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Reconstructing Oratorical Performance Space in Ancient Greece: Richard Graff, April 22, 2014

Seeing and/the Speaking Spaces of Ancient Greece Richard Graff, Writing Studies & Literacy and Rhetorical Studies, U of M; 2013 IAS Residential Fellow Download as: audio, podcast video, or original. Q&A Download as: audio, podcast video, or original. Prof. Graff’s research constitutes a long-term collaborative and interdisciplinary study of the physical settings of ancient Greek […]

February 26, 2013: Oratorical Performance Space in Ancient Greece: Digital Reconstruction and Interpretive Visualization

Tuesday, February 26, 2013 3:00 – 4:30 pm 125 Walter Library Richard Graff, Writing Studies & Literacy and Rhetorical Studies, University of Minnesota Daniel Keefe, Computer Science and Engineering & Interactive Visualization Lab, University of Minnesota This talk will present findings from a long-term collaborative and interdisciplinary study of the physical settings of ancient Greek […]

The Modern Rhetoric Project: Graduate Symposium in Interdisciplinary Rhetorical Studies Thursday, May 27, 2010

The centerpiece of the Graduate Symposium in Interdisciplinary Rhetorical Studies will be the participation of four distinguished visiting scholars. These scholars will be noted for their interdisciplinary work in rhetoric and chosen by graduate students in Writing Studies, Communication Studies and UMD English. These visiting scholars will engage in productive dialogue with rhetoric faculty from […]

Colloquium on Modern Rhetoric: October 2009

This project follows the work of the original Reconfiguring Rhetorical Studies Collaborative. The Graduate Symposium in Interdisciplinary Rhetorical Studies will be held on Thursday, May 27. Colloquium on Modern Rhetoric October 22-24, 2009 Symposium Schedule Participants We will focus on modern rhetorical theory.  In the 19th century, the university had not yet fragmented into contemporary disciplinary structures.  […]

The Modern Rhetoric Project, 2009-2010

This stage of the research collaborative focused on modern rhetorical theory.  In the 19th century, the university had not yet fragmented into contemporary disciplinary structures.  By 1900, literary studies, psychology and philosophy had differentiated.  By 1920, speech-communication coalesced as its own intellectual field, with composition following soon after.  As a result, the rhetorical tradition, as a […]

“The Rhetorical Tradition Meets the World Wide Web and Contemporary War Images”: A Reconfiguring Rhetorical Studies event, 2/1/08

February 1, 2008IASEvents0

Dr. Richard Graff, Department of Writing Studies, University of Minnesota, Twin Cities, will discus his work in classical and modern rhetorical theory. By using photographs and visual illustrations, Dr. Graff’s presentation will identify a collection of artifacts and archaeological remains from the Greek classical period. A discussion of their significance for the reconstruction of ancient […]