Sunday, May 24, 2009
Pub: HARLOT: A REVEALING LOOK AT THE ARTS OF PERSUASION 2 (2009).
Harlot invites a variety of submissions and interactions from thinkers from both within and without the university. We encourage teachers to use this space in any variety of courses that deal with culture, communication, or persuasion, and we invite and value student submissions. We're also seeking to expand our editorial and technology teams to better meet our goal of mixing academics and non-academics in conversations surrounding rhetoric in everyday life. Our current openings are listed and described on the Harlot site, and we hope you'll consider applying or forwarding this call to whoever may be interested. As always, new reviewers are welcome on an ongoing basis. Contents: From the Editors: "Harlot's Progress" "Comic Fans and Convergence Culture: Community of Readers in The Master of Kung Fu" -- David E. Beard, Kate Vo Thi-Beard "Who Are You What Are You Why?" -- Christopher Higgs, Caitlin Newcomer "Toward Death and Violence Rhetorical and Creative Potential; a Reader's Text" -- Giovana Driussi Presidential Rhetoric: "Some Change" -- John Oddo "Speaking in Translation: Obama's Interview with Al Arabiya" -- John C Landreau "The Annotated Obama Poster" -- Ben McCorkle "I, Barack Hussein Obama: Virtual Crowds and Participatory Politics in the 2009 Inauguration" -- Elizabeth Losh For further information, visit www.HarlotoftheArts.org or email firstname.lastname@example.org.