Recent Conference Papers and Publications by our Graduate Students
Rob Jenkins and Lacey Stein presented "They are the Enemy: The Application of a Burkean Rhetorical Framing for Creating an Enemy in Environmental Narratives," at the Western States Communication Association convention in Mesa, Arizona, in February 2009.
Ryann Dubiel and Dave Strousberg presented "Dialectical Interpretations of Environmental Sustainability: A Communication Perspective" at the Western States Communication Association convention in Mesa, Arizona, in February 2009.
Shannon Daut, Vanessa Delgado, and Ryann Dubiel, authored papers that were accepted as part of the panel, "A Multi-Channel Analysis of Political Discourse: Speeches, Newspapers, and Political Blogs," for the Rocky Mountain Communication Association conference in Laramie, Wyoming.
M. Rosie Russo, now a PhD student at the University of Utah, published "The Gender of Napoleon and the Power of Dynamite" in Kaleidoscope: A Graduate Journal of Qualitative Communication Research, Fall 2006, vol. 5, pp. 1-16.