Lawrence Green

Professor of English

Contact Information
E-mail: lgreen@usc.edu
Phone: (213) 740-3731
Office: THH 426

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Education

  • B.A. Rhetoric, University of California, Berkeley, 1969
  • M.A. Rhetoric, University of California, Berkeley, 1971
  • Ph.D. Rhetoric, University of California, Berkeley, 1975

  • Academic Appointment, Affiliation, and Employment History

    Tenure Track Appointments
    • Professor of English, University of Southern California, 1996-  
    • Associate Professor of English, University of Southern California, 1983-1996  
    • Assistant Professor of English, University of Southern California, 1975-1983  

    Non-Tenure Track Appointments
    • Lecturer, Department of Rhetoric, University of California, Berkeley, 1975-1976  
    • Consultant, Bay Area Writing Project, Berkeley, 1975  
    • Instructor, Department of Rhetoric, University of California, Berkeley, 1973-1975  
    • Teaching Asst, Department of Rhetoric, University of California, Berkeley, 1969-1972  

    Visiting and Temporary Appointments
    • Professor of English, University of California, Irvine, 2006  
    • Professor of English, University of California, Irvine, 2004  
    • Professor of English, University of California, Irvine, 2002  

    Description of Research

    Summary Statement of Research Interests
    Professor Green researches the Renaissance, rhetoric and linguistics.

    Affiliations with Research Centers, Labs, and Other Institutions

    • UCLA Center for Eighteenth-Century Studies, Associate
    • UCLA Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies, Associate
    • USC Annenberg School for Communications, Affiliate Faculty

    Conferences and Other Presentations


    Conference Presentations
    • "Rhetoricall Dauncing", International Society for the History of Rhetoric, Lecture/Seminar, Refereed Chicago, IL, International Society for the History of Rhetoric, 07/2013  
    • "Renaissance Controversies about Aristotle's Rhetoric", Il Congresso Brasileiro de Retórica, Keynote Lecture, Belo Horizonte, Brazil , Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais, Invited, 08/2012  
    • "Les commentaires à la Rhétorique d’Aristote à la Renaissance", Éthique, politique et rhétorique dans les traités et leurs commentaires, depuis la période hellénist, Lecture/Seminar, Paris, France, Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique, Invited, 06/2012  
    • "Renaissance Debates about Aristotelian Deliberative Rhetoric", Abschlusssymposion des Historischen Wörterbuchs der Rhetorik, Talk/Oral Presentation, Blaubeuren, Germany, Universität Tübingen, Heinrich Fabri Institut, Invited, 05/2012  
    • "Aristotle and the Culture of Rhetorical Literacy", Renaissance Society of America, Talk/Oral Presentation, Refereed Washington, DC, 03/2012  
    • "De sui ipsius et multorum ignorantia", International Society for the History of Rhetoric, Talk/Oral Presentation, Refereed Bologna, Italy, Università di Bologna, 07/2011  
    • "Renaissance Commentaries on Aristotle's Rhetoric", International Society for the History of Rhetoric, Lecture/Seminar, Refereed Bologna, Italy, Università di Bologna, 07/2011  
    • "Aristotle and the Index Rerum Memorabilium", Commemoration of Kees Meerhoff, Lecture/Seminar, Haarlem, NL, Royal Holland Society of Sciences, Invited, 05/2011  
    • "Classical Stoicism and Renaissance Rhetoric", Chinese Rhetoric Society of the World, Keynote Lecture, Hong Kong, China, Hong Kong Institute of Education, Invited, 07/2010  
    • "Stoic Residues in Renaissance Rhetoric", American Society for the History of Rhetoric, Keynote Lecture, Minneapolis, MN, Invited, 05/2010  
    • "Appropriating Aristotle", Renaissance Society of America, Talk/Oral Presentation, Refereed Venice, Italy, 04/2010  
    • "Renaissance Views of Aristotelian Topoi", International Society for the History of Rhetoric, Talk/Oral Presentation, Refereed Montreal, Canada, Université McGill, 07/2009  
    • "Aristotle and the Status of Emotion in Renaissance Rhetoric", Renaissance Society of America, Talk/Oral Presentation, Refereed Los Angeles, CA, 03/2009  
    • "International Contexts for Studies in the History of Rhetoric", Orientaciones Actuales de la Retórica, Plenary Lecture, Mexico City, Mexico, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México (UNAM), Invited, 03/2009  
    • "Renaissance Ars Rhetorica and Ars Epistolographia: Rhetoric for the Working Man", Segundo Coloquio Internacional de Retórica, Plenary Lecture, Mexico City, Mexico, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México (UNAM), Invited, 03/2009  
    • "The Persistence of Aristotle’s Rhetoric: The Renaissance", National Communication Association, Talk/Oral Presentation, Refereed San Diego, CA, 11/2008  
    • "Scriptural Elocutio in Seventeenth-Century England", Renaissance Society of America, Talk/Oral Presentation, Refereed Chicago, IL, 04/2008  
    • "L’histoire de la rhétorique trente ans après", International Society for the History of Rhetoric, Plenary Lecture, Strasbourg, France, Université Marc Bloch, Invited, 07/2007  
    • "Patterns of Publication in Classical Rhetoric, 1460-1700", International Society for the History of Rhetoric, Talk/Oral Presentation, Refereed Strasbourg, France, Université Marc Bloch, 07/2007  
    • "Rhetoric East and West", Fuzhou Forum on Rhetoric, Seminar, Fuzhou, China P.R.C., Fujian Normal University, Invited, 05/2007  
    • "The Renaissance Union of Rhetoric and Letters", Fuzhou Forum on Rhetoric, Keynote Lecture, Fuzhou, China P.R.C, Fujian Normal University, Invited, 05/2007  
    • "Towards a Cultural History of Letter Writing", Renaissance Society of America, Talk/Oral Presentation, Refereed Miami, Florida, 03/2007  
    • " Renaissance Controversies about Aristotle's Rhetoric: Crossing Cultures ", Public Lecture, Wuhan, China P.R.C., Jianghan University, Invited, 11/2006  
    • "Renaissance Controversies about Aristotle's Rhetoric: Crossing Cultures ", Public Lecture, Beijing, China P.R.C., Peking University, Invited, 11/2006  
    • "Rhetoric in the Western Tradition", 13th Biennial International Rhetoric Conference, Seminar, Wuhan, China P.R.C., Rhetoric Society of China, Invited, 11/2006  
    • "The Epistolarion and Rhetorica of Korydalleus", American Society for the History of Rhetoric, Talk/Oral Presentation, Refereed San Antonio, Texas, National Communication Association, 11/2006  
    • "The Study of the History of Rhetoric as it is Conducted around the Globe", 13th Biennial International Rhetoric Conference, Keynote Lecture, Wuhan, China P.R.C., Rhetoric Society of China, Invited, 11/2006  
    • "Si può ancora difendere e practicare la retorica?", Discorsi pronunciati, discorsi ascoltati: contesti di eloquenza tra Grecia, Roma ed Europa, Plenary Lecture, Napoli and Santa Maria di Castellabata, Università degli Studi di Napoli (Federico II), Invited, 09/2006  
    • "Aristotle’s Rhetoric and Renaissance Epistolography", International Society for the History of Rhetoric, Talk/Oral Presentation, Strasbourg, France, Université Marc Bloch, Invited, 07/2006  
    • "The Age of Rhetoric", Rhetoric Society of America, Talk/Oral Presentation, Refereed Memphis, Tennessee, 05/2006  
    • "Dictaminal Aristotle", Renaissance Society of America, Talk/Oral Presentation, Refereed Cambridge, United Kingdom, 04/2006  
    • "Aristotle's Rhetoric and Renaissance Theory of Letter Writing", American Society for the History of Rhetoric, Talk/Oral Presentation, Refereed Boston, Massachusetts, National Communication Association, 11/2005  
    • "Quintilian, Pseudo-Quintilian, and Declamation in the Renaissance", International Society for the History of Rhetoric, Talk/Oral Presentation, Refereed Los Angeles, California, University of Southern California, 07/2005  
    • "The History of Rhetoric in International Contexts", American Society for the History of Rhetoric, Plenary Lecture, Chicago, Illinois, National Communication Association, Invited, 11/2004  
    • "The Encyclopedic Impulse", Rhetoric Society of America, Talk/Oral Presentation, Refereed Austin, Texas, 05/2004  
    • "Renaissance Controversies about Aristotle’s Rhetoric", Renaissance Society of America, Talk/Oral Presentation, Refereed New York City, NY, 04/2004  
    • "Quintilian in the Renaissance", National Communication Association, Talk/Oral Presentation, Refereed Miami Beach, Florida, 11/2003  
    • "The Reception of Classical Pathos in Renaissance Rhetoric", Pontes III: Die antike Rhetorik in der europäischen Geistesgeschichte, Talk/Oral Presentation, Innsbruck, Austria, Universität Innsbruck, Invited, 09/2003  
    • "Renaissance Controversies about Aristotle’s Rhetoric", International Society for the History of Rhetoric, Presidential Lecture, Madrid, Spain, Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, Invited, 07/2003  
    • "Lettres à la française et l’inquiétude à l'anglaise", La Rhétorique épistolaire sous l’Ancien Régime, Talk/Oral Presentation, Winnipeg, Canada, University of Winnipeg, Invited, 04/2003  
    • "Demosthenes, Cicero, and Philip of Spain", American Society for the History of Rhetoric, Talk/Oral Presentation, New Orleans, Louisiana, National Communication Association, Invited, 11/2002  
    • "Scriptural Elocutio in the Renaissance", Talk/Oral Presentation, Calahorra, Spain, Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, Invited, 07/2002  
    • "Renaissance Controversies about Aristotle", Rhetoric Society of America, Talk/Oral Presentation, Refereed Las Vegas, Nevada, 05/2002  
    • "Figuration in Scripture", National Communication Association, Talk/Oral Presentation, Refereed Atlanta, Georgia, 11/2001  
    • "New Directions in Renaissance Rhetoric", American Society for the History of Rhetoric, Talk/Oral Presentation, Refereed Atlanta, Georgia, Emory University, 10/2001  
    • "The Pathetic Renaissance", International Society for the History of Rhetoric, Talk/Oral Presentation, Refereed Warsaw, Poland, Uniwersytet Warszawski (University of Warsaw), 07/2001  
    • "Renaissance Grammar and the English Literary Imagination", Neo-Areopagus Society, Talk/Oral Presentation, Los Angeles, California, University of California at Los Angeles, Invited, 03/2001  
    • "Research in Rhetoric for the New Millenium", Universität Essen, Talk/Oral Presentation, Essen, Germany, Invited, 10/2000  
    • "French Letters: Penetration, Resistance, and Contamination", Talk/Oral Presentation, Krakow, Poland, Uniwersytet Jagiellonski (Jagiellonian University), Invited, 07/2000  
    • "English Dictamenal Relations with France", Renaissance Society of America, Refereed Florence, Italy, 03/2000  
    • "Melanchthon, Rhetoric, and the Soul", Tagung Melanchthonhaus, Talk/Oral Presentation, Refereed Bretten and Heidelberg, Germany, 09/1999  
    • "Renaissance Grammar and Elocutio in England", International Society for the History of Rhetoric, Talk/Oral Presentation, Refereed Amsterdam, Netherlands, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, 07/1999  
    • "Shakespeare, Elocutio, and Phigures of Grammar", Shakespeare Association of America, Talk/Oral Presentation, Refereed San Francisco, California, 04/1999  
    • "Trends in English Renaissance Letter-Writing", Renaissance Society of America, Talk/Oral Presentation, Refereed Los Angeles, California, 03/1999  
    • "Rhetorical Elocutio in Renaissance Grammar Books", National Communication Association, Talk/Oral Presentation, Refereed Chicago, Illinois, 11/1997  
    • "Aristotle’s Rhetoric Made Methodical", International Society for the History of Rhetoric, Talk/Oral Presentation, Refereed Saskatoon, Canada, University of Saskatchewan, 07/1997  
    • "Archival Research in Renaissance Dictamen", Conference on College Composition and Communication, Talk/Oral Presentation, Refereed Phoenix, Arizona, 03/1997  
    • "Renaissance Rhetoric and Conceptions of the Soul", International Society for the History of Rhetoric, Talk/Oral Presentation, Refereed Edinburgh, United Kingdom, University of Edinburgh, 07/1995  
    • "Sur l’influence du De anima sur la lecture de La Rhétorique à la Renaissance", Colloque sur La Rhétorique d’Aristote: traditions et commentaires, de l’antiquité au XVIIe si, Talk/Oral Presentation, Aix-en-Provence, France, Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique, Invited, 07/1995  
    • "Inventing, Arranging, and Delivering the Memory of Caesar - with Style", Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies, Talk/Oral Presentation, Los Angeles, California, University of California at Los Angeles, Invited, 02/1994  
    • "Aristotelian Lexis and Renaissance Elocutio", International Society for the History of Rhetoric, Talk/Oral Presentation, Refereed Turin, Università degli Studi di Torino, 07/1993  
    • "Seventeenth- and Eighteenth-Century Rhetoric", Talk/Oral Presentation, Eugene, Oregon, University of Oregon, Invited, 11/1992  
    • "Cicero and Renaissance Criticism", Modern Language Association, Talk/Oral Presentation, Refereed San Francisco, California, 12/1991  
    • "Aristotle’s Rhetoric in the Renaissance", Conference on The Disciplines of Persuasion: A Symposium on Rhetoric from Classical Times to the Pre, Talk/Oral Presentation, Knoxville, Tennessee, University of Tennessee, Invited, 10/1991  
    • "The Reception of Aristotle’s Rhetoric in the Renaissance", Peripatetic Rhetoric After Aristotle, Sponsored by Project Theophrastus, Talk/Oral Presentation, New Brunswick, New Jersey, Rutgers University, Invited, 09/1991  
    • "Making Sense of Aristotle’s Rhetoric and Renaissance Views of the Emotions", The Significance of Renaissance Rhetoric, Talk/Oral Presentation, Coventry, United Kingdom, University of Warwick, Invited, 07/1991  
    • "Situating Aristotle’s Enthymeme in the 1990s", Conference on College Composition and Communication, Talk/Oral Presentation, Refereed Boston, Massachusetts, 03/1991  
    • "Rhetoric and the Clark Collections", The Scope of Eloquence: Texts and Contexts of Rhetoric after the Renaissance, Talk/Oral Presentation, Los Angeles, California, William Andrews Clark Memorial Library, Invited, 12/1990  
    • "The Search for Conclusive Forms of Reasoning in the Renaissance", Speech Communication Association, Talk/Oral Presentation, Refereed Chicago, Illinois, 10/1990  
    • "The Ethics of Rhetoric in Historical Perspective", Conference on College Composition and Communication, Talk/Oral Presentation, Refereed Chicago, Illinois, 03/1990  
    • "The Rhetorical Bases of Aristotelian Dialectic", International Society for the History of Rhetoric, Talk/Oral Presentation, Refereed Göttingen, Germany, Georg-August-Universität Göttingen, 07/1989  
    • "Aristotle’s Enthymeme in Rhetorical Research", Talk/Oral Presentation, Göttingen, Germany, Georg-August-Universität Göttingen, Invited, 07/1988  
    • "Taking Aristotle at His Word", Conference on College Composition and Communication, Talk/Oral Presentation, Refereed St. Louis, Missouri, 03/1988  
    • "Rhetorica 1354al: If you can’t crack an old nut, bury it", Philological Association of the Pacific Coast, Talk/Oral Presentation, Refereed Davis, California, University of California at Davis, 11/1987  
    • "Dialectic is the Antistrophe of Rhetoric", International Society for the History of Rhetoric, Talk/Oral Presentation, Refereed Tours, France, Université François-Rabelais, 07/1987  
    • "Ancient and Medieval Rhetorical Traditions in theMargarita Eloquentiae [by Laurentius Traversanus of Savona]", International Society for the History of Rhetoric, Talk/Oral Presentation, Refereed Oxford, United Kingdom, St. John's College, Oxford University, 08/1985  
    • "Discovery by Constraint in the Enthymeme", Conference on College Composition and Communication, Refereed Minneapolis. Minnesota, 03/1985  
    • "Tudor Rhetorical Theory", International Society for the History of Rhetoric, Talk/Oral Presentation, Refereed Florence, Italy, Università degli Studi di Firenze, 06/1983  
    • "Troilus and the Rhetoric of Disjunction", Talk/Oral Presentation, Eugene, Oregon, University of Oregon, Invited, 02/1983  
    • "Rhetoric at Elizabethan Oxford", Talk/Oral Presentation, Eugene, Oregon, University of Oregon, Invited, 01/1983  
    • "Rhetorical Concerns at Elizabethan Oxford", Talk/Oral Presentation, Sheffield, United Kingdom, University of Sheffield, Invited, 03/1982  
    • "Complex Enthymemes in Argumentation", Conference on College Composition and Communication, Talk/Oral Presentation, Refereed Dallas, Texas, 04/1981  
    • "Enthymemic Invention and Structural Forecasting", Conference on College Composition and Communication, Talk/Oral Presentation, Refereed Minneapolis, Minnesota, 04/1979  
    • "Predication and Prediction", Rocky Mountain Modern Language Association, Talk/Oral Presentation, Refereed Phoenix, Arizona, 10/1978  
    • "The Rhetoric of Hyperbole", Rocky Mountain Conference on British Studies, Talk/Oral Presentation, Refereed Tempe, Arizona, 10/1978  
    • "Structural Rhetoric in Tamburlaine, Part I", Los Angeles, California, University of Southern California, Invited, 12/1977  
    • "The Rhetorics of Renaisssance Drama", Philological Association of the Pacific Coast, Talk/Oral Presentation, Refereed Los Angeles, California, 11/1977  
    • "Intention and Interpretation", National Endowment for the Humanities, Seminar on Rhetoric, Reading, and Writing, Talk/Oral Presentation, Los Angeles, California, University of Southern California, Invited, 06/1977  
    • "Magistrates and Their Mirrors", Talk/Oral Presentation, Columbia, Missouri, University of Missouri, Invited, 01/1976  

    Other Presentations
    • "Chair, moderator, discussant, or respondent", at more than 45 Scholarly Meetings, Europe, North America, South America, and Asia, 1978-2013  

    Publications


    Book
    • Green, L. D., Murphy, J. J. (2006). Renaissance Rhetoric Short-Title Catalogue 1460-1700. London: Ashgate Publisher.
    • Green, L. D. (1986). John Rainolds's Oxford Lectures on Aristotle's "Rhetoric". Newark, London, and Toronto: University of Delaware Press.

    Book Chapter
    • Green, L. D. (2012). Cultural Contexts of Renaissance Commentary on Aristotle's Rhetoric. Papers on Rhetoric XI pp. 81-93. Perugia: Editrice "Pliniana".
    • Green, L. D. (2011). Retórica del Ars Renacentista y del Ars Epistolographica: Retórica para el Hombre que Trabaja. Retórica y Argumentación: Perspectivas de estudio pp. 161-74. Mexico City: Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México: Instituto de Investigaciones Filológicas.
    • Green, L. D. (2010). [in Bulgarian] "Scriptural Elocutio in Seventeenth-Century England," in New Chapters in the History of Rhetoric. New Chapters in the History of Rhetoric pp. ??.
    • Green, L. D. (2010). "Renaissance Views of Aristotelian Topoi". Papers on Rhetoric (Vol. X). pp. 127-39. Rome: Herder Editrice.
    • Green, L. D. (2009). "Si può ancora difendere e praticare la retorica?: The Global Study of Rhetoric," in Discorsi alla prova. n.s. 1 pp. 585-99. Naples: Università degli Studi di Napoli.
    • Green, L. D. (2009). "Scriptural Elocutio in Seventeenth-Century England," in New Chapters in the History of Rhetoric, International Studies in the History of Rhetoric. (Vol. 1). pp. 537-48. Leiden: Brill.
    • Green, L. D. (2008). "Renaissance Controversies about Aristotle's Rhetoric: Crossing Cultures in Communication Theory" [in Chinese], in Broadening the Horizon of Rhetoric. pp. 113-125. Fuzhou, Fujian: Literature and Art Publishing House.
    • Green, L. D. (2008). [In Chinese] "The Global Study of the History of Rhetoric". (Vol. 11). Social Sciences in China Publishing House: Rhetoric Collection.
    • Green, L. D. (2005). "The Reception of Classical Pathos in Renaissance Rhetoric," in Pontes III: Die antike Rhetorik in der europäischen Geistesgeschichte. pp. 203-13. Innsbruck, Vienna, Bozen: Studien Verlag.
    • Green, L. D. (2005). "The Encyclopedic Impulse: Laudatio Thomae Sloanis," in Advances in the History of Rhetoric. pp. 211-16. College Park, Maryland: American Society for the History of Rhetoric.
    • Green, L. D. (2004). "Demosthenes, Cicero, and Philip of Spain," in Advances in the History of Rhetoric. pp. 139-50. College Park, Maryland: American Society for the History of Rhetoric.
    • Green, L. D. (2004). "Reynolds or Rainolde, Richard," in New Dictionary of National Biography. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
    • Green, L. D., Feingold, M. (2003). "John Rainolds," in Dictionary of Literary Biography; Vol. 281: British Rhetoricians and Logicians 1500-1600. pp. 249-59. Gale Press (Scribner's).
    • Green, L. D. (2002). "Melanchthon, Rhetoric, and the Soul," in Melanchthon und Europa, vol 2: Westeuropa. pp. 11-28. Stuttgart: Jan Thorbecke.
    • Green, L. D. (2000). "Aristotelian Lexis and Renaissance Elocutio," in Rereading Aristotle's "Rhetoric". pp. 149-65. Carbondale, IL: Southern Illinois University.
    • Green, L. D. (1999). "Grammatica Movet: Renaissance Grammar Books and Elocutio," in Rhetorica Movet: Studies in historical and modern rhetoric in honour of Heinrich F. Plett. pp. 73-116. Leiden: Brill.
    • Green, L. D. (1998). "Aristotle's Rhetoric and Renaissance Conceptions of the Soul," in "La Rhétorique" d’Aristote: Traditions et commentaires, de l’antiquité au XVIIe siècle. pp. 283-97. Paris: Vrin.
    • Green, L. D. (1997). "Aristotle’s Rhetoric Made Methodical," in Autour de Ramus: Texte, théorie, commentaire. pp. 135-73. Quebec: Nuits Blanches.
    • Green, L. D. (1995). "Aristotle’s Enthymeme and the Imperfect Syllogism," in Rhetoric and Pedagogy: It's history, philosophy, and practice. pp. 19-41. New York City, NY: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.
    • Green, L. D. (1994). "Rhetoric 1500-1700," in Cambridge Bibliography of English Literature, 3rd Edition. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
    • Green, L. D. (1994). "The Reception of Aristotle’s Rhetoric in the Renaissance," in Peripatetic Rhetoric After Aristotle: Rutgers University Studies in Classical Humanities. pp. 320-48. Oxford and New Brunswick NJ: Transaction Publishers.
    • Green, L. D. (1994). "Canonicity and the Renaissance Cicero," in Composition in Context. pp. 17-27. Carbondale, IL: Southern Illinois Univ Pr.
    • Green, L. D. (1994). "Aristotle’s Rhetoric and Renaissance Views of the Emotions," in Renaissance Rhetoric. pp. 1-26. London: Macmillan.
    • Green, L. D. (1991). "Stance Perception in Sixteenth-Century Ethical Discourse," in Rhetoric and Ethics: Historical and Theoretical Perspectives. pp. 59-80. Lewiston, NY: Edwin Mellon Pr.

    Book Review
    • Green, L. D. (2008). Georgius Trapezuntius: Rhetoricum libri quinque, ed. Luc Deitz. Renaissance Quarterly. pp. 1214-15.
    • Green, L. D. (2000). Charta of Greek Printing: The contribution of Greek editors, printers and publishers to the Renaissance in Italy and the West, by Konstantinos Sp. Staikos. Renaissance Studies. pp. 244-48.
    • Green, L. D. (1997). Essays on Aristotle’s "Rhetoric", ed. Amélie Oksenberg Rorty. Quarterly Journal of Speech. pp. 493-95.
    • Green, L. D. (1996). Renaissance-Rhetorik / Renaissance Rhetoric, ed. Heinrich F. Plett. Rhetoric and Philosophy. pp. 451-58.
    • Green, L. D. (1993). Aristotle "On Rhetoric": A theory of civic discourse, tr. George Kennedy. Rhetoric and Philosophy
    • Green, L. D. (1992). "A Short History of Writing Instruction," ed. J. J. Murphy. Rhetoric Review. pp. 221-26.
    • Green, L. D. (1992). The Elizabethan Courtier Poets, by Stephen May. Huntington Library Quarterly. pp. 643-45.
    • Green, L. D. (1989). Hermogenes "On Types of Style", tr. Cecil B. Wooten. Quarterly Journal of Speech. pp. 502-505.
    • Green, L. D. (1986). "Rhetorical Approaches to Shakespeare" (review essay of several books). Rhetorica: A journal of the history of rhetoric. pp. 295-301.

    Encyclopedia Article
    • Green, L. D. (2008). "Rhetoric: the European Renaissance," in The International Encyclopedia of Communication. (Wolfgang Donsbach, Ed.). 4249-53. Vol. 9. Oxford: Blackwell Publishing.
    • Green, L. D. (2001). "Pathos," in Encyclopedia of Rhetoric. (Thomas O. Sloane, Ed.). 554-69. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
    • Green, L. D. (2001). "Ciceronianism," in Tudor England: An Encyclopedia. (Arthur F. Kinney and David W. Swain, Ed.). 137-39. New York City, NY: Routledge.
    • Green, L. D. (2001). "Rhetoric," in Tudor England: An Encyclopedia. (Arthur F. Kinney and David W. Swain, Ed.). 598-602. New York City, NY: Garland.
    • Green, L. D. (2001). "Logic," in Tudor England: An Encyclopedia. (Arthur F. Kinney and David W. Swain, Ed.). 439-41. New York City, NY: Routledge.
    • Green, L. D. (2001). "Rainolde, Richard," in Tudor England: An Encyclopedia. (Arthur F. Kinney and David W. Swain, Ed.). 581-82. New York City, NY: Routledge.
    • Green, L. D. (1996). "Scholasticism," in Encyclopedia of Rhetoric and Composition: Communication from ancient times to the information age. (Theresa Enos, Ed.). 655-57. New York City, NY: Garland.

    Journal Article
    • Green, L. D. (2007). [In Chinese] "Controversies about Aristotle's Rhetoric in the Period of the Renaissance: Making Sense of Theories of Communication in Crossing Culture". Journal of Fujian Normal University (Philosophy and Social Sciences Edition). (143), pp. 47-53.
    • Green, L. D. (2007). [In Chinese] "The Global Study of the History of Rhetoric". Journal of Jianghan University. Vol. 26 (1), pp. 74-78.
    • Green, L. D. (2003). "French Letters and English Anxiety in the Seventeenth Century". Huntington Library Quarterly. Vol. 66, pp. 263-74.
    • Green, L. D. (1991). "The Scope of Eloquence: Texts and Contexts of Rhetoric after the Renaissance". Clark Library Newsletter: Bulletin of the UCLA Center for 17th- and 18th-Century Studies. Vol. 20, pp. 4-5.
    • Green, L. D. (1990). "Rhetoric, Dialectic, and the Traditions of Antistrophos". Rhetorica: A journal of the history of rhetoric. pp. 5-27.
    • Green, L. D. (1989). "Rhetoric at the Clark". Clark Library Newsletter: Bulletin of the UCLA Center for 17th- and 18th-Century Studies. Vol. 17, pp. 5-6.
    • Green, L. D. (1986). "Classical and Medieval Rhetorical Traditions in Traversagni’s Margarita Eloquentiae". Quarterly Journal of Speech. Vol. 72, pp. 185-96.
    • Green, L. D. (1984). "‘We’ll Dress Him Up in Voices’: The Rhetoric of Disjunction in Troilus and Cressida". Quarterly Journal of Speech. Vol. 70, pp. 23-40.
    • Green, L. D. (1983). "Comment and Response" (debate on theories advanced in my article in College English, 1980). College English. Vol. 45, pp. 509-17.
    • Green, L. D. (1981). "Modes of Perception in the Mirror for Magistrates". Huntington Library Quarterly. Vol. 44, pp. 117-33.
    • Green, L. D. (1980). "Enthymemic Invention and Structural Prediction". College English. Vol. 41, pp. 623-34.
    • Green, L. D. (1972). "‘Where’s My Fool?’—Some Consequences of the Omission of the Fool in Tate’s Lear". Studies in English Literature 1500-1900. Vol. 12, pp. 259-74.


    Honors and Awards

    • USC Phi Kappa Phi Faculty Recognition Award, 1992  
    • Wolfson College, Oxford University (elected), 1983  
    • USC Faculty Research and Innovation Grant, 1982-1983   
    • American Council of Learned Societies Fellowship Recipient, 1981-1982  
    • National Endowment for the Humanities Fellowship Recipient, 1981  
    • Heller Travelling Fellowship, Univ of California, Berkeley, 1972-1973  
    • Departmental Citation (Rhetoric), University of California, Berkeley, 1969  
    • Phi Beta Kappa, Univ of California, Berkeley, 1969  

    Service to the University

    Administrative Appointments
    • Director of Undergraduate Studies (chair UG Comm; supervise UG staff; schedule courses for 50 faculty & coordinate with 8 other academic units; develop new courses; revise UG pgms; institute Narrative Studies major (NARS); create interdisciplinary Early Modern Studies minor (EMS); recruitment; orien, 08/2008-08/2013  
    Committees
    • Member, Provost's Committee on Faculty Tenure and Privileges Appeal, 2008-2013  
    • Member, Provost's Committee to revise Dornsife General Education, 2012-2013   
    • Member, University Fulbright and Marshall Committees, 1987; 2002-04, 2008-09, 1987-2009  
    • Member, Undergraduate Studies Committee, Dept of English, 1983-86, 1996-99, 2001-05, 2006-2008, 1983-2008  
    • Chair, New Appointments Committee, Dept of English, 1982-90; 1994-95; 2001-02; 2003-04, 1982-2004  
    • Chair, Director of Graduate Program in Rhetoric-Linguistics-Literature, Dept of English, 1983-87; 1991-93; 1997-99, 1983-1999  
    • Member, Steering Committee, Graduate Program in Rhetoric-Linguistics-Literature, Dept of English, 1976-1999  
    • Member, University Undergraduate Studies Committee, 1996-1998  
    • Member, Executive Committee, Dept of English, 1980-81; 1983-87; 1991-93; 1995-96, 1980-1996  
    • Member, Graduate Studies Committee, Dept of English, 1978-79; 1983-87; 1991-93; 1994-96, 1978-1996  
    • Member, University Computing Committee, 1985-86; 1991-93, 1991-1993  
    • Member, Provost’s Committee on Academic Computing, 1991-1992   
    • Member, President’s Committee on Academic Policy and Procedure, 1986-1989  
    • Member, Freshman Writing Policy Committee, Division of Humanities, 1982-1988  
    • Member, Tenure & Promotion Committee, Division of Social Sciences, 1984-1986  
    • Chair, Computing Facilities, Division of Humanities, 1984-1985   
    Review Panels
    • College of Letters, Arts, and Science, Language Center Review, 01/2011  
    Other Service to the University
    • Commencement Marshall, 2008-2012  
    • Humanities Judge, Undergraduate Research Symposium, 2008-2010  

    Service to the Profession


    Conferences Organized
    • Organizer, Epideictic Rhetoric in Antiquity, Philadelphia, PA, three-day seminar for the Rhetoric Society of America, featuring Prof. Laurent Pernot, University of Strasbourg, France), 05/2012  
    • Organizer and moderator, Classical Epideictic Rhetoric, Minneapolis, MN, (three-day seminar for Rhetoric Society of America), 05/2010  
    • Organizer and moderator, History of the Loci Communes, Seattle, WA, (three-day seminar for Rhetoric Society of America, featuring Prof. Marc van der Poel of Nejmegan University, Netherlands) , 05/2008  
    • Organizer and moderator, Aphthonius and the Progymnasmata, Memphis, TN, (three-day seminar for Rhetoric Society of America, featuring Dr. Manfred Kraus of Tübingen University, Germany), 05/2006  
    • Organizer, International Society for the History of Rhetoric, Los Angeles and San Marino, CA, (week-long international biennial congress at USC and the Huntington Library, with 400 scholars from 34 countries presenting papers in six languages), 07/2005  
    • Organizer and moderator, International Society for the History of Rhetoric, Chamonix, France, (three-day international colloquium), 07/2004  
    • Organizer and moderator, Rudolph Agricola and the De inventione dialectica, San Antonio, TX, (three-day seminar for Rhetoric Society of America, featuring Prof. Peter Mack of Warwick University, United Kingdom), 05/2004  
    • Organizer and moderator, The Scope of Eloquence: Texts and contexts of rhetoric after the Renaissance, Los Angeles, CA, (three-day rare book conference at the William Andrews Clark Memorial Library), 12/1990  

    Editorships and Editorial Boards
    • Editorial Board, Rhetorica: A journal for the history of rhetoric, 2001-  

    Professional Offices
    • President, International Society for the History of Rhetoric, 2003-2005  
    • Vice-president, International Society for the History of Rhetoric, 2001-2003  
    • Executive Council, Representative for North America, International Society for the History of Rhetoric, 1985-1989  

    Professional Memberships
    • Institute for Early Modern Studies, Huntington Library and USC, 2003-  
    • American Society for the History of Rhetoric, 1990-  
    • Rhetoric Society of America, 1990-  
    • International Society for the History of Rhetoric, 1980-  
    • National Communication Association, 1980-  
    • Renaissance Society of America, 1980-  
    • Modern Language Association, 1978-  

    Review Panels
    • Fulbright Award Committee, Institute of International Education, National Committee for United Kingdom, 1990-1993  

    Reviewer for Publication
    • Scholarly Articles, Journal Referee: , Rhetorica; Quarterly Journal of Speech; College English; Huntington Library Quarterly; Rhetoric Society Quarterly; Argumentation, 1995-  
    • Scholarly Monographs, Press Reader: , Oxford Univ Pr; Brill Publ (Netherlands); Chicago Univ Pr; Southern Illinois Univ Pr; State Univ of New York Pr (Medieval & Renaissance Texts & Studies); Houghton-Mifflin Publ; Macmillan Publ; Sage Publ; Harcourt-Brace Pub; Dictionary of Literary Biography; Catholic Univ Pr; South Carolina Pr; Norton Publishers, 1995-  


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