Dear D & S Friends, We’re pleased to share the details of the April 2021 edition of the Discourse and Semiotics Workshop Series. On Friday, April 16 at 4 p.m. Brandon Harwood will present “Does a Gamer have Buddha Nature: Visual, Narrative, and Procedural Rhetoric in Japanese Video Games.” No registration required. The event will … Continue reading April 16: Dr. Brandon Harwood on “Does a Gamer have Buddha Nature: Visual, Narrative, and Procedural Rhetoric in Japanese Video Games”
Happy it's-almost-Spring, Discourse & Semiotics Friends! One week from today, on Friday, March 19 at 2 p.m., Timothy Johnson, author of Rhetoric, Inc.: Ford’s Filmmaking and the Rise of Corporatism (2020), will lead our next edition of the Discourse & Semiotics Workshop Series. Details follow, including a description of this fascinating “visual overview” and proposal … Continue reading D & S in One Week… Rhetoric, Inc.: Ford’s Filmmaking and the Rise of Corporatism, Workshop by Timothy Johnson
On Friday, March 19, 2021 at 2 p.m. (virtual meeting) Timothy Johnson, Associate Professor of English at the University of Louisville, will be presenting his research as part of the Discourse & Semiotics Workshop Series. Prof. Johnson is author of the recently published Rhetoric, Inc.: Ford’s Filmmaking and the Rise of Corporatism (2020). Further details … Continue reading Up next… Prof. Timothy Johnson on March 19
Hello, Discourse & Semiotics Friends! On Friday, February 19, Thomas Wayne Edison, author of the newly published Ashé-Caribbean Literary Aesthetic in the Cuban, Colombian, Costa Rican, and Panamanian Novel of Resistance (2020) will kickoff the Series for this year. Please know that copies of his book are available for sale at a discount price of … Continue reading February 19: Thomas Wayne Edison on “Ashé Aesthetics in Afro-Hispanophone Resistance Literature”
The Discourse & Semiotics Workshop Series is happy to announce our lineup for the Spring 2021 semester. Presenters will include Profs. Thomas Wayne Edison and Timothy Johnson. Details TBA!