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COMS 202 - Rhetoric and the Public Sphere (4)

This course focuses on the history and theory of rhetoric as an art central to public life, exploring the ways that language affects how we construct knowledge, create communities, delimit social space, promote our collective interests, and critique the laws and norms that bind us together. Offered every semester. Prerequisite: Core A2; Co-requisite RHET 250 or RHET 295 (see instructor for permission).