Ancient rhetorics and digital networks /

"An examination of two seemingly incongruous areas of study: classical models of argumentation and modern modes of digital communication. What can ancient rhetorical theory possibly tell us about the role of new digital media technologies in contemporary public culture? Some central issues we c...

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Other Authors: Pfister, Damien Smith, 1977- (Editor), Kennerly, Michele (Editor)
Format: eBook
Published: Tuscaloosa, Alabama : The University of Alabama Press, [2018]
Series:Rhetoric, culture, and social critique.
Online Access:CONNECT
Table of Contents:
  • On network / Mari Lee Mifsud
  • Imagining Confucian audiences: tactical media and the umbrella movement / Arabella Lyon
  • Big data and global knowledge: a Protagorean analysis of the United Nations' Global Pulse / E. Johanna Hartelius
  • On fear and longing: Gorgias and the phobos and erōs of visual rhetoric / Nathan Crick
  • Impure imaginations: the rhetorical humors of digital virology / Christopher J. Gilbert
  • Isocratean tropos and mediated multiplicity / Rosa A. Eberly and Jeremy David Johnson
  • Plato's Phaedrus and the ideology of immersion / Ekaterina V. Haskins and Gaines S. Hubbell
  • Genre in ancient and networked media / Carolyn R. Miller
  • Poiēsis, genesis, mimēsis: toward a less selfish genealogy of memes / Michele Kennerly and Damien Smith Pfister
  • Remix, śūnyatā, and prosōpopoeia: projecting voice in the digital age / Scott Haden Church
  • The Jaina rhetoric of nonviolence and the culture of online shaming / Scott R. Stroud.