RHET 4270-02 Research and Writing Internship is a capstone course outside the major which offers real-world experience that helps prepare you for the job market. Throughout the course you’ll learn more about your own writing process to help in the transition from academic writing to work-place writing. You will engage in group discussions of writing theory and, during the second half of the semester, you will gain hands-on experience tutoring peers at the Mohamed Taymour Writing and Communication Center.
Feel Powerless in a society or institutions where you are constantly being bombarded by a deluge of messages and images, and you feel controlled by invisible voices, which subtly -- and sometimes not so subtly -- manipulate your thoughts and actions, trapping you in a state of inexplicable paralysis?
Want to know why?
Want to know what you can do about It?
Then join up for the spring semester’s course of Discourse and Power with the Rhetoric and Composition Department’s Richard Byford.
Write a novel! Can you imagine it?
Or a book of poems... Or essays...Or stories that tell of someone traveling to Paris or Rio or Kathmandu.
Imagine your manuscript taking shape in "Imagining the Book" (Rhet 4160), a course that will lead you through the process of starting a long creative work.
Spring 2018, Mondays and Thursdays 2:00-3:15
*For more information, contact Melanie Carter, Waleed P096, firstname.lastname@example.org
Are you an undergraduate student here at AUC?
Are you done with your CORE/RHET 1010 and RHET 1020 courses?
Would you like to register for an upper division course?
Then come to the Department of Rhetoric and Composition's Open Mic event!
Wednesday, November 22, in the Library Garden from 1 to 2 pm!
Please join us for a series of student presentations that explore the Van Leo Letter Collection archived in the Rare Books and Special Collections Library. These presentations represent student scholarly and critical inquiry with letters written to Van Leo during the 1940s (World War II) from correspondents in South Africa. Also, the presentations focus a critical lens on archival collections and the need for the development of an archival literacy curriculum that promotes the use of
The Dialogues in Rhetoric and Composition Creative Writers Brown Bag Series is pleased to feature Mohamed Rabie, author
Join us for our Dialogues in Rhetoric and Composition Professional Development Series Panel Discussion: “The Rhetoric of Diplomacy: Cultural and Political." Keynote Speakers include: Ambassador
Please join the Department of Rhetoric and Composition for its “Creative Writers
Please join the Department of Rhetoric and Composition for its Professional Development Workshop with Sherine Ramzy, who is a Psychological Health Consultant with the Student Disabilities Services Unit at the Office of Student Well-Being. Ramzy’s talk is titled “Building-up Your Learning
In this panel, students will discuss the experiences they have gained while working with the Heterotopias and Civil Society in Architectural Design exhibition, which is currently on display in the AUC Library foyer. Given the increased focus on the need for archival literacy instruction, the students will further discuss how they examined original artifacts such as photographs, maps and brochures to understand how the built environment is communicated through spaces and architecture.