ERH 201WX - Rhetorical Traditions I
Instructor: MAJ Michelle B. Iten
Location: Online Asynchronous See Details Below
Credit Hours: 3
An introduction to the early history of rhetoric, from the ancient Greeks to the Renaissance. Emphasis is placed on defining rhetoric and the ways in which ethical, religious, political, economic, and cultural beliefs and values shape its traditions, terms, and realms of influence. Cadets cannot take this course if they have already taken WR 230 or WR 230W. Note: Writing Intensive/Civilizations and Cultures. Prerequisite(s): ERH 102 with a minimum grade of C
Remote Summer Session I Delivery Method: Asynchronous
All on Canvas. PPT lectures and readings as pdfs or Microsoft Word documents to download. Daily activities and writing assignments using Microsoft Word and the discussion feature on Canvas. Final exam given during assigned time.
Required text: The History and Theory of Rhetoric: An Introduction, 5th edition, by James A. Herrick (there is a newer edition, the 6th—do NOT get this one).
Final Exam: June 18th 1 - 4 p.m.