Category Archives: rhetoric-and-technology

Cooper and Edbauer

My undergrad semniar in rhetorical theory is coming to a close–it has been a great semester, even if it involved more lecturing that I would have wanted. My students are currently working on research projects; the following is a quick … Continue reading

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Here, Hear Ulmer (Or, U Might Learn Electracy, Really)

Today professor Ulmer visited University of South Florida to give a talk on electracy and have a discussion with our graduate students. I had the pleasure of introducing Professor Ulmer. Here’s my introduction (I have some notes from the talk … Continue reading

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Week One, Spring 2011

Our first week of classes is coming to a close. My New Media class read Walter Ong’s “Writing is a Technology that Restructures Thought” and will be remediating the essay into (x)html this weekend. I haven’t read that article in … Continue reading

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