Category Archive: object-oriented rhetoric

Paul Cret and the Decorum of Objects

Paul Cret and the Decorum of Objects

For this year’s Rhetoric Society of America conference, I organized a panel called “Object-Oriented Rhetoric: The Case of the Benjamin Franklin Bridge.” Scot Barnett and …

 

The Decorum of Objects

The Decorum of Objects

Image credit: “Putney Oscillator” by peff   I’ll be attending the University of South Carolina Conference on Rhetorical Theory in mid-October. This is a unique conference for a couple of …

 

Responsible…Responsive

Responsible…Responsive

Photo Credit: “Doug Engelbart Demo 1968” by mac steve In a graduate seminar I’m teaching, last week’s reading was an exchange between Steve Mailloux and Diane …

 

Spam and the Rhetoric of Objects

Spam and the Rhetoric of Objects

Photo Credit: Screenshot of Daniel Tankersley’s “The Forest” What would an object-oriented rhetoric look like?  This question is being asked by a number of scholars, and …