Selected Publications by Calvin M. Logue and (in some instances) Colleagues

New Books:

JANUARY IN SLAVERY: AN ORAL NARRATIVE OF THE SOUTH, as told by African Americans who lived under slavery; 2013,in paperback and Kindle, etc.

ASHES AT THE ALTAR: THE SHERIFF AND SAMPSON, novel about the civil rights movement as it spread in the South after the Korean War; 2013, in paperback and Kindle, etc.

"Ralph McGill: Convictions of a Southern Editor." Journalism Quarterly 45 (1968): 647-52.

"Political Rhetoric [Theory] of Ralph McGill." Communication Monographs 35 (1968): 122- 28.

Editor.  Ralph McGill at Work. Vol. I of Ralph McGill: Editor and Publisher.  Durham, N.C.: Moore Publishing Co., 1969.  (Biographical sketch plus eight speech texts by McGill.)

Editor.  Ralph McGill Speaks. Vol. II of Ralph McGill: Editor and Publisher. (Texts of McGill's speeches plus transcript of Logue's interview with McGill.)

"Teaching  Black Rhetoric." Communication Education  13 (1974): 115-120.

"Gubernatorial Campaign in Georgia in 1880." Southern Communication Journal 40 (1974): 12-32.

"Rhetorical Ridicule of Reconstruction Blacks." Quarterly Journal of Speech 62 (1976): 400-409.

"Rhetorical Appeals of Whites to Blacks During Reconstruction." Communication Monographs 44 (1977): 241-51. Abstracted in Wilson Quarterly 2 (1978): 28-29.

"Racist Reporting During Reconstruction."  Journal of Black Studies 9 (1979): 335-350.

"Restoration Strategies in Georgia, 1865-1880." In Oratory of the New South, 1865-1900, edited by Waldo W. Braden, 38-73. Baton Rouge, LA: Louisiana State University Press, 1979.

"Transcending Coercion: The Communicative Strategies of Black Slaves on Antebellum Plantations." Quarterly Journal of Speech 67 (1981): 31-46.

Oratory of Southern Demagogues. Edited by Calvin M. Logue and Howard Dorgan. Baton Rouge, LA: Louisiana State University Press, 1981.  (Logue also wrote the chapter on Eugene Talmadge.)

Editor. Southern Encounters: Southerners of Note in Ralph McGill's South. Macon, GA: Mercer University Press, 1983.

Editor. No Place to Hide: The South and Human Rights. Vol. I.  Macon, GA: Mercer University Press, 1984. (Essays by Ralph McGill.)

Editor. No Place to Hide: The South and Human Rights.  Vol. II, 1984. (Essays by Ralph McGill.)

A New Diversity in Contemporary Southern Rhetoric. Edited by Calvin M. Logue and Howard Dorgan. Baton Rouge: LA: Louisiana State University Press, 1987. (Logue also wrote the chapter on Ralph McGill.)

"Alexander H. Stephens." In American Orators Before 1900: Criticial Studies and Sources, edited by Bernard Duffy and Halford Ryan.  Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, 1987.

"Eugene Talmadge." In American Orators of the Twentieth Century: Critical Studies and Sources, edited by Bernard Duffy and Halford Ryan. Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, 1987.

Logue, Calvin M. and Thurmon Garner. "Shift in Rhetorical Status of Blacks After Freedom." Southern Communication Journal 54 (1988): 1-39.

"Ralph McGill," 964-65, and "Southern Oratory," 781-82, in Encyclopedia of Southern Culture, edited by William Ferris and Charles Wilson. Durham, N.C.: University of North Carolina Press, 1989.

Eugene Talmadge: Rhetoric and Response. New York: Greenwood Press, 1989.

"Coping With Defeat Rhetorically: Sherman's March Through Georgia." Southern Communication Journal 58 (1992): 55-66.

"The Rhetorical Complicity Indigenous to Winning the North Georgia Campaign [1864]." Communication Studies 43 (1992): 124-31.

Logue, Calvin M. and Eugene F. Miller. "Rhetorical Status: A Study of Its Origins, Functions, and Consequences."  Quarterly Journal of Spoeech 81 (1995): 20-46.

Miller, Diane H., Calvin M. Logue, and Cindy Jenefsky. "Civil Liberties: the Expansion of White Women's Communication Activities from the Antebellum South through the Civil War." Southern Communication Journal 61 (1996): 289-301.

Logue, Calvin M. and Jean DeHart. "Andrew Jackson Young." In African-American Orators: A Biocritical Sourcebook, edited by Richard W. Leeman, 423-430. Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, 1996.

Voice of Georgia: Speeches of Richard B. Russell, 1928-1969, edited with Introduction by Calvin M. Logue and Dwight L. Freshley.  Macon, GA: Mercer University Press, 1997.

Logue, Calvin M. and Jean DeHart. "Thomas Erskine Birch [1763-1821], in Dictionary of Virginia Biography, edited by John T. Kneebone, J. Jefferson Looney, Brent Tarter, and Sandra Gioia Treadway, Vol. I, 498-99. Richmond, VA: Library of Virginia, 1998.

Logue, Calvin M., Eugene F. Miller, and Christopher Schroll. "The Press Under Pressure: How Georgia's Newspapers Responded to Civil War Constraints." American Journalism 15 (1998): 13-34.  A shortened version, "The Press Under Pressure: Georgia Newspapers and the Civil War," in  Words at War: The Civil War and American Journalism, edited by David B. Sachsman, S. Kittrell Rushing, and Roy Morris Jr., 165-77. West Lafayette, Indiana: Purdue University Press, 2008.

Logue, Calvin M. and Eugene F. Miller. "Communicative Interaction and Rhetorical Status in Harriet Ann Jacob's Slave Narrative."  Southern Communication Journal 63 (1998): 182-98.

Logue, Calvin M., Lynn Messina, and Jean DeHart, editors. Representative American Speeches Vols. 68-78 (11 volumes). New York: H. W. Wilson Co., 1995-2006.

Logue, Calvin M., "Teaching African American Discourse: Lessons of a Recovering Segregationist," in Frankie Condon and Vershawn Ashanti Young, eds. Performing Antiracist Pedagogy in Rhetoric, Writing and Communication, Colorado State University Press, 2016