Readings and Homework for this week:
This week we will continue our discussion of how the ideas, issues and rhetorical discourse that defined America in the Revolutionary Period and through the Abolitionist and the Woman Suffrage Movements, continue to be used in Civil Rights discourse and into contemporary political discourse. Papers will come in on Tuesday.
the review material pages with you
to class on Tuesday and Thursday this week so that we can look at them
together as time permits at the end of each class session.
I'll just plan on collecting questions regularly now until the end of the term to help with classwork point totals.T 9 More Americans Becoming Visible: The Gay Rights Movement Presentation by Emily McKnight [Fisher]
Read: Mary Fisher, "A Whisper of AIDS," 1992, online at: http://gos.sbc.edu/f/fisher.html ; Urvashi Vaid, "Speech At The March On Washington," April 25, 1993 online at http://gos.sbc.edu/w/vaid.htmlR 11 Redefining America During Conflict
Review of Concepts of Rhetoric Discussed on
Overhead on Puritanism
Overheads on the Stamp Act and Townshend Duties
Information on the Outside Speech Assignment for Classwork Points is now Available here
Major Assignment Guidelines and Information:
Guidelines for all written assignments.Additional Support Materials
Details on Paper Assignment 1
Details on Paper Assignment 2
Details on Paper Assignment 3
topic submission form for paper 3
Timeline for the American Revolution
Timeline for the Abolition Movement
Timeline for the Woman Suffrage Movement
Resources for your work this semester.
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