Index

Sarah Wangler and Tina Ulrich

This index only pertains to the section of the book that contains material pulled from 88 Open Essays: A Reader for Students of Composition Rhetoric.

A

academic
25: Hope and Mourning in the Anthropocene: Understanding Ecological Grief (Ellis & Cunsolo)

advice
30: No, You Don’t Need to Go to Holiday Parties If You Feel Lonely (Gajwani)
71: A Feminist’s Guide to Rom-Coms and How to Watch Them (Sutriasa)

Analysis
3: How the New “Aladdin” Stacks Up Against a Century of Hollywood Stereotyping (Alsultany)
8: In Review: Raising Eyebrows (Bamburg)
23: No Food, No Water, No Sleep: Is Brazil Torturing Student Protesters? (Paula)
48: Guardians of the Galaxy and the Fall of the Classic Hero (Lewis)
71: A Feminist’s Guide to Rom-Coms and How to Watch Them (Sutriasa)
84: Chicago’s Urban Prep Academy – Known for 100% College Acceptance Rates – Put Reputation Ahead of Results (Warren)

argument
4: Mushrooms: “Nature’s Greatest Decomposers” (Anderson)
6: Tools and Tasks (Anonymous)
30: No, You Don’t Need to Go to Holiday Parties If You Feel Lonely (Gajwani)
31: To Seek Common Ground on Life’s Big Questions, We Need Science Literacy (Garlick)
48: Guardians of the Galaxy and the Fall of the Classic Hero (Lewis)
71: A Feminist’s Guide to Rom-Coms and How to Watch Them (Sutriasa)
82: On Reparations, the Question Isn’t If, but When and How (Warfield)
83: You’re Not Going to Get Accepted into a Top University on Merit Alone (Warikoo)
85: Recent Attempts at Reparations Show that World War II Is Not Over (Webster)

artsandculture
3: How the New “Aladdin” Stacks Up Against a Century of Hollywood Stereotyping (Alsultany)
8: In Review: Raising Eyebrows (Bamburg)
14: Shadows of the Bat: Constructions of Good and Evil in the Batman Movies of Tim Burton and Christopher Nolan (Born)
48: Guardians of the Galaxy and the Fall of the Classic Hero (Lewis)
71: A Feminist’s Guide to Rom-Coms and How to Watch Them (Sutriasa)
86: The Black Muslim Female Fashion Trailblazers Who Came before Model Halima Aden (Wheeler)

automotives
6: Tools and Tasks (Anonymous)

B

business
8: In Review: Raising Eyebrows (Bamburg)

C

civilrights
47: Juneteenth – Freedom’s Promise Is Still Denied to Thousands of Blacks Unable to Make Bail (Larson)
82: On Reparations, the Question Isn’t If, but When and How (Warfield)
85: Recent Attempts at Reparations Show that World War II Is Not Over (Webster)

climatechange
19: The Defense Department Is Worried about Climate Change – and Also a Huge Carbon Emitter (Crawford)
87: For a Flooded Midwest, Climate Forecasts Offer Little Comfort (Wu)

cognitivebias
3: How the New “Aladdin” Stacks Up Against a Century of Hollywood Stereotyping (Alsultany)
8: In Review: Raising Eyebrows (Bamburg)
31: To Seek Common Ground on Life’s Big Questions, We Need Science Literacy (Garlick)

controversies
54: What the Ban on Gene-Edited Babies Means for Family Planning (Menke)

currentevents
5: Six Short Essays (Anderson)
6: Tools and Tasks (Anonymous)
25: Hope and Mourning in the Anthropocene: Understanding Ecological Grief (Ellis & Cunsolo)
30: No, You Don’t Need to Go to Holiday Parties If You Feel Lonely (Gajwani)
31: To Seek Common Ground on Life’s Big Questions, We Need Science Literacy (Garlick)
48: Guardians of the Galaxy and the Fall of the Classic Hero (Lewis)
67: What the US Could Learn about Vaccination from Nigeria (Shankar)
80: America’s Walking Renaissance (Walljasper)
81: Austin, Indiana: The HIV Capital of Small-Town America (Wapner)

D

definition
25: Hope and Mourning in the Anthropocene: Understanding Ecological Grief (Ellis & Cunsolo)
81: Austin, Indiana: The HIV Capital of Small-Town America (Wapner)

descriptive
5: Six Short Essays (Anderson)
25: Hope and Mourning in the Anthropocene: Understanding Ecological Grief (Ellis & Cunsolo)
30: No, You Don’t Need to Go to Holiday Parties If You Feel Lonely (Gajwani)
80: America’s Walking Renaissance (Walljasper)

E

education
23: No Food, No Water, No Sleep: Is Brazil Torturing Student Protesters? (Paula)
70: Visiting First Place School: Reflections on Other-Centric Education, Private Education, & Identity (Shepard)
83: You’re Not Going to Get Accepted into a Top University on Merit Alone (Warikoo)
84: Chicago’s Urban Prep Academy – Known for 100% College Acceptance Rates – Put Reputation Ahead of Results (Warren)

environment
4: Mushrooms: “Nature’s Greatest Decomposers” (Anderson)
19: The Defense Department Is Worried about Climate Change – and Also a Huge Carbon Emitter (Crawford)
26: Hydropower Dams Can Harm Coastal Areas Far Downstream (Ezcurra & Aburto)
87: For a Flooded Midwest, Climate Forecasts Offer Little Comfort (Wu)

Ethos
1: The Danger of a Single Story (Adichie)
2: The Story We Tell about Millennials — and Who We Leave Out (Allen)
3: How the New “Aladdin” Stacks Up Against a Century of Hollywood Stereotyping (Alsultany)
5: Six Short Essays (Anderson)
6: Tools and Tasks (Anonymous)
8: In Review: Raising Eyebrows (Bamburg)
23: No Food, No Water, No Sleep: Is Brazil Torturing Student Protesters? (Paula)
25: Hope and Mourning in the Anthropocene: Understanding Ecological Grief (Ellis & Cunsolo)
30: No, You Don’t Need to Go to Holiday Parties If You Feel Lonely (Gajwani)
31: To Seek Common Ground on Life’s Big Questions, We Need Science Literacy (Garlick)
41: The Politics of Fear: How It Manipulates Us to Tribalism (Javanbakht)
71: A Feminist’s Guide to Rom-Coms and How to Watch Them (Sutriasa)

expository
84: Chicago’s Urban Prep Academy – Known for 100% College Acceptance Rates – Put Reputation Ahead of Results (Warren)

F

fact-based argument
25: Hope and Mourning in the Anthropocene: Understanding Ecological Grief (Ellis & Cunsolo)

finances
2: The Story We Tell about Millennials — and Who We Leave Out (Allen)
6: Tools and Tasks (Anonymous)
8: In Review: Raising Eyebrows (Bamburg)

G

generations
2: The Story We Tell about Millennials — and Who We Leave Out (Allen)

global
1: The Danger of a Single Story (Adichie)
3: How the New “Aladdin” Stacks Up Against a Century of Hollywood Stereotyping (Alsultany)
19: The Defense Department Is Worried about Climate Change – and Also a Huge Carbon Emitter (Crawford)
23: No Food, No Water, No Sleep: Is Brazil Torturing Student Protesters? (Paula)
25: Hope and Mourning in the Anthropocene: Understanding Ecological Grief (Ellis & Cunsolo)
26: Hydropower Dams Can Harm Coastal Areas Far Downstream (Ezcurra & Aburto)
67: What the US Could Learn about Vaccination from Nigeria (Shankar)
69: A Syrian Asks Herself: Am I Capable of Killing? (Shehwaro)
85: Recent Attempts at Reparations Show that World War II Is Not Over (Webster)

H

health
30: No, You Don’t Need to Go to Holiday Parties If You Feel Lonely (Gajwani)
54: What the Ban on Gene-Edited Babies Means for Family Planning (Menke)
67: What the US Could Learn about Vaccination from Nigeria (Shankar)
80: America’s Walking Renaissance (Walljasper)
81: Austin, Indiana: The HIV Capital of Small-Town America (Wapner)

heroes
4: Mushrooms: “Nature’s Greatest Decomposers” (Anderson)
14: Shadows of the Bat: Constructions of Good and Evil in the Batman Movies of Tim Burton and Christopher Nolan (Born)
48: Guardians of the Galaxy and the Fall of the Classic Hero (Lewis)

history
86: The Black Muslim Female Fashion Trailblazers Who Came before Model Halima Aden (Wheeler)

I

intellectualproperty
6: Tools and Tasks (Anonymous)

K

kairos
2: The Story We Tell about Millennials — and Who We Leave Out (Allen)
3: How the New “Aladdin” Stacks Up Against a Century of Hollywood Stereotyping (Alsultany)
5: Six Short Essays (Anderson)
6: Tools and Tasks (Anonymous)
25: Hope and Mourning in the Anthropocene: Understanding Ecological Grief (Ellis & Cunsolo)
30: No, You Don’t Need to Go to Holiday Parties If You Feel Lonely (Gajwani)
31: To Seek Common Ground on Life’s Big Questions, We Need Science Literacy (Garlick)
71: A Feminist’s Guide to Rom-Coms and How to Watch Them (Sutriasa)
80: America’s Walking Renaissance (Walljasper)

Kennewick Man
46: Why Native Americans Do Not Separate Religion from Science (LaPier)

L

logos
1: The Danger of a Single Story (Adichie)
4: Mushrooms: “Nature’s Greatest Decomposers” (Anderson)
6: Tools and Tasks (Anonymous)
25: Hope and Mourning in the Anthropocene: Understanding Ecological Grief (Ellis & Cunsolo)
31: To Seek Common Ground on Life’s Big Questions, We Need Science Literacy (Garlick)
41: The Politics of Fear: How It Manipulates Us to Tribalism (Javanbakht)
71: A Feminist’s Guide to Rom-Coms and How to Watch Them (Sutriasa)
83: You’re Not Going to Get Accepted into a Top University on Merit Alone (Warikoo)
85: Recent Attempts at Reparations Show that World War II Is Not Over (Webster)

M

millennials
2: The Story We Tell about Millennials — and Who We Leave Out (Allen)

misinformation
41: The Politics of Fear: How It Manipulates Us to Tribalism (Javanbakht)

N

nativeamerican
46: Why Native Americans Do Not Separate Religion from Science (LaPier)

Nature
4: Mushrooms: “Nature’s Greatest Decomposers” (Anderson)
26: Hydropower Dams Can Harm Coastal Areas Far Downstream (Ezcurra & Aburto)
87: For a Flooded Midwest, Climate Forecasts Offer Little Comfort (Wu)

P

pathos
1: The Danger of a Single Story (Adichie)
5: Six Short Essays (Anderson)
8: In Review: Raising Eyebrows (Bamburg)
25: Hope and Mourning in the Anthropocene: Understanding Ecological Grief (Ellis & Cunsolo)
30: No, You Don’t Need to Go to Holiday Parties If You Feel Lonely (Gajwani)
41: The Politics of Fear: How It Manipulates Us to Tribalism (Javanbakht)
71: A Feminist’s Guide to Rom-Coms and How to Watch Them (Sutriasa)

policy
19: The Defense Department Is Worried about Climate Change – and Also a Huge Carbon Emitter (Crawford)
47: Juneteenth – Freedom’s Promise Is Still Denied to Thousands of Blacks Unable to Make Bail (Larson)
54: What the Ban on Gene-Edited Babies Means for Family Planning (Menke)
67: What the US Could Learn about Vaccination from Nigeria (Shankar)

politics
41: The Politics of Fear: How It Manipulates Us to Tribalism (Javanbakht)
47: Juneteenth – Freedom’s Promise Is Still Denied to Thousands of Blacks Unable to Make Bail (Larson)

proposal
30: No, You Don’t Need to Go to Holiday Parties If You Feel Lonely (Gajwani)
31: To Seek Common Ground on Life’s Big Questions, We Need Science Literacy (Garlick)
48: Guardians of the Galaxy and the Fall of the Classic Hero (Lewis)
82: On Reparations, the Question Isn’t If, but When and How (Warfield)

R

religion
46: Why Native Americans Do Not Separate Religion from Science (LaPier)
69: A Syrian Asks Herself: Am I Capable of Killing? (Shehwaro)
86: The Black Muslim Female Fashion Trailblazers Who Came before Model Halima Aden (Wheeler)

reportinginformation
1: The Danger of a Single Story (Adichie)
2: The Story We Tell about Millennials — and Who We Leave Out (Allen)
3: How the New “Aladdin” Stacks Up Against a Century of Hollywood Stereotyping (Alsultany)
4: Mushrooms: “Nature’s Greatest Decomposers” (Anderson)
5: Six Short Essays (Anderson)
6: Tools and Tasks (Anonymous)
26: Hydropower Dams Can Harm Coastal Areas Far Downstream (Ezcurra & Aburto)
67: What the US Could Learn about Vaccination from Nigeria (Shankar)
80: America’s Walking Renaissance (Walljasper)
81: Austin, Indiana: The HIV Capital of Small-Town America (Wapner)
86: The Black Muslim Female Fashion Trailblazers Who Came before Model Halima Aden (Wheeler)

research
25: Hope and Mourning in the Anthropocene: Understanding Ecological Grief (Ellis & Cunsolo)
26: Hydropower Dams Can Harm Coastal Areas Far Downstream (Ezcurra & Aburto)
31: To Seek Common Ground on Life’s Big Questions, We Need Science Literacy (Garlick)
80: America’s Walking Renaissance (Walljasper)
87: For a Flooded Midwest, Climate Forecasts Offer Little Comfort (Wu)

review
3: How the New “Aladdin” Stacks Up Against a Century of Hollywood Stereotyping (Alsultany)
8: In Review: Raising Eyebrows (Bamburg)
14: Shadows of the Bat: Constructions of Good and Evil in the Batman Movies of Tim Burton and Christopher Nolan (Born)
48: Guardians of the Galaxy and the Fall of the Classic Hero (Lewis)
68: Book Review – The End of Ownership (Sheehan)

rural
87: For a Flooded Midwest, Climate Forecasts Offer Little Comfort (Wu)

S

scholarly
14: Shadows of the Bat: Constructions of Good and Evil in the Batman Movies of Tim Burton and Christopher Nolan (Born)

science
4: Mushrooms: “Nature’s Greatest Decomposers” (Anderson)
19: The Defense Department Is Worried about Climate Change – and Also a Huge Carbon Emitter (Crawford)
26: Hydropower Dams Can Harm Coastal Areas Far Downstream (Ezcurra & Aburto)
31: To Seek Common Ground on Life’s Big Questions, We Need Science Literacy (Garlick)
46: Why Native Americans Do Not Separate Religion from Science (LaPier)
54: What the Ban on Gene-Edited Babies Means for Family Planning (Menke)
67: What the US Could Learn about Vaccination from Nigeria (Shankar)
87: For a Flooded Midwest, Climate Forecasts Offer Little Comfort (Wu)

selfdiscovery
1: The Danger of a Single Story (Adichie)
69: A Syrian Asks Herself: Am I Capable of Killing? (Shehwaro)
70: Visiting First Place School: Reflections on Other-Centric Education, Private Education, & Identity (Shepard)

sharedvalues
1: The Danger of a Single Story (Adichie)
2: The Story We Tell about Millennials — and Who We Leave Out (Allen)
3: How the New “Aladdin” Stacks Up Against a Century of Hollywood Stereotyping (Alsultany)
5: Six Short Essays (Anderson)
6: Tools and Tasks (Anonymous)
8: In Review: Raising Eyebrows (Bamburg)
14: Shadows of the Bat: Constructions of Good and Evil in the Batman Movies of Tim Burton and Christopher Nolan (Born)
23: No Food, No Water, No Sleep: Is Brazil Torturing Student Protesters? (Paula)
47: Juneteenth – Freedom’s Promise Is Still Denied to Thousands of Blacks Unable to Make Bail (Larson)
68: Book Review – The End of Ownership (Sheehan)
69: A Syrian Asks Herself: Am I Capable of Killing? (Shehwaro)
70: Visiting First Place School: Reflections on Other-Centric Education, Private Education, & Identity (Shepard)
71: A Feminist’s Guide to Rom-Coms and How to Watch Them (Sutriasa)
80: America’s Walking Renaissance (Walljasper)
82: On Reparations, the Question Isn’t If, but When and How (Warfield)
83: You’re Not Going to Get Accepted into a Top University on Merit Alone (Warikoo)
85: Recent Attempts at Reparations Show that World War II Is Not Over (Webster)

systemanalysis
4: Mushrooms: “Nature’s Greatest Decomposers” (Anderson)
6: Tools and Tasks (Anonymous)
25: Hope and Mourning in the Anthropocene: Understanding Ecological Grief (Ellis & Cunsolo)
26: Hydropower Dams Can Harm Coastal Areas Far Downstream (Ezcurra & Aburto)
31: To Seek Common Ground on Life’s Big Questions, We Need Science Literacy (Garlick)
81: Austin, Indiana: The HIV Capital of Small-Town America (Wapner)
83: You’re Not Going to Get Accepted into a Top University on Merit Alone (Warikoo)

T

technology
6: Tools and Tasks (Anonymous)
54: What the Ban on Gene-Edited Babies Means for Family Planning (Menke)
68: Book Review – The End of Ownership (Sheehan)

U

urban
80: America’s Walking Renaissance (Walljasper)

W

walking
80: America’s Walking Renaissance (Walljasper)


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