Manning Essay on James Bond Published in Film Matters
September 1, 2014
The essay—"License to Joke: Parody and Camp in and Around the James Bond Series"—was written by Rhetoric and Writing Studies student Craig Manning for his fall 2012 "Parody and Rhetoric" class. Film Matters is a peer-reviewed journal that showcases undergraduate research.
Excellent work, Craig!
Perryman-Clark Co-Edits Collection on SRTOL
The collection gathers views "from influential scholars to provide a foundation for understanding the historical and theoretical context informing the affirmation of all students' right to exist in their own languages."
Gogan's article appears in College Composition and Communication
This article outlines a three-part pedagogy capable of responding to the risks, rewards, and headaches associated with public rhetoric and writing. To demonstrate the purchase of this pedagogy, Gogan revisits one of the oldest and most misunderstood public rhetoric and writing assignments: the letter-to-the-editor assignment.