Eddie Glenn is a doctoral student at the University of Kansas.

(See my biography page for more information).


Publications:
Observe and Learn: Liberating Imitation through and from Science

Though imitation was once a primary pedagogical method in rhetoric education, by the 19th century, it was not. Modern scientific research, however, suggests it should be once again.

Article: Print

$US10.00

Article: Electronic

$US5.00
A Heart Made of Knotty Pine: The Cigar Store Indian in American Cultural Imagery

The image of the cigar store Indian provides a metaphor for the relationship between Native and non-native cultures, as well as a site for counter-hegemonic discourse.

Article: Print

$US10.00

Article: Electronic

$US5.00
Humor in Political Protest Music: It’s Hard to Hate Someone When You’re Laughing at Them

The rhetorical and political theories of Kenneth Burke and Chantal Mouffe are applied to humorous political protest music.

Article: Print

$US10.00

Article: Electronic

$US5.00