Dr. CARLY WOODS, assistant professor, studies intersecting rhetorics of identity, power, and difference in public argument and address. Woods' research blends insight from feminist, cultural, and communication theory to explore the coalitional strategies of historically marginalized groups. Her current book project examines debating societies as gendered sites of citizenship and rhetorical education in nineteenth- and twentieth-century public culture. Woods holds a joint appointment in the Department of Communication Studies and the Women's and Gender Studies Program at UNL.
Woods, C.S. (2012). (Im)mobile metaphors: Toward an intersectional rhetorical history. In Karma Chávez and Cindy Griffin (Eds.), Standing in the intersection: Feminist voices, feminist practices in Communication Studies. Albany: SUNY Press.
Mitchell, G.R., Woods, C.S., Brigham, M., English, E., Morrison, C.E., & Rief, J. (2010). The debate authors working group model for collaborative knowledge production in argumentation and debate scholarship. Argumentation & Advocacy, 47 (7), 1-24.
Woods, C.S. (2009). Everything is medicine: Burke's master metaphor? KBJournal, 5 (2), http://www.kbjournal.org/carly_woods.
Woods, C., & Konishi, T. (2008). What has been exchanged? Towards a history of the Japan-US debate exchange. In T. Suzuki and A. Kubuta (Eds.), Proceedings of the 3rd Tokyo Conference on Argumentation (p.p. 271-279). Tokyo: Japan Debate Association.
- COMM 850: Seminar on Gender and Communication
- COMM 998: Seminar on Kenneth Burke
WMNS 101: Introduction to Women's and Gender Studies
COMM 189H: Rhetoric and Social Movements
COMM 220: Introduction to Public Discourse
COMM 380: Gender and Communication