Department of Communication
13th Biennial Public Address Conference
Dissertations in Rhetoric and Public Address
Cosmopolitan Discursive Formations: 
Presidential Rhetoric at the United Nations

Andrew Barnes
Georgia State University
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The Freedom Faith Speeches of Prathia L. Hall: 
Uncovering a Hybrid Rhetoric of Protest

Mittie K. Carey
University of Memphis
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Jacqueline Kennedy and the Politics of Popularity
Courtney Caudle
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
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Anarchy is Order: Confronting the Definitional Tension in the
Vanguard Group's Anarchism

Merci Decker
University of Memphis
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The Carnival of the Courtroom: Anti-War Protest, Public Moral Argument,
and the Chicago Eight Trial

Abbe Depretis

University of Maryland
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What does Democracy Look Like?
The Appearance of Rhetoric and Politics at Town Hall Meetings

Robert J. Green
Purdue University
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From War to Peace: Presidential Rhetoric and the Prospect of
Recivilizing the Enemy

Stephen Heidt
Georgia State University
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The Malthusian Paradox: Weapons Rhetoric Before the Bomb
Ian Hill
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
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Metaphor, Leadership, and Legitimacy: Uses of the Exodus Narrative During the Civil Rights Movement and the Age of Obama
Theon Hill
Purdue University
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Cindy Sheehan's Confrontational Iraq War Protests:
A Case Study in Contentious Rhetoric

Jennifer Jackson
University of Memphis
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"Talking It Over" with Hillary: 
The First Lady as Syndicated Columnist, 1995-2000

Melody Lehn
University of Memphis
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An Appeal to the World:
The Controversial Rhetoric of Samuel Adams, 1768-1774

Patrick Loebs
University of Memphis
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Religious Women in Modern American Social Reform: Evangeline Booth, Aimee Semple McPherson, Dorothy Day and the Rhetorical Re-construction of 
Female Moral Authority

Sabrina Marsh
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
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Fighting for Freedom: Culture War Rhetoric and the Liberal Tradition
Eric Miller
Penn State University
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Kansas City, Congress, and Cooperstown:
Re-Remembering the Cultural Legacy of Jackie Robinson

David Naze
Indiana University
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(Re)Forming Presidential Memory in Contemporary American Culture
Jay Patterson
Georgia State University
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Crafting Queer Identity and Envisioning Liberation at the Intersections: 
A Rhetorical Analysis of 1970s Lesbian-Feminist Public Discourse

Alyssa Samek
University of Maryland
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Archaeologies and Rhetorical Geographies of Urban Space: 
(Re)Arranging Atlanta

Scott Tulloch
Georgia State University
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J. Edgar Hoover and the Rhetorical Rise of the FBI:
The Public Campaigns Against Crime,
the Fifth Column, and Communism
Stephen Underhill
University of Maryland
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The Paranoid Style in an Age of Suspicion:
Conspiracy Thinking and Official Rhetoric in Contemporary America

Chara Kay Van Horn
Georgia State University
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