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Thursday, October 17 • 10:30am - 12:00pm
Table 07: Profile of a Writer: Archival Research & Rhetorical Analysis

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ENG105 students in groups of 4-5  researched and analyzed an archived writer’s collected works housed at the Kislak Center - Special Collections Library Archives here at the University of Miami.  Groups selected a few artifacts from their assigned archive which they felt represented rhetorical choices of the writer - analyzed these artifacts rhetorically - and presented their evidence using theoretical principles as a frame.  In their analyses, groups gave a clear account of how their chosen artifacts provided proof that the writing was shaped by the writer’s choices and constraints as they “made-meaning” in the context of history, politics, culture, etc. of their time.  Groups delivered their final reports as multi-modal submissions and presentations.

Speakers
avatar for Jay Sylvestre

Jay Sylvestre

Special Collections Librarian, Special Collections, University of Miami Libraries
avatar for Leslie McCutchen

Leslie McCutchen

Lecturer, English Composition, College of Arts and Sciences



Thursday October 17, 2019 10:30am - 12:00pm EDT
Main Ballroom