Rhetorical Studies: Cultural Rhetorics (online) Cultural Rhetorics ENGL 4045/7045 Semester Spring Year 2021 Jaquetta Shade-Johnson Tuesday Thursday 2:00-3:15 Course Description Cultural rhetorics is the study and practice of making meaning and knowledge with the belief that all cultures are rhetorical and all rhetorics are cultural. This Studies in Rhetoric course is an introduction to the theories and methods useful in the study and practice(s) of cultural rhetorics. In this course, we will examine and theorize cultural rhetorics through weekly activities and experiences as well as a sustained project throughout the semester. By the end of the course, you should be able to constellate (or, map) relationships between/across/among various intersecting theories, methodologies, disciplines, practices, and questions that comprise scholarship in cultural rhetorics. We will read, write, play, tell stories, and practice the theories and methodologies we discuss.