Crider Scott

Scott F. Crider

University of Dallas

Scott F. Crider is a professor of English at the University of Dallas, Constantin College of Liberal Arts. He has published extensively on the works of William Shakespeare and maintains the English Renaissance as one of his major research interests. His other academic interests include ancient and modern rhetorical tradition, the history and character of liberal education, and the English-language Bible as literature. He received his Ph.D. from the University of California, Riverside, after completing both his B.A. and his M.A. at California State University, Sacramento. 

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The Office of Assertion

An Art of Rhetoric for the Academic Essay

From Intercollegiate Studies Institute

With What Persuasion

An Essay on Shakespeare and the Ethics of Rhetoric

From Peter Lang Publishing

"Portia's Powerful Tongue"

The Ethics of Lady Rhetoric in The Merchant of Venice

From The Arts of Liberty Project

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