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WRIT 350 A   Rhetoric & Citizenship back to previous pageBack to Results  
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EnrollmentGeneral181710
Total181710

InstructorSolomon, Ryan
MeetsTR120-235, LATH 212
DistributionNone
Core AreaGlobal Engagements

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It is through the language and symbols of citizenship that individuals come to understand themselves as political subjects and engage with others as democratic agents. In this course, students will examine how the meaning of citizenship is shaped and contested through public discourse. In order to do so, students will analyze debates over citizenship, mainly in the context of immigration debates in the US and in other parts of the world. Students will then add their own voice to this debate by composing various texts that help us better understand citizenship and the difficult question of the democratic rights and responsibilities that result from citizenship.


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