Alumni Research & Publications
Department of Communication alumni are conducting research and publishing the results in books and journals.
Terrorism: Communication and Rhetorical Perspectives, ed. Dan O’Hair, Robert Heath, Kevin J. Ayotte, and Gerald R. Ledlow (Cresskill, NJ: Hampton Press, in press)
Rhetoric, Materiality, and Politics (Frontiers in Political Communication) (2009) Peter Lang Publishing Inc
"Memorializing in a Time of Terror: A Case Study of Public Argument.” Proceedings of the 6th International Conference on Argumentation. University of Amsterdam. The Netherlands. Forthcoming.
“No Time for Mourning: The Rhetorical Production of the Melancholic Citizen-Subject in the War on Terror.” Philosophy and Rhetoric 40, 1 (2007): 147-167.
Addressing Postmodernity: Kenneth Burke, Rhetoric, and a Theory of Social Change (Studies Rhetoric & Communicati) (2000) University Alabama Press
Sarah C. Bishop
US Media and Migration: Refugee Oral Histories. New York: Routledge, 2016.
The Rhetoric of Sir Garfield Todd: Christian Imagination and the Dream of an African Democracy (Baylor UP, 2007).
Rhetoric and Power: The Drama of Classical Greece, University of South Carolina Press (2014)
Democracy and Rhetoric: John Dewey on the Arts of Becoming, University of South Carolina Press (2010)
Citizens of the World: Pluralism, Migration and Practices of Citizenship: At the Interface/Probing the Boundaries, Rodopi (2011)
Pragmatism, Democracy, and the Necessity of Rhetoric, Univ of South Carolina Press (2007)
Lost Histories of Youth Culture. New York: Peter Lang, 2015
We are the Mods, a transnational history of a youth subculture (2009) Peter Lang
Feminine Look: Sexuation, Spectatorship, and Subversion. Forthcoming with State University of New York Press, 2009
“Affecting Art: Barthes, Kertèsz, and Lacan.” (Re)-turn: A Journal of Lacanian Studies (2008)
Cyberculture and the Subaltern (Lexington Press, 2012)
Cyberselves: Feminist Ethnographies of South Asian Women, AltaMira Press, (2004)
Weiming Yao-Gorman (Xiao Ming)
The Cultural Economy of Falun Gong in China: A Rhetorical Perspective, University of South Carolina Press (2012)
The Material Gene: Gender, Race, and Heredity after the Human Genome Project, NYU Press (2013)
Tales of a Texas Cynic: Theodore O. Windt Remembered” in the Nov. 2006 issue of Communication Quarterly
Scientific Characters: Rhetoric, Politics, and Trust in Breast Cancer Research, University Alabama Press (2010)
"Cause Someday We All Die”: Rhetoric, Agency, and the Case of the ‘Patient’ Preferences Worksheet. Quarterly Journal of Speech 93.Forthcoming 2007.
Assessing the Seriousness of Research Misconduct: Considerations for Sanction Assignment. Accountability in Research: Policies and Quality Assurance 13: 179-205, 2006.
Outside the Box: Corporate Media, Globalization and the UPS Strike (2007) University of Illinois Press
Rhetorical Questions of Health and Medicine, Lexington Books (2010)
What Are Stem Cells?: Definitions at the Intersection of Science and Politics, University Alabama Press (2011)
Gabriela Nunez Murillo
Culturas Orales y Culturas Escritas (1a Edición). Lima: Departamento Académico de Comunicaciones, Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú, 2015.
Alien Life and Human Purpose: A Rhetorical Examination Through History, Rowman & Littlefield (2015)
Networked Media, Networked Rhetorics: Attention and Deliberation in the Early Blogosphere, Penn State University Press (2014)
F.C.S. Schiller and the Dawn of Pragmatism: The Rhetoric of a Philosophical Rebel, Lexington Books (2011)
Reengaging the Prospects of Rhetoric: Current Conversations and Contemporary Challenges, Routledge (2010)
Forthcoming: Burns, David J., Jane S. Reid, Mark F. Toncar, Jeffrey Fawcett, and Cynthia E. Anderson (2006) “Motivations to Volunteer: The Role of Altruism,” International Review of Public and Non Profit Marketing
Turner, Leslie J., Reid, Jane S., and Toncar, Mark F. (2006), “Using the Consumer Involvement Profile Scale to Identify Demographic Differences among Wine Consumers,” International Journal of Business Research, 6 (1), 152-162.
Queerly Remembered: Rhetorics for Representing the GLBTQ Past