Religious Rhetoric of UD
Mary Sabatino, Douglas Villhard, Rachel Young, Julian Berry, Elizabeth Finnigan, Sarah West, Natalie Blue, Jennifer Reckers, Kiley Blatt, Anthony Martine, Kristeena Bright, Phil Leon, Joseph Zern, Anna Gagliardo, Charles Corrigan, Brendan Kadel, Graysen Rizzo, Kacey Moyna, Brendan Miller, Timothy Stewart, Casey Fuller, Caroline Duarte, Casey Tirado, Abigail Carter, Anne Waters, Keelin Kelly, Ethan Schum, Liana Caterine Yara, Christierra Williams, Sarah Abed, Emma Blair
Students in the CMM 357 Religious Rhetoric course were given the choice to choose a statue, building, space/place on campus that is marked as a religious text/artifact or propose a new object of visual rhetoric in order to analyze using the rhetorical theories from class. Thier analyses employ a variety of rhetorical theories and concepts discussed in class during the semester. Each group collaborated to answer the question: how does this artifact/text rhetorically communicate and construct religious identity at UD?
Course Project 202310 CMM 357 01
Primary Advisor's Department
Stander Symposium, College of Arts and Sciences
Institutional Learning Goals
"Religious Rhetoric of UD" (2023). Stander Symposium Projects. 3061.