Karlyn Kohrs Campbell is professor of communication studies at the University of Minnesota.
Campbell is the author of "Man Cannot Speak for Her: A Critical Study of Early Feminist
Rhetoric" (2 vols. 1989) and co-author of "Deeds Done in Words: Presidential Rhetoric
and the Genres of Governance" (1990), "Presidents Creating the Presidency" (2008),
"The Interplay of Influence: News, Advertising, Politics, and the Mass Media" (6th
ed., 2006), "Critiques of Contemporary Rhetoric" (1997), and "The Rhetorical Act"
(4th ed., 2008). She is editor of "Women Public Speakers in the United States, 1800-1925"
(1993) and "Women Public Speakers in the United States, 1925-present" (1994).
Campbell is the recipient of numerous awards, including a fellowship at the Shorenstein
Center of the Kennedy School at Harvard, the National Communication Association's
(NCA) Distinguished Scholar Award, the Woolbert Award for scholarship of exceptional
originality and influence, Golden Anniversary Monograph Award, and the University
of Minnesota 2002 Distinguished Woman Scholar in the Humanities and Social Sciences.