This essay is similar to other seminar essays you may have completed in the past. You will compose a 10-20 page essay that wrestles with the theoretical ideas we have been exploring in class. Unlike a traditional literature course, your application of theory can emerge from an analysis of any textual artifact/rhetorical event—you are not limited to a piece of literature (although you should certainly feel free to examine a piece of literature). Rather, focus your attention on an artifact/event that piques your interest and then attempt to understand its significance via the rhetorical theories/ideas that have stirred your curiosity. Your work will be evaluated on the clarity of your argument and your ability to apply theoretical concepts in a germane fashion to relevant case studies.
• The final essay needs to be 10-20 pages in length (not including works cited page).
• Your essay should seek to utilize 1 or 2 central theorists—this will represent your methodology or “theoretical framework.” This framework serves as the tool or lens through which you will view the object of your analysis. Theoretical lenses help us stay focused by giving us parameters.
• In order to critique, extend, or augment these theories you should select a clear and significant “case-study”—an artifact/event—upon which you can demonstrate the significance and/or limitations of the theory you choose to analyze.
• To strengthen your argument, you should engage with other theorists, either from the class readings, or from your own research. This is to say, a successful essay will exhibit substantial, focused research. There is no specific number of sources required; rather, you select and use the number that allows you to present the most cogent and effective argument.
• Finally, your essay will need to make the case that the ideas you explore are important both to the study of rhetoric and to the human project in some way. That is to say, if you choose to discuss a rhetorical event with which few are familiar then please explain to the reader why it is significant, or how it might point us to other issues that many feel are significant.
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