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BGR in Dupont Circle // A Preface

This project aims to explore BGR in Dupont Circle and the implications of the area on this particular restaurant and others. Additionally, I will exam specific rhetorical situations in and around the complexities of the space. This video provides some basic… Continue Reading →

BGR Dupont: A Rhetorical Analysis

Addison Marry Professor Hoskins Writing 100 5 December 2016 Dupont circle is a vast and changing neighborhood. Situated among a combination of local eateries and trendy chains, you’ll find BGR – just your everyday burger joint. What’s interesting about this… Continue Reading →

Commonplace Book 10: Freedman

“Not all feminists agree about definitions and tactics, but three elements characterize the antiviolence movement: the importance of naming all forms of violence against women as illegitimate practices, the provision of services to heal and empower survivors of violence and… Continue Reading →

Commonplace Book 9: Jauk

“A hate crime meeting between LGBT activists and city hall representatives did not yield any effective strategies, because legal federal and state protections for transgender populations were non- existent. The absence of legal protection is meaningful for individuals, because it… Continue Reading →

Commonplace Entry 6: Fleming

Addison Marry Professor Hoskins Writing 100 11 December 2016 Commonplace Entry 6 “[A]n education [. . .] that was designed to support a truly direct, deliberative democracy [. . .] would be an education oriented to the ‘strong publics’ of… Continue Reading →

Built Environment Description BGR Dupont

  Built Environment Description I was walking around late at night. The streets seemed lonely. The people that were there – hollow. The whole scene felt desolate, but inside the restaurants and shops were bursting. BGR closed just 30 minutes… Continue Reading →

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