Faculty of Arts
Advanced Studies in Rhetoric and Composition
An investigation of writing practice, taking up situated, instrumental and political aspects central to rhetorical theory throughout history from Aristotle and Cicero to Bakhtin, Habermas, Burke, Anzaldua and Gates. Considers issues that have served to focus the work of commentators and theorists, including cognitive process theory, language as social semiotic, gender and literacy studies and writing for new technologies.
Not taught in 2012
ENGLISH 758: 15.0 points