Communication and philosophy faculty do more than teach. They research! Their research even enhances the classroom because faculty who actively research stay up on cutting-edge ideas in the profession and share that knowledge with students.
In the past year, faculty members have published journal articles, book chapters, academic commentaries, and edited collections.
Listed below are citations to recent scholarship published by our faculty:
Amber Davisson and Aaron Hess (Eds.). (2017). Theorizing Digital Rhetoric. New York, NY: Routledge.
Amber Davisson. ‘Hallelujah’: Parody, Political Catharsis, and Grieving the 2016 Election with Saturday Night Live. Communication Quarterly, 66(2), 196-213.
Amber Davisson (2017). Cases and Commentaries: Autoplaying Murder. Journal of Media Ethics, 32(2).
Amber Davisson (2017). Hunting the Mother Monster. In P. Booth & I. Menichiello (Eds.), Time Lords & Tribbles, Winchesters & Muggles (pp. 129-130). San Francisco, CA: Blurb.
Jamie Landau and Bethany Keeley-Jonker. “Conductor of public feelings: An affective-emotional rhetorical analysis of Obama’s national eulogy in Tucson.” Quarterly Journal of Speech (2018): 1-23.
Emily McGill. “Liberal Neutrality and Gender Justice,” Social Philosophy Today, Vol. 33 (2017): 91-111.
Emily McGill. “Feminist Social and Political Philosophy,” co-authored with Elizabeth Edenberg. in Hay Carol, editor. Philosophy: Feminism. Macmillan Interdisciplinary Handbooks: Philosophy series. Farmington Hills, MI: Macmillan Reference USA/Gale, a Cengage Company, 2017.