207-A Armstrong Hall
Fax: (507) 389-3284
Rhetoric (especially rhetoric of protest and dissent, radical and fringe rhetoric), Ethics of Argumentation, Forensics
Forensics, Argumentation & Critical Thinking, Rhetoric & Rhetorical Criticism, Small Group Communication
I am involved in the anti-war movement and I am especially interested in finding ways to bridge the gap between studying communication and practicing it. I actively encourage students to engage activities such as organizing, protesting and demonstrations and other applications of speech and rhetoric in the public sphere.