I wrote this. It won an award. Ergo, you should read it.
For anyone interested, some brief info and a link to the course syllabus for the class I'll be teaching at TCU in the spring of 2014: "The #epicfail as Argument."
If Kenneth Burke was such good friends with William Carlos Williams, and if WCW thought so highly of his poetic protege Louis Zukofsky, then why did Burke consider some of Zukofsky's lines "absolutely hideous"?
After having my first review published, some brief thoughts on the collaborative writing process, shifting notions of "audience" for young academics, and the production of "meticulous, responsible" scholarship.
3-for-3, Episode 1.3: Midcentury America Seen Through the Camera's Eye; Racing to the Top with All of Our Very Serious Friends; I'M ON A BOAT!
Rhetorical hermeneutics argues that any explanatory attempt must embed the act of interpretation first in its most relevant critical debates (and there may be several); then the act and its participation in ongoing arguments must be situated in the rhetorical traditions within relevant institutional discourses; and then the interpretive act, its arguments, and its framing … Continue reading Rhetorical Hermeneutics . . . For the Win?