Haig Bosmajian



Who is Haig Bosmajian?

Haig Aram Bosmajian is an author, lecturer, and professor, who received the 1983 Orwell Award for his book The Language of Oppression. Haig Bosmajian received a PhD in 1960 from Stanford University. His work has explored rhetoric and the freedom of speech. Bosmajian has been professor emeritus at the University of Washington, in the Speech/Communications Department, where he has taught since 1965. He is married to Hamida Bosmajian, also a published author and a professor at nearby Seattle University.

Haig and Hamida Bosmajian wrote the textbook, The Rhetoric of the Civil Rights Movement, which has been published as a student textbook to analyze strategies of rhetoric.

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on July 23, 2013


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