This paper will consist of a detailed description (not analysis; that comes later) of your chosen artifact and its relevant historical contexts. If you choose to analyze an artifact or several artifacts by a single rhetor, you will want to include a brief biographical section that concisely offers basic, relevant information about their background (e.g., education, “career” as a rhetor, etc.). If you choose to analyze texts produced by a movement or collective, you will need to provide basic background information about the people whom comprise(d) that movement/collective, and their shared beliefs and goals. If you decide to study a group of artifacts that are linked thematically or generically, but which were created by different people, you will need to provide a broader overview about the social, political, and/or cultural situation from which those artifacts arose.
Regardless of the kind of artifact(s) you select, you should include a concise overview of the relevant (to your artifact) political, economic, intellectual, cultural, and/or social contexts that shaped the particular moment in which your artifact emerged. It is important to keep in mind that not all historical details are equally relevant to your particular artifact, so you will need to be selective.
The bulk of your paper will consist of a description of your artifact’s “rhetorical situation.” Use Bitzer’s essay to help guide your thinking here—what were the exigencies to which your artifact(s) was responding? Who was its audience? What constraints did it face?
To complete this assignment, you will:
Identify a rhetorical artifact for analysis
Provide an overview of its rhetorical situation, supported by research into the artifact’s context
Include a copy of the artifact in a format your professor can access (e.g., a link to a website or a separate document).
Include a correctly formatted bibliography with a minimum of 5 reputable sources (no websites). You should use the university library database to find your sources. Other sources (e.g., newspapers, magazines) should only be used sparingly.
Your paper should be 600-900 words
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