Essays

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Essays

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Essays provide additional information and research about items found on the walls of Manuel's Tavern

Items in the Essays Collection

Essay: Evel Knievel
This essay was written for a GSU 1010 class in Fall 2017 taught by George Greenidge.View original item metadata

Essay: Atlanta Falcons Pennant
This essay was written for a GSU 1010 class in Fall 2017 taught by George Greenidge.View original item metadata

Dawson's Ale Tin Charger - Visual Analysis
A presentation produced by Samantha Craig for English 3135 Visual Rhetoric at Georgia State University

Dawson's Ale Tin Charger Obituary
A creative interpretive work by Elise Moormann, produced for English 3135 Visual Rhetoric at Georgia State University. Works consulted: $500 “Tin Charger” $50 “Beer Tray” “Whaling City” Historical Context Reviving Dawson’s…

Weird Coleslaw - Visual Analysis
Presentation produced by Tristan Benns, Jared Holewinski, Margaret Kuhn, and Ansley Henson for English 3135 Visual Rhetoric at Georgia State University.Project Description:We’ve put on our visual rhetoric thinking caps and dug a little deeper into…

Weird Coleslaw - Red Brick Brewery
Video produced byTristan Benns, Jared Holewinski, Margaret Kuhn, and Ansley Henson for English 3135 Visual Rhetoric at Georgia State University.Project Description:A member of our team and a couple friends pay a visit to the local brewery! November…

“Beer Prices Going Up” Essay
An essay about a cartoon on the wall of Manuel's Tavern written by Daniel Dukes for English 3135 Visual Rhetoric at Georgia State University.

Manuel's Fundraiser for McCracken Poston
McCracken Poston describes his 1995 campaign and fundraiser at Manuel's Tavern

McCracken Poston Reflects on Manuel's
McCracken Poston reflects on his history with Manuel's Tavern and its impact on his political and social spheres

Essay: Unpacking Materiality
Student Project from Robin Wharton's Rhetoric and Composition Senior Seminar class. See the original project here.

Essay: A Man and His Horse
A creative interpretative essay by T. Joshua Ruby about the painting of a figure from the western United States.

Essay: Great Flying Corn-Cobs, Batman!
Ness Creighton's essay about the DeKalb Flying Corn Cob sign.