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CAS 597 - Rhetoric, Revolution and Revolt

Professor: Stephen H. Browne
Office: 212 Sparks
Phone: (814) 865-1028

Explorations in the language of revolution and revolt in the modern age. Emphasis on the history, theory, and analysis of social unrest from the 18th-century Atlantic to contemporary uprisings. Weekly short papers, extensive reading, and article length essay.

Course Objectives

  • Enrich your historical literacy in the traditions of revolution
  • Expand your theoretical grounds
  • Engage your critical and interpretive skills