Graduation Year

2017

Date of Thesis Acceptance

Fall 12-9-2016

Major Department or Program

Rhetoric Studies

Advisor(s)

Heather Hayes

Abstract

This paper explores the organization and mediation achieved by rhetoric as a discipline in its theorization of practices. Under particular consideration are practices of working class organization when confronting neoliberalism and strategizing methods of resistance to capital. The material status of affect and the role of agency in the organization of affects are questions addressed by this paper via a reading of the text The Call anonymously authored by “The Invisible Committee.”

Page Count

34

Subject Headings

Comité invisible -- l'appel -- Political aspects, Materialism -- Study and teaching -- Analysis, Affect (Psychology) -- Themes and motives -- Classification, Immanence (Philosophy) -- History -- Examinations, Whitman College 2017 -- Dissertation collection -- Rhetoric Studies

Permanent URL

http://hdl.handle.net/10349/201702071329

Document Type

Public Accessible Thesis

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Rhetoric Commons

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