Rhetorical Practices from The Industrial Revolution through the Digital Revolution

CGS RH 104

Through class discussion and learning experiences, students explore connections between readings assigned in Rhetoric and those in other courses, focusing on themes drawn from the two units that comprise the semester's curriculum ("The Century of Change: The Long 19th Century Yields 20th Century Breaks with the Past" and "The Post-World War Maelstrom: The Escalation of Change.") The course further develops skills in expository writing and introduces exploratory essay writing. Students continue to explore the contemporary relevance and meaning of the interdisciplinary curriculum. Students refine their skills in grammar, style, organization, and document design. [Open only to students admitted to the CGS January Program] One lecture, two discussions, additional hours with the professor focused on individual writing instruction.[4 cr.]

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