Textual Communities: How do we recognise value in the verbal arts?

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A lecture to consider some of the new approaches to aesthetics that begin to try and deal with the enormous diversity of orature, book art, electronic script, writing and print, with which we currently are faced. The question will then follow of whether they can help us in deciding what kind of textual communities we would like to support and further.

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This event was on Thu, 18 Mar 1999

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Professor Lynette Hunter

Professor of Rhetoric

Lynette Hunter was the Gresham Professor of Rhetoric between 1997 and 2000.

She is currently Professor of the History and Rhetoric of Performance at the...

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