On “Doing History”

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”

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Ancient Egyptian Rhetoric

At the very beginning of “Nomo, Kawa’da, and Communicative Practice: Bringing Good Into the World,” Maulana Kerenga makes a claim that captured my attention and held it throughout: if the western rhetorical canons have been applied to studies of the western world far from the origins of those canons in Greece and Rome, then classical… Continue Reading Ancient Egyptian Rhetoric

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