Publications

Harry Archer. (2016). [Review of the book In the meantime: Temporality and cultural politics, by S. Sharma]. Canadian Journal of Communication, 41(2). Retrieved from http://www.cjc-online.ca/index.php/journal

Rebecca Avalos

Avalos, R. (in press). [Review of the book American exceptionalism and the remains of race: Multicultural exorcisms, by E. Fong]. Journal of Race and Policy.

Avalos, R. (in press). [Review of the book From South Texas to the nation: The exploitation of Mexican labor in the twentieth century, by J. Weber]. Journal of Mexican American History.

Nick Burk (with Koschmann, M. A.). (2016). Accomplishing authority in collaborative work. Western Journal of Communication, 80, 393–413. doi:10.1080/10570314.2016.1159728

Tajshen Campbell (with Morreale, S., & Staley, S.). (2015). A qualitative study of first-year college students’ perceptions of communication and computer-mediated communication technologies: Implications for faculty, staff, and administrators. Journal of the First Year Experience and Students in Transition, 27(1), 89–104.

Nicole Castro. (2015). [Review of the book Coming to narrative: A personal history of paradigm change in the human sciences, by Arthur P. Bochner]. Southern Communication Journal, 80, 335–337. doi:10.1080/1041794X.2015.1068366

Sarah Chorley (with Holt, S. I., Webb, L. M., Kropp, P. L., Hans, M. L., Conty, M., & Wilson, M. L.). (2013). Marital communication of needs, wants, and desires: Requests that function as effective and ineffective persuasive strategies. Forensic of Pi Kappa Delta, 98(2), 21–41.

Emma Collins. (2014, Fall). The view from Northern Ireland. Arts & Letters: The Magazine of Potter College at Western Kentucky University, 16–18.

Ace Eckstein. (2015). Problematizing transgender visibility in talk show interviews. Teaching Media Quarterly, 3(2), Article 1. Retrieved from http://www.teachingmedia.org/tmq

Elizabeth Eger

(with Ashcraft, C., & Scott, K.). (in press). Becoming technosocial change agents: Intersectionality and culturally responsive pedagogies as vital resources for increasing girls’ participation in computing. Anthropology and Education Quarterly.

(with Alvarez, W., & Bauer, J. C.). (2015). (Making a) difference in the organizational communication undergraduate course. Management Communication Quarterly, 29, 302–308. doi:10.1177/0893318915571352

 (with Deetz, S.). (2014). Developing a metatheoretical perspective for organizational communication studies. In L. L. Putnam & D. Mumby (Eds.), The Sage handbook of organizational communication: Advances in theory, research, and methods (3rd ed., pp. 27–48). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.

(with Tracy, S. J., Huffman, T. P., Malvini Redden, S., & Scarduzio, J.). (2014). Narrating the backstage of qualitative research in organizational communication: A synthesis. Management Communication Quarterly, 28, 423–432. doi:10.1177/0893318914536964

Blake Hallinan (with Striphas, T.). (2014). Recommended for you: The Netflix Prize and the production of algorithmic culture. New Media & Society. Advance online publication. doi:10.1177/1461444814538646

Stephanie Hartzell (with Simonson, P.). (in press). Robert K. Merton. In P. Moy (Ed.), Oxford bibliographies. New York, NY: Oxford University Press.

Elyse Janish (with Evans, S. B.). (2015).“#INeedDiverseGames”: How the queer backlash to GamerGate enables non-binary coalition. QED, 2(2), 125–150.

Jared Kopczynski (with Koschmann, M.). Stakeholder communication. In C. R. Scott & L. K. Lewis (Eds.), International encyclopedia of organizational communication. Hoboken, NJ: Wiley.

Adam Lauver. (2015). [Review of the book Voices of resistance: Communication and social change, by M. J. Dutta]. Southern Communication Journal, 80, 155–158. doi:10.1080/1041794X.2015.1009152

Meghann McGuire. (in press). [Review of the book Willful subjects, by S. Ahmed]. Rhetoric Society Quarterly.

Ricky Munoz (with Heath, R. G., & Fletcher, C. V.). (2013). Understanding Occupy from Wall Street to Portland: Applied studies in communication theory. Boulder, CO: Lexington Books.

Russell Parks

(with Tracy, K.). (2015). Discourses of religion. In K. Tracy (Ed.), The international encyclopedia of language and social interaction (pp. 456–465). Malden, MA: Wiley-Blackwell.

(with Boromisza-Habashi, D.). (2014). The communal function of social interaction on an online academic newsgroup. Western Journal of Communication, 78, 194–212. doi:10.1080/10570314.2013.813061

Katie Peters. (2015). “Showing we’re a team”: Acting and relating in online/offline hybrid organizational meetings. In T. Milburn (Ed.), Communicating user experience: Applying local strategies research to digital media design (pp. 63–86). Lanham, MD: Lexington Books.

Lydia Reinig. (2014). Compared to “the big city”: Cultural discourses of emplacement in the rural community. Ohio Communication Journal, 52, 70–84.

Amanda Szabo. (2015). Organizing the (sociomaterial) economy: Ritual, agency, and economic models. Critical Discourse Studies. Advance online publication. doi:10.1080/17405904.2015.1074597

Andi Watkins Davis. (in press). [Review of the book Democracy, deliberation, and education, by Robert Asen]. Southern Communication Journal.

Binjuan Xiong

(2015). Applied linguistics and intercultural communication. In M. Prosser (Ed.), A journey to the East: Asia in focus (pp. 359–369). Doerzbach, Germany: Dignity Press.

Xiong, B. (2015). Tell China’s story well? Cultural framing and online contestation. International Journal of Interactive Communication Systems and Technologies, 5(1), 26–40. 

(2013). The practice of reported speech in Chinese news reporting of China–USA trade disputes. China Media Observatory, 6, 9–12. Retrieved from http://www.chinamediaobs.org

Conference Presentations

Harry Archer

(2016, May). Timekeepers and stopwatches: Rhetorical chronographia. Paper to be presented at the meeting of the Rhetoric Society of America, Atlanta, GA.

(2016, February). Transportation as communication: An analytic framework. Paper presented at the meeting of the Western States Communication Association Convention, San Diego, CA.

(2015, May). Constructing the unimpeachable ethos: Lance Armstrong’s vow of silence. Paper presented at the meeting of the International Communication Association, San Juan, Puerto Rico.

Rebecca Avalos

(2016, February). Collaboration across meta-generations: Innovating critical pedagogy through queer mentoring. Participant on panel presented at the meeting of the Western States Communication Association, San Diego, CA.

(2014, November). Residual seeds of the 1968 East Los Angeles walk-outs: A flower seeds & seeds blossom a garden. Paper presented at the meeting of the National Communication Association , Chicago, IL.

Sarah Beck

(2016, February). “I am . . .”: Discourses of queer youth identity and experiences in digital video projects. Paper presented on the Top Papers Panel in Language and Social Interaction Interest Group at the meeting of the Western States Communication Association, San Diego, CA.

(2015, February). It’s not really a new kind of family: ABC Family’s The Fosters and the commodification of diversity. Paper presented at the meeting of the Western States Communication Association, Spokane, WA.

(2015, February). Subversion’s “Blurred Lines”: An examination of female subordination in performances of parody. Paper presented at the meeting of the Southwest Popular/American Culture Association, Albuquerque, NM.

(2014, April). We’re just bein’ Miley: Queer bloggers perceptions of appropriation of queer identity markers by mainstream fashion and celebrity culture. Paper presented at the meeting of the Southern States Communication Association, New Orleans, LA.

Nathan Bedsole

(2016, May). Assumable precarity? Interrogating “We Can’t Breathe” through the framework of dispossession. Paper presented at the meeting of the Rhetoric Society of America, Atlanta, GA.

(2015, November). Learning from Winston-Salem: Reclaimed architecture, ethical materiality, and the new publicity of public health rhetorics. Paper presented at the meeting of the National Communication Association, Las Vegas, NV.

(2015, November). Putin will teach you how to love: Structure and agency at the 2014 Sochi Olympics. Top Student Paper presented at the meeting of the National Communication Association, Las Vegas, NV.

(with Malkowski, J.) (2015, November). Architecture as antecedent for contemporary constructions of patient agency. Paper presented at the Association for the Rhetoric of Science and Technology’s Preconference Symposium on Agency in Honor of Carolyn R. Miller at the meeting of the National Communication Association, Las Vergas, NV.

(2014, November). Let’s start a pussy riot: Subverting discursive construction. Top Student Paper (Communication as Social Construction Division) presented at the meeting of the National Communication Association, Chicago, IL.

Norell Bond

(2015, November). Pussy Riot as a case study. Paper presented at the Preconference for the Urban Communication Acts of Resistance in Urban Spaces at the meeting of the National Communication Association, Las Vegas, NV.

(2015, February). Pussy riot and a case for emancipatory social movement research. Paper presented at the meeting of the Western States Communication Association, Spokane, WA.

(with mcclellan, e.) (2015, February). Earth First! A relational rhetorical approach to studying global social movements. Top Four Paper (Communication Theory and Research Interest Group) presented at the meeting of the Western States Communication Association, Spokane, WA.

Nick Burk

(2015, February). The constitution of laboratory space: An examination of “big science” culture. Paper presented at the meeting of the Western States Communication Association, Spokane, WA.

(2015, February). Towards a postmodern ethnography: Identity, voice, and qualitative inquiry. Top Student Paper (Organizational Communication Division) presented at the meeting of the Western States Communication Association, Spokane, WA.

(with Koschmann, K.). (2014, November). A communication framework of cross-domain coordination in scientific research. Top Paper (Organizational Communication Division) presented at the meeting of the National Communication Association, Chicago, IL.

Nicole Castro

(2016, March). Mindfulness and midterms: Combining Eastern philosophies and Western curriculums in the transition to graduate school. Paper presented at the meeting of the Eastern Communication Association, Baltimore, MD.

(2016, March). “If you really loved me, you’d sleep with me”: The discursive resource in coercive language. Poster presented at the meeting of the Eastern Communication Association, Baltimore, MD.

(2014, November). Teachers on teaching series: Honoring the pedagogy of Larry Frey, Tracy Russo, and Jordan Soliz. Speech presented at the meeting of the National Communication Association, Chicago, IL.

Claire Chase

(2015, November). The siloed city: 100 resilient cities as communication design intervention. Paper presented at the Urban Communication Foundation Preconference at the meeting of the National Communication Association, Las Vegas, NV.

(with Sprain, L., & Goldstein, B.). (2015, July). The Communicative Dimensions of Resilience: A Multiscalar Investigation. Paper presented at the Aspen Conference on Engaged Scholarship, Aspen, CO.

(2015, June). Bridging divided frames: Environmental disaster and everyday stress in resilience thinking. Speech presented at the Conference on Communication and Environment, Boulder, Colorado.

(with Soden, R., Palen, L., Arneson, E., Deniz, D., Sprain, L., Goldstein, B., Liel, A., Dashti, S., & Javernick-Will, A.). (2015, May). The polyvocality of resilience: Discovering a research agenda through interdisciplinary investigation & community engagement. Paper presented at the 12th International Conference on Information Systems for Crisis Response and Management, ISCRAM 2015, Kristiansand, Norway.

(2014, November). A case for applied rhetorical methodology. Paper presented at the meeting of the National Communication Association, Chicago, IL.

Ace Eckstein

(2016, February). Collaboration across meta-generations: Innovating critical pedagogy through queer mentoring. Participant on panel presented at the meeting of the Western States Communication Association, San Diego, CA.

 (with Elizabeth Eiger & Brianna Wiens). (2015, November). Embracing and centering transgender communication studies: Research(er) ethics, positionalities, and opportunities. Panel discussion participant presented at the meeting of the National Communication Association, Las Vegas, NV.

(2014, November). Transition, memory, and the interplay of gendered past and present: Towards a trans* temporality in original plumbing. Paper presented at the meeting of the National Communication Association, Chicago, IL.

Elizabeth Eger

(2016, February). Imagining qualitative organizational communication research beyond the quantitative specter: Introducing a comparative constructed focus group methods. Paper presented for the Organizational Communication Traditions, Transitions, and Transformations Conference, Austin, TX.

(2015, November). Creating justice and inclusion guidelines from organizational participants’ narratives: Applying difference-based fieldwork findings for varied organizational audiences. Paper presented at the meeting of the National Communication Association, Las Vegas, NV.

(with Ace Eckstein & Briana Wiens). (2015, November). Embracing and centering transgender communication studies: Research(er) ethics, positionalities, and opportunities. Panel discussion (and chair of panel) presented at the meeting of the National Communication Association, Las Vegas, NV. 

(with Tracy, S. J.). (2015, November). Organizing, analyzing and coding qualitative data: Creating a path through the maze. Short course presented at the meeting of the National Communication Association, Las Vegas, NV.

(2014, November). Constructing, deconstructuring, reconstructuring . . .: Mental disorders, the self, and identity. Paper presented at the meeting of the National Communication Association, Chicago, IL.

(with Fortney, J., & Tracy, S. J.). (2014, November). Key steps in qualitative analysis: Creating a path through the maze. Short course presented at the meeting of the National Communication Association, Chicago, IL.

Joanne Esch

(2015, May). Buy-in as vertical collaboration: Fostering intraorganizational commitment to interorganizational goals. Paper presented at the meeting of the International Communication Association, San Juan, Puerto Rico.

(2014, May). A moral compass for a practical discipline: Metaethics and the metamodel. Second ranked paper presented at the meeting of the International Communication Association, Seattle, WA.

(2014, April). Discourse frames utilized by victims and survivors of intimate partner violence: Improving victimpractitioner communication. Paper presented at the meeting of the Rocky Mountain Communication Association, Loveland, CO.

(2014, April). Policing at the center of the synopticon: Effects of citizen countersurveillance on police cultures. Paper presented at the Rocky Mountain Communication Association convention, Loveland, CO.

Constance Gordon

(2016, May.). If cities were hotels: Rhetorics of passing and displacement in the “new sharing economy.” Paper to be presented at the meeting of the Rhetoric Society of America, Atlanta, GA.

(2015, November). Food justice and/or farmworker justice: Examining the role of the fair food movement. Paper presented at the meeting of the National Communication Association, Las Vegas, NV.

(2015, November). What’s moving in social movements today?: Identifying trends and setting an agenda for studies in the rhetoric of (new social movements). Panel discussion participant (and cochair) presented at the meeting of the National Communication Association, Las Vegas, NV.

(2014, November). Certified capitalism: Discursive and material challenges to sustainability. Paper presented at the meeting of the National Communication Association, Chicago, IL.

(2014, November). #SolidarityIsForWhiteWomen in debate. Roundtable speech presented at the meeting of the National Communication Association, Chicago, IL.

Blake Hallinan

(2016, February). The future of trust: Utopian discourses of media and technology in the Department of Homeland Security’s Science and Technology Directorate. Paper presented at the meeting of the Western States Communication Association, San Diego, CA.

(2015, October). From Borking to streaming: The Video Privacy Protect Act and the normalization of media surveillance. Paper presented at the meeting of the Association of Internet Researchers, Phoenix, AZ.

(2015), March). “My context is my query: Algorithmic flow as emergent entertainment paradigm. Paper presented at the meeting of the Society for Cinema and Media Studies Conference, Montreal, Canada.

(2014, November). Recommended for you: The Netflix Prize and the production of algorithmic culture. Paper presented at the meeting of the National Communication Association, Chicago, IL.

(2014, November). Authenticated embodiment. Paper presented at the Department of Communication and Culture Colloquium “The Quantified Self: Technology and Everyday Life,” Bloomington, IN.

(2014, October). Animating access: HBO Go and the “ultimate viewing machine.” Paper presented at the meeting of the Midwest Popular Culture Association, Indianapolis, IN.

Stephanie Hartzell

(2016, May). Reimagining resistance: Racially privileged anti-racist rhetoric in the #BlackLivesMatter movement. Paper to be presented at the meeting of Rhetoric Society of America Conference, Atlanta, GA.

(2016, February). Collaboration across meta-generations: Innovating critical pedagogy through queer mentoring. Participant on panel presented at the meeting of the Western States Communication Association, San Diego, CA.

(2016, February). Roundtable: Anti-racism, alliance, and action: The fierce urgency of now. Participant on panel presented at the meeting of the Western States Communication Association, San Diego, CA.

(2015, November). An (in)visible universe of grief: Motherhood, affect, and anti-racist possibilities. Paper presented at the meeting of the National Communication Association, Las Vegas, NV.

(2015, February). Mothers mourning Trayvon: Motherhood, affect, and anti-racist possibilities. Paper presented at the meeting of the Western States Communication Association, Spokane, WA.

(2014, November). Blinded by the White: Color-blindness, conservatism, and constructions of American-ness. Paper presented at the meeting of the National Communication Association, Chicago, IL.

Danielle Hodge

(2016, November). Exploring Kendrick Lamar’s lived experience with systematic racism in To Pimp a Butterfly. Paper to be presented at the meeting of the American Studies Association, Denver, CO.

(2016, February). Kanye West’s construction of identity through overlapping frames and boasting. Paper presented at the meeting of the Western States Communication Association, San Diego, CA.

(2015), March). Rap music: Constructing identity and building relationships through boasting, story rounds, and overlapping frames. Paper presented at the Georgetown University Roundtable Conference on Diversity and Super-Diversity: Sociocultural Linguistic Perspectives, Washington, DC.

(2014, October). Intertextuality through overlapping frames: Kanye West & “Blood on the Leaves.” Paper accepted for presentation at the meeting of the Midwest Popular Culture Association, Indianapolis, IN.

(2014, April). Redefining the community: The confrontation of the hip-hop collective. Paper presented at the meeting of the Popular Culture Association, Chicago, IL.

(2014, February). Complicating masculinity and authenticity with hip hop. Paper accepted for presentation at the Lavender Languages & Linguistics Conference, Washington, DC.

Elyse Janish

(2015, November). Victims, villains, and heroes: The symbolic resistance of filibuster in the Texas State Senate. Paper presented at the meeting of the National Communication Association, Las Vegas, NV.

(2015, May). “#INeedDiverseGames”: How the queer backlash to GamerGate enables non-Binary coalition. Paper presented at the meeting of the Digital Games Research Association, Luneburg, Germany.

Daniel Kim

(2014, November). A chant of defiance: Imagin(in)g the visual–material rhetorics of Chicago. Paper presented at the meeting of the National Communication Association, Chicago, IL.

(2014, November). How to draw an aberrant God. Paper presented at the meeting of the National Communication Association, Chicago, IL.

Jared Kopczynski

(2015, November). Reimagining work/life balance as work/life struggle in terms of space. Paper presented at the meeting of the National Communication Association, Las Vegas, NV.

(2014, November). Looking back, looking ahead: Embracing critical perspectives to extend organizational communication research. Paper presented at the meeting of the National Communication Association, Chicago, IL.

Adam Lauver

(2016, April). Feeling free to (dis)agree: Negotiations of sameness and conflict avoidance in facilitated dialogues across differences. Paper presented at the Conflict Conference, The University of Texas at Austin.

(2015, November). (De)constructing rape culture: Ideology, membership, and framing in online discussions about rape. Paper presented at the meeting of the National Communication Association, Las Vegas, NV.

(with Parker, A., Reckard, B., & Russell, G.) (2015, July). Exploring modes of resilience within the prison-industrial complex: A democratic communication workshop. Speech presented at the Aspen Conference on Engaged Scholarship, Colorado.

(2015, May). “Think about fish and water”: Mapping metaphor, narrative, and ideology in David Foster Wallace’s 2005 Kenyon College commencement address. Paper presented at the David Foster Wallace Conference, Illinois State University, DeKalb.

(2015, April). Collaborative rhetoric(s) and the inequality of power: Toward a theory of the (un)civil tongue. Paper presented at the Conflict Conference, University of Texas at Austin.

Andrew Long

(2014, November). “Identity labor” in online interactions between divorced, nonresidential fathers. Paper presented at the meeting of the National Communication Association, Chicago, IL.

(with White, C.). (2014, July). Boundaries, “openness,” and transition: Young adults’ communication with parents about purchasing and consumption. Paper presented at the meeting of the International Association of Relationship Research, Melbourne, Australia.

(with McInnis-Hughes, K.). (2014, February). Closeness and affectionate communication of college siblings: Does distance, gender, and frequency matter? Paper presented at the meeting of the Western States Communication Association, Anaheim, CA.

Meghann McGuire

(2016, February). Collaboration across meta-generations: Innovating critical pedagogy through queer mentoring. Participant on panel presented at the meeting of the Western States Communication Association, San Diego, CA.

(2016, February). Scripting the precarious identity: Moving beyond the victim/survivor continuum. Paper presented at the meeting of the Western States Communication Association, San Diego, CA.

Ricky Munoz

(2016, February). The ethnographer as parrhesiastes: Theorizing contradiction in ethnographic accounts of violence in Denver anti-police protests. Paper presented at the meeting of the Western State Communication Association, San Diego, CA.

(2015, November). Violence and consensus: Deliberations on tactics in Occupy Portland. Paper presented at the meeting of the National Communication Association, Las Vegas, NV.

(2015, April). Actornetworks and trajectories of violence: Case studies ion protest from Boulder and Denver. Paper presented at the meeting of the Rocky Mountain Communication Association, Loveland, CO.

(2014, November). Modernity and the lifeworld: Environmental communication and anarchist modes of deliberation. Top Paper Panel presented at the meeting of the National Communication Association, Chicago, IL.

(2014, February). The People’s Library as memory and resistance: Lieux de mémorie of Occupy Wall Street. Top Graduate Paper presented at the meeting of the Rocky Mountain Communication Association Convention.

Eric Netterlund

(2016, May). “I’ve come to expect to be treated differently”: Joel Osteen’s rhetoric of providential privilege. Paper to be presented at the meeting of the Rhetoric Society of America, Atlanta, GA.

(2015, November). Heresies of personal finance: The neoliberal (mis)taking of theology to legitimate capitalism. Paper presented at the meeting of the National Communication Association.

(2015, February). Bodies, music-spaces, and radical style: Making the mega-church a place to remember. Paper presented at the meeting of the Western States Communication Association, Spokane, WA.

(2015, February). Place and the spatialization of spirit: An ecology of church-capital. Panel speech presented at the meeting of the Western States Communication Association, Spokane, WA.

(2014, November). Practice and belief: The complications of studying contemporary US Protestant fundamentalism. Paper presented at the meeting of the Religious Communication Association, Chicago, IL.

(2014, February). Eat more “Christian principles”: Boycotting Chick-Fil-A and the Christo-capitalist sensibility. Paper presented at the meeting of the Western States Communication Association, Anaheim, CA.

Katie Peters

(2015, May). “Showing we’re a team”: Relating and acting in online/offline hybrid organizational meetings. Paper presented at the meeting of the International Communication Association, San Juan, Puerto Rico.

(2014, November). “My biggest struggle with meetings”: An ethnography of communicative change in meetings. Paper presented at the meeting of the National Communication Association, Chicago, IL.

Lydia Reinig

(2015, November). Speaking analytically: Learning to analyze everyday talk examples in the communication classroom. Paper presented at the meeting of the National Communication Association, Las Vegas, NV.

(with Sprain, L.). (2015, June). Citizens speaking as experts: A grounded practical theory

of expertise discourse in deliberative forums. Paper presented at the Conference on Communication and the Environment, Boulder, CO.

(2014, November). Intellectual genealogy: Documenting invisible colleges in the age of digital communication. Speech presented at the meeting of the National Communication Association, Chicago, IL.

(2014, November). “Like compared in the big city”: Cultural discourses of Emplacement in the U.S. American rural community. Paper presented at the meeting of the National Communication Association, Chicago, IL.

(2014, November). Too close to home: Reasoning and reflecting on “fields” of “work” in fieldwork. Speech presented at the meeting of the National Communication Association, Chicago, IL.

Rebecca Rice

(2016, February). Glenn Greenwald, Edward Snowden, and the NSA: Journalists as technical/public sphere actors in national security deliberation. Paper presented at the meeting of the Western States Communication Association, San Diego, CA.

(2015, November). Impure political strategy in environmental nonprofits: Sierra Club’s endorsement of Green Works. Paper presented at the meeting of the National Communication Association, Las Vegas, NV.

(2015, February). Managing nonprofit tensions between art and business practices. Paper presented at the meeting of the Western States Communication Association, Spokane, WA.

(2014, November). The final word: The changing nature of accident reports after wildland firefighting deaths. Paper presented at the meeting of the National Communication Association, Chicago, IL

(2014, April). Failing “the vagina litmus test”: Feministing’s coverage of Hilary Clinton in 2008. Paper presented at the meeting of the Northwest Communication Association, Coeur D’Alene, ID.

(with Cullinan, M., Fadenrecht, K., & Martin, K.). (2014, April). What did you call me? Affectionate insults between same-gender friends. Paper presented at the meeting of the Northwest Communication Association, Coeur D’Alene, ID.

(with Kurpierz, K,. & Fotino, G.). (2014, April). Helping granny cross the street: How stereotypes of seniors keep them in poverty. Paper presented at the meeting of the Western Social Science Association, Albuquerque, NM.

Kristina Ruiz-Mesa

(2015, November). Challenging higher education from the inside: How a general education basic communication course can change a campus. Paper presented at the meeting of the National Communication Association, Las Vegas, NV.

(2015, November). Embracing opportunity: Strategies for survival by students and faculty of color in White academic spaces. Panel speech presented at the meeting of the National Communication Association, Las Vegas, NV.

(2015, May). Did you just see that? Using critical pedagogy and observation to teach about gender. Paper presented at the International Communication Association, San Juan, Puerto Rico.

(2015, May). Teaching gratitude and building academic confidence through peer non-verbal communication. Paper presented at the meeting of the International Communication Association, San Juan, Puerto Rico.

(2015, March). Understanding microaggressions and working for student success, satisfaction, and graduation. Speech presented at the 18th California State University Symposium on University Teaching, Los Angeles, CA.

(with Kurtin, K., Cornejo, V., & Covarrubias, S.). (2015, January). Parasocial influence on college student’s interracial relationships. Paper presented at the Hawaii University International Conference, Honolulu, HI.

(2014, November). On duty for diversity: Communication professionals on the front lines of institutional diversity. Paper presented at the meeting of the National Communication Association, Chicago, IL.

Amanda Szabo

(2016, February). Unveiling exploitation in startup talk. Paper presented at the meeting of the Western States Communication Association, San Diego, CA.

(2016, February). Towards a theory of organizational production of economies. Paper presented at the meeting of the Western States Communication Association, San Diego, CA.

(2014, November). Ritual animations of the economy. Poster presented at the meeting of the National Communication Association, Chicago, IL.

Brianna Wiens (with Ace Eckstein & Elizabeth Eiger). (2015, November). Embracing and centering transgender communication studies: Research(er) ethics, positionalities, and opportunities. Panel discussion presented at the meeting of the National Communication Association, Las Vegas, NV.

Bing Xiong

(2015, May). Relational rhetoric: A socio-cultural approach to rhetorical performance in Asian societies. Paper presented at the meeting of the International Communication Association, San Juan, Puerto Rico.

(2015, May). The evolving social norms for public discourse in China: A study of Chinese citizen–official interaction. Paper presented at the Political Communication Graduate Student Preconference at the meeting of the International Communication Association, San Juan, Puerto Rico.

(2014, November). Tell China’s story well? Cultural framing and online contestation. Paper presented at the IICD Honors Graduate Student Seminar at the meeting of the National Communication Association, Chicago, IL

(2014, May). Cultural terms for talk: Making sense of the Chinese “citizenship and interaction” in public confrontations. Top Student Paper presented at the meeting of the International Communication Association, Seattle, WA.

Other Accomplishments

Harry Archer: Will serve as volunteer panel docent and media lab attendant at the 2016 annual Conference on Community Writing, Boulder, CO; and as planning assistant and attendee at the 2016 Conference on Community and the Environment, preconference on Community and Resilience, Boulder, CO.

Rebecca Avalos: Keynote speaker and opening conference lecture for the 2016 California Community College Annual Leadership Conference hosted by Cerritos Community College in Los Angeles; reviewed for the Journal of Communication and Critical/Cultural Studies; served as CU-Boulder Student Government Diversity Representative; and was a guest speaker about race three times in 2015 on CU-Boulder Radio 1190.

Nick Burk: Secretary of, and Paper Reader for (2015), the Organizational Communication Interest Group of the Western States Communication Association.

Sarah Chorley: Gave an invited speech at the CU Anschutz Medical School on her research on exposure and response prevention therapy, December, 2015.

Emma Collins (with Rebecca Rice) received a 2016 CU-Boulder Grand Challenge Integrated Remote and In Situ Sensing Initiative (IRISS) grant for $3,000 for a project, called “Navigating the Politics and Ethics of Drones,” to study social-scientific aspects of drones.

Elizabeth Eger: Gave an invited speech, titled “Maximizing Your IT Career with Mentoring and Sponsorship: An AWIT Webinar, for CompTIA (an IT channel organization’s women and IT group), October 7, 2015; available at https://www.comptia.org/events/webinars/webinars-on-demand. Received (a) a $275 National Communication Association (NCA) Caucus Student Travel Grant from the Affirmative Action and Intercaucus Committee to support attendance at the 2015 convention; (b) a $1,000 Award (Spring 2015) from CARTSS (Center to Advance Research and Teaching in the Social Sciences) in support of her project “Organizational Communication Research for Transgender Outreach Organizing”; (c) the 2014–2015 GLBT Alumni Chapter award, which honors high academic achievement and remarkable contributions to the LGBTQ and allied community at CU-Boulder; and (d) honorable mention for the 2014 University of Colorado Graduate School Dissertation Completion Fellowship. Served as a Paper Reader (2015) for NCA’s Ethnography Division, the Organizational Communication Interest Group of the Western States Communication Association, and for Rocky Mountain Communication Association.

Joanne Esch: Competitively selected participant in the 2015 National Communication Association’s Doctoral Honors Seminar; received a travel grant award from the Philosophy, Theory, and Critique Division of the International Communication Association. Gave three invited presentations to the Colorado Implementation Collaborative, Denver, CO, September, October, and November 2015.

Constance Gordon: Presenter and facilitator of the Forward Food Summit on Race and Food Insecurity, Boulder, CO, April. 2015; cochair of the CU-Boulder Rhetoric Society of America Student Group.

Blake Hallinan: Curator for CU-Boulder’s Media Archeology Lab, editorial assistant to the book review editor for Cultural Studies, and reviewer for New Media & Society.

Stephanie Hartzell: Received the 2015 “Best Should Teach” Silver Award from CU-Boulder’s Graduate Teacher Program; 2015–2016 Lead Graduate Teacher for the Communication Department. One of two student representations (2015–2017) for the Western States Communication Association’s Organization for Women in Communication. Served as Paper Reader (2015) for the Critical/Cultural Studies Division and the Public Address Division of the National Communication Association. Member of CU-Boulder’s Student Government Diversity Commission.

Danielle Hodge: As an MA student at Syracuse University, awarded the 2015 J. Calvin Callaghan Graduate Student Achievement Award from the Department of Communication and Rhetorical Studies; obtained a certificate in university teaching

Dan Kim: Manuscript reviewer for Women’s Studies in Communication (2015).

Jared Kopczynsk: Awarded a 2015 Summer Research Fellowship at the University of Nordland Business School, Bodø, Norway.

Adam Lauver: Received the 2015 Doctoral Instructor of the Year Award from the Eta Phi Communication Honor Society, “in recognition of valuable contributions as a teacher.” Cofacilitator of two workshops for the Denver Reception and Diagnostic Center, Colorado Department of Corrections (Spring and Summer 2015).

Andrew Long: Received the 2014 “Best Should Teach” Silver Award from CU-Boulder Graduate Teacher Program; 2014–2015 Lead Graduate Teacher.

Ricky Munoz: Featured photographically in The Rocky Mountain Newsletter for receiving the Rocky Mountain Association’s Top Graduate Paper Award last year for his essay, “The People’s Library as Memory and Resistance: Lieu de Mémorie of Occupy Wall Street.” Board member of Boulder Relief Co.

Eric Netterlund: Received a 2016 CU-Boulder Graduate Summer Fellowship; Paper Reader (2014–2015) for the Rhetoric and Public Address Interest Group, Western States Communication Association; competitively selected participant in the 2014 National Communication Association’s Doctoral Honors Seminar.

Katie Peters: Awarded a 2015 Summer Research Fellowship at the University of Nordland Business School, Bodø, Norway.

Lydia Reinig: Appointed to the Graduate Student & Early Faculty Member Committee, Language and Social Interaction Division, International Communication Association. With David Boromisza-Habashi, she received a CARTSS (Center to Advance Teaching and Research in the Social Sciences) Grant to support their project, “Local Strategies for Coping with Public Speaking Anxiety: An Ethnographic Case Study.” Facilitator of the Understanding Risk Boulder Conference, University of Colorado (October, 2015).

Rebecca Rice (with Emma Collins) received a 2016 CU-Boulder Grand Challenge Integrated Remote and In Situ Sensing Initiative (IRISS) grant for $3,000 for a project, called “Navigating the Politics and Ethics of Drones,” to study social-scientific aspects of drones.

Kristina Ruiz-Mesa: Reviewer for: (a) Basic Communication Course Annual (2015), (b) Basic Course Division (2015) and the Latino/Latina Communication Studies Division (2013–2015) of the National Communication Association (2015), and (c) LGBTQ Division and Race and Ethnicity Division of the International Communication Association (2015). Recipient of: (a) Promising Course Redesign funds of $27,384 from the California State University (CSU) Chancellor’s Office (2015–2016); CSU Los Angeles (CSULA) $5,000 mini-grant for project on intercultural competency in communication classrooms (2015–2016); and CSULA $4,635 mini-grant recipient for project studying gender and identity in Cuban-American women (2014–2015). Presented at CSU President’s Council Panel on Innovative Learning (2015), and represented CSULA at the ALASS Workshop on Latino student retention in DC (2015). Application reviewer for the 2014 American Association of Hispanics in Higher Education (AAHHE) Graduate Fellowship Program.

Elisa Varela: Served on (a) CU-Boulder Diversity Commission, (b) CU-Boulder Graduate Students of Color Collective, and (c) Metropolitan State University’s Alumni Board of Directors.

Bing Xiong: Served as a Paper Reader (2015) for the Language and Social Interaction Division, the Political Communication Division, and the Communication & Technology Division of the International Communication Association.