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    Artifacts, Issue 2 (2009) Contents
  • Book Review: Everything Bad for You is Good For You 

    Daniels, Tyler (University of Missouri--Columbia, Rhetoric and Composition Program, 2009-01)
    Instead of the typical argument against a two-sided issue (such as whether moral ambiguity is justified), Steven Johnson changes the roles of the main separation of agreement between the evolution of popular culture and ...
  • Whitepaper on Design and Collaborative Practices 

    Ramsey, Tyler; Peel, Jessica; Schulte, Emmerich (University of Missouri--Columbia, Rhetoric and Composition Program, 2009-01)
    Coming to a large state university, many students have not yet mastered how to effectively learn and study. Creating a freshman learning strategy website would be a step in the right direction to guide and inform students ...
  • Rap, Dogs, and Human Nature 

    Thode, Scott (Rhetoric and Composition Program, University of Missouri--Columbia, 2009-01)
    A performative, visual narrative layered on top of a traditional narrative about the author's memory of his experience with rap.
  • Hip Hop 1000 

    Dumas, Kendall (Rhetoric and Composition Program, University of Missouri--Columbia, 2009-01)
    Writing happens in a number of different forms. Student Kendall Dumas composed this original hip hop piece in order to reflect on his experiences in English 1000. This composition is a multimodal performance that builds ...
  • Editors' Introduction to Issue 2 

    Rice, Jenny Edbauer; Callahan, Richard J., 1967-; Motavalli, Peter Parviz; Muzika, Rose-Marie, 1958-; Rice, Jeff (Rhetoric and Composition Program, University of Missouri--Columbia, 2009-01)
    The second issue of Artifacts features articles on a range of topics, from an historical narrative of Mizzou's medical school to a critical analysis of engineering failure during Hurricane Katrina. These texts reflect ...
  • Critics of America's Engineers Form Bashing Squad Following Katrina 

    Robertson, Andrew Gordon (Rhetoric and Composition Program, University of Missouri--Columbia, 2009-01)
    This article examines public opinion and criticism of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers that occurred after the levees collapsed in Louisiana due to Hurricane Katrina.
  • A Tradition of Greatness: The Stories of Three Men at MU's School of Medicine 

    Bezold, Samuel (Rhetoric and Composition Program, University of Missouri--Columbia, 2009-01)
    The medical school at the University of Missouri has undergone many changes and has resisted even more. This article covers some of the history of MU's School of Medicine by examining the lives and careers of three figures ...
  • A History of the Maneater 

    Sarnosky, Michelle (Rhetoric and Composition Program, University of Missouri--Columbia, 2009-01)
    In 1955 when Joel J. Gold, better known at the time as Joe Gold, was approached with the opportunity to become editor of The Maneater, he was unaware of the change he was about to make. He was also unaware of the impact ...