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Graduate Program - Graduate Student Publications and Presentations

   Scott, J. A. (2008). Performing Unfeminine Femininity: A Performance of Identity Analysis of Bulimic Women’s Personal Narratives. Text & Performance Quarterly, 28, 116-138.
   Behrenshausen, B. (2007). Toward a (Kin)Aesthetic of Video Gaming: The Case of Dance Dance Revolution. Games and Culture, 2, 335-354.
    Martin, S., & Brophy, J. (2007).Proprietary information and the states’ freedom of access laws. South Carolina Law Review, 58, 832-853.

    Sirois, A., & Martin, S. (2006). Copyright law inadequacies. Information and Communication Technology Law, 15(1), 1-32.
    Wickersham, J. A., Sherblom, J. C., & Richmond, V. P. (2004). A twenty year retrospective on a research community: An analysis of scholarship published in Communication Research Reports (1984-2004). Communication Research Reports, 21, 437-444.
    Snow, D. (1999). An interview with the CEO of Eastern Maine Healthcare. Maine Management Review, 1(2), 2-10.

    Carmichael, K. (1996). Conceptualizing business communication. The Journal of Business Communication, 33, 327-329.

Graduate Student Papers and Presentations
2007-2008


    Scott, Julie-Ann. (2007, November). Performing disabled femininity: A theoretical exploration of the physically disabled feminine identity. Paper presented at the National Communication Association Convention, Chicago, IL

    Scott, Julie-Ann. (2007, November). Revising bodily texts to the dominant standard: A feminist rhetorical criticism of the makeover episode of America’s Next Top Model. Paper presented at the National Communication Association Convention, Chicago, IL

    Scott, Julie-Ann. (2007, November). The physically disabled feminine identity: Dismantling binaries and constituting continuums. Paper presented at the National Communication Association Convention, Chicago, IL.

2006-2007

   Brophy, J. (2007, May). “If I tell him he’s black, he’d probably kill hisself”: Challenging the invisibility of whiteness on The Chappelle Show. Paper presented at the Eastern Communication Association Convention, Providence, RI.

   Scott, J. A. (2006, November). Performing unfeminine femininity: Bulimic women’s personal narrative as performance of identity. Paper presented at the National Communication Association Convention, San Antonio, TX. [Top 3 Debut Paper in Performance Studies].

2005-2006

   Brophy, J. (2006, June). Commemoration and its role in community: Bridging the past. Paper presented at the Media Ecology Association Convention, Boston, MA.

2004-2005

   Fetterman, S. (2005, April). The feminine talk and the masculine walk: The role of gender in strategy selection during relationship disengagement. Paper presented at the Eastern Communication Association Convention, Pittsburgh, PA.
   Scott, J. A. (2005, April). “Honey, don’t eat that!” The role of other characters in bulimic women’s personal narratives: A performance of identity analysis. A paper presented at the Eastern Communication Association Convention, Pittsburgh, PA.
   Scott J.A. & Pratt. P. (2005). Disproportional enrollment of undergraduate students enrolled in majors nontraditional to their sex. Paper presented at the New England Educational Research Conference, Portsmouth, NH.
   Perez, K. (2004, November). Interrogating the intersections: Whiteness, brownness and Chicana identity. Paper presented at the National Communication Association Convention, Chicago, IL.
   Perez, K. (2004, November). Panelist on Interventions and reinventions: Interrogating feminist legacies, envisioning feminist futures. Presented at the National Communication Association Convention, Chicago, IL.

   Perez, K. (2004, November). Moving forward as an incest survivor/looking backward through a postcolonial lens. Paper presented at the National Communication Association Convention, Chicago, IL.

2003-2004

   Allen, D. F. (2004, April). How do we talk about dying? Reshaping medical discourse and identity through narrative. Paper presented at the Eastern Communication Association Convention, Boston, MA.
   Avery, R. (2004, April). How to do performance without performativity. Paper presented at the Eastern Communication Association Convention, Boston, MA.
   Avery, R. (2004), April). Shoah business: The political economy of Holocaust commemoriation and Jewish identity in America. Paper presented at the Central States Communication Association Convention, Cleveland, OH.
   Han, M. W. (2004, April). Who has the right to tell history? Paper presented at the Central States Communication Association Convention, Cleveland, OH.

   Hart, M. (2004, April). The essentializing of women in men’s magazines: A feminist rhetorical criticism of Maxim magazine. Paper presented at the Central States Communication Association Convention, Cleveland, OH.
   Hart, M. (2004, April). Journalistic practices and the selection of news: A rhetorical criticism of “The Summer of the Shark.” Paper presented at the Eastern Communication Association Convention, Boston, MA.
   Hart, M. (2004, April). Memory and the written word as applied to Memento. Paper presented at the Central States Communication Association Convention, Cleveland, OH.
   Perez, K. (2004, April). An American call center in India: Performing American culture in a globalized colonized context. Paper presented at the Eastern Communication Association Convention, Boston, MA.
   Perez, K. (2004, June). Chicanas like us: Locating a Chicana methodology. Paper presented at the National Women’s Studies Association Conference, Milwaukee, WI. [Women of Color Caucus 2004 Student Essay Award, Honorable Mention]
   Perez, K. (2004, June). Speaking from the shadows: Silence as resistance. Paper presented at the National Women’s Studies Association Conference, Milwaukee, WI.

   Rudolph, K. (2004, April). The journey to scare America: A generic and mythic criticism of the 2003 State of the Union Address. Paper presented at the Eastern Communication Association Convention, Boston, MA.
   Rudolph, K. (2004, April). Race, rabbit holes, and revelations: An analysis of the Matrix community. Paper presented at the Central States Communication Association Convention, Cleveland, OH.
   Rudolph, K. (2004, April). Review and analysis of Kenneth Burke’s identification: A practical application. Paper presented at the Central States Communication Association Convention, Cleveland, OH.
   Scott, J. A. (2004, April). We feed off each other. A paper presented at the Eastern Communication Association Convention, Boston, MA.
   Sullivan, E. (2004, April). Double trouble: Performance acts of gender and mimesis. Paper presented at the Eastern Communication Association Convention, Boston, MA.
2002-2003

   Cyr, S. (2003, April). The socialization of graduate teaching assistants: Communication apprehension and support behaviors. Paper presented at the Eastern Communication Association Convention, Washington, DC.
   Goodwin, A. (2003, April). Communication apprehension, the expectation of social support, and communication satisfaction in the culturally diverse workplace. Paper presented at the Eastern Communication Association Convention, Washington, DC.BR>
   Scott, J.A. (2003). The bulimic master narrative: Bulimic women’s personal narrative as performance of identity. Paper presented at the Eastern Communication Association, Boston, MA.

2000-2001

   Alley Young, G. (2000, November). The role of the peer facilitator in the experiential learning model of communication. Paper presented at the National Communication Association Convention, Seattle, WA.
   Alley Young, G. (2000, November. It has to start with two people who love each other: Narrative, commitment and same sex couple identity. Paper presented at the National Communication Association Convention, Seattle, WA.
   Alley Young, G. (2001, April). Living beyond identity: Women’s autobiographies of HIV/AIDS and activism. Paper presented at the Eastern Communication Association Convention, Portland, ME.

   Stokes, R. (2001, April). Native American autobiography: Redefining the subjective “I.” Paper presented at the Eastern Communication Association Convention, Pittsburgh, PA.

1999-2000

   Drisko, R. (2000, April). Celebrities: The intertextuality of performance. Paper presented at the Eastern Communication Association Convention, Pittsburgh, PA.
   O’Neill, M. (2000, April). (Re)Claiming an identity: An AIDS/Rape narrative. Paper presented at the Eastern Communication Association Convention, Pittsburgh, PA.
   Pardew, C. (2000, April). A performance of conformity: Exploring adolescent girls accounts of first sexual experiences. Paper presented at the Eastern Communication Association Convention, Pittsburgh, PA.
   Wilson, J. (2000, April). Real people: Performing corporate culture in rural Maine. Paper presented at the Eastern Communication Association Convention, Pittsburgh, PA.

   Young, G. R. (2000, April). The performance of complicity in women’s mother-in-law narratives. Paper presented at the Eastern Communication Association Convention, Pittsburgh, PA.

1998-1999

   Conway, C., & Phukanchana, T. (1999, April). All in a Woman’s Day: A longitudinal analysis. Paper presented at the Eastern Communication Association Convention, Charleston, WV.
   McDonald, J., & Cole, A. (1999, April). The influence of organizational culture on nursing work excitement and work frustration. Paper presented at the Eastern Communication Association Convention, Charleston,WV.
   Snow, D. (1999, April). Developing strategies for intercultural communication competence: An exploratory study in managing intercultural social predicaments. Paper presented at the Eastern CommunicationConvention, Charleston, WV.
   Stokes, R., & Young, G. (1999, April). The surname as an identity issue: An analysis of heterosexual and homosexual responses. Paper presented at the Eastern Communication Convention, Charleston, WV

1997-1998

   Ferrero, D. (1998, April). Framing and performance studies: Is it a valid relationship? Paper presented at the Eastern Communication Association Convention, Saratoga Springs, NY.
   Hirschmann, K. M. (1997, November). Women’s construction of chronic fatigueimmune dysfunction syndrome through their discourse: A phenomenological analysis. Paper presented at the National Communication Association Convention, Chicago, IL.
   Lind, J. (1998, April). A case study: Advancing performance boundaries, continuing the tradition by implementing computer technology into an oral communication of literature course. Paper presented at the Eastern Communication Association Convention, Saratoga Springs, NY.
   Withers, L. A., & Sherblom, J. C. (1998, April). Now that’s embarrassing! But why? A comparison of embarrassment typologies. Paperpresented at the Eastern Communication Association Convention, SaratogaSprings, NY.

 


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