Jackson B. Miller - Associate Professor of Communication Arts and Director of Forensics
Education: Southern Illinois University at Carbondale, Doctor of Philosophy in Speech Communication, 1998 Ohio University, Master of Arts in Rhetorical Criticism, 1994 Ohio University, Bachelor of Science in Interpersonal Communication, 1994
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.