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COMM 4410/6410

Rhetoric and Democracy in the Ancient World
Credit Hours:
3

Examination of the role of rhetoric in the political systems of democratic Athens and republican Rome through readings from ancient speeches and ancient rhetorical theory. It especially considers the relationship between rhetoric and civic engagement and the influence of ancient rhetoric on modern democratic discourse.

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