As the fall semester comes to a close, a few communication faculty members and a graduate student have announced recent additions to their lists of publications.
Research on presidents published in book
Associate Professor Dr. Elizabeth Dudash-Buskirk and communication graduate student Nick Nickols published a peer-reviewed chapter in the book “The Bully Pulpit, Presidential Speeches, and the Shaping of Public Policy.” Their chapter is titled “George H. W. Bush and the Persian Gulf War.”
This will be Nickols’ first publication.
In the same book, Assistant Professor Dr. Eric Morris also published a peer-reviewed chapter titled “William Howard Taft and the Conservation of the Republican Party in 1912.”
Research on digital communication featured in national journals
Assistant Professor Dr. Jake Simmons’ article focusing on digital culture, “Reprogramming the stage: A heuristic for posthuman performance,” has been published in the peer-reviewed National Communication Association journal “Text and Performance Quarterly.”