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Helms, Jason Muir: Rhiz|comics. The Structure, Sign, and Play of Image and Text. Ph.D. (Diss.), Clemson University, Rhetorics, Communication and Information Design 2010 (167 S.). 
Resource type: Thesis/Dissertation
Languages: englisch
BibTeX citation key: Helms2010a
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Categories: General
Keywords: Deleuze. Gilles, Derrida. Jacques, Didaktik und Pädagogik, Guattari. Félix, Intermedialität, Jean-François, Lyotard. Jean-François, Metaisierung
Creators: Helms
Publisher: Clemson University (Clemson)
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Abstract
This dissertation combines Gregory Ulmer’s post-criticism with multimodal composition resulting in a work that critiques the medium of comics in comics format. Six traditional text chapters forge a theoretical and practical foundation; punctuated within and without by occasional visual interludes and three comic sections. I advocate teaching multimodal composition through comics’ interplay of image and text.

Table of Contents

Introduction: Plexed Artistry (1)

1. The Structure of Comics: Ut Poesis Pictura (9)
Eye am become a transparent I (10)
Change for a Pair ‘o dimes (11)
From defining to decentering (12)
The Center which is no Center (13)
The Outside is the Inside (15)
The Given Is Not a Text (18)
Visual Illiteracy (20)
Conclusions (22)

Excursus 1: It Must be Abstract (24)

2. Signs of the Times: Figure, Discourse (33)
Heterotopia (34)
Image | Text (37)
Visual | Verbal (41)
La Séance Double (43)
Paradigm | Syntagm (48)
Decoupage | Tressage (52)
| Discourse (55)

3. Playing It Cool: Reflexive Multimodal Composition (58)
Figure (59)
Reflection (67)
Windows and Mirrors (75)
Heidegger’s Hammer (77)
Cool Media (80)

Excursus 2: It Must Change (82)

4. Restructuring Reading: Hypermedia and Rhiz|Comics (90)
The Image Text Game (91)
Do You Believe in Magic? (93)
What Is the What? (95)
Prosthetically Man Dwells on the Earth (96)
Reflection Is Disorientation (97)
Wrighting (100)
What Is a Rhizome? (105)
Delivérance (107)
Ramus’ Peter (108)
(How) Does the Computer Change Composition? (109)

5. Plays Well with Others: Rhiz|comics in the Classroom (115)
Mystory as Multimodal Composition (116)
Augmented Pedagogy (127)
Future Anterior (128)
Reflection Redux (130)
The Experiment (132)
– The Set-Up (132)
– The Results (135)
— Kairos (135)
— Abnormal Thought (138)
— Participation (140)
— Technological Reflections (145)
Conclusions (148)

Excursus 3: It Must Give Pleasure

Conclusion: Compose Yourself! (154)

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