Open access

In 2013, Kembrew McLeod asked me to pinch-hit for him on a roundtable panel — “Open Access Publishing and the Future of Scholarship: A Conversation Between Stakeholders” — at the annual meeting of the National Communication Association. On the downside, this was because Kembrew wasn’t able to attend the conference, …

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(Old) New Words

Returning to my semi-regular march through the archives of old conference papers, here’s an untitled presentation from the 2005 National Communication Association conference in Boston, where I was on a panel dedicated to honoring the 2004 recipient of the Woolbert Award (which, if I recall correctly, is given to the …

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Being (un)disciplined

In November 2004, I was part of a spotlight panel — “With Eyes Wide Open: Moving and Looking, Evaluating Critical Cultural Studies” — at the annual conference of the National Communication Association in Chicago. It was a crowded panel — 6 people giving short position papers, 6 more people responding …

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