Faculty Publications and Accomplishments: Highlights

Please note this page represents highlights of faculty scholarly activity. For more detailed information, please see individual faculty profiles.

  • Bargsten, Joey: “Passing Bird”, video accompaniment to live performance of music by Toru Takemitsu, performed at a concert of the New World Symphony, Miami Beach (January, 2014).
  • Charbonneau, Stephen Michael: “Claims to Be Heard: Young Self-Expressivity, Social Change, and the Educational Video Center.”
    Jump Cut: A Review of Contemporary Media (Summer 2011).
  • Marin, Noemi: “History ante portas ! Nicolae Ceauşescu’s Speech in Response to Timişoara Events and the Beginning of the 1989 Romanian Revolution.”
    Advances in the History of Rhetoric 11 (2008): 237–61.
  • Marin, Noemi, and Cezar M. Ornatowski, eds: “Collocutio : Transformational Speeches.”
    Advancements in the History of Rhetoric 11 (2008): 231–430.
  • Reilly, Susan Smith: “Geopolitics, Media, and the Public Sphere.”
    Political Communication Research: Approaches, Studies, Assessments. Vol. 2. Ed. David L. Paletz, 27–39. Norwood, NJ: 1996.
  • Robé, Chris, with Peter N. Funke and Todd Wolfson: “Suturing Working Class Subjectivities : Media Mobilizing Project and the Role of Media Building a Class-Based Social Movement.”
    tripleC 10, no. 1 (2012): 16–29.
  • Scodari, Christine: “‘Nyota Uhura Is Not a White Girl’: Gender, Intersectionality , and Star Trek 2009’s Alternate Romantic Universes.”
    Feminist Media Studies 12, no. 3 (2012): 1–17.
  • Sim, Gerald: The Subject of Film and Race: Retheorizing Politics, Ideology, and Cinema.
    Bloomsbury Academic: 2014.
  • Tracy, James F: “Covering ‘Financial Terrorism.’”
    Journalism Practice (2010): 1–17.
  • Williams, David Cratis: “Instant Democracy: Rhetorical Crises and the Russian Federation, 1991–2007.”
    Advances in the History of Rhetoric 9 (2006): 227–42.

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