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Kate L. Zittlow Rogness

Research Interests:
Communication criticism, argumentation, rhetoric of popular culture, and feminist discourse and activism as it intersects with race, sexuality, class & nationality.

Selected Research and/or Creative Work:
Zittlow Rogness, K. “Intersectional Style of Free Love Rhetoric,” in Standing in the Intersection: Feminist Voices, Feminist Practices in Communication Studies eds. Karma Chavez & Cindy Griffin (Albany, New York: State University of New York Press, forthcoming)

Zittlow Rogness, K. & Foust, C. R. (2011) Beyond Rights and Virtues as Foundation for Women’s Agency: Emma Goldman’s Rhetoric of Free Love. Western Journal of Communication Studies.

Zittlow Rogness, K. (2010) A Generative Form of Critical Publicity, in Proceedings of the Seventeenth NCA/AFA Conference on Argumentation (National Communication Association).

Zittlow Rogness, K. (2008) Intercultural Communication: Public Speaking in a Global Community, in Public Speaking: Conveying your Communication Confidence, ed. Tryone Adams. (an online open-content, open-source publication).

Zittlow Rogness, K. (2005). Lucy Hayes Recusal from the Women’s Rights Movement: Iconic Implications of the First Lady in the Public Sphere, in Proceedings of the Fifteenth NCA/AFA Conference on Argumentation, ed. Patricia Riley. (National Communication Association).

Courses Taught:
COMM 101 Fundamentals of Communication
COMM 230 Introduction to Communication Studies
COMM 233 Advanced Public Speaking
COMM 335 Argumentation
COMM 337 Communication Criticism
INTG 208 Global Perspectives: Work & Leisure
INTG 205 Global Perspectives: Intercultural Communication
WOST 201 Introduction to Women's Studies

B.A. University of St. Thomas 1997
M.L.S. University of Minnesota 2003
Ph.D. University of Denver 2008

Contact Info:
Office: Rm 307 Wallace Hall