These are just a few things I learned as a student in Rhetoric History & Theory. There were so many things I took away from this course, but for this reflection, I tried to focus on three: How to read instead of reading for content. Reading texts for this course was, especially at first, challening. There… Continue Reading On “Doing History”Continue reading "On “Doing History”"
Response to: Berlin, “Revisionary Histories of Rhetoric” Cruikshank, “Oral History, Narrative Strategies,…” De Certeau, Preface & Introduction from The Writing of History Foucault, Introduction from The Archaeology of Knowledge Oravec & Salvador, “The Duality of Rhetoric” White, Chapter 1 from The Content of the Form I’ve attempted to organize my thoughts this week in terms of what each… Continue Reading HistoriographyContinue reading "Historiography"