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Cross-Dressing and Identity in Understanding Rhetoric

posted: 9.30.13 by Elizabeth Losh and Jonathan Alexander

Recently I was honored to be invited by media scholar Henry Jenkins to speak to his graduate class on Public Intellectuals: Theory and Practice about Understanding Rhetoric.

Jenkins wanted his students to hear both about making rhetorical theory more accessible to a broader public and also about using visual arguments—specifically comics—as a means for scholarly communication.  [read more]

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Discovering Diversity

posted: 9.17.13 by Steve Bernhardt

I’ve made it a habit to teach intro comp each fall, in part to learn more about how to use Writer’s Help, but mostly because I enjoy working with new students. After a letter in which they introduce themselves to me as readers and writers, we get off to a fast start with a paper on campus diversity. [read more]

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