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1Curriculum Vita

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Mari Boor Tonn

Rhetoric and Communication Studies

University of Richmond

402-G Weinstein, 28 Westhampton Way

University of Richmond, Richmond, VA 21373

Tel: 804-287-6520 (personal office)

804-289-8263 (main office)

804-287-6496 (fax)

Email: mtonn@richmond.edu

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EDUCATION


DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHY – Communication Studies University of Kansas 1987

Advisors: Karlyn Kohrs Campbell and Donn Parson


MASTER OF ARTS – Speech and Theater Pittsburg (KS) State University 1982

Advisor: Mary Margaret Roberts


BACHELOR OF SCIENCE – English (journalism minor) Pittsburg (KS) State University 1976



PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE


Associate Professor Rhetoric and Communication Studies,

University of Richmond 2010-present



Affiliate Faculty Women, Gender, and Sexuality Studies,

University of Richmond 1010-present



Associate Professor Communication, University of Maryland 2001-2009

Affiliate Faculty Women’s Studies, University of Maryland 2001-2009

Associate Professor Communication, University of New Hampshire 1996-2001

Assistant Professor Communication, University of New Hampshire 1991-96

Assistant Professor Speech Communication, University of Maine 1987-91

Lecturer Communication, Pittsburg (KS) State University 1987

Instructor Career Education, Kansas State University 1979-80

Teacher English, Erie (KS) High School 1976-78


ADMINISTRATIVE EXPERIENCE


Graduate Director University of Maryland 2006-07

Department Chair of Communication [Acting] University of New Hampshire Jan-May 2001

Director of Continuing Education [Acting] Pittsburg (KS) State University 1983-84

Assistant Director of Continuing Education Pittsburg (KS) State University 1981-83


EDUCATIONAL CONSULTING EXPERIENCE


Speechwriting Consultant. Government of Norway, 2004.

Solicited by Norwegian political speechwriters for analysis as part of their European and U.S. tour to study differences between speechwriting for Norwegian and U.S. politicians. Met with following speechwriters and political advisors: speechwriter to Norwegian Foreign Minister, Advisor to Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Assistant Director General for Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Senior Advisor to Norwegian Ministry of Trade and Industry, Advisor to Norwegian Ministry of Defense, Advisor to the Norwegian

Parliament, and representatives from the Washington D.C. Norwegian Embassy.


Focus Group Facilitator. Commission on Presidential Debates, Washington DC. 1996

Conducted focus groups at first 1996 Presidential Debate in Hartford
Focus Group Facilitator & Researcher. Commission on Presidential Debates, Washington DC. 1993

Conducted focus groups during and before all 1992 Presidential Debates Presented research findings to CPD and Ford Foundation before Washington DC Press Corps and representatives of Clinton, Bush, and Perot campaigns. Other program panelists included Jim Lehrer, E. J. Dionne, Carole Simpson, Sander Vanocur, Hal Bruno, Judy Woodruff, and advisors to the candidates.


Career Education Specialist . Kansas Governor’s Grant, Topeka, 1980-81.

Career Education Specialist. Kansas CETA Summer Youth Employment Program, 1980


AWARDS AND HONORS


Spotlight on Scholarship Honoree. Eastern Communication Assn. 2008.

Distinguished Research Fellow Award, Eastern Communication Assn. 2007.

Distinguished Teaching Fellow Award. Eastern Communication Assn. 2003.

Donald and Carolyn Drummond Ecroyd Teaching Excellence Award. Eastern Communication Assn. 2002.

Past Presidents’ Award. Eastern Communication Assn. 2000.

University Excellence in Teaching. University of New Hampshire. 1996.

Karl Wallace Memorial Award for Rhetorical Scholarship. National Communication Assn.1997.

Best Essay of the Year. Org. for the Study of Language, Communication, and Gender. 1997.

Top Paper. Kenneth Burke Society. National Communication Assn.1991, 1999.

Chapter, Outstanding Book. Gustuvas Myers Center for Study of Human Rights in U.S.1991.




KEYNOTES AND SPECIAL INVITED PRESENTATIONS



Plenary Speaker. “’From the Eye to the Soul’”: Industrial Labor’s Mary Harris ‘Mother’ Jones and the Rhetorics of Display.” Biennial Public Address Conf. Pittsburgh. 2010. [One of Two Plenary Sessions Chosen for Webcast and Public Lecture.]

Keynote Address and Seminar Leader. “Making and Unmaking Political Mischief: Humor in the Social Movement Rhetoric of the 1960s.” Hope Institute (formerly Hope Conf). National Communication Assn. Randolph-Macon University. 2008.

Seminar Leader. Kenneth Burke Triennial Conf. “Burke and Feminism.” Villanova University. 2008.

Lecturer. “Research, Criticism, and Mary Harris ‘Mother’ Jones.” University of San Diego. 2007.

Lecturer. “Maternal Thinking and Citizenship: Industrial Labor’s Mary Harris ‘Mother’ Jones.” Keene (NH) State College Citizenship Symposium. 2007.

Lecturer. “Mary Harris ‘Mother” Jones and the Feminine Divine.” Wil A. Linkugel Distinguished Lecture, University of Kansas. 2007.

Keynote Address. “Fighting Feminism: Exploring Triumphs and Challenges in Feminist Politics and Scholarship.” William A. Kern Communication Conference. Rochester Institute of Technology. 2003.

Seminar Leader. With Clarke Rountree. “Pentadic Criticism.” Kenneth Burke Triennial Conf. Tulane University. 2002.

Colloquium Speaker. “Looking Under the Hood and Tinkering with Voter Cynicism: Ross Perot and ‘Perspective by Incongruity.’” Colloquia Series. University of Maryland. 2000. (prior to employment)

Invited Rhetorical Scholar. “Looking Under the Hood and Tinkering with Voter Cynicism: Ross Perot and ‘Perspective by Incongruity.’” Undergraduate Honors Conference. DePauw University. 2000.

Colloquium Speaker. “Looking Under the Hood and Tinkering with Voter Cynicism: Ross Perot and ‘Perspective by Incongruity.’” Center for Humanities Colloquia Series. University of Georgia. 1998

Keynote Address. “DebateWatch'96.” Keynote address. Annual Fall Football Day. [Annual event for NH Legislators, President’s Council, General Court, and Alumni]. 1996.

Panelist. “The Voters' Perspective. Debates '92: A Symposium.” Co-sponsored by the Commission on Presidential Debates and the Freedom Forum. Washington DC. 1993.

Featured Speaker. “Career Education Activities for Secondary Schools.” Southeast Kansas Regional Educational Service Center Conference. Greenbush. 1980.

PUBLICATIONS


JOURNAL ARTICLES
Tonn, Mari Boor. “Taking Conversation, Dialogue, and Therapy Public.” Rhetoric & Public Affairs. 8 (2005): 403-430.
Tonn, Mari Boor. “Fighting Feminism: Exploring Triumphs and Obstacles in Feminist Politics and Scholarship.” Women’s Studies in Communication 27 (2004): 337-95.
Tonn, Mari Boor. “Miss America Contesters and Contestants: Media Discourse about Social ‘Also-Rans.’” Rhetoric & Public Affairs. 6 (2003): 150-160.


Tonn, Mari Boor and Valerie A. Endress. “Looking Under the Hood and Tinkering with Voter Cynicism: Ross Perot and ‘Perspective by Incongruity.’” Rhetoric & Public Affairs 4 (2001): 281-308.
Tonn, Mari Boor. “Princess Diana and Baseball: Encouraging the Critics of Culture to Play Fair.” Women’s Studies in Communication 22 (1999): 112-119.
Tonn, Mari Boor. [Lead essay].“Donning Sackcloth and Ashes: Webster vs. Reproductive Health Services and Moral Agony in Abortion Rights Rhetoric.” Communication Quarterly 44 (1996*): 265-279. *Dated journal issues behind in publication schedule.
Tonn, Mari Boor. [Lead essay].“Militant Motherhood: Labor's Mary Harris ‘Mother’ Jones.” Quarterly Journal of Speech 82 (1996): 1-21. [Best Essay of the Year. Org. for the Study of Language, Communication, and Gender. 1997].
Tonn, Mari Boor. “Elizabeth Gurley Flynn's Sabotage: The Economic ‘Scene’ as Both Controlling and Catalyzing Workers' ‘Acts.’" Ed. James F. Klumpp. Spec. issue of Southern Communication Journal 61 (1995): 59-75. [Blind review].
Tonn, Mari Boor and Mark S. Kuhn. “Co-Constructed Oratory: Speaker-Audience Interaction in the Labor Union Rhetoric of Mary Harris ‘Mother’ Jones.” Text and Performance Quarterly 13 (1993): 313-330.
Dow, Bonnie J. and Mari Boor Tonn. "’Feminine Style’ and Political Judgment in the Rhetoric of Ann Richards.” Quarterly Journal of Speech 79 (1993): 286-302.

Tonn, Mari Boor, Valerie A. Endress, and John .N. Diamond. “Hunting and Heritage on Trial in Maine: A Dramatistic Debate over Tragedy, Tradition, and Territory.” Quarterly Journal of Speech 79 (1993): 165-181.


Tonn, Mari and Laura Meeks. “The Non-Traditional College Student: Continuing Education Programs. Association for Communication and Administration BULLETIN 49 (1984): 71-72.
Tonn, Mari. “The Non-Professional Counseling Interview: Implications for Career Guidance in the Speech Communication Classroom.” Kansas Speech Journal 45 (1983): 13-20.
Tonn, Mari and Laura Meeks. “Managerial Behaviors of Females: Structures and Strategies in Political Contexts.” Kansas Speech Journal 45 (1983): 37-44.
Tonn, Mari. “The Speech Communication Instructor as Newspaper-Yearbook Teacher.” Kansas Speech Journal 43 (1981): 6-10.

BOOK CHAPTERS
Tonn, Mari Boor. “Radical Labor in a Feminine Voice: The Rhetoric of Mary Harris ‘Mother’ Jones and Elizabeth Gurley Flynn.” Rhetoric of Reform in the Nineteenth Century. Ed. Martha Solomon Watson. Rhetoric and Public Address Ser. East Lansing: Michigan State UP, 2008. 224-253.
Tonn, Mari Boor. “Colin Powell’s Life Story as a ‘Good Black’ Narrative.’” The Rhetorics of Display. Ed. Lawrence J. Prelli. South Carolina UP, 2006. 344-373
Endress, Valerie A. and Mari Boor Tonn. “H. Ross Perot.” Contemporary American Orators. Eds. Bernard K. Duffy and Richard W. Leeman. Westport, CT: Greenwood , 2005. 360-367.
Tonn, Mari Boor. “The New Hampshire Presidential Primary.” Encyclopedia of New England Culture. Eds. Burt Feintuch and David H. Watters. New Haven: Yale UP, 2005. 1252.
Tonn, Mari Boor “Flirting with Perot: Voter Ambivalence about the Third Candidate.” The 1992 Presidential Debates in Focus. Eds. Diana Carlin and Mitchell McKinney. Westport: Greenwood, 1994. 109-123.
Tonn, Mari Boor and Mark S. Kuhn. “Elizabeth Gurley Flynn 1890-1964: Merging Feminism and Radical Labor Organizing.” Women Speakers in the United States, 1925-1993: A Bio-Critical Sourcebook. Ed. Karlyn .Kohrs Campbell. Westport: Greenwood, 1994. 221-237.
Tonn, Mari Boor. “Mary Harris ‘Mother’ Jones 1830?-1930: ‘Messiah’ and ‘Mother’ for Labor.” Women Public Speakers in the United States 1800-1925: A Bio-Critical Sourcebook. Ed. Karlyn Kohrs Campbell. Westport: Greenwood, 1993. 229-241.
Tonn, Mari Boor. “Effecting Labor Reform through Stories: The Narrative Rhetorical Style of Mary Harris ‘Mother’ Jones.” Constructing and Reconstructing Gender. Eds. Linda A.M. Perry, Lynn Turner, and Helen Sterk. New York: SUNY, 1992. 283-293.
Tonn, Mari Boor. “The Una, 1853-55: The Premier of the Feminist Press”. A Voice of Their Own: The Women Suffrage Press. Ed. Martha Solomon. Tuscaloosa: U of Alabama P, 1991. 48-70. [Outstanding Book, Gustavus Myers Center for the Study of Human Rights in the U. S. 1991].

REPRINTS

Tonn, Mari Boor, Valerie A. Endress, and John N. Diamond. “Hunting and Heritage on Trial in Maine: A Dramatistic Debate over Tragedy, Tradition, and Territory.” Quarterly Journal of Speech 79 (1993). 165-181. Rpt. in Readings in Rhetorical Criticism.” Ed. Carl R. Burchardt 4th ed. State College: Strata, 2010. 253-270..


Tonn, Mari Boor. “Militant Motherhood: Labor's Mary Harris ‘Mother’ Jones.” Quarterly Journal of Speech 82 (1996): 1-21. Rpt in Readings in the Rhetoric of Social Protest. Eds. Stephen H. Browne and Charles Morris III. 2nd ed. State College: Strata, 2006. 335-354.
Tonn, Mari Boor, Valerie A. Endress, and John N. Diamond. “Hunting and Heritage on Trial in Maine: A Dramatistic Debate over Tragedy, Tradition, and Territory.” Quarterly Journal of Speech 79 (1993). 165-181. Rpt. in Readings in Rhetorical Criticism.” Ed. Carl R. Burchardt 3rd ed. State College: Strata, 2005. 203-219.
Tonn, Mari Boor. “Militant Motherhood: Labor's Mary Harris ‘Mother’ Jones.” Quarterly Journal of Speech 82 (1996): 1-21. Rpt in Readings in the Rhetoric of Social Protest. Eds. Stephen H. Browne and Charles Morris III. State College: Strata, 2001. 406-428.
Tonn, Mari Boor, Valerie A. Endress, and John N. Diamond. “Hunting and Heritage on Trial in Maine: A Dramatistic Debate over Tragedy, Tradition, and Territory.” Quarterly Journal of Speech 79 (1993): 165-181. Rpt. in Readings in Rhetorical Criticism.” Ed. Carl R. Burchardt 2nd ed. State College: Strata, 2000. 229-246.
Dow, Bonnie J. and Mari Boor Tonn. "’Feminine Style’ and Political Judgment in the Rhetoric of Ann Richards.” Quarterly Journal of Speech 79 (1993): 286-302. Rpt. In Diversity in Public Communication: A Reader. Eds. Christine Kelly, E. Anne Lafoon, and Raymie E. McKerrow. Dubuque: Kendall/Hunt, 1994. 35-57.
BOOK REVIEWS

Tonn, Mari Boor. “Teaching Communication Criticism.” Rev. of Communication Criticism: Rhetoric, Social Codes, Cultural Studies by Malcolm O. Sillars and Bruce E. Gronbeck. Review of Communication 3 [Electronic Journal] (2003):301-04.


Tonn, Mari Boor. Rev. of Cold Warriors: Manliness on Trial in the Rhetoric of the West by Suzanne Clark. Rhetoric & Public Affairs 5 (2002): 369-372.
Tonn, Mari Boor. Rev. of Angelina Grimké: Rhetoric, Identity and the Radical Imagination by Stephen Howard Browne. Women’s Studies in Communication 24. (2001): 122-28.
Tonn, Mari Boor. “One Feminist's Political and Personal Passage.” Rev. of The Word of a Woman by Robin Morgan. Communication Quarterly 44 (1996): 396-397.
Tonn, Mari Boor. Rev. of The Speeches and Writings of Mother Jones, ed. Edward Steel. Southern States Speech Communication Journal 55 (1990): 234-236.
Tonn, Mari. (1981). Rev. of Donahue: My Own Story by Phil Donahue. Kansas Speech Journal 43 (1981): 50-51.

WORKS IN PROGRESS
Mining Motherhood: Industrial Labor’s Mary Harris “Mother” Jones. Book-length manuscript.

PROFESSIONAL PRESENTATIONS



INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCES
Tonn, Mari Boor. “Mary Harris ‘Mother’ Jones: Labor’s Irreverent Irish-American Saint”. Intl. Assn.for Irish Studies, Limerick, Ire. 2000.
Tonn, Mari Boor. “Taking ‘Conversation’ Public: The Tyrannical and Therapeutic Threat to Democratic Deliberative Processes. Metaphors and Politics Symposium. Intl. Soc. for Political Psychology, Amsterdam, Neth. 1999.

NATIONAL CONFERENCES
Tonn, Mari Boor. “’From the Eye to the Soul’: Industrial’s Labor’s Mary Harris ‘Mother’ Jones.” Biennial Public Address Conf. Pittsburgh. 2010. [One of two Plenary Speakers Slated for Public Lecture and Webcast.]
Tonn, Mari Boor. “Wresting with Demons: Gloria Steinem and the Rhetoric of Spirituality, Religion, and Therapy.” Rhetoric Society of America Convention. Minneapolis. 2010.
Tonn, Mari Boor. Marie Hochmuth Nichols Award Spotlight Panel. National Communication Assn. Convention. San Diego. 2008.
Tonn, Mari Boor. “Hillary ’08: Feminist Opportunities and Challenges.” Roundtable. National Communication Assn. Convention. San Diego. 2008.
Tonn, Mari Boor. Tribute to Karlyn Kohrs Campbell. Public Address Conf. University of Wisconsin, Madison. 2008.
Tonn, Mari Boor. “Princess Diana: Transcending Ideological Motherhood Through Maternal Practice.” National Communication Assn. Convention. Chicago. 2007.
Tonn, Mari Boor. “Revisiting ‘Feminine Style.’” National Communication Assn. Convention. San Antonio. 2006. [Spotlight on Scholarship: Bonnie J. Dow].
Tonn, Mari Boor. “Displaying Racial Identity: The Case of Colin Powell.” National Communication Assn. Convention. New Orleans. 2002.

Tonn, Mari Boor. “Traditional Gender Roles as Rhetorical Strategies.” National Communication Assn. Convention. Seattle. 2000.


Tonn, Mari Boor. “Labor’s Irreverent Prophet: The Agitative Ministry of Mary Harris ‘Mother’ Jones.” National Communication Assn. Convention. Chicago. 1999.
Tonn, Mari Boor. “Prophetic Ethos and Political Theories in Conflict with American Traditions.” Response to Prophetic Ethos and the Radical Tradition by James Darsey [Winner of NCA Marie Hochmuth Nichols Award, NCA Diamond Anniversary Award, and NCA Winans-Wichelns Award]. National Communication Assn. Convention. Chicago. 1999.
Tonn, Mari Boor, and Valerie A. Endress. “Looking Under the Hood and Tinkering with Voter Cynicism: Ross Perot and ‘Perspective by Incongruity.’” National Communication Assn. Convention. Chicago. 1999. [Top paper, Kenneth Burke Society].
Tonn, Mari Boor. “Women Voice Working-Class Concerns: The Rhetoric of Mary Harris ‘Mother’ Jones and Elizabeth Gurley Flynn.” Second Biennial Feminism(s) and Rhetoric(s) Conf. Minneapolis. 1999.
Tonn, Mari Boor. “Princess Diana and Motherhood.” Org. for the Study of Language, Communication, and Gender Conf. Portland, ME. 1998.
Endress, Valerie A. and Mari Boor Tonn. “Public Discourse and Private Deliberation in Conflict: Lyndon Johnson as the Reluctant Cold Warrior.” National Communication Assn. Convention. New York City. 1998.
Tonn, Mari Boor. “The Metaphor of ‘Conversation’ in Public Discourse: Implications for Democracy and Policy Debate.” Speech Communication Assn. Convention. San Diego. 1996.
Tonn, Mari Boor. “Character as Qualification for Leadership: Enacting Ethos in Colin Powell's My American Journey. Speech Communication Assn. Convention. San Diego. 1996.
Tonn, Mari Boor. "’Writes’ of Passage: Pedagogical Benefits of Using In-class Informal Writing in Courses Treating Gender.” Speech Communication Assn. Convention. San Antonio. 1995.
Tonn, Mari Boor. “Donning Sackcloth and Ashes: The Rhetorical Legacy of Webster vs. Reproductive Health Services on the Abortion Rights Movement.” Speech Communication Assn. Convention. New Orleans. 1994.
Tonn, Mari Boor. “Elizabeth Gurley Flynn's Sabotage: A Dramatistic Study of Images and Ideology.” Speech Communication Assn. Convention. Miami. 1993.
Tonn, Mari Boor. “Flirting with Perot: Voter Ambivalence about the Third Candidate.” Speech Communication Assn. Convention. Miami. 1993.
Prusank, Diane, Valerie A. Endress, and Mari Boor Tonn. “The Politicization of the American Family: Developing Mythologies of the New Right.” Speech Communication Assn. Convention. Chicago. 1992.
Dow, Bonnie J. and Mari Boor Tonn. "’Feminine Style’ and Political Judgment in the Rhetoric of Ann Richards.” Speech Communication Assn. Convention. Chicago. 1992.
Tonn, Mari Boor, Valerie A. Endress, and John .N. Diamond. “Cultural Collision, Culpability, and Catharsis: A Burkeian Analysis of Responses to the Killing of Karen Wood.” Speech Communication Assoc. Convention. Atlanta. 1991. [Top Paper, Kenneth Burke Society].
Tonn, Mari Boor and Mark S. Kuhn. “New York's Bloody Mosaic: Conciliation as Inaction in the Rhetoric of David Dinkins.” Speech Communication Assn. Convention. Atlanta. 1991.
Tonn, Mari Boor. “Industrial Labor's Mary Harris ‘Mother’ Jones: Connecting ‘True Womanhood’ and Agitation.” Speech Communication Assn. Convention. New Orleans. 1988.
Tonn, Mari Boor. “Effecting Labor Reform through Stories: The Narrative Style of Mary Harris ‘Mother’ Jones.” Org. for the Study of Language, Communication, and Gender Conf. San Diego. 1988.
Tonn, Mari Boor. “Mary Harris ‘Mother’ Jones: Early Labor's Maternal Messiah.” Speech Communication Assn. Convention. Boston. 1987.

REGIONAL CONFERENCES

Tonn, Mari Boor. “Humor, Heart, and Home in the Life and Career of Senator Edward Kennedy: A Gendered Perspective on Redemption.” Eastern Communication Assn. Convention. Baltimore. 2009.


Tonn, Mari Boor. “Communicating the Human Condition.” Special Invited Panel on Kenneth Burke. Southern Communication Assn. Convention. Savannah. 2008.
Tonn, Mari Boor. “Controversies, Caveats, and Contributions: James Darsey and the Prophetic Voice.” Eastern Communication Assn. Convention. Providence. 2007 [Spotlight on Scholarship: James Darsey].
Tonn, Mari Boor. “Faculty at the Intersection of Competing Pieties: A Burkean Roundtable on Professorial Perspectives in the Academy.” Eastern Communication Assn. Convention. Providence. 2007.
Tonn, Mari Boor. Program: “Creating and Negotiating Academic Life: Strategies for Managing the Academic Job Interview Process.” Eastern Communication Assn. Convention. Philadelphia. 2006. [Spotlight First-Vice President’s and Distinguished Research and Teaching Fellows Program].
Tonn, Mari Boor. Program: Presentations on future research directions by former recipients of Past Presidents’ Award given by Eastern Communication Assn. “Communicating Greater Expectations: Past Officers’ Club Awardees.” Eastern Communication Assn. Convention. Pittsburgh. 2005. [Spotlight Vice-President’s Program].
Tonn, Mari Boor. Program: “Rhetoric and Disciplinarity: Reflections After the Formation of the Alliance of Rhetoric Societies. Roundtable Discussion. Eastern Communication Assn. Convention. Boston. 2004. [Spotlight Vice-President’s Program].
Tonn, Mari Boor and Lindsay Hayes. “Viewing Speechwriting Through a Gendered Lens: The Political Wordsmith as Proverbial ‘Wife.” Eastern Communication Assn. Convention. Washington, D.C. 2003.
Tonn, Mari Boor. Program: “Exploring the Intersection of Kenneth Burke and Feminist Scholarship.” Roundtable. Eastern Communication Assn. Convention. Washington, D.C. 2003.
Tonn, Mari Boor. Program. “Exploring Issues of Silencing in Public Discussions.” Roundtable. Eastern Communication Assn. Convention. Washington, D.C. 2003.
Tonn, Mari Boor. “Appropriating and Contesting Traditional Gender Roles in Antebellum America.” Eastern Communication Assn. Convention. Portland, ME. 2001.
Tonn, Mari Boor. “The State of ‘Feminine Style.’” Central States Communication Assn. Convention. Cincinnati. 2001.
Tonn, Mari Boor. “The Value of Pressing-the-Flesh Politics: The New Hampshire Primary.” Eastern Communication Assn. Convention. 2000.
Tonn, Mari Boor. “Fostering Perspective on Society and Self through Comedy: Parody, Satire, Irony, and Humor in Rhetoric of the 1960s.” Joint Meeting of Central States Communication Assn. and Southern States Communication Assn. Conventions. 1999.
Tonn, Mari Boor. “Princess Diana of Wales: Maternal Icon and Iconoclast.” Eastern Communication Assn. Convention. Charleston, WV. 1999.

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Tonn, Mari Boor. “Old Wine in New Bottles or New Wine in Old Bottles?: A Parable for Rhetorical Criticism.” Spotlight on Scholarship Sess. Eastern Communication Assn. Convention. Charleston, WV. Apr. 1999. [Spotlight Vice-President’s Program].


Tonn, Mari Boor. “Rhetorical Criticism and/as Pedagogy.” Eastern Communication Assn. Convention. Saratoga Springs, NY. 1998.
Tonn, Mari Boor. “A Symposium: Making Sense of a Royal Obsession: Rhetoric by and about Princess Diana.” Eastern Communication Assn. Convention. Saratoga Springs, NY. 1998

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Tonn, Mari Boor. “Approaches to the Study of Campaign 2000.” Eastern Communication Assn. Convention. Saratoga Springs. 1998. [Vice-President’s Program].


Tonn, Mari Boor. “Rhetorical Studies: Where Are We–Where Are We Going?” Eastern Communication Assn. Convention. 1998. [Spotlight Vice-President’s Program].
Tonn, Mari Boor. “Rhetoric and Public Culture: The Future of Rhetorical Studies.” Eastern Communication Assn. Convention. Baltimore. 1997. [Spotlight on Rhetorical Scholars. Vice-President’s Program].
Tonn, Mari Boor. “The DebateWatch '96 Project”. Eastern Communication Assn. Convention. Baltimore. 1997.
Tonn, Mari Boor. “Enacting America's Ethos: Colin Powell's My American Journey.” Eastern Communication Assn. Convention. 1996.
Tonn, Mari Boor. “Moderating Citizen-Candidate Forums in the New Hampshire Primary.” Eastern Communication Assn. Convention. 1996.
Tonn, Mari Boor. “Suicide as Metaphor.” Eastern Communication Assn. Convention. Pittsburgh. 1995.
Tonn, Mari Boor, Diane T. Prusank, and Valerie A. Endress. “Feminine ‘Care’ vs. New Right ‘Control’: Family Values Night at the Republican National Convention.” Eastern Communication Assn. Convention. Washington D.C. 1994.
Tonn, Mari Boor. “The Rhetoric of the Senate Judiciary Committee in the Clarence Thomas-Anita Hill Hearings.” Roundtable. Eastern Communication Assn. Convention. Portland, ME. 1992.
Tonn, Mari Boor, Valerie A. Endress, and John .N. Diamond. “Hunting and Heritage on Trial in Maine: A Dramatistic Debate over Tragedy, Tradition, and Territory.” Eastern Communication Assn. Convention. Portland, ME. 1992. [Invitation by Interest Group Program Planner for Maine panel].
Tonn, Mari Boor. “Strategies to Diffuse Resistance by Students in Courses Treating Gender Issues.” Central States Speech Assn. Convention. Cleveland. 1992.
Kuhn, Mark S. And Mari Boor Tonn. “Dissolving Distinctions between Public and Private Talk: Speaker-Audience Interaction in the Labor Union Rhetoric of Mary Harris ‘Mother’ Jones.” Central States Communication Assn. Convention. Chicago. 1991.
Tonn, Mari Boor. “Texas's Ann Richards: Feminine Rhetoric as Exemplar of Neo-Populism.” Central States Communication Assn. Convention. Chicago. 1991.
Tonn, Mari Boor. “The Supreme Court, Webster v. Reproductive Health Services, and Pro-Choice rhetoric: Apologia as Rite of Passage.” Western Communication Assn. Convention. Sacramento. 1990.
Tonn, Mari Boor. “Ontology or Epistemology: The Dramatistic Debate.” Central States Communication Assoc. Convention. Chicago. 1988.
Tonn, Mari Boor. “Paulina Wright Davis's Una: The Premier of the Feminist Press. Southern States Communication Assn. Convention. Memphis. 1988.
Tonn, Mari and Laura Meeks. “Managerial Behavior of Females: Structures and Strategies in Political Contexts. Central States Communication Assn. Convention. Chicago. 1983.
Tonn, Mari and Laura Meeks. “The Non-Traditional College Student in Communication: The Administrative Function of Continuing Education Programs. Central States Communication Assn. Convention. Chicago. 1983.

STATE CONFERENCES
Tonn, Mari. “Teaching Resume Writing in the Communication Classroom.” Kansas Speech Communication Assn. Convention. Manhattan, KS. 1984.
Tonn, Mari. “High School Career Education in Communication.” Kansas Speech Communication Assn. Convention. Lawrence., KS 1982.

SELECTED CRITICAL RESPONSES

Tonn, Mari Boor. Program: “Nature and Technology.” National Communication Assn. San Francisco. 2010.


Tonn, Mari Boor. Program: “Top Papers in Public Address.” National Communication Assn. Chicago. 2009.
Tonn ,Mari Boor. Program: “Women and Rhetorical Action.” National Communication Assn. Chicago. 2009.
Tonn, Mari Boor. “Rhetoric and Dissent in the 19960s.” National Communication Assn. Chicago. 2009.
Tonn, Mari Boor. Program: “Entering the Arena: Apology and Blame in Political and Sport Rhetoric. Eastern Communication Assn. Convention. Pittsburgh. 2008
Tonn, Mari Boor. Program: “Campaign Strategies and Challenges in the 2006 Massachusetts Governor’s Race.” Eastern Communication Assn. Convention. Providence. 2007.
Tonn, Mari Boor. Program: “Public Voices: Class, Ethnicity, and the Roots of Women’s Activisim in the Gilded Age.” Susan B. Anthony and the Struggle for Equal Rights Conference. Rochester, NY. 2006.
Tonn, Mari Boor. Program: “Controversial Rhetorical Responses to 9/11.” National Communication Assn. Convention. Boston. 2005.

Tonn, Mari Boor. Program: “Top Papers in Political Communication.” Eastern Communication Assn. Convention. Pittsburgh. 2005.


Tonn, Mari Boor Tonn. Program: “Moving Around: Rhetoric and Progress in the International Realm.” Eastern Communication Assn. Convention. Boston. 2004.
Tonn, Mari Boor. Program: “Exploring the Limits of Women’s Labor Rhetoric from First-Wave through Third-Wave Feminism. National Communication Assn. Convention. Miami. 2003.
Tonn, Mari Boor. Program: “The Political Struggle Over Women’s Rights and Equality.” National Communication Assn. Convention. Miami. 2003.
Tonn, Mari Boor. Program: “Rhetorical Depictions of American Farm Women in Action.” National Communication Assn. Convention. New Orleans. 2002.
Tonn, Mari Boor. Program: “Top Papers in Rhetoric and Public Address.” Eastern Communication Assn. Convention. New York City. 2002.
Tonn, Mari Boor. Program: “Competitive Papers in Political Communication.” Eastern Communication Assn. Convention. New York City. 2002.
Tonn, Mari Boor. Program: “Top Papers in Rhetoric and Public Address.” Central States Communication Assn. Convention. Cincinnati. 2001.
Tonn, Mari Boor. Plenary Response: “Miss America Contesters and Contestants: Discourse about Social ‘Also-Rans.’” Rhetoric and Public Address Biennial Conf. Pennsylvania State Univ. 2000. [Invitation].
Tonn, Mari Boor. Program: “The Discursive Power of Alternative Rhetorical Forms: Persuasion in Song, Essay, and Cartoon.” National Communication Assn. Convention. Chicago. 1999.
Tonn, Mari Boor. Program: “Advancing the Boundaries of Ritual: The Funeral Address for Princess Diana.” Eastern Communication Assn. Convention. 1998.
Tonn, Mari Boor. Program: “Multiple Contexts, Multiple Methods: Diverging Perspectives Converging on Gender.” National Communication Assn. Convention. 1997.
Tonn, Mari Boor. Program: “Analyzing the 1996 Vice-Presidential Debate.” National Communication Assn. Convention. 1997.
Tonn, Mari Boor. Program: “The Rhetoric of Radical Women Labor Leaders.” Speech Communication Assn. Convention. New Orleans. 1994.
Tonn, Mari Boor. Response to position paper by Jane Blankenship and Deborah Robson. “The ‘Feminine Style" in Political Discourse: Exploring the Difference ‘Difference’ Makes.” Eastern Communication Assn. Annual Convention. Washington D.C. 1994. [Invitation].
Tonn, Mari Boor. Program: “Top Debut Papers in Rhetoric and Public Address.” Eastern Communication Assn. Convention. Washington D.C. 1994.
Tonn, Mari Boor. Program: “Debut Papers in Rhetoric and Public Address.” Eastern Communication Assn. Annual Convention. Portland, ME. 1992.

SHORT COURSES/SEMINARS/WORKSHOPS
Tonn, Mari Boor. Seminar Leader. Kenneth Burke Triennial Conf. “Burke and Feminism.” Villanova University. Upcoming Summer 2008. [Invitation].
Tonn, Mari Boor. Preconference Seminar Position Paper. “Looking Out–Looking In: Public Address in a New Century.” National Communication Assn. Convention. Miami. 2003.
Tonn, Mari Boor, David Zarefsky, and Carol Jablonski. Short Course Leader. “Teaching the Rhetoric of the 1960s.” Eastern Communication Assn. Convention. Washington D.C. 2003.
Tonn, Mari Boor and Clarke Rountree. Seminar Leader. “Pentadic Criticism.” Kenneth Burke Triennial Conf. Tulane University. 2002. [Invitation].
Tonn, Mari Boor. Rhetoric Workshop Leader. Undergraduate Honors Conf. in Communication. DePauw University. 2000. [Invitation].
Tonn, Mari Boor. Annual Summer Shortcourse and Conf. “Narrative.” Pittsburg (KS) State University 1989. [Invitation].
Gold, Ellen R, Mari Tonn, et al. Workshop Leader. Workshop for New Teaching Assistants Campus-Wide. University of Kansas. 1985.

MISCELLANEOUS PUBLICATIONS/PRESENTATIONS
Tonn, Mari Boor. Discussant. Roundtable analyzing rhetoric following terrorist attacks of Sept. 11, 2001. University of Maryland. 2001. [Requested by Dean of Arts and Humanities].
Tonn, Mari Boor. “Princess Diana and Baseball.” New Hampshire Public Radio. WEVO. Concord. Oct. 1997.
Tonn, Mari. “The Lie.” Short story. The Little Balkans Literary Review 4 (1984): 34-39. [Pushcart Prize Nominee].



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