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MLK Memorial Trip

Art of the Argument class trip, Spring 2013.
by Elizabeth Hansen on 26 April 2013

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Transcript of MLK Memorial Trip

MLK Memorial Trip WR320: Art of the Argument Spring 2013 This year, the Humanities Symposium text, "Letter from Birmingham Jail," was studied by students in Dr. Zimmerelli's Art of the Argument course. To better understanding of the usefulness of rhetorical strategies, students examined some of the stylistic techniques and appeals utilized by Dr. King. To celebrate a semester of hard work, the class, along with Professor Lisa Zimmerelli and Professor Terre Ryan, took a trip to our nation's capital, Washington D.C., to visit the newly erected Martin Luther King, Jr. memorial. A collection of inspiring quotes were displayed for visitors to view and reflect upon. Some of our favorites . . . The class also had the opportunity to visit some of the other monuments while in D.C. Vietnam Veterans Memorial For Lunch, the class headed over to to the Mitsitam Cafe at the National Museum of the America Indian. Finally, the class spent some time downtown touring the Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden where they were able to view the feature Black Box film, Democracia. Lincoln Memorial
Reflecting Pool Korean War Veterans Memorial Thanks to Anthony Hopkins for many of the photographs included, and to Elizabeth Hansen for putting together this prezi! And of course, thank you to Dr. Zimmerelli, the Loyola Writing Department, and the Education for Life Committee for a great opportunity!
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