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Submissions from 2016

With a Pen, A Computer, A Camera, and a Microphone: Critical Rhetoric in Media, Art Herbig

Selling and Consuming Cosmetic Surgery: Construction of Hegemonic Femininity in Post-socialist China, Wei Luo

The Sheng Nü Discourse, and New Hegemonic Ideals in China’s Dating TV Shows, Wei Luo

Submissions from 2015

Unaccompanied Minors on Our Doorstep: Communication Origins and Solutions for the Central American Child Refugee Crisis, C Connolly-Ahern, Nadia Martínez - Carrillo, and Daniel Tamul

The Female Body in Feminist Spaces: The Critical Rhetoric of Jezebel’s Rreatment of Retouched Celebrity Photos, M Cotton and Michelle Kelsey Kearl

The Role of SoTL in the Academy: Upon the 25th Anniversary of Boyer’s Scholarship Reconsidered, Marcia D. Dixson, Beth Kern, Gwendolyn Mettetal, and Robin Morgan

Scholarship of Teaching and Learning: Is it Teaching? Is it Scholarship?, Marcia D. Dixson, Beth Kern, Gwyn Mettetal, and Robin Morgan

Building Beyond New Media: Discourse and Critique in a Polymediated Age, Art Herbig

Celebrity Culture: A Discussion on Communication Scholarship and Celebrity, Art Herbig

The Worlds of Television: Exploring the Narrative Mythologies of Serial Storylines, Art Herbig

When Theories Converge, Which Do We Choose?, Art Herbig

All too Human: Xander Harris and the Embodiment of the Fully Human, Art Herbig and A Herrmann

‘Wrongful Birth’ and ‘Breach of Warranty’: Race, Sexual Orientation, and Disability in the Case of Peyton Cramblett, Michelle Kelsey Kearl

The Holocaust, Homosexuals, and Homology: Articulating Intersectional Identities Across History, Michelle Kelsey Kearl and N Martinez-Carrillo

The Holocaust, Race, and LGBT Rights: Reconsidering Analogy Logic in the US and Mexico, Michelle Kelsey Kearl and Nadia Martínez - Carrillo

Why I Don’t Need that Feminism: A feminist Rhetorical Analysis of Anti-Feminist Social Media Discourse, Michelle Kelsey Kearl and Nadia Martínez - Carrillo

Holy Drones!: Media Framing and the Writing of a Hagiography of American Predator Drones, Michelle Kelsey Kearl, Nadia Martínez - Carrillo, and Daniel Tamul

Holy Drones!: Media Framing and the Writing of a Hagiography of American Predator Drones, Michelle Kelsey Kearl, N Martinez-Carrillo, and D Tamul

LGBTQ Coalition Building: A Case Study in Queer Community Making, Michelle Kelsey Kearl and Guiliana Sorce

Critical Research Approaches: The Studies of Gender in China’s Consumerist Discourse, Wei Luo

Critical research approaches: The studies of gender in China’s consumerist discourse, Wei Luo

Critical Research Approaches: The Studies of Gender in China’s Consumerist Discourse, Wei Luo

“Tiger Mother” vs. “Cat Father”: Similarities and differences in Chinese and American teaching philosophies and pedagogies, and the impact of globalizing liberal art education, Wei Luo

‘Tiger Teachers’ vs. ‘Cat Teachers’: Similarities and Differences in Chinese and American Teaching Philosophies and Pedagogies, Wei Luo

"Tiger Teachers" vs. "Cat Teachers:" Similarities and Differences in Chinese and American Teaching Philosophies and Pedagogies, Wei Luo

An Activist's Blogging: "Hooligan Sparrow," Sexuality, and Prostitution in Post-Socialist China, Wei Luo and Lindsay Calhoun

Big Media, Big Databases, Big Problems: A Critical Examination of Database Driven Samples in News Framing Analysis, Nadia Martínez - Carrillo and Daniel Tamul

Shale We be Friends?: Analyzing International Criticism of a Repressive Regime in the Context of Neoliberal Energy Politics, Nadia Martínez - Carrillo and Daniel Tamul

Sexuality and Bodies as National Frontiers: The ‘Othering’ Rhetoric of Mia Khalifa’s Pornography, Assem Nasr

Privacy and Government Contractors: The Unknown Monitoring and Surveillance of Workers, Kendra Rohrbach and Barbara H. Smith Ph.D.

Submissions from 2014

Nonverbal Immediacy Behaviors and Online Student Engagement: Bringing Past Instructional Research into the Present Virtual Classroom, Marcia D. Dixson, Mackenzie Greenwell, Sara Lauer, Christie Rogers-Stacy, and Tyson Weister

Elevating Confessions of Aca/Fans: “Whedon World” Media Narratives and Identity, Art Herbig

Foucault, Rhetoric, and Criticism: Our Past Engagements and Future Directions, Art Herbig

Short Course #1 – Documentary Film as Method for Research: Expanding Our Inquiry and Elevating our Reach, Art Herbig

Short Course #5 - Documentary Film as Method for Research: Expanding Our Inquiry and Elevating Our Reach, Art Herbig

The American Republic according to Aaron Sorkin, Art Herbig

Whatever Happened to Spearchucker? Racial Discourse, Representation, and the Shift from Film to Television for M*A*S*H, Art Herbig

When the Rhetorical Situation Diverges: Rhetoric Across (Con)texts, Art Herbig

Postfeminist rhetoric in HBO’s Girls, C Hile and Michelle Kelsey Kearl

From Freedom Rides to Justice Rides: Analogizing Social Movement Rhetoric in a Post-Identity America, Michelle Kearl

Intersectional Rhetorics: A case study in the 2013 Supreme Court decisions on DOMA, Proposition 8, and the Voting Rights Act., Michelle Kelsey Kearl

Show me your desire: Critical discourses of legislating Voter Identification, Right to Work, and SB 1070, Michelle Kelsey Kearl

Towards a critical intersectional rhetoric: Critical rhetoric meets intersectionality, Michelle Kelsey Kearl

LGBTQ Coalition Building: A Case Study in Queer Community Making, Michelle Kelsey Kearl and G Sorce

Women Facing Violence in Mexico: Framing of Violence against Women in National and State Newspapers, Nadia Martínez - Carrillo

Bridge over Troubled Waters: A content analysis of television advertisements in Lebanon, Assem Nasr

Locating Qatar in the Arab Uprisings: Al-Jazeera Arabic and the Language of Images, Assem Nasr

Locating Qatar in the Arab Uprisings: AlJazeera Arabic and the language of images, Assem Nasr

Reliable Sources: Oral Cultures, Cultural Mediations, and Communication Spheres in Lebanon, Assem Nasr

Reliable Sources: Oral Cultures, Cultural Mediations, and Communication Spheres in Lebanon, Assem Nasr

Sexuality and Nation: Gender Frames in Arab Cultures, Assem Nasr

Sexuality, Identity, and the Power of Language in the Arab World, Assem Nasr

911: What is Your Emergency? Perceptions of the Community & Emergency Response Members to AAC, M Rang and Sharon Egly

Enhancing Graduate Students’ Clinical-Classroom Connections in Working with Children with Autism, Pamela Britton Reese

“Mutuality as a Supervision Tool for Struggling CSD Graduate Students, Pamela Britton Reese

Problems with Laws Banning Sex Offenders from Social Networking Services, Barbara H. Smith Ph.D. and Michael Schrader

Submissions from 2013

Complicated Dictator: The Untold Story of the Concentration Camp Scenes from Chaplin’s 1940 Hollywood Anti-Fascist Comedy That Audiences Never Saw, Steven A. Carr PhD

Who am I as a teacher: No really, who am I??, Marcia D. Dixson

Never Forget: Public Memory, History, and 9/11, Arthur W. Herbig

Pat Tillman and the Case of the Hero Athlete: Heroes as Discursive Phenomenon, Arthur W. Herbig

#WeNeedaWord: The Discursive Influence of Contemporary Media and Our Ability to Conduct Discourse About It, Arthur W. Herbig

Between "Never Forget" and "Always Remember": Convergent Memorializing at the Opening of the National 9/11 Memorial, Arthur W. Herbig and A Hess

Consequences of the Intersectionality of Blues and Alternative Genres: A Postmodern Situation, C Hile and Michelle Kelsey Kearl

Constituting and Contesting Queer Identities in Entertainment and Politics, Michelle Kelsey Kearl

If You Are the One: China’s TV Dating Shows and Sheng Nü’s Predicament, Wei Luo

Professionalism as Other-Centeredness. Presentation as part of panel entitled Toward a More Civil Union: Connecting Communication, Ethics, and Professionalism in the Practice of Law., Irwin Mallin

State Comprehensive Universities in the Academic Ecosystem. Presentation as part of panel entitled The Academic Ecosystem: Transfer, Articulation, Pathways and other Kinds of Connections among Academic Institutions in the USA., Irwin Mallin

Success in the Final Innings: Giving Students That Final Push to Graduation and Employment, Irwin Mallin, Julie Hook, and Carrie Randall

And They Came Two By Two: Faculty and Professional Advisors Working Together, Irwin Mallin, Carrie Randall, and Sarah Wehrkamp

A Fragmented Unity: The Construction of History in Lebanese Identity, Assem Nasr

Al-Jazeera and the Arab Uprisings: The Language of Images and a Medium’s Stancetaking, Assem Nasr

Al-Jazeera: The Medium, the Message, or the Martyr of the Arab Spring? , Assem Nasr

Language, Power, and the Gendered Subject: Media and Mediated Communication in Lebanon, Assem Nasr

Oral Cultures in the Age of News Networks and Social Media: A Lebanese Perspective, Assem Nasr

Reliable Sources: Oral Cultures and News Media in Lebanon, Assem Nasr

Graduate Student Discourse about Literacy Strategies, Pam Britton Reese

Commoditizing Occupy Wall Street: Co-Optation of a Subculture Social Movement, Alysen Wade and Michelle Kelsey Kearl

Submissions from 2012

Beasts of Burgeon: Animality in the Holocaust Menagerie, Steven A. Carr PhD

Clicked to Death: How the Technology-Educational Complex Is Destroying Higher Education, and What You Can Do About It, Steven A. Carr PhD

To Encompass the Unseeable: Foreign Film, Taste Culture, and the American Encounter with the Postwar Holocaust Film, Steven A. Carr PhD

Connecting the National Discussion of Undergraduate Education: Exploring Curricula Reform at the Department, College, and University Level, Dacia Charlesworth

Connecting to the Public Speaking Course by Exploring Various Organizational Strategies, Dacia Charlesworth

The Practice of Subversion in Everyday Life: Confronting the Menstrual Taboo, Dacia Charlesworth

Using Creative Artifacts and Empathy to Explore Cultural Differences, Dacia Charlesworth

Enacting Marginalized Masculinities/Reifying Hegemonic Masculinity: The Use of Paradoxical Rhetorical Strategies in the ‘Real Men Wear Gowns’ Health Campaign, Dacia Charlesworth and John Silcox

Bringing Your Authentic Self into the Classroom., Marcia D. Dixson

Connecting to the Family Communication Course by Using Family Stories, Marcia D. Dixson

Teaching with Technology: Our Tips and Yours!, Marcia D. Dixson

Connecting Across Disciplines: The Burgeoning Relationship of Communication Scholarship and Documentary Media, Art Herbig

Convergent Qualitiave Research: Digital Media and the Ethnographer., Arthur W. Herbig and A. Hess

From Terrorism to Tourism: A Rhetorical Inquiry into the Tenth Anniversary of 9/11., Arthur W. Herbig and A. Hess

"Producing" public scholarship: An examination of the 10th anniversary of 9/11, Arthur W. Herbig and A. Hess

Through the Lens of Tragedy: The Challenges and Ethics of Interviewing About 9/11 Memory, Arthur W. Herbig and A. Hess

Walter J. Ong and Contermporary Fragmentation and Convergence, Arthur W. Herbig and A. Hess

Comedy and Civility: Documenting Jon Stewart’s “Rally to Restore Sanity", Aaron Hess and Art Herbig

Conservative Politics Meet GLBTQ Issues: COMMunicating Across Ideological Boundaries, Michelle Kelsey Kearl

Towards a Critical Intersectional Rhetoric: Feminist Identity Theory in Critical Rhetorical Studies, Michelle Kelsey Kearl

Packaged Glamour: The Chinese Bride and Her Wedding Consumption, Wei Luo

Performing Ethnic Identity in the Cyberspace: Creation of a Virtual Haven for the Diasporic Tibetans, Wei Luo

Connecting Students to the Communication Major Using the Basic Course, Irwin Mallin