Ulmerian Bingo Card
Scott D. Sundvall with Sergio C. Figueiredo
Scott D. Sundvall directs the Center for Writing and Communication at the University of Memphis. He has published or is forthcoming in Philosophy and Rhetoric, Enculturation, Itineration, and Politics of Place, as well as various collections. He is currently working on editing a collection, Rhetorical Speculations, under contract with Utah State University Press.
Sergio C. Figueiredo is an Associate Professor of Media and Rhetoric in the Department of English at Kennesaw State University. Sergio is the translator of Inventing Comics: A New Translation of Rodolphe Töpffer’s Essays on Graphic Storytelling, Media Rhetorics, and Aesthetic Practice.
Are you an “electrate Ulmerian”? Get five sequential spaces and yell out—no, not “Bingo!”—“Eureka!” Use the Bingo card as you would the I-Ching or Tarot cards—to find unexpected patterns of thought and discovery that draw first from your own experience. Use this Bingo card as Ulmer would, following Basho: “Not to follow in the footsteps of the Masters, but [to] seek what they sought.”