Graduate Teaching Assistant, Ph.D. Candidate


  • Role:

    Graduate Student
  • Position:

    • Graduate Teaching Assistant, Ph.D. Candidate
  • Concentration:

    • Rhetorical criticism
    • Social issues
    • Critical/cultural studies
    • Resistance rhetoric
    • Public Memory
  • Department:

    • Communication Studies
  • Education:

    • Ph.D., Communication Studies (in progress), Colorado State University
    • M.S., Communication Studies, Utah State University, 2021
    • B.S., Communication Studies, Stephen F. Austin State University, 2019


Shelby R. Crow (she/her) is a Ph.D. Candidate in the Department of Communication Studies. Her research interests are in rhetoric and critical/cultural studies at the intersection of identity, resistance, and memory. Shelby has taught a variety of classes, including intercultural communication, interpersonal communication, public speaking, pop culture communication, and public argumentation. She currently is a TA for the history and theory of rhetoric and teaches public speaking.


Crow, Shelby R. Review of " E Cram, Violent Inheritance: Sexuality, Land, and Energy in Making The North American West." International Journal of Communication (2024): 542-544.

Crow, Shelby R. "The Collective Double Voice: Mobilizing Resistance While Stifling Racial Violence in the Silent Protest Parade." Southern Communication Journal (2023): 1-12.

Crow, Shelby R.  Review of "Sarah J. Jackson, Moya Bailey, and Brooke Foucault Welles, #HashtagActivism: Networks of Race and Gender Justice." Women's Studies in Communication (2023): 112-114.