SUMMARY OF WFU FACULTY INFORMATION FORMS

for

Reporting Professional Activities

 

Reynolda Campus

2003-2004

 

Department of Communication

 

I. Publications, Performances, Exhibits

II. Papers and Presentations

III. Editorships, Offices, and Consultancies

IV. External Grants Received

 

I.  Publications, Performances, Exhibits

 

Dalton, Mary

“Choosing Silence: Defiance and Resistance Without Voice in Jane Campion's The Piano” with Kirsten James Fatzinger in Women and Language, Volume XXVI, Number 2, Fall 2003, pp. 34-39.

 

I’m Not My Brother’s Keeper:  Leadership and Civil Rights in Winston-Salem, North Carolina, short documentary

 

            Forsyth Public Library’s “Black History Month Film Series,” February 3, 2004 at         the East Winston Heritage Center, February 8, 2004 at the Central Library, and   February 24, 2004 at the Rural Hall Branch Library.

 

Tom Whitaker:  Potter at Large, short documentary

 

      TLMFSFF, competitive screening, June 20, 2003 (but not included on last year’s      form)

 

      Downstream International Film Festival, competitive screening, September 18 and 21, 2003

 

      Cleveland County Community College, invited screening, October 16, 2003

 

      Film and Video Happening, Duke University, November 15, 2003

 

UNC-TV, broadcast after competitive review, November 22, 2003

 

Greensboro Public Library, December 5, 2003

 

Marist College, invited screening, March 10, 2004

 

Sam McMillan:  The Dot Man, short documentary

 

            Asheville Film Festival, invited screening, November 2003

 

            Greensboro Public Library, December 5, 2003

 

Dalton Got Hit, short documentary

 

      Center for Documentary Studies, works in progress screening, August 27, 2003

 

      Marist College, invited screening, March 10, 2004

 

Addie James:  Art Unbound, short documentary

 

      Merrill James Gallery, Davidson, NC, February 7, 2004

 

      Davidson College, invited screening, November 12, 2003

 

Reverence With Clay:  Crystal King Pottery, short documentary

 

      Center for Documentary Studies, works in progress screening, March 17, 2004

 

Giles, Steve

Dusenbury, L., Hansen, W.B., & Giles, S.M. (2003). Teacher training in norm setting approaches to drug education: A pilot study comparing standard and video-enhanced methods. Journal of Drug Education, 33(3), 325-336.

 

Hyde, Michael

Michael J. Hyde (Ed.), The Ethos of Rhetoric (University of South Carolina Press, 2004)

 

“The Ontological Workings of Dialogue and Acknowledgment,” in Dialogic Approaches to Communication, eds. Rob Anderson, Leslie Baxter, and Kenneth Cissna (Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage, 2004), 57-73

 

“The Gift of Acknowledgment,” in Experiences Between Philosophy and Communication: Engaging the Philosophical Contributions of Calvin O. Schrag, ed. Ramsey Eric Ramsey (Albany, NY:  State University of New York, 2004), 25-45.

 

 “Rhetorically, We Dwell,” In Michael J. Hyde (ed.), The Ethos of Rhetoric (University of South Carolina Press, 2004), xiii-xxviii.

 

 

 “Rotten With Perfection:  The Media and Communication Ethics,” Academic Keynote Address, School of Communication, University of Denver, Inauguration of the University’s new Media Center, February 2004.  I also gave two presentations to faculty and graduate students on my forthcoming book: The Life-Giving Gift of Acknowledgment.

 

 “Acknowledging the Other: Communication and Service Learning Projects,” Keynote Address, Denison University, Service Learning Center and the Department of Communication, March 2004.  Also gave two presentations in classes in the Department of Communication on my forthcoming book: The Life-Giving Gift of Acknowledgment.

 

 

Ingram, Brett

Film Festival Screenings:

 

Asheville Film Festival (Asheville, NC)

eKsperim[E]nto Film Festival (Manila, Phillipines)

Animator’s Social (911 Media Arts Center, Seattle WA)

Wilmington Film Series

Microcinema (Winston-Salem, NC)

Slamdance Film Festival (Park City, UT)

Durango Film Festival

Ann Arbor Film Festival

Cinema Epicuria - Sonoma Valley Film Festival

Other Cinema (San Francisco, CA)

HiLo Film Festival (San Francisco, CA)

Full Frame Documentary Film Festival (Durham, NC)

Iowa City International Documentary Film Festival

Hi Mom Film Festival (Chapel Hill, NC)

Cucalorus Film Festival (Wilmington, NC)

Brooklyn Underground Film Festival Weekly Series

 

 

Louden, Allan

Emotion and political cognition: A test of bipolar, two-dimensional, and discrete models of emotion in predicting involvement and learning (2003). Communication Monograph, 70, 250-263. (With C. Hullett and A. Mitra)

 

When training inhibits education: The currents state of extemporaneous speaking (2003, December). Rostrum, 78, 9-17. (With B. Householder)

 

Vanishing Differences–a Trainer’s Perspective on Ljubljana. (2003, October). Idebate Magazine: International Debate Education Association, 4, 31-33.

 

“Love your enemy”: The press response to Jesse Helms’ retirement. (2003), Carolinas Communication Annual, 19, 1-16. (With L. Littlefield)

 

 

 

Llewellyn, John

Coachtalk: Good Reasons for Winning and Losing” chapter eight in Case Studies in Sport Communication, Robert S. Brown and Daniel J. O’Rourke, III, editors, Praeger: Westport, CT., 2003.

 

McMillan, Jill

McMillan, J. J. (2004). The potential for civic learning in higher education: Teaching democracy by being democratic.  Southern Speech Communication Journal, Vol. 69, 3, pp. 188-205.

 

 

 

Mitra, Ananda

Mitra, A. (2004).  Student attitudes towards web sites.  Academic Exchange Quarterly, 8(1).

Hullett, C., Louden, A., and Mitra, A. (2003).  Emotion and political cognition: A test of bipolar, two-dimensional, and discrete models of emotion in predicting involvement and learning.  Communication Monograph, 70, 250-263.

Mitra, A. (2003).  Diasporic online communities.  In K. Christensen and D. Levinson (Eds.) Encyclopedia of Community, (1019-1020).  Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.

Mitra, A. (July, 2003).  Exploring web usage and selection criteria among students.  Proceedings of the 7th World Multiconference on Systematics, Informatics and Cybernetics.

Mitra, A. (June 2003).  Cybernetic Space: Our new dwelling place.  Proceedings of the Hawaii International Social Science Conference.

Mitra, A. (2002).  Deciding what programs to offer.  Management Strategy, 26(2), 1, 4.

 

Watts, Eric

“Ethos of a Black Aesthetic: an exploration of Larry Neale’s Visions of a

            Liberated Future,” in The Ethos of Rhetoric ed. Michael J. Hyde (Columbia, SC.:

            University of South Carolina Press, 2004)

 

Zulick, Margaret

“The Ethos of Invention: The Dialogue of Ethics and Aesthetics in Kenneth Burke and Mikhail Bakhtin” Chap. in The Ethos of Rhetoric. Ed. Michael J. Hyde. Columbia: U of South Carolina P, 2004.

 

           

II.  Papers and Presentations

Dalton, Mary

Panelist, “Who Owns Your Work?  University Policies on Intellectual Property and     Copyright” at University Film and Video Association on August 7, 2002.

 

Panelist, “Feminist Film Pedagogy” at University Film and Video Association on   August 8, 2002.

 

Hanging Out, Hooking Up, a reading from and formal response to my original screenplay (co-authored with Lisa Williams) at the University Film and Video Association Annual Conference in Ithaca, New York on August 8, 2002

 

Screenwriting Workshop (presented with Dale Pollock) at the North Carolina Writer’s Network Fall Conference, November 17, 2002

 

Screenwriting Panel Moderator and presenter of “The Gendered Narrative” at the Riverrun International Film Festival, April, 2003 (specific date forthcoming).

 

Giles, Steve

Giles, S.M., Bishop, D., Jackson-Newsom, J., Bryant, K., & Ringwalt, C. (2003).  “Improving Teachers’ Delivery of a Substance Use Prevention Curriculum Via an Internet Training System.”  Paper presented at the 2003 National Communication Association convention in Miami, FL, November 19-23, 2003.

 

Giles, S.M. & Jackson-Newsom, J. “Assessing Program Adherence in the All Stars Substance Abuse Prevention Program.”  Paper accepted for presentation at the 2004 Society for Prevention Research convention in Quebec City, Canada, May 26-28, 2004.

 

Hazen, Michael

“A Message Based Analysis of Hall’s High-Context and Low-Context Theory:

The Case of China and the US” (with Jennifer Willyard and Subrata Dey).  National Communication Association, November, 2003, Miami Beach.

 

Panelist “Future Directions of the American Branch of the Russian Communication Association.” National Communication Association, Miami Beach, November 2003.

 

Panelist, “Cultural, National, and Practical Issues in Developing Communication Studies Programs in Post-Socialist Countries.”  National Communication Association, November, 2003, Miami Beach.

 

“A Theory of Messages.”  International Communication Association, May, 2004, New Orleans.

 

“The Role of Argument in Communication and Culture.”  Wake Forest University Venice Argumentation Conference, June, 2004.

 

Hyde, Michael

 “The Rhetor as Hero and the Pursuit of Truth: The Case of 9/11.  Presented at the Annual Convention of the National Communication Association (NCA), Miami, Florida, 2003.

 

 “Acknowledgement, Teaching, and Epideictic Rhetoric: A Reading of Tuesdays with Morrie. Presented at NCA, Miami, Florida, 2003.

 

 “Heidegger’s Hermeneutic Phenomenology and the Rhetorical Tradition.”  Presented at NCA, Miami, Florida, 2003.

 

 “A Rhetoric of  ‘Welcoming’ and ‘Home’:  A Defense of the “Feminine” in Emmanuel Levinas’ Judaism.” Presented at NCA, Miami, Florida, 2003.

 

 “Kenneth Burke and Emmanuel Levinas on ‘Being Rotten with Perfection’.”  Presented at NCA, Miami, Florida, 2003.

 

 “Communication Ethics in Moments of Crisis.” Presented at NCA, Miami, Florida, 2003.

 

 “The Call of Conscience, Acknowledgment, and Perfection.” To be presented at the Rhetoric Society of America, Austin, TX, May 2004

 

 “The Practice of Acknowledgment:  A Basis for Research in Communication Ethics.”  To be presented at The 8th Annual Communication Ethics Conference, Duquesne University, Pittsburgh, PA, June 2004

 

 

Ingram, Brett

“Dialogue and Documentary:  Integrating Service Learning and Media Production” (co-authored with Mary M. Dalton) presented at the Beyond the Theory of Practice Conference in Cardiff, Wales on November 21, 2003.

 

Louden, Allan

Building an Interactive Web: A Survey of Official Political Campaign Web Sites from the 2000 Election. Poster Session for Visual Communication Division, With Sarah Hjelm,, National Communication Association, Miami, November 2003. 

 

Echoes of Academic Debate in Televised Debate Preparations: The Case of Elizabeth Dole's 2002 Senate Campaign. Chair and presenter, panel: Political Consulting: Engaging Argument in the Campaign Context. National Communication Association, Miami, November 2003. 

 

The Guerilla Girls: Controversy in Intercollegiate Debate, (Respondent) National Communication Association, Miami, November 2003. 

 

Virtual Criticism: The Visual Presentation of Negativity in the 2002 Senate Campaign Websites and its Creation of Candidate Image. With Beth Johnson. National Communication Association, Miami, November 2003.

 

 

Llewellyn, John

“Creating Media Outrage: Reporting Practices in the Hot Coffee Case,” paper with graduate student Denise Jodlowski, presented at the Western States Communication Association Convention, Albuquerque, February 15, 2004

 

McMillan, Jill

McMillan, J.J. (June 29-July 2,  2003).  Deliberative Democracy Seminar.  Invited participant.  Kettering Foundation, Dayton, OH.

            McMillan, J.J. (October 23-24, 2003).  Research Report to the Deliberative Democracy Seminar. Kettering Foundation, Dayton, OH.

            Harriger, K.J. & McMillan, J.J. (November 20, 2003). “Deliberation and empowerment:  A campus experiment in deliberative democracy.”  Paper presented at the International Conference on Civic Education Research, New Orleans, LA.

            McMillan, J.J., Blackman, K., Cozza, G., Hall, A., Jerome, R., McInnis, L., Sogabe, S.,, & Willyard, J. (November,, 2003).  “Why they hate us:  the U.S. corporate voice and the rejection of the Kyoto protocol.”  Paper presented at the National Communication Association Annual Convention, Miami, Florida.

            McMillan, J.J. (April 1-2,  2004).  Deliberative Democracy Seminar.  Invited participant.  Kettering Foundation, Dayton, OH.

            McMillan, J. J. (April 2-4,  2004).  “The ACC expansion and the muting of the academic voice.” Central States Speech Association Annual Meeting, Cleveland, Ohio.       

 

Mitra, Ananda

"Analyzing CMC data.” Paper presented at the Pre-Conference of the National Communication Association Annual Convention, Miami, FL, November 2003.

"Collecting community input in the leisure planning process.” Educational session presented at the Annual conference of the National Recreation and Parks Association, St. Louis, MO, October 2003.

“Exploring web usage and selection criteria among students.” 7th World Multiconference on Systematics, Informatics and Cybernetics, Orlando, FL, July 2003.

"Cybernetic Space: Our new dwelling place" Hawaii International Social Science Conference, Honolulu, HI, June 2003.

Paper presented at the Annual Conference of the International Communication Association, San Diego, CA, May 2003.

 

Watts, Eric

“To Whom Do These Words Belong?: the commercial appropriation of Martin

Luther King’s ‘Dream’.” National Communication Association, Miami,

November 2004.

 

“Researching ‘Race’ and Muting Voice.” National Communication Association,

Miami, November 2004.

 

“Ways of Knowing through Qualitative Research in Rhetorical Criticism.”

National Communication Association, Miami, November 2004.

 

Zulick, Margaret

 

“Dialectic, Analytic and Rhetoric: Between Norms and Phenomena.” Thirteenth NCA/AFA Conference on Argumentation, Alta, UT, August 2003.  

 

“Do We Have a Rhetorical Tradition?:” Position Statement for The Alliance Of Rhetoric Societies (ARS) Conference on the Status and Future of Rhetorical Studies: Proposal for Four Initiatives, Evanston, Ill., September, 2003.

 

“The Ethics and Aesthetics of World Building: Rhetorical Invention as Mythopoiesis.” Paper presented to the National Communication Association, Miami, FL, November 2003.

 

Margaret D. Zulick and Andrew Leslie, “The ‘Pure-Bred’ Dog and the Semiosis of Race: The American Kennel Club, the Eugenics Movement, and the Constitution of Purity in the Politics of Identity.” Rhetoric Goes Public: The Goodnight Years at Northwestern: Conference in Honor of G. Thomas Goodnight, Northwestern University, Evanston, Ill., April 2004.

 

 

“Ethics and Aesthetics, Argumentation and Style: Toward a Reinvigoration of Rhetorical Invention.” Paper presented to the Rhetoric Society of America, Austin, TX, May 2004.

 

 

 

 

III.  Editorships, Offices, and Consultancies

Dalton, Mary

Editorial Board Creative Screenwriting.

 

 

Giles, Steve

Chair-elect, Early Career Preventionists Network of the Society for Prevention Research Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD), 3 days consulting

 

 

Hazen, Michael

Associate Editor, Controversia

Associate Editor, Argumentation and Advocacy

Board of Directors, Russian Communication Association, American Branch

Program Planner, Russian Communication Association for National Communication Association Convention, Chicago, November 2004.

 

Hyde, Michael

Quarterly Journal of Speech

Philosophy and Rhetoric

External reviewer for Journal of Applied Communication Research

External reviewer for Journal of Rhetoric and Public Affairs

External reviewer for University of Missouri Press

 

 

Louden, Allan

Forum Editor, Contemporary Argumentation and Debate: Journal of CEDA, 2004-Editorial Board for

Speaker and Gavel

Contemporary Argumentation and Debate: Journal of CEDA

Argumentation and Advocacy:

Journal of the American Forensics Association.

 

Committee on International Discussion and Debate (CIDD) with National Communication Association, Term 2004-7.

 

Consultant/Speech Writer, Bob Brown/Dave Lewis Governor Campaign, Montana, 2003-4 (One week in Montana and approx 5 hr/wk, to date).

 

Llewellyn, John

Reviewer for scholarly journals:

Public Relations Review

      “Teaching Public Relations Activism . . . “ 10/10/03

      “Identities, Positioning, . . .  Strategy.”  3/09/04

Southern Communication Journal

      MS. 1501 9/01/03

      MS. 1550 “Moving Pictures” 3/14/04

Management Communication Quarterly

      03-057  Leadership Scandal . . . Crisis Communication”   11/23/03

Communication Law Review

      “An Argument Falls in the Woods” 1/06/04

Consultation with United Way of High Point; workshop/presentation on public speaking training, July 10, 2003—half-day

 

 

McMillan, Jill

Editorial Board—Southern Communication Journal

                         Management Communication Quarterly

 

Reviewer-       Western States Communication Journal

 

 

Mitra, Ananda

Reviewed two manuscripts for Critical Studies in Mass Communication

Serving as the guest editor for a special issue of New Media and Society

Member of the editorial review board for Critical Studies in Mass Communication

Member of the editorial review board for New Media and Society

Worked with Management Learning Laboratories in assessment of park and recreation services in several communities.  Mostly in summer and during winter breaks with about 1 day per month during school year.

 

Watts, Eric

 

Editorial Board, Critical Studies in Media Communication

            Editorial Board, Quarterly Journal of Speech

            Editorial Board, Communication Quarterly

 

Zulick, Margaret

Editorial Board, Quarterly Journal of Speech

Editorial Board, Philosophy and Rhetoric

 

 

 

 

IV.  External Grants Received

Dalton, Mary

Topic:

Folk Potter Documentary

Agency:

 

North Carolina Arts Council

$  Requested:

$2,500

 

$  Funded:

$2,500

 

Giles, Steve

Topic:

Training substance abuse prevention teachers via a web-based intervention

Agency:

 

National Institutes of Health

$  Requested:

$750,000

 

$  Funded:

$750,000 (WF=$225,000)

 

Topic:

Program fidelity in substance abuse

Agency:

NIH

$  Requested:

$26,000

$  Funded:

$26,000

 

 

Louden, Allan

Topic:

Southeast Europe Youth Leadership Institute (SEEYLI), with Dr. Pia Wood, International Studies

Agency:

 

Open Society Institute and US State Department

$  Requested:

$174, 919

 

$  Funded:

$174,919

 

McMillan, Jill

Topic:

Deliberative Democracy—Longitudinal Study

Agency:

The Kettering Foundation

 

 

$  Funded:

$25, 000 for 2003-04

 

Mitra, Ananda

Topic:

Tobacco use in India

 

Agency:

 

RITC

 

$  Requested:

10,000

 

 

$  Funded:

 

 

 

 

 

Topic:

Web-based education for Medical professionals

Agency:

NIH

$  Requested:

10% of salary

$  Funded:

10% of salary