Dr. Wendy L. Chrisman is a writing, rhetoric, and literature instructor at the Columbus College of Art & Design. Her research interests include cultural and rhetorical studies, disability studies and the medical humanities, mental health narratives, and animal and environmental advocacy. She received her BA in English at the University of Central Florida, and her MA and PhD in English at The Ohio State University. A former lecturer at The Ohio State University’s Department of English and the Nisonger Center’s LEND program, her publications and collaborations have appeared in Kairos: A Journal of Rhetoric, Technology, and Pedagogy, Prose Studies, Disability Studies Quarterly, Lore: The Stairwell, Radical Relevance: Essays Toward a Scholarship of the Whole Left, and Journal of Literary and Cultural Disability Studies. Email: WChrisman@ccad.edu
HFF Bird Stencil 2009 by Have Fun with Fonts.
Color stylization by WLC + PhotoFiltre 7.
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Image on a plate 23.
From the Mantegna Tarocchi Pack, E-series, number XXIII. c. 1465.
(Original Engraver Unknown, Late 15th Century)
|Origins of Dame Rhetorica & The Seven Liberal Arts|
- McLean, Adam. “An Hermetic Origin of the Tarot Cards? A Consideration of the Tarocchi of Mantegna.” First published in the Hermetic Journal (1983).
- Martianus Capella. De Nuptiis Philologiae et Mercurii (“On the Marriage of Philology and Mercury”). Also known as De Septem Disciplinis (“On the Seven Disciplines” or “The Seven Liberal Arts), or, the Satyricon. Written c. 400ad.