Town Branch Writing Collection

Below are clickable links by chapter for the 7th edition (2021-2022) of the Town Branch Writing Collection



Acknowledgments

Page xiv

Town Branch Web Links (webpage)

WRD Website (webpage)


Preface

Page xx

"Where Are They Now?: Catching up to our WRD Grads" (video)


Chapter 1 Rhetoric 

Page 22

"Mayor Jim Gray on the Rhetorical Force of Words" (video)

"Mayor Jim Gray on Using Pathos and Emotional Persuasion to Change Perceptions of Place" (video)

"Kevin Patterson on the Everyday Importance of Rhetoric" (video)

"Kevin Patterson on the Importance of Storytelling and Perception" (video)


Chapter 2 Rhetorical Situation


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Chapter 3 Audience

Page 46

"Shock Top Sent Me $100 Worth of Swag and Two Awful Beers: That Sums Them Up Perfectly" by Jesse Hughey (article)


Page 50

"Levi’s® 'Go Forth' commercial" (video)

Page 51

"In a Fragmented Cultureverse, Can Pop References Still Pop?" by Neda Ulaby (article)


Page 55

Jason Sudeikis Trying to Use 'Hip' Lingo (video)

Collage of Tarantino Pop Culture References (video)

"Silly Rabbit, Trix Are for Kids" (video)


Page 56

"To (All) the Colleges that Rejected Me" by Suzy Lee Weiss (article)

Response to Weis in Gawker (article)

Response to Weis in The Washington Post (article)


Page 57

The Potable Curmudgeon blog (website)

"Second Hand News Usually Is Mistaken" (blog post)

"Nine years later, and absolute power still corrupts Big Red Liquors Absolutely" (blog post)

"Big Red Liquors pursues its monopoly in Indianapolis" (blog post)

"Nine years later, and absolute power still corrupts Big Red Liquors Absolutely" (blog post)


Page 63

University of Kentucky Hardymon Building Photo (image)


Page 64

“Gender-Neutral Pronouns 101: Everything You’ve Always Wanted to Know” (article)


Page 76

"Stella Parks on Writing and Audiences" (video)


Page 77

Bullhorn Creative (website)

Kentucky for Kentucky (website)

"Griffin VanMeter Describes How Social Media and Audiences Can Help Spread a Media Campaign" (video)

"Kentucky Kicks Ass" (video)


Chapter 4 Strengthening Your Writing Process

Page 117

"Mayor Jim Gray on Using Writing to Solve Problems" (video)


Page 118

"Stella Parks on Her Writing Process" (video)

"Stella Parks on Writing Proposals" (video)

Bullhorn Creative (website)

Kentucky for Kentucky (website)

"Griffin Van Meter on Using Writing as a Creative Process" (video)


Chapter 5 Reading and Responding

Page 122

"Fraternities, cleaning duties, rush and the quest for brotherhood" by Brooke Myers (article)


Page 127

“Colleges Confront the Perils of Frats" by Katherine Mangan (article)



Chapter 6 Rhetorical Analysis


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Chapter 7 Argument


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Chapter 8 Using Evidence

Page 184

“Threats and Responses: The Iraqis; U.S. Says Hussein Intensifies Search for A-Bomb Parts" by Michael R. Gordon and Judith Miller (article)

“The Miller Mess: Lingering Issues among the Answers" by Byron Calame (article)


Page 188

“CNN, Fox News Err in Covering Supreme Court Healthcare Ruling" by Jeff Sonderman (article)

“We’re Getting Wildly Different Assessments" by Tom Goldstein (article)


Page 192

“CaroMont’s ‘Cheat Death’ Slogan Drawing a Sharp response" by Jennifer Thomas (article)

“Outliers: New Slogan Dies Quick Death” (article)


Page 197

"Shattered Glass" by Buzz Bissinger" (article)

“The New Republic Plays the Victim” (article)



Chapter 9 Research

Page 202

"What is this castle doing in the middle of Kentucky?" (image)


Page 214 

Kentucky Digital Library (website)


Page 216

Nunn Center for Oral History Permission Form (document)


Page 218

UKY Libraries Homepage (website)


Page 220

UKY Art Museum Website (website)


Page 222

ARTstor (website)


Page 223

Library of Congress website (website)

ePodunk (website)

OpenDemocracy.net (website)


Page 224

The Brookings Institution (website)

The Hoover Institution (website)


Page 225

“Flesh Descending in a Shower: An Astounding Phenomenon in Kentucky—Fresh Meat Like Mutton or Venison Falling from a Clear Sky” (article)


Page 226

"Kevin Patterson on Doing 'Research'" (video)


Chapter 10 Citation

Page 231

Quotations Page (website)


Page 233

UKY Libraries Homepage (website)


Page 234

"The Case for the 20-Year-Old Age LImit in the NBA" by Steve Kerr (article)

“The Kentucky Derby Is Decadent and Depraved" by Hunter S. Thompson (article)


Page 235

"The Winners' History of Rock and Roll, Part 1: Led Zeppelin" by Steven Hyden (article)

"Alternate Ending" by Damon Krukowski (article)


Page 236

"The Ketchup Conundrum" by Malcolm Gladwell (article)

"Pink Slime" (video)


Page 237

Snopes "Pink Slime and Mechanically Separated Chicken" (article)

YouTube (website)


Page 238

"Sorry Syracuse: Why the 'Hot Hand' in Basketball (Maybe) Isn't a Real Thing" by Ashley Fetters (article)

"A Hundred Hungry Men at Guantanamo" by Amy Davidson Sorkin (article)


Page 239

"Will New Teacher Evaluations Help or Hurt Chicago Schools?" by Sarah Neufield (article)


Page 240

Purdue OWL (website)

Zotero (website)

MIT Overview of Citation Software (webpage)


Page 241

"Dissed Fish" by Calvin Trillin (article)

Google Books (website)

Google (website)


Page 242

"Food Fighters": New Yorker's profile of Whole Foods CEO John MacKey (article)


Page 243

Purdue OWL (website)


Chapter 11 Writing with Style

Page 254

“The 15 Most Hated Bands of the Last 30 Years" by Prachi Gupta (article)


Page 256

Smitten Kitchen (blog)


Page 257

Verdant Kitchen (blog)


Page 258

"For Summer Cooking, Embrace Simplicity" by Sam Sifton (article)


Page 260

Silva Rhetoricae (website)


Page 269

"Criticisms of Meta-Analysis" (article)


Page 275

"Can You Say...Hero?" by Tom Junod (article)


Page 280

"Be Cool to the Pizza Dude" by Sarah Adams (oral essay)



Chapter 12 Black English: We Be Talkin’ Our Talk

Page 287

South Carolina Gullah Geechee Creole (video)


Page 288

Louisiana Creole and Creole Culture (video)


Chapter 13 Public Speaking

Page 298

Rhetorical Appeals - Attention Getters (video)


Page 305

Ted Talk on Death by PowerPoint (video)

Comedian on Death by PowerPoint (video)


Page 317

Power Poses Ted Talk (video)



Chapter 14 Visual Rhetoric and Design

Page 328

Mark Steinmetz Gallery (website)


Page 330

Claude Lorrain’s "Sermon on the Mount" (image)


Page 331

Game Word Generator (website)


Page 333

Visual Literacy Tutorials (webpage)


Page 335

McSweeny's “I'm Comic Sans, Asshole” (article)

The Onion (website)

The Colbert Report (website)


Page 338

Andrei Rublev's "Trinity" (image)


Page 339

Tutorial on Visual Unity (document)


Page 340

Tutorials on Visual Literacy (webpage)

Leonardo da Vinci's Last Supper (image)


Page 341

Tutorial on Emphasis (document)


Page 344

Tutorial on Grids in Document Design (document)

Tutorial on Fonts and Visual Hierarchies in Document Design (document)


Page 347

Tutorial on Emphasis (document)


Page 348

Bill Cunningham New York (webpage)

Bill Cunningham YouTube Channel (website)


Page 351

Media Literacy Now "What is Media Literacy?" (webpage)


Page 352

Map of Legislative Efforts on Media Literacy in the US (webpage)


Page 355

“Misidentification: How the #Antificat Rumor Caught on Like Wildfire" by Erin Gallagher (article)

"5 Lessons on Voter Misinformation from Kentucky's Election in 2019" by Nick Corasaniti (article)

"Recount: A Tale of Kentucky's Gubernatorial Election" by Zac Losey (article)


Page 356

"How Misinformation 'Superspreaders' Seed False Election Theories" (article)

"Research note: Examining false beliefs about voter fraud in the wake of the 2020 Presidential Election" by Gordon Pennycook and David G. Rand (article)

Washington Post Live Podcast on Voter Disinformation (podcast)

"The Reemergence of Vaccine-Preventable Diseases" (document)

"The Anti-Vaccination Movement: A Regression in Modern Medicine" (article)

"The Discredited Doctor Hailed by the Anti-Vaccine Movement" by Saad B. Omer (article)

"Autism and Vaccines" (webpage)

The Media Manipulation Casebook (website)

"What is Media Literacy?" (webpage)

"Deepfakes and Cheap Fakes: The Manipulation of Audio and Visual Evidence" by Britt Paris and Joan Donovan (report)

The Knight Foundation on Misinformation (webpage)

Pew Research Center on Misinformation (webpage)

"The Ethical Concerns of GANS" by Aidan Curley (article)

"Study Exposes Russia Disinformation Campaign that Operated in the Shadows for 6 Years" by Bobby Allyn (article)

"Why Facts Don't Change Our Minds" by Elizabeth Kolbert (article)

"Are your 'Hamilton' tickets fake?" by Kirby Adams (article)


Chapter 15 Understanding Genres

Page 360

"What Genre of Music is Coldplay?" (webpage)

Composite Image of Popular Science Magazine Pages (image)


Chapter 16 How to Make Your Own Documentary

Page 380

The Proust Questionnaire (webpage)