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inter.Virtual.Vitalism.views

Experimental "Interview" on Vitalism, the Virtual, and the History of Rhetoric
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GV Carter

on 4 April 2011

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Transcript of inter.Virtual.Vitalism.views

Inter.Virtual.Vitalism.Views
Victor Vitanza inter 1. views 2. inter.Virtual.Vitalism.views Alex Reid Byron Hawk Victor Vitanza The Two Virtuals: New Media and Composition
A Counter-History of Composition: Towards Methodologies of Complexity "Three Countertheses: or A Critical In(ter)vention into Composition Studies" Audio Editing by Geoffrey V. Carter, SVSU
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