Speech 35: Rhetorics of Race

There are many ways to study race, however, rhetorical studies of race and racism offer important opportunities for examining its symbolic and social dimensions. This course will examine the relationship between rhetoric and race, exploring various themes and dimensions for understanding race as a discursive concept that so profoundly impacts our society, culture, and public discourse. Throughout the course we will theorize, critique, and apply ways of communicating about race and racialization. No prerequisites. Limited enrollment.

Distributive: SOC

Not offered in the period from 18X through 20S.

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