US Public Memory Rhetoric and the National Mall

US Public Memory  Rhetoric  and the National Mall

This book explores how prominent sites across the National Mall remember US history, both individually and in concert with other sites throughout the Mall.

Author: Roger C. Aden

Publisher: Lexington Studies in Contemporary Rhetoric

ISBN: 1498563201

Category: Collective memory

Page: 254

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This book explores how prominent sites across the National Mall remember US history, both individually and in concert with other sites throughout the Mall. Collectively, these sites reveal how the nation remembers itself and convey key elements of its collective nature.
Categories: Collective memory

US Public Memory Rhetoric and the National Mall

US Public Memory  Rhetoric  and the National Mall

Title: US public memory, rhetoric, and the National Mall/edited by Roger C. Aden. ... Lexington Books, [2018]|Series: Lexington studies in contemporary rhetoric | Includes bibliographical references and index.

Author: Roger C. Aden

Publisher: Lexington Books

ISBN: 9781498563215

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 254

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This book explores how prominent sites across the National Mall remember US history, both individually and in concert with other sites throughout the Mall. Collectively, these sites reveal how the nation remembers itself and convey key elements of its collective nature.
Categories: Language Arts & Disciplines

A Rhetoric of Ruins

A Rhetoric of Ruins

LEXINGTON STUDIES IN CONTEMPORARY RHETORIC Series Editor: Gary C. Woodward, The College of New Jersey This series ... of the Modern US Soldier: A Rhetorical History By David W. Seitz US Public Memory, Rhetoric, and the National Mall ...

Author: Andrew F. Wood

Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield

ISBN: 9781793611529

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 219

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A Rhetoric of Ruins combines conceptual and theoretical frameworks to explore ghost towns, disaster sites, and environmental badlands as remnants of modernity. Methods of analysis include Jeremiadic, hauntological, psychogeographic, and heterotopian ways of reading U.S. and international sites.
Categories: Language Arts & Disciplines

Rhetorics Haunting the National Mall

Rhetorics Haunting the National Mall

Lexington. Studies. in. Contemporary. Rhetoric. Series Editor: Gary C. Woodward, The College of New Jersey This ... Birth of the Modern US Soldier: A Rhetorical History By David W. Seitz US Public Memory, Rhetoric, and the National Mall ...

Author: Roger C. Aden

Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield

ISBN: 9781498563246

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 244

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This book explores how ephemeral and displaced public memories continue to linger and circulate around the National Mall in Washington, DC. Chapters examine unrecognized historical events on the Mall, selective interpretations of the past within the Mall’s sites, and places of public memory hiding in plain sight.
Categories: Language Arts & Disciplines

Rethinking Communication in Social Business

Rethinking Communication in Social Business

LEXINGTON STUDIES IN CONTEMPORARY RHETORIC Series Editor: Gary C. Woodward, The College of New Jersey This series ... of the Modern US Soldier: A Rhetorical History By David W. Seitz US Public Memory, Rhetoric, and the National Mall ...

Author: Craig E. Mattson

Publisher: Lexington Books

ISBN: 9781498555913

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 210

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This book argues that social business, in order to sustain its vital distinctiveness in democratic societies, must shift from an informative to a performative model of communication, especially regarding organizational storytelling, awareness-raising, and social problem-solving.
Categories: Language Arts & Disciplines

Rhetoric of the Opioid Epidemic

Rhetoric of the Opioid Epidemic

Lexington. Studies. in. Contemporary. Rhetoric. Series Editor: Gary C. Woodward, The College of New Jersey This ... Birth of the Modern US Soldier: A Rhetorical History by David W. Seitz US Public Memory, Rhetoric, and the National Mall ...

Author: Tiara K. Good

Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield

ISBN: 9781793626202

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 151

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Rhetoric of the Opioid Epidemic argues that the opioid epidemic is a public health issue. By analyzing case studies from popular culture and governmental responses, Tiara Good demonstrates that the power of naming it an epidemic, rather than a drug or crime issue, reduces counterproductive stigma and assists in reshaping public perspectives.
Categories: Language Arts & Disciplines

Rhetoric and Governance Under Trump

Rhetoric and Governance Under Trump

Lexington. Studies. in. Contemporary. Rhetoric. Series Editor: Gary C. Woodward, The College of New Jersey This ... Birth of the Modern US Soldier: A Rhetorical History By David W. Seitz US Public Memory, Rhetoric, and the National Mall ...

Author: Bernd Kaussler

Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield

ISBN: 9781498594844

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 360

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This book analyzes the rhetoric of Donald Trump to argue that Trump embraces conflicting populist and Republican values, and as a result has relied on populist and polarizing rhetoric, along with fabricated crises, to reconcile these combating ideals and uphold his image of an “anti-status quo politician.”
Categories: Language Arts & Disciplines

World War I Mass Death and the Birth of the Modern US Soldier

World War I  Mass Death  and the Birth of the Modern US Soldier

Lexington. Studies. in. Contemporary. Rhetoric. Series Editor: Gary C. Woodward, The College of New Jersey This ... Birth of the Modern US Soldier: A Rhetorical History By David W. Seitz US Public Memory, Rhetoric, and the National Mall ...

Author: David W. Seitz

Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield

ISBN: 9781498546881

Category: History

Page: 342

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A study in war rhetoric, material rhetoric, and public memory, this book explains how the aftermath of the American World War I experience led to the rhetorical production of the long-lasting and familiar icon of the modern US soldier as a virtuous, self-sacrificial, “global force for good.”
Categories: History

The Corruption of Ethos in Fortress America

The Corruption of Ethos in Fortress America

Lexington. Studies. in. Contemporary. Rhetoric. Series Editor: Gary C. Woodward, The College of New Jersey This ... of the Modern U.S. Soldier: A Rhetorical History By David W. Seitz U.S. Public Memory, Rhetoric, and the National Mall ...

Author: Christopher Carter

Publisher: Lexington Books

ISBN: 9781498590471

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 227

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The Corruption of Ethos in Fortress America: Billionaires, Bureaucrats, and Body Slams argues that authoritarian strains of U.S. governance violate the idea of ethos in its ancient, collectivist sense. Christopher Carter posits that this corrupts the cultural “dwelling place” through public relations strategies, policies on race and immigration, and a general disregard for environmental concerns. Donald Trump’s presidency provides a signal instance of the problem, refashioning the dwelling place as a fortress while promoting sweeping forms of exclusion and appealing to power for power’s sake. Carter’s analysis shows that, emboldened by the purported flexibility of truth, Trump’s authoritarian rhetoric underwrites unrestrained policing, militarized borders, populist nationalism, and relentless assaults on investigative journalism. These trends bode ill for human rights and critical education as well as progressive social movements and the forms of life they entail. Worse yet, the corruption of ethos threatens life in general by privileging corporate prerogatives over ecological attunement. In response to those tendencies, Carter highlights modes of activism that merge antiracist and labor rhetoric to offer a more fluid, unpredictably emergent vision of social space, allying with ecofeminism in ways that make that vision durable. Scholars of rhetoric, political science, history, ecology, race studies, and American studies will find this book particularly useful.
Categories: Language Arts & Disciplines

Remembering Histories of Trauma

Remembering Histories of Trauma

“ Different Trains: Holocaust Artifacts and the Ideologies of Remembrance, ” Holocaust and Genocide Studies 19 , no. ... US Public Memory, Rhetoric, and the National Mall ( New York : Lexington Books , 2018 ), 135–55 .

Author: Gideon Mailer

Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing

ISBN: 9781350240650

Category: Political Science

Page: 304

View: 743

Remembering Histories of Trauma compares and links Native American, First Nation and Jewish histories of traumatic memory. Using source material from both sides of the Atlantic, it examines the differences between ancestral experiences of genocide and the representation of those histories in public sites in the United States, Canada and Europe. Challenging the ways public bodies have used those histories to frame the cultural and political identity of regions, states, and nations, it considers the effects of those representations on internal group memory, external public memory and cultural assimilation. Offering new ways to understand the Native-Jewish encounter by highlighting shared critiques of public historical representation, Mailer seeks to transcend historical tensions between Native American studies and Holocaust studies. In linking and comparing European and American contexts of historical trauma and their representation in public memory, this book brings Native American studies, Jewish studies, early American history, Holocaust studies, and museum studies into conversation with each other. In revealing similarities in the public representation of Indigenous genocide and the Holocaust it offers common ground for Jewish and Indigenous histories, and provides a new framework to better understand the divergence between traumatic histories and the ways they are memorialized.
Categories: Political Science