Fred Antczak

Founding Dean, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
Department of English

Language & Literature

249 Lake Huron Hall
(616) 331-3244
[email protected] 



Frederick J. Antczak

Research Interests
Rhetoric, Ethics, Democracy, Ethical Criticism


Stuckey, Mary E., and Frederick J. Antczak. "The rhetorical presidency: Deepening vision, widening exchange." Communication yearbook 21 (1998): 405-442.

Antczak, Frederick J. Rhetoric and pluralism: legacies of Wayne Booth. The Ohio State University Press, 1995.

Stuckey, Mary E., and Frederick J. Antczak. "The battle of issues and images: Establishing interpretive dominance." Communication Quarterly 42.2 (1994): 120-132

Antczak, Frederick J. "When ‘‘silence is betrayal’’: An ethical criticism of the revolution of values in the speech at riverside church." Martin Luther King, Jr., and the sermonic power of public discourse (1993): 127-146.

Antczak, Frederick J. "Discursive community and the problem of perspective in ethical criticism." Conversations on communication ethics (1991): 81-88.

Antczak, Frederick J. "Teaching rhetoric and teaching morality: Some problems and possibilities of ethical criticism." Rhetoric Society Quarterly 19.1 (1989): 15-22.

Antczak, Frederick J. Thought and character: The rhetoric of democratic education. Ames: Iowa State University Press, 1985.

B.A., University of Notre Dame
M.A., Ph.D., University of Chicago

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