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Peter Brunette, “God’s Jester,” essay to accompany DVD of Roberto Rossellini’s The Flowers of St. Francis (Criterion Collection, Fall 2005).
Peter, voiceover co-commentary on DVD of Francois Truffaut’s Shoot the Piano Player (Criterion Collection, December, 2005).
Peter Brunette, “A Movement is Born,” essay to accompany DVD of Vittorio DeSica’s The Children Are Watching Us (Criterion Collection, Spring 2006).
The Sitcom Reader:
“Our Miss Brooks: Situating Gender in Teacher Sitcoms” in The Sitcom Reader:
“Making Condoms Transgressive:
Martha in Lattimore, short/feature documentary (depending on how categories are constructed)
RiverRun International Film Festival, March 17 and 18, 2006
George Lindsey UNA Film Festival, March 3, 2006
Black Maria Film & Video Festival
Director’s Citation Award (honorable mention)
Real to Reel Film Festival, July 23, 2005.
Winner Best Documentary.
Tom Whitaker: Potter at Large, short documentary
Reverence With Clay: Crystal King Pottery, short documentary
HPIFF, June 10, 2005.
Winner Best Documentary.
Bishop, D.C., Bryant, K.S., Giles, S.M., Hansen, W.B. & Dusenbury, L. (in press). Simplifying the delivery of a prevention program with web-based enhancements. Journal of Primary Prevention.
HAZEN, M.D., WILLIAMS, D.C. VAN EEMEREN,
F. & HOUTLOSSER, P. (EDS.),(JUNE
2006). CONTEMPORARY PERSPECTIVES ON
ARGUMENTATION: VIEWS FROM
HAZEN, M.D (JUNE 2006). ARGUMENT AND
CULTURE: SEEING ONE WHILE SEEING THE
OTHER. IN HAZEN, M.D., WILLIAMS, D.C.
VAN EEMEREN, F. & HOUTLOSSER, P.
(EDS.),. CONTEMPORARY PERSPECTIVES ON
ARGUMENTATION: VIEWS FROM
Helme, D.W., Borland, R., Young, S., Nycum, C., & Buller, D.B. (2006). The Development and Validation of a Coding Protocol to Measure Change in Tobacco Control Newspaper Coverage. Health Promotion Practice, 7(1): 103-109.
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THE LIFE-GIVING GIFT OF ACKNOWLEDGMENT: A
PHILOSOPHICAL AND RHETORICAL INQUIRY (
Chapter in volume on corporate ethics in book edited by Steve May.
““Whose Ethics? Whose Leadership?: Revenue Sports and University Integrity.” In Cases in
Organizational Communication: Ethical Perspective and Practices (ed. Steven
K. May) Sage Publications:
CAD Forum: Debating Dogma and Division: (2005). Contemporary Argumentation and Debate. Cross-Examination Debate Association, 40-94.
Real People Vote: The Iraqi Elections (2005). Idebate Magazine: International Debate Education Association, 5, 26-29.
Screenings: Jackson Sandwich
McMillan, J.J. (in press) Why corporate
responsibility? Why now? How? In G. Cheney, S. May and J. Roper (Eds.), The Debate over Corporate Social Responsibility.
Meisenbach, R.J. and McMillan, J.J. Organizational
Rhetoric: History and Review. (in press). In C. Beck
(Ed.) Communication Yearbook,
Harriger, K.J. and McMillan, J.J. (in press)
Contexts for Deliberation: Experimenting
with Democracy in the classroom, on Campus, and in the Community.. In J.D. Dedrick (Ed.). Deliberation and Higher Education
O’Brien, M., et. al. including Mitra, A. (2006). Single question about drunkenness to
detect college students at risk for injury. Academic Emergency Medicine.
Kemper, K., Gardiner, P., Gobble, J., Mitra, A. and Woods, C. (2006).
Randomized Controlled Trial Comparing Four Strategies for Delivering
eCurriculumtoHealth Care Professionals. BMC Medical Education, 6(2).
Mitra, A. (2005). Weaving a new web. Parks and Recreation, June 2005 (available at:http://www.nrpa.org/content/default.aspx?documentId=2298).
Mitra, A. (2005). Creating Immigrant Identities in Cybernetic space: Examples from a Non Resident Indian Website. Media, Culture and Society, 27(3), 371-390.
Mitra, A., Joshi, S., Kemper, K. (September 2005). Web based continuing education: Exploring the case of medical professionals. Proceedings of CATE 2005.
Mitra, A. (June 2005). Creating identities in cybernetic space. Proceedings of E-Society 2005.
Rogan, R.G., & Hammer, M.R. (2006). The emerging field of crisis/hostage
negotiation: A communication-based perspective. In J. Oetzel & S. Ting-
Toomey (Eds.), Handbook of conflict communication. (pp. 451-478). Thousand
Oaks, CA: Sage.
“Border Patrolling and ‘Passing’ in Eminem’s 8 Mile, Critical Studies in Media Communication 22 (August 2005): 187-206.
"Dialectic, Analytic and Rhetoric:
Between Norms and Phenomena."
Critical Problems in Argumentation: Selected Papers from the 13th Biennial
Conference on Argumentation Sponsored by the American Forensics Association and
National Communication Association August, 2003. Ed.
Charles Arthur Willard.
Served on an invited panel on the
relationship between teaching and scholarship at
Spoke on Wong Kar-Wai’s 2046 at NCSA (December, 2005).
Gave two lectures at
the Personal Becomes Political and the Result is Irresistable”
paper with Laura R. Linder to be presented at Console-ing
Passions Conference in
“Invisible Writing: How Research, Conceptualization, Tape Logs, and Paper EDLs Shape the Thinking Out of a Documentary” paper presented at part of the panel The Writing Behind the Writing for Media at the Broadcast Education Association Convention in Las Vegas on April 29, 2006.
“Silence and Voice in Cinema: Limitations of Voice as a Singular Metaphor
for Empowerment” paper presented at Creative Action: Gender and the Arts
Privileging Liberal Feminism in Daily Sitcom Life” co-authored with Laura R.
Linder and presented at the Women & Society Conference at
of Reverence With Clay: Crystal King Pottery at the University
Film and Video Association conference in
S.M., Helme, D., Krcmar, M.
Disordered Eating Behavior Among
Krcmar, M., Helme, D., &
Giles, S.M. (2005). “Understanding
the Process: How Mediated and Peer Norms Affect Young Women's Body
Esteem.” Paper presented at the 91st
annual convention of the National Communication Association in
D.W., Donohew, R.L., Baier, M., Zittleman, L. (June 2006). A classroom-administered simulation of a television campaign on
adolescent smoking: Testing an activation model of information exposure.
Paper to be presented at the 2006 Convention of the International Communication
Giles, S.M., Helme, D.W., Krcmar, M.B., Bollmer,
G., & Rudolph, S. (June 2006). The
effect of sensation-seeking and social norms on disordered eating among college
freshman. Paper to be presented at the 2006 Convention of the International
Stephenson, M.T. & Helme, D.W. (Fall 2005). Parenting your sensation-seeking adolescent: implications of parenting
styles for buffering cigarette and marijuana use. Paper presented at
the 2005 Annual Convention for the National Communication Association,
Giles, S.M., Helme, D.W., & Krcmar, M.B. (Fall 2005). Predicting
Disordered Eating Behavior Among
Krcmar, M.B., Giles, S.M.
& Helme, D.W. (Fall 2005). Understanding the Process: How Mediated and
Peer Norms Affect Young Women's Body Esteem. Paper presented at the 2005
Annual Convention for the National Communication Association,
3 Presentations at NCA
1 Presentation at ECA
1 Presentation a RSA (Rhetoric Society of
Communication Law Review (CLR)
Public Relations Review (PRR)
Management Communication Quarterly (MCQ)
Panel Session: Political and Argument.
Scholarship: Marilyn J. Young's Contributions. Panelist, National
“Unique” Qualities of Political Debates in Statewide Races: The Case of
Diversity Sessions. Lecturer, Southeast Europe Youth Leadership Institute (SEEYLI)
UFVA Conference Panelist on Collaboration In Media 8/3/05
J.J. (November, 2005). “A Tribute to
Sandra Ragan,” Invited
participant. National Communication Association Annual Convention,
Differences in attitudes towards computer based training and course
retention: Push and pull delivery modes.” (A. Mitra,
S. Joshi, K. Kemper) Applied Computing
Conference of the International Association of Science and Technology for
“Exploring demographic differences and attitude
towards computers for medical professionals earning continuing education
(, S. Joshi, A. Mitra, K. Kemper and J.
Gobble) Annual Conference of the National
“Community input: Process and outcomes.” Annual Conference of the
“Web based continuing education: Exploring the case of medical professionals.”
(A. Mitra, S. Joshi, and K. Kemper) CATE 2005
Conference of the International
Association of Science and Technology for Development,
identities in cybernetic space.”
E-Society 2005 Conference of the International Association for Development of
Invited participant for
workshop on framing in conflict,
Rogan, R.G. (2005, September). Cultivating civility in conflict: Confronting the
challenge of challenging confrontations. The
Rogan, R.G., & Hammer, M.R. (2005, November). Communication-based
research of crisis-hostage negotiation: A review. Paper presented at the
National Communication Association
Rogan, R.G. A Critical Examination of Facework in Crisis Negotiation.
presented at the International Communication Association Annual Convention,
Chair and respondent for the Clevenger, Jr. Undergraduate Honors Conference of
Presented “Agitating Publics,” at the
National Communication Association Conference in
"Dismembering and Remembering Rhetoric:
A Brief History." Paper presented to the Rhetoric and New Testament
Section, Society of Biblical Literature. Panel of invited
papers in honor of George Kennedy.
Creative Screenwriting, Editorial Board
Journal of Film and Video, Editorial Board
SEEYLI (Southeast Europe Youth Leadership Institute), designed and co-taught (with Steve Jarrett) the course Civil Rights and Cinema for two weeks in July 2005.
National Institutes of Health (6 days)
Program Planner and Member of the Board of Directors, North American Branch of the Russian Communication Association
The Cooper Institute, Center for Health Communication, Denver, CO: Paid Consultant for Dr. Erwin Bettinghaus regarding his project, Media Influences on Cancer Perception (1 RO1 CA109649-01)
Quarterly Journal of Speech
Philosophy and Rhetoric
Kalaidoscope (NCA Graduate Student Journal)
Associate Editor, Baylor University Press, for series in Rhetoric and Religion
Committee on International Discussion and Debate (CIDD) with National Communication Association, Term 2004-7.
for Simple Living, PBS television show based in
Editorial Board—Southern Communication Journal
Management Communication Quarterly
Member of the editorial review board for New Media and Society
Editorial Board of Southern Journal of Communication.
# of reviews = 5
Editorial Board of Journal of Applied Communication Research
# of reviews = 3
Communication Reports = 1
Journal of Policing =
Paper Reader for the Clevenger, Jr. Undergraduate Honors Conference of SSCA.
Paper reader for the International
Association for Conflict Management conference,
Maintaining dialogue with Forsyth County Sheriff's department concerning
Advisory Board, Voices of Democracy: The U.S. Oratory Project, September 2005-2008; funded by the National Endowment for the Humanities, Teaching and Learning Resources and Curriculum Development.
Associate Editor, The International and Intercultural Communication Annual, February 2004-present.
Associate Editor, Quarterly Journal of Speech, February 2002-present.
Associate Editor, Critical Studies in Media Communication, January 2001-present.
Associate Editor, Communication Quarterly, January 2001-present.
.Editorial Board, Philosophy and Rhetoric. 1 manuscript reviewed.
Deliberative Democracy—Longitudinal Study
$25, 000 for 2005-2006
Martha in Lattimore, winner Best Documentary at the Real to Reel Film Festival and awarded a Director’s Citation (honorable mention) from the 2006 Black Maria Film & Video Festival
Reverence With Clay: Crystal King Pottery, winner Best Documentary at HPIFF
Golden Eagle Award,
-BEA Documentary Award of Excellence, 4/28/06