Dr. Leah WhitePage address: https://www.mnsu.edu/cmst/faculty/white.html
Director of Forensics
Honors Program Director
207-B Armstrong Hall
Ph.D., Arizona State University, 1997
M.A., Kansas State University, 1993
B.A., Concordia College, Moorhead, 1991
Performance of identity, autoethnography, feminist theory and forensic pedagogy
Performance Studies, Performance of Literature, Advanced Public Communication, Forensic Pedagogy, Gender and Communication
Kelly, B., Paine, R., Richardson, R., & White, L. (2014). What we are trying to teach: Reconnecting collegiate forensics to the communication discipline. (Special report: NFA 2010 report on pedagogy). National Forensic Journal, 32, 38-58.
White, L. (2011). The air I breathe. Text and Performance Quarterly, 40, 429-438.
White, L. (2010). Changing team culture: Who should lead? National Forensic Journal, 28, 156-170.
White, L. (2008). Narratives of mental illness: The ‘autobiographical manifestos’ of Kate Millett, Susanna Kaysen, and Kay Redfield Jamison. Women and Language, 31(1), 4-12.
White, L. (2005). The coach as mentor. National Forensic Journal, 23(1), 89-93.
White, L. (2004). Autobiography, visual representations, and the preservation of self. Mosaic, 37(2), 107-125.
White, L. (2001). Autobiography as performative identity construction: The fragmented subjectivities of Charlotte Salomon. Text and Performance Quarterly, 21, 77-94.
White, L. (1997). Silenced stories: An analysis of May Sarton's journals as a form of discursive resistance. In Women's Life-Writing: Finding Voice/Building Community, L.S. Coleman (Ed.). Bowling Green, OH: Bowling Green State U Popular Press.