Connor Riordan DIY Project

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Fort Madison Branch, Fort Madison, Iowa. 1970 Historical Analysis:   The letter is from the NAACP which stands for the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People. The date this letter was… Continue reading

Katie Santangelo Archives Alive Presentation

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Ruben Salazar Presentation

The Death of Ruben Salazar Rhetorical Analysis, Historical Analysis, and Reflection

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Rhetorical Analysis: After the death of Ruben Salazar, Ernest Rodriguez wrote a letter titled “Death of Ruben Salazar”, and addressed it an editor. The editor that this letter is being written to is… Continue reading

Archives Alive!-LULAC Glances

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  Rhetorical Analysis Heinrichs says that to have an agreeable ethos, you must match the audience’s expectations for a leader’s tone, appearance and manners. In other words, your audience will only find you… Continue reading

Jessica Oliver Archives Alive

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The NAACP newsletter from June 27, 1963 is a historical document that can be found in the University of Iowa’s archives. The newsletter takes place during the Civil Rights Movement and showcases the… Continue reading

The Griffin Files – Analysis and Reflection

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By Taustin Kaste Rhetorical Analysis Heading this document we see the words ‘Office Memorandum” which means that this document will most likely be a directive letter. At the top of this letter one… Continue reading

Maria Ortiz Archives Alive Analysis

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Rhetorical Analysis The author used very powerful pathos when writing an article on Cecile Cooper, a “do-gooder” in Davenport, Iowa. The overall “feel” of the article leaves the reader feeling impressed and inspired… Continue reading

Archives Alive Project Analysis Essay and Reflection

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Rhetoric “Archives alive!” project Melanie (Lanni) Zhao Step 1: Rhetorical Analysis As this is taken from a memoir, the whole thing basically appeals to the readers from the emotional side with the tactic… Continue reading

ARCHIVES ALIVE-

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Introduction Rhetoric involves the use of language to persuade. It is effectively achieved by the choice of words and language styles that one adopts in their writings. It also relates the language to… Continue reading

Danny O’Malley DIY Project

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Fort Madison Branch, Fort Madison, Iowa 1964 Fort Madison Branch Letter Historical Analysis During the 1960s African American’s were discriminated throughout the United States.  African Americans were not allowed to eat in certain… Continue reading