Rhetoric With Aristotle
Third Annual Interactive
July 20-25, 2015
At the Middlebury Centre for Medieval and Renaissance Studies (CMRS)
Prof. James J. Murphy Dr. Nicholas Crowe
PROF. JAMES J. MURPHY University of California, Davis
PROF. MALCOLM HEATH University of Leeds, United Kingdom
PROF. MIKE EDWARDS Roehampton University, London
DR. NICHOLAS J. CROWE Centre for Medieval and Renaissance Studies
PARTICIPANTS LIMITED TO 20
Qualified applicants will be notified as accepted.
Total Fee, including registration, most meals including closing dinner at Keble College, and accommodation in the heart of Oxford, is £650. Total fee payable at time of acceptance.
Applications online only. For information and registration details contact Dr. Bernard Gowers, Senior Tutor: firstname.lastname@example.org
Background: Each Rhetoric Symposium features four “Priming Speakers” whose remarks are analyzed through immediate direct responses, through group discussions, and through ongoing Research Groups culminating in a parliamentary debate to choose a single Proposition embodying the concepts studied.
The first Symposium in 2012 with 20 participants from seven countries discussed “Rhetoric in the Twenty-First Century.” Proceedings are in press with Cambridge Scholars Press. A scheduling problem forced a lull in 2013, but in 2014 there were 17 participants from five continents who took on the subject “Rhetoric in Time and Space.”
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