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Editorial Board/Staff

 

Editor

Nancy J. Legge
Department of Communication & Rhetorical Studies
Mail Stop 8115
Idaho State University
Pocatello, ID 83209
editor@relevantrhetoric.com or
disananc@isu.edu

Business Manager

James DiSanza
Department of Communication & Rhetorical Studies
Mail Stop 8115
Idaho State University
Pocatello, ID 83209
editor@relevantrhetoric.com or
disananc@isu.edu

Staff

Cana Crosby, Graphic Design

Editorial Board Members

Ralph Berenger, American University of Sharjah, United Arab Emirates (Middle East mass media, international political rhetoric)

Joe Blaney, Illinois State University (credibility and image restoration rhetoric, crisis rhetoric)

Stephen Braden, Kennesaw State University (political rhetoric)

Dennis Cali, University of Texas, Tyler (media ecology, rhetorical criticism, media ethics, rhetoric of religion)

Carl M. Cates, Valdosta State University (rhetoric and leadership, rhetoric of play, argumentation, cults)

Stephen D. Cooper, Marshall University (computer mediated communication, news media, media criticism, the blogosphere)

Robert Denton, Virginia Tech University (political communication, rhetoric of the presidency)

James DiSanza, Idaho State University (organizational crisis rhetoric, corporate rhetoric)

Jason Edwards, Bridgewater State College (presidential rhetoric, American foreign policy discourse, and international and American public address)

Sandra French, Radford University (organizational rhetoric, social movements, public address)

Zac Gershberg, Idaho State University (media history and technology, theories of mass communication, political rhetoric)

John Gribas, Idaho State University (religious communication, metaphor, research methods)

B. Wayne Howell, Virginia Tech University (political communication, American public address, public affairs, public advocacy)

Michael T. Ingram, Whitworth College (argumentation and rhetoric, rhetoric of religion)

Margaret Johnson, Idaho State University (postmodern rhetoric, argumentation, administrative/organizational rhetoric)

Andrew King, Louisiana State University (political rhetoric, rhetorical ethics, medieval and renaissance rhetorical theory, Kenneth Burke)

Jim A. Kuypers, Virginia Tech (rhetoric and public address, political communication)

Jimmie Manning, Northern Illinois University (rhetoric of relationships, popular culture criticism, gender)

Molly Mayhead, Western Oregon University (women’s political communication, judicial rhetoric)

Kevin McClure, University of Rhode Island (rhetorical theory and criticism — Burkean, textual, narrative, and postmodern criticism)

Kevin A. Stein, Southern Utah University (political rhetoric, kategoria [attack], apologia [defense], and antapologia [response to apologia], acclaiming and disclaiming discourse)

Joseph M. Valenzano III, University of Dayton (political rhetoric, terrorism, and religious communication)

Richard Vatz, Towson University (political rhetoric, rhetoric of the news, media criticism, psychiatric rhetoric)

Jill Weber, Hollins University (American Public Address, political rhetoric, rhetoric of family values, social & economic justice rhetoric, social movements)