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The Journal of Multimodal Rhetorics

ISSN: 2472-7318


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Inside this Issue

JOMR Vol. 6, No. 1 

Spring 2022

Writings on the Wall"Writings on the Wall" by photographymontreal is marked with Public Domain Mark 1.0.        



The Geopolitics of White Supremacy: A Case Study on Monuments and Monumental Rhetoric,” by Alexander Slotkin


Images for Inventing and Images to Deliver: Using Visual Rhetoric in Composing Practices,” by Shreelina Ghosh and Kaustav Mukherjee


Tracing Turns: Affect in FYW ,” by Luke Shackelford


'Some Day a Real Rain Will Come' – Apocalypse, White Supremacy, and The Cinema of Reckoning,” by Jim Creel



Article Cluster

Teaching Methodology and Methods through Rhetoric and Social Media,” by Laura Gonzales


An Intersectional Feminist Reading of Social Media Conversations about the Duke and Duchess of Sussex,” by Noreen Khan-Qamar


The Social Media Movement #PublishingPaidMe,” by Savannah E. Baggett


Greta Thunberg in Social Media: A Representation of the Racial Disparity in Environmentalism,” by Malori Malone




Rev. of Alex C. Parrish’s The Sensory Modes of Animal Rhetorics: A Hoot in the Light, by Dynestee Fields



Meet the Authors


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This issue was arranged, edited, and published within the traditional territories of the Akokisa and Karankawa peoples.