Casey Maugh, Ph.D.

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EDUCATION

Ph.D. Communication Arts & Sciences, The Pennsylvania State
University. Fall 2007. Dissertation: Peace Corps in the
21st Century: A Rhetorical Analysis
Dissertation committee: Stephen H. Browne (chair), J.
Michael Hogan, Rosa Eberly, Janet Lyon (English
department).

M.A. Speech Communication, Colorado State University. May
2002.
Thesis: The Construction of Caretaker as a New Political
Style: A Rhetorical Analysis of Christine Todd Whitman
Thesis committee: Karrin Vasby Anderson (chair), Cindy L.
Griffin, Sandra K. Davis (Political Science Department)

B.A. Communication Studies, Huntingdon College,
Montgomery, AL. May 2, 2000. Cum Laude.


PUBLICATIONS
Dickinson, Greg L. and Casey Malone Maugh. “Placing Visual Rhetoric: Finding Material Comfort in Wild Oats Market.” In Defining Visual Rhetorics, Eds. Charles A. Hill and Marguerite Helmers. Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, 2004. 259-276.

COMPETITIVELY SELECTED PAPERS

“Seeing the World Through Their Eyes: Visual Recruitment Rhetoric of the Peace Corps.” Fall 2009, National Communication Association, Visual Communication Division, Chicago, IL (Received Top Paper Award).

“Liberal Developmentalism and the Peace Corps.” Spring 2009, National Technology and Social Science Conference, Las Vegas, NV.

“Pornographic Cooking: a Rhetorical Analysis of Gourmet Magazine.” Fall 2005, National Communication Association, Media Studies Division, Boston, MA.

“Potheads and Politics: A Rhetorical Analysis of the White House’s Anti- Drug Campaign.” Spring 2005, Western States Communication Associate Conference, San Francisco, CA.

“The Rhetoric of Blame: An Analysis of 'The Spirit of the 21st Century' Peace Corps Photograph Contest.” November 2004. National Communication Association, Visual Communication Division, Chicago, IL (Received Top Paper Award).

“Citizen Critics: A Response to Poststructuralist Feminism.” November 2004, National Communication Association, Chicago, IL.

“Visual and Collective Memory: A Necessary Connection.” November 2004, National Communication Association, Chicago, IL.

“Political Style and the Woman Politician: A Rhetorical Analysis of Christine Todd Whitman’s Career.” February 2004, Paper presented at the Western States Communication Association Conference, Albuquerque, NM.

“India.Arie’s Acoustic Soul: A Rhetorical Analysis of Feminist Education in Intellectualism and Music.” February 2004. Paper presented at the Western States Communication Association Conference, Albuquerque, NM.

“The Equal Rights Amendment Since 1982: A Study of a Revived Social Movement.” November 2003, National Communication Association Conference, Miami, FL.

“Sowing Our Wild Oats: An Identity Analysis.” February 2003, Western States Communication Association Conference, Salt Lake City, Utah.

Panel Respondent

“The Visual Construction of Public Memory in Spaces of Tragedy.” February 2005. Western States Communication Association Conference, San Francisco, CA.

“Spaces of Memory: Charting the Materiality of Rhetoric.” February 2004, Western States Communication Association, Albuquerque, NM.

Panels Chaired
“Identities and Representations.” February 2005. Western States Communication Association Conference, San Francisco, CA.

“Moving Forward/Looking Back: Understand Empowerment through the Rhetorical and Generational Woman’s Voice and Story.” November 2004, National Communication Association Conference, Chicago, IL.