, the companion website to JAC: A Journal of Rhetoric, Culture, and Politics, hosts an excellent archive of interviews. The interview series, initiated by Gary Olson in 1989, aims to open a dialogue between some of the world’s most renowned intellectuals about the role of rhetoric, writing, and theory in their work.
In 2006, the cassette tape audio recordings were digitized, and are now available via University of North Texas’ Digital Library. It’s one thing to read the transcripts, but quite another to actually hear these influential voices. JAC’s archive thus demonstrates one of the most exciting benefits of educational technology: preserving and distributing the inspirational communications of our thought leaders.
(PDF) or listen to the audio recordings.