Jackson B. Miller - Professor of Communication Arts, Director of Forensics
Education: B.S., M.A. Ohio University; Ph.D. Southern Illinois University at Carbondale
Protest and Reform Rhetoric
Performance Theory and Methodology
Communication and Cultural Identity
Classical American Philosophy
“Coyote's Tale on the Old Oregon Trail: Challenging Cultural Memory through Narrative at the Tamástslikt Cultural Institute." Text and Performance Quarterly 25 (2005): 220-238.
"Practicing the Ancient Art of Memoria in the Modern Classroom." Communication Teacher 19 (2005) 48-52.
"'Legal or Illegal? Documented or Undocumented?' The Struggle over Brookhaven?s Neighborhood Preservation Act." Communication Quarterly 51 (2003): 73-89.
"Conflict Workshops." in Teaching Ideas for the Basic Communication Course IV . eds. Lawrence W. Hugenberg and Barbara S. Hugenberg. Vol. 4. Dubuque: Kendall-Hunt, 2000.
"'Indians,' 'Braves,' and 'Redskins': A Performative Struggle for Control of an Image." Quarterly Journal of Speech 85 (1999): 188-202.