Classical Rhetorical Theory and Practice
200 001 | CCN: 31007
Instructor: Ramona Naddaff
Location: Dwinelle 7415
Date / Time: Tu 3:00pm - 4:59pm
An introduction to the questions around which classical rhetorical theory and practice are organized. Through analysis of materials drawn principally from the Ancient Greek and Roman periods, possibly including later revivals of classical rhetoric, the course will examine the formation of rhetoric in the West as an intellectual stance from which to practice a range of related fields, including but not limited to philosophy, history, literature, politics, religion, law, science, and the arts.