Rare Collections, Visual Collaborations
While photography is, universally and artistically, considered an expression of the photographer’s personality and perspective, in education, it’s an effective teaching tool.
December 8, 2018
‘Storifying’ the Remedial Undergraduate Student Experience: How One Class Inspired an Information Literacy Research Agenda
My dream was to be a music journalist who traveled the world meeting my music idols and write for a world-renowned music magazine like Mojo or Rolling Stone.
May 1, 2015
Engaging Ideas: The Professor’s Guide to Integrating Writing, Critical Thinking and Active Learning in the Classroom
In this second edition of Engaging Ideas, John Bean showcases a growing body of scholarship that brings attention to how students’ writing in different disciplines has driven current research.
Metaphors for Turkey Book Review
In 2006, the Nobel Prize in Literature was awarded to Turkish writer, Orhan Pamuk.
Just listen: Examining the Importance of Aurality in our Multimodal Thinking
The continual development of new technologies and media platforms has reinforced the opportunities to produce, publish and broadcast content in new ways.
Tracey Bowen, Joan Vinall-Cox
Letter from the Editor
In this issue of Rhetoric Today we celebrate the growing trend of bookstores cropping up all over Cairo.