Course Description for Rhetoric in the Digital Humanities
Rhetoric in the Digital Humanities
Description: Rhetoric in the Digital Humanities traces the change from "literacy" to what some scholars have called "electracy." As a result, the course is primarily concerned with the corresponding rhetorical issues involved in this change, such as a greater emphasis on the rhetorical canon of "delivery." Students completing this course will not only be able to understand the philosophical underpinnings of new media technologies, but also to utilize new media technologies in the service of literary and cultural analysis.
Repeatability: Course may be repeated for up to six credit hours
Availability: One semester per year