Honors Student Defends ThesisCommunication Studies Honors Student Timberly Southerland has successfully defended her Honors thesis, "The Politics Of Rhetorical Identification: A Critical Examination of Identification in Barack Obama’s 2008 Campaign Rhetoric."
Timberly's advisor was Dr. Nance Riffe, and committee members were Dr. Jason Black and Dr. Ashli Stokes.
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Book Examines Impact of TrumpTwo faculty members in the Department of Communication Studies edited the just-published The Personal Is Political: Body Politics in a Trump World.
The book, edited by Professor Christine S. Davis and Associate Professor Jonathan Crane, gathers a diverse collection of scholars to document the ways in which marginalized peoples have experienced the Trump administration. Essays ask the reader to... Book Examines Impact of Trump Read more >>