Religious Rhetoric at University of Dayton
Cole Joseph Abell, Aidan Scott Andra, Joseph Glynn Beischel, Maddalena L. Boyer, Katherine G. Brothers, Alyssa Marie Cacini, William J. Clark, Matthew Jeffrey Coath, Claire Elyse Constantino, Marissa A. Coon, Kyle Thomas Cullen, Catherine Maryann Doyle, Ella M. Doyle, Calli Marie Fenik, Shane Fitzpatrick, Liza beth Florczak, Kevin james Formato, John Gerard Francis, Grace K. Fuller, Samuel Paul Gootee, Thanh H. Ha, Michael J. Harmening, Sarah Jane Harper, Emma Nicole Harry, Elizabeth Bernadette Harvey, Peder W. Harvey, Kathryn Mary Hehn, James Treat Huff, Daniel P. Hughes, Kyra Leigh Hughes, George Arthur Icart, Charles Cooper Jones, Grace Marie Kennedy, Kieran M. Kilbride, Bryan Dolan Kingsley, Michael Fitzsimons Largay, Jack Thomas Lisle, Clare Margaret Loesch, Maeve Fitzsimmons Madden, Lee Henry Magoto, Claire B. Mahoney, Mark Liam Mahoney, Brandon Thomas Hadley Manz, Grace Ann McGinley, Luke Collin Meissner, Andrew Charles Moyer, Madeline Nagy, Brian Patrick O'Neill, Zinaejah D. Ozier, Daniel J. Peters, Carson A. Rhoades, Colin P. Riordan, Karly J. Ruzicka, Samuel Anthony Schadek, Collin Timothy Schmid, Audrey Michelle Smith, Peter Spesia, Morgan K. Steinkamp, Katherine Marie Sullivan, Paige Elizabeth Wavrek, Isabelle C. Wolford, Erin F. Zielsdorf
Students from CMM 357 Religious Rhetoric will present their rhetorical analyses of religious images on campus, both those that currently exist and some that they propose to be added to our landscape. Projects include:
- Proposal for a Campus Mural: "This Is Dayton"
- W.S. McIntosh: His Legacy at the University of Dayton
- Chaminade Culture at UD and Symbolic Convergence Theory
- Serenity Pines and Burke’s Pentad
- The Dome: A Semiotic Analysis
- Artistic Depictions of Chaminade
- The Evolving Thought and Vision of Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
- Applying Burke’s Pentad to Serenity Pines
- Crosses on Campus
- The Three O'Clock Prayer
- A Rhetorical Analysis of “Give Us This Day our Daily Quest” Using Burke’s Pentad
- Mary Across Campus
- Analysis of “St. Joseph Trusting in Dreams” Using Symbolic Convergence Theory
- Omega Point Through a Semiotic Lens
Cassandra L. Secrease
Primary Advisor's Department
Stander Symposium project, College of Arts and Sciences
United Nations Sustainable Development Goals
Peace, Justice, and Strong Institutions
"Religious Rhetoric at University of Dayton" (2022). Stander Symposium Projects. 2461.