LL&C Colloquium Series -- Controversy, Cinema and Censorship


LL&C Colloquium Series -- Controversy, Cinema and Censorship

Sage 2202


Kendall Phillips (Syracuse University)

The colloquium will be available online via a live video feed.

There will be an informal "Public Memory Gathering" following the colloquium session at 1:45 pm, also in Sage 2202.

Kendall Phillips is Associate Professor and Chair at the Department of Communication and Rhetorical Studies at Syracuse University.

Dr. Phillips' research and teaching interests are in contemporary rhetorical theory and criticism. His work engages broad theoretical questions of advocacy, controversy, dissent, and public memory. He explores these concepts through a variety of rhetorical artifacts including comic books, film, political speeches, and scientific controversies. Dr. Phillips is the author of Testing Controversies: A Rhetoric of Educational Reform, Projected Fears: Horror Films and American Culture, and editor of Framing Public Memory
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