Dr. Leslie Hahner is an expert scholar and speaker with a wealth of knowledge on the role of images in public culture. She understands deeply how images shape audience response. She has studied over 150 years of visual culture to interrogate how images influence communication and relationships.
With two books and a wealth of articles on visual culture, Dr. Hahner offers a number of insights on how images impact audiences.
To Become An American: Immigrants and Americanization Campaigns of the Early Twentieth Century, Michigan State, 2017.
Make America Meme Again: The Rhetoric of the Alt-right, Peter Lang, 2019
In addition, a number of papers have been published by Dr. Hahner emphasizing the present and real world impact of the visual medium. Cited across disciplines, these essays offer additional dialogue and insights into the power of images in today’s culture.
Available to Read
The Riot Kiss: Framing Memes as Visual Argument
Black Panther and the Alt-right: networks of racial ideology
Dr. Hahner teaches cutting-edge topics with student-focused methods. Students learn both classical rhetorical tools and lessons that prepare them for today’s world.
Syllabi for Visual Rhetoric 2020
Visual Rhetoric is a course on how to understand how imaging practices shape human relationships.
Syllabi for Rhetoric of Women’s Rights 2017
Rhetoric of Women’s Rights studies the various movements marginalized women have used to seek change.
Leslie A. Hahner is a Professor of Communication at Baylor University in Waco, TX.
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