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Trevor Price

The political science professor emeritus Trevor Price (l.), who recently received the 2015 History Department Community Heritage Medal, with History professor Miriam Wright (r.), at the 2015 Botsford Dinner of the Essex County Historical Society. (Photo cThe political science professor emeritus Trevor Price (l.), who recently received the 2015 History Department Community Heritage Medal, with History professor Miriam Wright (r.), at the 2015 Botsford Dinner of the Essex County Historical Society. (Photo courtesy of Jim McTavish)

Professor emeritus acknowledged for promotion of local history

A political science professor emeritus honoured for his deep dedication to preserving local historical publications.

Making a case: Philosopher to discuss role of rhetoric

Through its history, there has been a suspicion of rhetoric’s role in building arguments, says philosophy professor Christopher Tindale – a belief it has greater capacity to exploit than to edify. It’s a suspicion he does not share.

“Rhetoric operates as a positive force throughout society, transforming experience in all walks of life,” Dr. Tindale says. “The tools rhetoric brings to the practice and understanding of argumentation are powerful and necessary.”