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Professor Emeritus Robert T. Craig specializes in communication theory and philosophy, discourse analysis and argumentation. He is an affiliate faculty member of the Culture, Language and Social Practice (CLASP) graduate certificate program. He joined our faculty in 1990, was chair of the Department of Communication for 2001-2005 and retired from full time teaching in 2014. He is a Distinguished Scholar of the National Communication Association (NCA) and a fellow and past president of the International Communication Association (ICA). He was founding editor of the ICA journal, Communication Theory, and currently serves as series editor of the ICA Handbook Series. He publishes widely in academic journals and books. Current projects include a book on communication theory and studies of meta-discourse with a focus on arguments about communication in public discourse.