Decolonizing Native American Rhetoric: Communicating Self-Determination

Sponsor: Public Address Division
Thu, 11/8: 9:30 AM  - 10:45 AM 
Salt Palace Convention Center 
Room: 150D (Level 1) 
This panel discussion brings together contributors to the recently published edited collection Decolonizing Native American Rhetoric (edited by Casey Ryan Kelly and Jason Edward Black) to consider the challenges of indigenous rhetorical theory and criticism to the study of American public address. Based on provocations of this collection, panelists will discuss the benefits and challenges of doing anti-colonial indigenous scholarship in rhetoric and public address as well as their innovative contributions advanced in this collection.


Mary E. Stuckey, Penn State University  - Contact Me


Jason Edward Black, University of North Carolina at Charlotte  - Contact Me
Raymond L. Blanton, University of the Incarnate Word  - Contact Me
Matthew Brigham, James Madison University  - Contact Me
Christopher J. Gilbert, Assumption College  - Contact Me
Danielle E. Endres, University of Utah  - Contact Me
Stephanie Grey, Louisiana State University  - Contact Me
Casey Ryan Kelly, University of Nebraska-Lincoln  - Contact Me
Randall Lake, University of Southern California  - Contact Me
Paul E. Mabrey III, James Madison University  - Contact Me
Margret McCue-Enser, St. Catherine University  - Contact Me
Catherine Palczewski, University of Northern Iowa  - Contact Me
Lee M. Pierce, State University of New York, Geneseo  - Contact Me
Rachel Presley, Ohio University  - Contact Me
Amanda Morris, Kutztown University  - Contact Me
Casey R. Schmitt, Gonzaga University  - Contact Me
Anthony Sutton, University of Maine  - Contact Me
Kristine Warrenburg Rome, Flagler College  - Contact Me
Kelly Michael Young, Wayne State University  - Contact Me


American Studies Division
Public Address Division