The scholarship of Chris House, one of three predoctoral diversity fellows in the School of Humanities and Sciences, will appear in a special January 2012 volume of the Memphis Theological Seminary Journal. The volume focuses on rhetoric and religion.
Donathan Brown, assistant professor in the Department of Communication Studies and former H&S predoctoral diversity fellow, authored a chapter in the Anti-Immigration in the United States Encyclopedia, a volume just released by ABC-CLIO.
Dr. Howard Erlich, Department of Communication Studies (H&S), will speak at the noon hour on Thursday, October 27. The title of his presentation is "The Humanities and Higher Education: Some Inconvenient Truths About Endangered Species."
Danette Johnson, Professor of Communication Studies, and Greg Acquavella '11, an alum of the Communication Studies program, have co-authored an article titled, "Organization-public relationship satisfaction and intention to retain a relationship with a cell phone service provider", which will be published in The Southern Communication Journal in 2012. Greg is currently a graduate student in the Roy H. Park School of Communications.
Donathan Brown, one of four predoctoral diversity fellows in the School of Humanities and Sciences, recently authored a chapter accepted for publication in a book that will be published by Cambridge Press Scholars in the United Kingdom (2010). The edited book is titled: Domestic Policy Discourse in the 'New World Order'. Professor Brown's chapter is grounded in his...