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I would like to begin by thanking Professor Danielle Endres, the Chair of the Department of Communication here at the University of Utah for all of the support that she has provided me over the years. She has constantly encouraged me to work on various critical studies projects. I would also like to thank the College of Humanities for providing me with a year-long sabbatical that made it possible...
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Many rhetoricians,[1]~ ~1. For some of the burgeoning work on the rhetorics of health and medicine, especially in the area of rhetorical and composition studies, see Amy R. Reed,...
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As Stephen Hartnett and Bryan R. Reckard have recently argued, “all claims about nationhood or nationalism amount to productive fictions, imagined communities,” and...
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Description: Communicating During Humanitarian Medical Crises
As Michael Bernard-Donals has recently argued in his study of the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum (USHMM) rhetoric works by “establishing relationships among words, phrases, objects, events, and acts that move speakers, writers,” and others who want to see how particular “sequences” are not just “meaningful, but...
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After World War II, the “classical” model of medical humanitarianism continued to hold sway as Red Cross practices were emulated by many admirers. While the ICRC was still...
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There are certain emotive historical incidents, and key ideological drifts, that have influenced the discursive frames that researchers now use to talk about speaking out during “complex” humanitarian situations, and this particular chapter—with its focus on the 1984-1986 Ethiopian Famine—complements the previous chapter that focused on the “birth” of...
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Medical humanitarians who work for organizations like the World Health Organization (WHO) or Doctors Without Borders constantly have to make judgment calls that walk that fine line...
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In July of 2017 Kathleen Thomas, who had been worked at the Kunduz hospital in Afghanistan that suffered a devastating attack from an American AC-130 attack helicopter, was trying to...
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In the ideal world, perhaps one of the best ways to counter some of the lawfare and warfare of militarists would involve the resurrection of the “International...
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Abd-el-Krim,1 ,...
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Marouf Hasian Jr. is full professor in the Department of Communication at the University of Utah. His dissertation, completed at the University of Georgia in 1993, was on the rhetoric of eugenics. He has published 18 books and more than 150 journal articles and book chapters. Some of his areas of scholarly interest include critical legal rhetoric, humanitarian discourses, critical security...
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