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CDD Dissertation Fellows Colloquium

When Apr 29, 2016
from 03:35 PM to 05:30 PM
Where 113 Carnegie
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Please join us for the 2015-2016 Center for Democratic Deliberation Fellows Colloquium. This year’s Dissertation Fellows will share their work and answer questions from attendees.

 

Laura Michael Brown, “Constructing Civil Rights Public Memory and Regional Identity in Greensboro”

Jeremy Cox, “Wreathed in Liberty: American Nationalist Rhetoric and the Greek Revolution, 1821-1829”

Claire M. Griffin, “Two Varieties of Truth Telling in the Gorgias”

Kyle King, “Sports Spectacle, Athletic Activism, and the Rhetorical Analysis of Mediated Sport”

Jessica A. Kurr, "When the Fed Speaks: A Rhetorical History of the Federal Reserve"

 

You can read more about the CDD Dissertation Fellowship Program here.

2016 Kenneth Burke Lecture: Mary E. Stuckey

When Mar 31, 2016
from 04:30 PM to 06:00 PM
Where 100 Life Sciences
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Mary E. Stuckey (Ph.D., University of Notre Dame) is the author of nine books focusing on presidential communication and rhetoric. Among her recent books are Jimmy Carter, Human Rights, and the National Agenda and Defining Americans: The Presidency and National Identity, both award-winning.  

Stuckey’s Kenneth Burke Lecture is entitled:  "The Art of Anger in US Presidential Elections."  She explains: “Anger is a useful tactic for political candidates. It helps convince voters that the candidate will fight for them and their causes. It can be equally useful in that it can drive voters away from another candidate. But anger doesn't attach voters to anything. What’s more, if anger is the only tune the candidate can play, emotions can spin out of control, damaging both the party and the political system.”

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