"Interpersonal Conflict" - Seminar-Problems in Comm Studies
- Michael Elwood Roloff - 847/491-7532 - Frances Searle, 2240 Campus Drive, Evanston
- Frances Searle Building 1441 - TuTh 12:30PM - 1:50PM
Overview of classThis course introduces graduate students to rhetorical inquiry and cultural analysis as taken up in the Rhetoric and Public Culture program. Students enrolled in the proseminar will engage questions about the production, circulation, and reception of texts and practices. This includes becoming acquainted with the ways in which the faculty are engaged in the study of rhetoric as an intellectual tradition; oratory and performance; publics and publicity; visual culture; power, discourse, and difference; the politics of representation; media and culture; and democracy and its disorders.
Registration Requirements1st Year-Graduate Students
Class Materials (Required)Course Packet and Blackboard Readings
Class AttributesGraduate Students Only
Enrollment RequirementsEnrollment Requirements: Reserved for Graduate Students.
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