“Masked Accents and Muffled Sounds: Teaching Behind the Mask”

PhD candidate published in Faculty Focus Graduate teaching assistant and PhD student Nancy Achiaa Frimpong, originally from Ghana, writes on “strategies to foster an accent-inclusive classroom” in Faculty Focus, an online publication focusing on teaching strategies in higher education. In her article, titled “Masked Accents and Muffled Sounds: Teaching Behind the Mask,” Nancy Achiaa Frimpong […]

“A Rupture in the Courtroom”

Professor Katie Gibson article published in Women’s Studies in Communication Professor Katie Gibson has published the article “A Rupture in the Courtroom: Collective Rhetoric, Survivor Speech, and the Subversive Limits of the Victim Impact Statement” in Women’s Studies in Communication. As the U.S. Supreme Court deliberates what may be its most consequential decision for women’s […]

How conservative comic Greg Gutfeld became America’s most popular late-night TV host

This article by Nick Marx originally appeared in The Conversation, then in Source. Editor’s note: Nick Marx, Associate Professor of Film and Media Studies at Colorado State University, and Matt Sienkiewicz, Associate Professor of Communication and International Studies, Boston College, wrote this piece for The Conversation in September 2021. Colorado State is a contributing institution to The Conversation, […]

“Telling stories, integrating theories: A semester-long case study assignment written by and for students”

Long and Williams co-authored article published in Communication Teacher Ziyu Long and Elizabeth Williams have co-authored “Telling stories, integrating theories: A semester-long case study assignment written by and for students,” which was published in Volume 35, Issue 1 of Communication Teacher. Abstract Courses: Organizational Communication; any advanced communication course that can benefit from using a […]

“Convergence and Governmentality in the Umbrella Revolution: A Rhetorical Analysis of the Mainlandization of Hong Kong.”

Umbrella Revolution chapter by Gilmore published in Communication Convergence in Contemporary China “Convergence and Governmentality in the Umbrella Revolution: A Rhetorical Analysis of the Mainlandization of Hong Kong,” by doctoral candidate Andrew Gilmore has been published as a chapter in Communication Convergence in Contemporary China: International Perspectives on Politics, Platforms, and Participation, edited by Patrick […]

“Re-membering Comfort Women: From On-Screen Storytelling and Rhetoric of Materiality to Rethinking History and Belonging”

Khrebtan and Kim co-author article on “comfort women” published in Quarterly Journal of Speech Julia Khrebtan-Hörhager and Min Kim (M.A., ’16; B.A., ’08) have published their co-authored article, “Re-membering Comfort Women: From On-Screen Storytelling and Rhetoric of Materiality to Rethinking History and Belonging,”  in the Quarterly Journal of Speech. Abstract The essay aims to contribute […]

“Between Thick and Thin: Improving Public Engagement through a Wicked Problems Lens”

Carcasson journal article published in National Civic Review Martín Carcasson has published the article “Between Thick and Thin: Improving Public Engagement through a Wicked Problems Lens” in the Fall 2020 issue of National Civic Review. Abstract Like other “wicked problems,” public engagement can be best understood by identifying the underlying values from multiple perspectives, recognizing […]

“The Twitter Presidency: How Donald Trump’s Tweets Undermine Democracy and Threaten Us All.”

Updated Twitter Presidency chapter published in Political Science Quarterly Greg Dickinson and Brian Ott have a published a revised chapter from their book The Twitter Presidency in Political Science Quarterly. The published chapter, “The Twitter Presidency: How Donald Trump’s Tweets Undermine Democracy and Threaten Us All,” appears in Volume 135 Number 4 2020. Online access: […]