Cities of Rhetoric

            In David Fleming’s final chapter of City of Rhetoric, he truly wraps up along with building on his continued theme of the need for a Built Environment by having a “commonplace.” Fleming argues in his final chapter that there is a need for the commonplace to be content within […]

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Exterior and Political

Walking through the park, I got another glimpse of the Pierce Mill and when I saw this sight, I couldn’t help but also reflect on the beauty of such an historical park. There are many parks which might bring history which Rock Creek Park certainly does, there are many parks which might bring relaxation which […]

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Visiting Glover

I had the recent chance to visit Glover Archbold Park which is a park located really close to the Campus of American University. I decided to visit the park in order to be able to finish some of my research for my mapping commonplace project. The commonplace I have is Rock Creek Park which is […]

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