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The Journal of Multimodal Rhetorics

ISSN: 2472-7318

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Inside this Issue

JOMR Vol. 6, No. 1 

Spring 2022

Writings on the Wall"Writings on the Wall" by photographymontreal is marked with Public Domain Mark 1.0.        

  

Discussions

The Geopolitics of White Supremacy: A Case Study of Monuments and Monumental Rhetoric,” by Alexander Slotkin

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Images for Inventing and Images to Deliver: Using Visual Rhetoric in Composing Practices,” by Shreelina Ghosh and Kaustav Mukherjee

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Tracing Turns: Affect in FYW ,” by Luke Shackelford

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'Some Day a Real Rain Will Come' – Apocalypse, White Supremacy, and The Cinema of Reckoning,” by Jim Creel

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Article Cluster

Teaching Methodology and Methods through Rhetoric and Social Media,” by Laura Gonzales

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An Intersectional Feminist Reading of Social Media Conversations about the Duke and Duchess of Sussex,” by Noreen Khan-Qamar

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The Social Media Movement #PublishingPaidMe,” by Savannah E. Baggett

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Greta Thunberg in Social Media: A Representation of the Racial Disparity in Environmentalism,” by Malori Malone

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Reviews

Rev. of Alex C. Parrish’s The Sensory Modes of Animal Rhetorics: A Hoot in the Light, by Dynestee Fields

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Meet the Authors

 

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This issue was arranged, edited, and published within the traditional territories of the Akokisa and Karankawa peoples.