Faculty of Arts
Special Topic in Writing Studies: Rhetoric, Public and Community
Considers issues related to writing for the public sphere, both global and local. This course examines modern efforts to define the public sphere in terms of a space for social communication and action, but also as a quasi-political structure. It also investigates, in theory and practice, the roles of rhetoric and rhetorical criticism in maintaining communities and publics, including counterpublics.
Coordinator(s) Roger Nicholson
ENGLISH 365: 15.0 points
30 points at Stage II in Writing Studies