The author examines Black American blogs by conducting a fantasy-theme analysis on blog posts concerning such issues as American history, politics, education and social acceptance. In doing so, the author attempts to understand how divergent language in these blogs is used to construct rhetorical visions that serve to perpetually separate the Black American experience from other experiences shared by all Americans. It explores how such rhetoric can obstruct racial confluence and understanding among all persons sharing in the American experience.
|Presenter:||Jihan Abdurrafi (Undergraduate Student)|
|Time:||1:15 pm (Session III)
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A Day in the Life of Brockport Students
midnight - 11:59 pm
Writers Forum: Calvin Trillin
Brockport Concert Performance of Porgy and Bess
7:30 pm - 9:30 pm