Online Resources for Visual Rhetoric

No Caption Needed. A blog, also based on a book of the same name, focusing on photojournalism, visual rhetoric, and democracy.

Sources in Visual Rhetoric. A bibliography by Margaret D. Zulick at Wake Forest U.

Spatial and Visual Rhetorics: Useful Web Sites. A list of resources from the syllabus for Spatial and Visual Rhetorics, a seminar taught by Amy C. Kimme Hea, at the University of Arizona’s program in Rhetoric Composition & the Teaching of English (RCTE).

A list of resources for teaching visual rhetoric from the University of Iowa.

Visual Culture and Language. A weblog for Kevin Brooks’ course, Visual Culture and Language, taught at North Dakota State University in Fall 2003.

Visual Rhetoric: argument, persuasion, narrative. The course website for the graduate seminar taught by Michael Salvo at Purdue University in Spring 2004.

Visual Rhetoric: Some Sources. A bibliography by Rebecca Moore Howard.

Viz. visual rhetoric, visual culture, & pedagogy. From the UT Austin Department of Rhetoric and Writing’s Digital Writing & Research Lab.


Enculturation 3.2: Visual Rhetoric. Published in Fall 2001, this special issue of the journal focuses on visual rhetoric.

Invisible Culture: An Electronic Journal for Visual Culture

Journal of Visual Culture

Journal of Visual Literacy

Social Semiotics

Visual Communication Quarterly


RIT’s Department of Communication has hosted several conferences on visual communication and visual culture.

Visible Memories Conference. Syracuse University, October 2-4, 2008.

Visual Knowledges Conference. University of Edinburgh, September 17-20, 2003.

International Visual Sociology Association


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