Scott Crider received his Ph.D. from University of California, Riverside. His research
interests include Shakespeare and rhetoric.
- Rhetoric and Composition
- B.A., M.A. California State University, Sacramento
- Ph.D. University of California, Riverside
- Across the Core
- The Seven Arts of Language
- Literary Traditions I, II, III, IV
- The Trivium: The Liberal Arts of Language and Liberal Education
- Advanced Composition and the Teaching of Writing
- The Art of the English Sentence
- Classical Rhetoric
- Aristotle's Rhetoric
- The Figure of Speech
- Classical Epic: Homer and Virgil
- Dante and Milton (with John Alvis)
- Shakespeare's Plays
- Shakespeare's Sonnets and Narrative Poems
- Literary Study I: The Lyric
- Literary Study II: Prose Narrative
- The English Renaissance
- The Rhetorical Tradition, Ancient and Modern
- The History and Character of Liberal Education
- The English Bible as Literature
- Aristotle's Rhetoric for Everybody (The Arts of Liberty Project 2015).
- With What Persuasion: An Essay on Shakespeare and the Ethics of Rhetoric (Studies in Shakespeare, Vol. 18). New York: Peter Lang, 2009.
- The Office of Assertion: An Art of Rhetoric for the Academic Essay. Wilmington, Delaware: ISI Books, 2005.
- "Figures Unethical: Circumlocution and Evasion in Macbeth." The Routledge Companion to Shakespeare and Philosophy. Eds. Craig Bourne and Emily Caddick Bourne. London: Routledge, [forthcoming].
- "Shakespeare and the Figures of Speech." The Cambridge World Shakespeare Encyclopedia. Ed. Bruce Smith, et al. Cambridge: Cambridge UP, 2016.
- "Portia's Powerful Tongue: The Ethics of Lady Rhetoric in The Merchant of Venice." Arts of Liberty 1:2 (Summer 2014): 1-17.
- "Love's Book of Honor and Shame: Shakespeare's Sonnets and Lyric Flourishing." Souls with Longing: Representations of Honor and Love in Shakespeare. Eds. Bernard J. Dobski and Dustin Gish. Lanham, MD: Lexington Books, 2011. 293-302.
- "An Art of Gathering Scattered Humanity: Ciceronian Civic Humanism and the Defense
of Responsible Rhetoric in De Oratore." Ramify 2 (2011): 67-92.
- "Lyric Bearing: Shakespeare's Sonnet 116, Virgil's Aeneid and the Ship of Metaphor." The Garden of Lyric. Ed. Bainard Cowan. Dallas: Dallas Institute for Culture and the Humanities P,
- "The Human Bond, Broken and Mended: Ciceronian Sin and Redemption in King Lear."
In Bloom's Literary Themes: Sin and Redemption. Ed. Harold Bloom and Blake Hobby. New York: Chelsea House Publishers, 2010.
- "Lyric Breath: Taking Seriously the Trope of Immortality in Shakespeare's Sonnets,"
in Core Texts, Community and Culture: Working Together for Liberal Education. Association for Core Texts and Courses: Selected Annual Proceedings from the 2004
Annual Conference. Ed. J. Scott Lee and Ron Weber, et al. Lanham, MD: UP of America
Press, 2010. 97-102.
- "Eloquence Repaired: Thomas Wilson's New Myth of the Origin and Nature of Oratory"
in Talking Renaissance Texts: Essays in Honor of Stanley Stewart, ed. M. Thomas Hester and Jeffrey Kahan. Edinburgh: Edinburgh UP, 2009. 248-265.
- "The Golden Amphora: Alienation and Tradition in Homer's Iliad" in Bloom's Literary Themes: Alienation. Ed. Harold Bloom and Blake G. Hobby. New York: Chelsea House Publishers, 2009.
- "Through Nurture and Good Advisement: Paulina, Ideal Orator of Shakespeare's The Winter's Tale."Cithara47.2 (May, 2008): 17-36.
- "Looking There: The Literary and the Dialectical in a Class on King Lear" in King Lear: Ignatius Critical Edition, ed. Joseph Pearce. Ft. Collins, Colorado: Ignatius Press, 2008: 285-295.
- "Rhetorical Poetics and Shakespeare Studies: A Review Essay of Heinrich Plett's Rhetoric
and Renaissance Culture," The Ben Jonson Journal 14.2 (November, 2007): 268-284.