who has been excluded from American versions of rhetorical history-Brunetto Latini, the teacher of Dante. Kleine writes of his pilgrimage reflectively and poignantly. His search reminds us all that, in rescuing others from obscurity, we might even rescue ourselves. Kleine's investigation into the life and achievements of Brunetto Latini contribute not only to our understanding of this important figure in the history of rhetoric, but also to what such discoveries mean personally to Kleine as a teacher of writing. Michael Kleine is a professor in the Department of Rhetoric and Writing at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock, where he teaches courses in first-year writing, composition theory, rhetorical theory, language theory, and science writing. His published articles have appeared in Rhetoric Society Quarterly, Technical Communication Quarterly, Communication and Religion,Journal of Business and Technical Communication, JAC: A Journal of Composition Theory, Journal of Medical Humanities, Journal of Teaching Writing, The Writing Instructor, ex tempore (a music- theory journal), Journal of Psychological Type, Centrum, and Composition Forum. He has published book chapters in The Philosophy of Discourse and (Re)Visioning Composition Textbooks. He has also published poetry on Italian art and literature in Poem and The Formalist.


The Making of Barack Obama: The Politics of Persuasion | Parlor Press

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Contributors include Matthew Abraham, René Agustin De los Santos, David A. Frank, John Jasso, Michael Kleine, Richard Marback, Robert Rowland, Steven Salaita, Courtney Jue, Erec Smith, and Anthony Wachs.


Searching for Latini | Parlor Press

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Michael Kleine
In Searching for Latini, Michael Kleine recounts the quest of a rhetorician and writing teacher to discover and celebrate the significance of a thirteenth-century rhetorician who has been excluded from American versions of rhetorical history-Brunetto Latini, the teacher of Dante. Kleine writes of his pilgrimage reflectively and poignantly. His search reminds us all that, in rescuing others from obscurity, we might even rescue ourselves. Kleine's investigation into the life and achievements of Brunetto Latini contribute not only to our understanding of this important figure in the history of rhetoric, but also to what such discoveries mean personally to Kleine as a teacher of writing. Michael Kleine is a professor in the Department of Rhetoric and Writing at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock, where he teaches courses in first-year writing, composition theory, rhetorical theory, language theory, and science writing. His published articles have appeared in Rhetoric Society Quarterly, Technical Communication Quarterly, Communication and Religion,Journal of Business and Technical Communication, JAC: A Journal of Composition Theory, Journal of Medical Humanities, Journal of Teaching Writing, The Writing Instructor, ex tempore (a music- theory journal), Journal of Psychological Type, Centrum, and Composition Forum. He has published book chapters in The Philosophy of Discourse and (Re)Visioning Composition Textbooks. He has also published poetry on Italian art and literature in Poem and The Formalist.


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An essay written by Michael Kleine, professor of rhetoric and writing, will appear in Writing About Writing, a compilation of the best...


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