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Rhetorical Visions : Reading and Writing in a Visual Culture

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1st
ISBN13:

9780131773455

ISBN10:
0131773453
Format:
Paperback
Pub. Date:
11/14/2006
Publisher(s):
Longman

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Summary

Rhetorical Visionsis the visual reader with the most support for analytical writing. This thematic, visual reader uses rhetoric as the frame for investigating the verbal and visual texts of our culture. Rhetorical Visions is designed to help tap into the considerable rhetorical awareness that students already possess, in order to to help them put their insights into words in well-crafted academic papers and projects. In order to exercise their analytical reading and writing skills,Rhetorical Visionsprovides occasions for students to explore and apply key rhetorical concepts such as narrative, description, interpretation, genre, context, rhetorical appeals (ethos, logos, pathos), and memory to the analysis of print and non-print texts.

Table of Contents

GENDER AND SEXUALITY
``Photograph of My Parents''
75(4)
Maxine Hong Kingston
``In Our Glory: Photography and Black Life''
79(15)
bell hooks
``Remembrance''
94(8)
Annette Kuhn
``No Snapshots in the Attic: A Granddaughter's Search for a Cherokee Past''
102(26)
Connie May Fowler
``Reframing the Human Family Romance''
128(103)
Marianne Hirsch
``The Kind of People Who Make Good Americans'''
231(148)
Wendy Kozol
``The Globetrotting Sneaker''
379(48)
Cynthia Enloe
``Maid to Order''
427(134)
Barbara Ehrenreich
On Barbie
``Butter Maiden and Maize Girl Survive Death Leap''
444(1)
Heid E. Erdrich
``Her Pocahontas''
445(2)
Susan Deer Cloud
``Oriental Barbie''
447(1)
Denise Duhamel
``Buddhist Barbie''
447(1)
``Barbie Does Yom Kippur''
448
Rabbi Susan Schnur
Sweatshop Poems
``Manifest Destiny''
423(1)
Denise Duhamel
``Shirt''
423(2)
Robert Pinsky
``Catalogue Army''
425(136)
Naomi Shihab Nye
``Photographs from S-21''
561
Catherine Filloux
``Where Do You Want to Go Today? Cybernetic Tourism, the Internet, and Transnationality''
346
Lisa Nakamura
IDENTITY
``Photograph of My Parents''
75(4)
Maxine Hong Kingston
``In Our Glory: Photography and Black Life''
79(9)
bell hooks
``The Visible Cripple (Scars and Other Disfiguring Displays Included)''
88(6)
Mark Jeffreys
``Remembrance''
94(8)
Annette Kuhn
``No Snapshots in the Attic: A Granddaughter's Search for a Cherokee Past''
102(7)
Connie May Fowler
``La Familia''
109(11)
Dorothy
Thomas Hoobler
``The Portrait''
120(8)
Tomas Rivera
``Reframing the Human Family Romance''
128(25)
Marianne Hirsch
``Looking at Them Asleep'' and ``I Go Back to May 1937''
153(78)
Sharon Olds
``The Kind of People Who Make Good Americans'''
231(60)
Wendy Kozol
Travel Poems
``Questions of Travel''
287(2)
Elizabeth Bishop
from ``An Atlas of the Difficult World''
289(2)
Adrienne Rich
``The Photograph as an Intersection of Gazes''
291(23)
Catherine Lutz
Jane Collins
``Walking with the Kurds''
314(11)
John Hockenberry
``A Small Place''
325(7)
Jamaica Kincaid
``Tourist, Stay Home''
332(5)
Haunani-Kay Trask
``Los Intersticios: Recasting Moving Selves''
337(4)
Evelyn Alsultany
``The Fourth of July''
341(5)
Audre Lorde
``Where Do You Want to Go Today? Cybernetic Tourism, the Internet, and Transnationality''
346(215)
Lisa Nakamura
``Photographs from S-21''
561
Catherine Filloux
FAMILY
``Photograph of My Parents''
75(4)
Maxine Hong Kingston
``In Our Glory: Photography and Black Life''
79(9)
bell hooks
``The Visible Cripple (Scars and Other Disfiguring Displays Included)''
88(6)
Mark Jeffreys
``Remembrance''
94(8)
Annette Kuhn
``No Snapshots in the Attic: A Granddaughter's Search for a Cherokee Past''
102(7)
Connie May Fowler
``La Familia''
109(11)
Dorothy
Thomas Hoobler
``The Portrait''
120(4)
Tomas Rivera
Images: from ``Written in Memory: Portraits of the Holocaust''
124(4)
Jeffrey Wolin
``Reframing the Human Family Romance''
128(25)
Marianne Hirsch
``Looking at Them Asleep'' and ``I Go Back to May 1937''
153(188)
Sharon Olds
``The Fourth of July''
341(220)
Audre Lorde
``Photographs from S-21''
561
Catherine Filloux
``The Kind of People Who Make Good Americans'''
231(94)
Wendy Kozol
``A Small Place''
325(32)
Jamaica Kincaid
``It's a Small World After All''
357
Jane Kuenz
``The Rusted Iron Curtain''
260(223)
Robert Kaplan
HUMAN RIGHTS AND SOCIAL JUSTICE
``The Stories We Tell: Television and Humanitarian Aid''
483(11)
Michael Ignatieff
``Conveying Atrocity in Image''
494(11)
Barbie Zelizer
``The Tradition: Fact and Fiction''
505(25)
Robert Coles
``Moore's Lore Re-evaluates U.S. Gun Culture''
530(3)
Paul Fischer
``Dream Museum: Blindness, Language and Visual Art''
533(10)
Georgina Kleege
``The Politics of Staring: Visual Rhetorics of Disability in Popular Photography''
543(18)
Rosemarie Garland-Thomson
``Photographs from S-21''
561
Catherine Filloux
``Slave Site for a Symbol of Freedom''
182(197)
Dinitia Smith
Sweatshop Poems
``Manifest Destiny''
423(1)
Denise Duhamel
``Shirt''
423(2)
Robert Pinsky
``Catalogue Army''
425
Naomi Shihab Nye
``The Globetrotting Sneaker''
379
Cynthia Enloe
Travel Poems
``Questions of Travel''
287(2)
Elizabeth Bishop
from ``An Atlas of the Difficult World''
289(2)
Adrienne Rich
``The Photograph as an Intersection of Gazes''
291(23)
Catherine Lutz
Jane Collins
Images: Travel to India
311(3)
``Walking with the Kurds''
314(11)
John Hockenberry
``A Small Place''
325(7)
Jamaica Kincaid
``Tourist, Stay Home''
332(5)
Haunani-Kay Trask
``Los Intersticios: Recasting Moving Selves''
337(4)
Evelyn Alsultany
``The Fourth of July''
341(5)
Audre Lorde
Image: Lilo and Stitch
345(1)
``Where Do You Want to Go Today? Cybernetic Tourism, the Internet, and Transnationality''
346
Lisa Nakamura
POPULAR CULTURE
``The Kind of People Who Make Good Americans'''
231(312)
Wendy Kozol
``The Politics of Staring: Visual Rhetorics of Disability in Popular Photography''
543
Rosemarie Garland-Thomson
On Barbie
``Butter Maiden and Maize Girl Survive Death Leap''
444(1)
Heid E. Erdrich
``Her Pocahontas''
445(2)
Susan Deer Cloud
``Oriental Barbie''
447(1)
Denise Duhamel
``Buddhist Barbie''
447(1)
``Barbie Does Yom Kippur''
448
Rabbi Susan Schnur
Sweatshop Poems
``Manifest Destiny''
423(1)
Denise Duhamel
``Shirt''
423(2)
Robert Pinsky
``Catalogue Army''
425(80)
Naomi Shihab Nye
``The Tradition: Fact and Fiction''
505
Robert Coles
``The Image as Memorial''
186(160)
Marita Sturken
``Where Do You Want to Go Today? Cybernetic Tourism, the Internet, and Transnationality''
346(11)
Lisa Nakamura
``It's a Small World After All''
357(96)
Jane Kuenz
``'OM' Hinduism in American Pop Culture: Global Strategy or Sacrilegious Mistake''
453
Sarala Nagala
BUSINESS AND LABOR POLITICS
``The Globetrotting Sneaker''
379(48)
Cynthia Enloe
``Maid to Order''
427
Barbara Ehrenreich
Images: Adbusters
387(3)
``An Appeal to Walt Disney''
390(12)
Charles Kernaghan
``Coca-Cola and Coco Frio''
402(5)
Martin Espada
Letters: Espada/The Nike Corporation
403(4)
``Student Activists Versus the Corporate University''
407(34)
Liza Featherstone
Images: Child Labor
415(8)
Sweatshop Poems
``Manifest Destiny''
423(1)
Denise Duhamel
``Shirt''
423(2)
Robert Pinsky
``Catalogue Army''
425(16)
Naomi Shihab Nye
``New York City, 1989''
441(12)
Pam Spaulding
On Barbie
``Butter Maiden and Maize Girl Survive Death Leap''
444(1)
Heid E. Erdrich
``Her Pocahontas''
445(2)
Susan Deer Cloud
``Oriental Barbie''
447(1)
Denise Duhamel
``Buddhist Barbie''
447(1)
``Barbie Does Yom Kippur''
448(5)
Rabbi Susan Schnur
``'OM' Hinduism in American Pop Culture: Global Strategy or Sacrilegious Mistake''
453
Sarah Nagala
DISABILITY
``The Visible Cripple (Scars and Other Disfiguring Displays Included)''
88(226)
Mark Jeffreys
``Walking with the Kurds''
314(219)
John Hockenberry
``Dream Museum: Blindness, Language and Visual Art''
533(10)
Georgina Kleege
``The Politics of Staring: Visual Rhetorics of Disability in Popular Photography''
543
Rosemarie Garland-Thomson
Four Images from the FDR Archives
224
ETHNICITY AND RACE
``Photograph of My Parents''
75(4)
Maxine Hong Kingston
``In Our Glory: Photography and Black Life''
79(23)
bell hooks
``No Snapshots in the Attic: A Granddaughter's Search for a Cherokee Past''
102(18)
Connie May Fowler
``The Portrait''
120(4)
Tomas Rivera
Images: from ``Written in Memory: Portraits of the Holocaust''
124(58)
Jeffrey Wolin
``Slave Site for a Symbol of Freedom''
182(109)
Dinitia Smith
``The Photograph as an Intersection of Gazes''
291(88)
Catherine Lutz
Jane Collins
``The Globetrotting Sneaker''
379
Cynthia Enloe
``Walking with the Kurds''
314(32)
John Hockenberry
``Where Do You Want to Go Today? Cybernetic Tourism, the Internet, and Transnationality''
346
Lisa Nakamura
``The Fourth of July''
341
Audre Lorde
``Champion of the World''
266(66)
Maya Angelou
``Tourist, Stay Home''
332(5)
Haunani-Kay Trask
``Los Intersticios: Recasting Moving Selves''
337
Evelyn Alsultany
``The Rusted Iron Curtain''
260
Robert Kaplan
``Child of the Americas''
258(240)
Aurora Levins Morales
``Conveying Atrocity in Image''
498
Barbie Zelizer
INTERNATIONAL ISSUES
Travel Poems
``Questions of Travel''
287(2)
Elizabeth Bishop
from ``An Atlas of the Difficult World''
289(2)
Adrienne Rich
``The Photograph as an Intersection of Gazes''
291(23)
Catherine Lutz
Jane Collins
Images: Travel to India
311(3)
``Walking with the Kurds''
314(11)
John Hockenberry
``A Small Place''
325(7)
Jamaica Kincaid
``Tourist, Stay Home''
332(5)
Haunani-Kay Trask
``Los Intersticios: Recasting Moving Selves''
337(4)
Evelyn Alsultany
``The Fourth of July''
341(5)
Audre Lorde
Image: Lilo and Stitch
345(1)
``Where Do You Want to Go Today? Cybernetic Tourism, the Internet, and Transnationality''
346(11)
Lisa Nakamura
``It's a Small World After All''
357(22)
Jane Kuenz
Sweatshop Poems
``Manifest Destiny''
423(1)
Denise Duhamel
``Shirt''
423(2)
Robert Pinsky
``Catalogue Army''
425
Naomi Shihab Nye
``The Globetrotting Sneaker''
379(48)
Cynthia Enloe
``Maid to Order''
427(56)
Barbara Ehrenreich
``The Stories We Tell: Television and Humanitarian Aid''
483(11)
Michael Ignatieff
``Conveying Atrocity in Image''
494(39)
Barbie Zelizer
``Dream Museum: Blindness, Language and Visual Art''
533(10)
Georgina Kleege
``The Politics of Staring: Visual Rhetorics of Disability in Popular Photography''
543(18)
Rosemarie Garland-Thomson
``Photographs from S-21''
561
Catherine Filloux
NATURE AND ENVIRONMENT
``A Small Place''
325(7)
Jamaica Kincaid
``Tourist, Stay Home''
332
Haunani-Kay Trask
``Walking with the Kurds''
314
John Hockenberry
Travel Poems
``Questions of Travel''
287(2)
Elizabeth Bishop
from ``An Atlas of the Difficult World''
289
Adrienne Rich
TRAUMA, WITNESSING, AND REPRESENTATION
``The Image as Memorial''
186(15)
Marita Sturken
``Lost in the Field of Vision: Witnessing September 11''
201(113)
Diana Taylor
``Walking with the Kurds''
314(169)
John Hockenberry
``The Stories We Tell: Television and Humanitarian Aid''
483(11)
Michael Ignatieff
``Conveying Atrocity in Image''
494(11)
Barbie Zelizer
``The Tradition: Fact and Fiction''
505(25)
Robert Coles
``Moore's Lore Re-evaluates U.S. Gun Culture''
530(3)
Paul Fischer
``Dream Museum: Blindness, Language and Visual Art''
533(10)
Georgina Kleege
``The Politics of Staring: Visual Rhetorics of Disability in Popular Photography''
543(18)
Rosemarie Garland-Thomson
``Photographs from S-21''
561
Catherine Filloux
LITERATURE (FICTION, POETRY, DRAMA)
``A Small Place''
325
Jamaica Kincaid
Travel Poems
``Questions of Travel''
287(2)
Elizabeth Bishop
from ``An Atlas of the Difficult World''
289
Adrienne Rich
``Looking at Them Asleep'' and ``I Go Back to May 1937''
153(408)
Sharon Olds
Sweatshop Poems
``Manifest Destiny''
423(1)
Denise Duhamel
``Shirt''
423(2)
Robert Pinsky
``Catalogue Army''
425(19)
Naomi Shihab Nye
On Barbie
``Butter Maiden and Maize Girl Survive Death Leap''
444(1)
Heid E. Erdrich
``Her Pocahontas''
445(2)
Susan Deer Cloud
``Oriental Barbie''
447(1)
Denise Duhamel
``Buddhist Barbie''
447(1)
``Barbie Does Yom Kippur''
448(113)
Rabbi Susan Schnur
``Photographs from S-21''
561
Catherine Filloux


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