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Bumper Crop: Scholar Explains How Presidential Election is Ripe for Rhetorical Studies

Bumper Crop: Scholar Explains How Presidential Election is Ripe for Rhetorical Studies

By Tom McLaughlin For students of rhetoric, this year’s presidential election is a “bumper crop” of rhetorical strategies and devices, posits Bill FitzGerald, an associate professor of English at Rutgers University–Camden. “The candidates present a study in contrast the like of which we haven’t seen in many, many years,” says FitzGerald, an expert in rhetorical […]

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Journal Publishes Student Essay

Journal Publishes Student Essay

The journal Young Scholars in Writing: Undergraduate Research in Writing and Rhetoric is publishing Rutgers-Camden major Natalie Midiri’s article on rhetoric. In her article “The Stylistic Effects of Human Rights Rhetoric: An Analysis of U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s 2011 LGBT Human Rights Speech,” Midiri analyzes the historic international gay rights speech Clinton delivered […]

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