Communication and Rhetorical Studies
McAnulty College and Graduate School of Liberal Arts
Janie Harden Fritz
agrarian, communication, ground
This work looks at the way in which an agrarian philosophy communicates the meaningful connection between cultivating land and being attentive to the philosophical notion of ground. It tells the story of agrarian movements from the last century with special attention to what about the philosophy has durability. This work outlines the possibility of an agrarian framework as a potential alternative to modernity. Each chapter is attentive to a different voice in the movement, exploring his engagement with an agrarian philosophy and connection to the philosophy of communication.
Roberts McGinley, M. (2010). Roots: Agrarian Movements and the Importance of Ground within the Philosophy of Communication (A Synecdoche) (Doctoral dissertation, Duquesne University). Retrieved from https://dsc.duq.edu/etd/1114