Mari Boor Tonn Rhetoric and Communication Studies University of Richmond



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Summer Research Grant. University of Richmond. Summer 2010. ($6,000).

General Research Board Grant. University of Maryland Graduate School. Fall 2003. ($9,000).

Travel Grant. To interview Theodore Sorensen, former legal council and speechwriter for PresidentJohn F. Kennedy. New York City. ($350). College of Liberal Arts. University of New Hampshire. 2001.

Conference Support Grant. [with James Farrell]. New Hampshire Primary 2000 National Research Conference. ($1,500). Center for the Humanities and Vice-President’s Undesignated Gifts. University of New Hampshire. 1998.

Research Grant. ($1,500). Karl Wallace Memorial Fellowship Award Committee. National Communication Association 1997.

Research Grant. ($6,000). [split with Lynn Stearney]. Democracy, Communication, and Technology Project. College of Liberal Arts and Graduate School. University of New Hampshire. 1995.

Travel Grant. ($350). To Labor Archives at Taniment Library, New York University. College of Liberal Arts. University of New Hampshire. 1993.

Travel Grant. ($350). To interview speechwriters and staff of Texas Governor Ann Richards, Austin. College of Liberal Arts, University of New Hampshire. 1992.

Semifinalist. Bunting Research Fellowship. Radcliffe/Harvard University. 2001.

Graduate Student Research Award. ($400). Travel to Catholic University, Washington, D.C., for Mary Harris Jones Papers. Communication Studies. University of Kansas. 1986.



TEACHING


UNDERGRADUATE COURSES
Rhetoric of Political Campaigns Great Speakers & Speeches

Rhetorical Theory Public Speaking/Interpersonal

Women & Communication Public Speaking

Rhetorical Criticism Rhetoric of Abolition/Early Woman’s Rights

Rhetoric of the 1960s (+ Honors section) Feminist Rhetoric & Film (co-taught)

Rhetoric of U.S. Feminism Field Experience

Propaganda & Persuasion (+ Honors section) Rhetorics of Display and Visuality

Rhetoric, Media, & the 1960s Public Address

Rhetoric & Public Address
GRADUATE COURSES
Intro to Graduate Study (co-taught) Rhetoric of Abolition/Early Woman’s Rights

Historical/Critical Methods Rhetoric of U.S. Feminism

Advanced Historical/Critical Methods Professional Interviewing

Narrative




COURSE SUPERVISION


Course Supervisor. Communication and Gender. [2-6 sections per semester] University of Maryland. 2001-present.

Course Supervisor, Teacher, and Coordinator. Communication Field Experience. University of New Hampshire. 1999-2001. [20-30 interns per semester]

Course Coordinator. Public Speaking. Communication. University of New Hampshire. 1995-99.

ADVISING
Ph.D. Advisor:
Terri Donofrio, Communication, University of Maryland, 2008-09

James Gilmore, Communication, University of Maryland, 2008-09

Lauren Condoluci. Communication. University of Maryland , 2005-07

Kelly Carr. Communication. University of Maryland. 2001-03

Arthur Herbig. Communication. University of Maryland. 2002-04

M.A. Advisor:


Terri Donofrio. Communication. University of Maryland, 2006-08

Janna Whitney. Communication. University of Maryland, 2005-06

Jeremy Stutzman. Communication. University of Maryland, 2003-04


Joanne Peterson, Speech Communication. University of Maine, 1988-89

Lynn Weilbrenner. Speech Communication. University of Maine, 1989-90
Director, Senior Honors Theses:
Ryan Brandt. “Taking Advantage of the SuperBowl Ad Spectacle.” Communication. University of New Hampshire. 2000.
Heather J. Gilzean. “Presidential Rhetoric v. Commander-in-Chief Rhetoric and the Role of the War Powers Resolution.” Communication. University of New Hampshire. 1995.
David E. Posada. “Thinking Like a Mountain: The Rhetoric of Radical Environmentalism.” Communication. University of New Hampshire. 1992.
Advisor and Coordinator, Citation in Rhetoric. Communication. University of Maryland. 2002-04.
Communication Department Representative, Rhetoric Minor Committee. (Joint minor with English). University of Maryland. 2004-present.
Advisor and Coordinator, Rhetoric and Public Address Minor. Communication. University of New Hampshire. 1996-2001.
Honors Advisor and Coordinator. Honors in Communication Program. University of New Hampshire. 1991-98.
Undergraduate Major Advisor. Communication. University of New Hampshire. 1992-2001.



GRADUATE STUDENT COMMITTEES
Completed Ph.D. Dissertation Committees:

Belinda Stillion Southard. Communication. “The National Woman’s Party’s Militant Campaign for Woman Suffrage, 1913-1920: Asserting Citizenship Rights through Political Mimesis.” Ph.D. diss. Communication. University of Maryland. 2008.


Natalie Tindall. Communication. “Diversity, the Achievement of Power, and the Public Relations Function. “ Ph.D. diss. Communication. University of Maryland. 2007.
Michael Andrew Phillips-Anderson. “A Theory of Rhetorical Humor in American Public Discourse.” Ph.D. diss. Communication. University of Maryland. 2007.
Tiffany Derville. “Relationship Management and Member Retention: A Case Study of an Advocacy Organization.” Ph.D. diss. Communication. University of Maryland. 2007.
Lisa Corrigan. “Reimagining Black Power: Prison Manifestos and the Strategies of Regeneration in the Rewriting of Black Identity, 1969-2002. Ph.D. diss. Communication. University of Maryland, 2006.
Amy Heyse. “Teachers of the Lost Cause: The United Daughters of the Confederacy and the Rhetoric of Their Catechisms.” Ph.D. diss. Communication. University of Maryland, 2006.
Jason Black. “U.S. Governmental Native Voices in the Nineteenth Century Indian Removal Debate.” Ph.D. diss. Communication. University of Maryland. 2006.
Lisa Burns. “First Ladies as Political Women: Press Framing of Presidential Wives, 1900-2001. Ph.D. diss. Communication. University of Maryland. 2004.
William Fitzgerald. “Speakable Reverence: Human Language and the Scene of Prayer.” Ph.D. diss. English. University of Maryland. 2002.
Ph.D. Prospectus/Dissertation Committees:
Belinda Stillion Southard. Communication. University of Maryland. 2007-09

Erica Lamm. Communication. University of Maryland. 2007-2009

Lindsay Hayes. Communication. University of Maryland. 2007-2009

Michael Chambers. Communication. University of Maryland. 2004-09

Michele Mason. Communication. University of Maryland. 2004-09

Neil Mansharamani. Communication. University of Maryland. 2004-2009.

Kelly Carr. Communication. University of Maryland. 2004-2009

Completed Ph.D. Exam Committees:
Lindsay Hayes. Communication. University of Maryland. 2007.

Erica Lamm. Communication. University of Maryland. 2007.

Bjorn Southard. Communication. University of Maryland, 2006.

Natalie Tindall. Communication. University of Maryland. 2005.

Belinda Stillion Southard. Communication. University of Maryland. 2005.

Lisa Corrigan. Communication. University of Maryland. 2004.

Jason Black. Communication. University of Maryland. 2004.

Kelly Carr. Communication. University of Maryland. 2004.

Amy Heyse. Communication. University of Maryland. 2003.

Neil Mansharamani. Communication. University of Maryland. 2003.

Lisa Burns. Communication. University of Maryland. 2002.

Michael Phillips. Communication. University of Maryland. 2002.

Anthony Wainright. Communication. University of Maryland, 2002.

Completed M.A. Committees:
Adam McDaniel. Communication. University of Maryland. 2007.

Abbe Depretis. Communication. University of Maryland, 2006.

Christine Hansen. Communication. University of Maryland, 2003.

Bjorn Southard. Communication. University of Maryland, 2003.

Belinda Stillion Southard. Communication. University of Maryland, 2003.

Erica Lamm, Communication. University of Maryland, 2003.

Lisa Corrigan. Communication. University of Maryland, 2002.

Beth Savage. Speech Communication. University of Maine, 1991.

Peter Iskanian. Speech Communication. University of Maine, 1991.

Lisa Satchfield. Speech Communication. University of Maine, 1991.

Maureen Perry. Speech Communication. University of Maine, 1991.

Jane Smillie.. Speech Communication. University of Maine. 1991.

Linda Francis. Speech Communication. University of Maine, 1990.

Karen Beskalo. Speech Communication. University of Maine, 1990.

Ted Riley. Speech Communication. University of Maine, 1990.

Deborah LeClair. Speech Communication. University of Maine, 1990.

Tamara Burke. Speech Communication. University of Maine, 1989.

Chris Bobel. Speech Communication. University of Maine, 1989.

Patrice Opplinger. Speech Communication. University of Maine, 1989

Tom Puckett. Speech Communication. University of Maine, 1989.


M.A. Committees in Progress:
Heather Adams. Communication. University of Maryland. 2006-present.
Completed M.A. Thesis Committee:
John N. Diamond. “Gender Bias in Language as a Political Issue in Maine.” M.A. thesis. Speech Communication. University of Maine. 1989.
Completed Off-campus Senior Thesis Committee Member. Bates College Lewiston, ME. 1999.

PROFESSIONAL SERVICE


EDITORIAL BOARDS
Associate Editor Quarterly Journal of Speech, 2000-2007, 2010-present

Associate Editor Rhetoric & Public Affairs, 2003-present

Editorial Board Rhetoric Review, 2007-2010

Editorial Board Southern States Communication Journal, 2007-2010

Associate Editor KB Journal [New On-line journal], 2006-2010

Associate Editor Critical Studies in Media Communication, 2000-2010

Editorial Board Women’s Studies Quarterly, 2001-04

Editorial Board Communication Quarterly, 1996-2003, 2009-10

Associate Editor Western Journal of Communication , 2000-02

Associate Editor Women's Studies in Communication, 1997-2002

Editorial Board Qualitative Research Reports , 1999-2002; 2005-2009

MANUSCRIPT REVIEWS/PAPER AND PANEL REFEREE
External Reviewer Argumentation and Advocacy, 2008

External Reviewer Communication and Critical/Cultural Studies, 2007

External Reviewer Rhetoric Society Quarterly, 2007

Paper/Panel Referee Rhetoric and Public Address Division, Southern Communication Association, 2007

External Reviewer Feminist Studies, 2006

External Reviewer Western Journal of Communication, 2006

Paper/Panel Referee Rhetoric Society of America, 2006

External Reviewer Rhetoric & Public Affairs, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003

External Reviewer. Communication Studies, 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2003

External Reviewer Communication Quarterly, 1995, 2003

External Reviewer Text and Performance Quarterly, 1992, 1993, 1994

External Reviewer National Women’s Studies Association Journal, 1992, 1993, 1994, 2008

Book Reviewer University of Illinois Press, 2004, 2005

Book Reviewer Harcourt Brace Press, 2000

Book Reviewer Westview Press, 1999

Paper/Panel Referee Rhetoric and Public Address Interest Group, Eastern Communication Association,1990, 1993, 1994, 1995,1996, 2000, 2005

Paper/Panel Referee Rhetoric and Public Address Division, National Communication Association,1996,1998,1999, 2003, 2008

Paper/Panel Referee Political Communication Interest Group, Eastern Communication

Association, 1995, 1997, 2000, 2003



EXTERNAL TENURE CASE REVIEWS
Tenure Case Communication Lake Forest College 2008

Tenure Case Communication University of New Hampshire 2007

Tenure Case Communication Studies University of Rhode Island 2007

Tenure Case Speech Communication Pennsylvania State University, Berks 2005

Tenure Case Communication Rhode Island College 2005

Tenure Case Communication University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee 2005

Tenure Case Communication Studies University of Rhode Island 2002

Tenure Case Rhetoric, Language, & Culture University of Hartford 2000

AWARDS COMMITTEES
Research Fellow Award Committee. Eastern Communication Assn. 2008-present

Chair, Ecroyd Teaching Excellence Award Committee. Eastern Communication Assn. 2005

Ecroyd Teaching Excellence Award Committee. Eastern Communication Assn. 2004-present

Kohrs-Campbell Rhetorical Prize Committee. Michigan State University Press . 2003-present

Teaching Fellow Award Committee. Eastern Communication Assn. 2005-present

Everett Lee Hunt Research Award Committee. Eastern Communication Assn. 2000; 2004

Marie Hochmuth Nichols Book Award Committee. National Communication Assn. 1998

OTHER PROFESSIONAL SERVICE

Legislative Council. National Communication Assn. 2002-05; 2010-present

Chair. Public Address Division. National Communication Assn. 2009-10

Nominating Committee. National Communication Association. 1997; 2010.

VIce Chair. Public Address Division. National Communication Assn. 2008-09

Advocate, National Humanities Day in Congress. National Communication Assn. 2008;2009

Vice Chair Elect. Public Address Division. National Communication Assn. 2007-08

Vice Chair Elect. Kenneth Burke Interest Group. Eastern Communication Assn. 2007

Political Communication Nominating Committee. National Communication Assn. 2005

Conference Committee. Biennial Public Address Conf. University of Maryland. 2004

Resolutions Committee. National Communication Assn. 2004

Chair. Political Communication Interest Group. Eastern Communication Assn. 2005

Committee of Scholars. Eastern Communication Assn. 1999-2000; 2003-04

Vice-Chair. Political Communication Interest Group. Eastern Communication Assn. 2003

Secretary. Political Communication Interest Group. Eastern Communication Assn. 2004

Coordinator, Wine and Spots Reception. Political Communication Interest Group. Eastern Communication Assn. Convention. Washington, D.C. 2003

Publications Board Representative. Political Communication Interest Group. National Communication Assn. 2002

Focus Group Facilitator. Eastern Communication Assn. Convention. Charleston, WV. 1999

Ad Hoc Feasibility Study Committee for New Journal. Eastern Communication Assn. 1998

National Conference Co-Chair. Organization for the Study of Language, Communication, and Gender Conf. Portland, ME. 1998

Chair. Rhetoric and Public Address Interest Group. Eastern Communication Assn. 1996-97

Secretary. Rhetoric and Public Address Interest Group. Eastern Communication Assn. 1995-96

Local Arrangements Committee. Eastern Communication Assn. Convention. Portland, ME 1992

Nominating Committee. Rhetoric and Public Address. Speech Communication Assn. 1989

District Chair. Kansas State Speech Assn. 1983-84

Chair. Career Education Advisory Council for Southeast Kansas. Greenbush, KS. 1980

DEPARTMENT SERVICE
Web-page Coordinator. Rhetoric & Communication Studies. University of Richmond. 2010-present

Forum Coordinator. Rhetoric & Communication Studies. University of Richmond. 2009-present

Curriculum Committee. Rhetoric & Communication Studies. University of Richmond. 2009-present

By-Laws Committee. Rhetoric & Communication Studies. University of Richmond. 2009-present

Search Committee. Rhetoric & Communication Studies. University of Richmond. 2009-present

Grade Appeals Committee. Communication. University of Maryland. 2008-09

Teaching Evaluation Committee. Communication. University of Maryland. 2008-09

Director of Graduate Studies. Communication. University of Maryland. 2006-07

Search Committee, Rhetoric. Communication. University of Maryland. 2006

Graduate Committee. Communication. University of Maryland. 2001-07

Mentor . New Faculty in Intercultural Communication. University of Maryland. 2005

Faculty Advisory Committee to Chair. Communication. University of Maryland. 2002-03

Chair, Search Committee, Public Relations. Communication. University of Maryland. 2005

Chair, Search Committee, Persuasion & Social Influence. University of Maryland. 2005

Department Representative, Rhetoric Minor Committee. University of Maryland. 2004-09

Proposal Coordinator. 2004 Biennial Public Address Conf. University of Maryland. 2002

Appointment, Promotion, & Tenure Committee. Communication. University of Maryland. 2001-09

Secretary, Departmental Assembly. Communication. University of Maryland. 2001-02

Salary Committee. Communication. University of Maryland. 2001-02; 03-04; 07-08

Political Communication Strategic Planning Committee. Communication. University of Maryland 2001

Rhetoric Strategic Planning Committee. Communication. University of Maryland. 2001

Department Chair. [Acting] Communication. University of New Hampshire. 2001

Coordinator, Internship Program. Communication. University of New Hampshire. 1999-2001

Coordinator, Public Speaking Courses. Communication. University of New Hampshire. 1995-99

Peer Review Committee. Communication. University of New Hampshire. 1996-2001

Coordinator, Honors in Communication Program. University of New Hampshire. 1991-98

Coordinator of Senior Awards. Communication. University of New Hampshire. 1991-98

Organizer, Reception for Graduates. Communication. University of New Hampshire. 1991-98

Co-advisor, COMM-ENTARY. [Journal] Communication. University of New Hampshire. 1992-93

Departmental Executive Committee. Communication. University of New Hampshire. 1991-2001

Search Committee, Media. Communication. University of New Hampshire. 2001

Search Committee, Rhetoric. Communication. University of New Hampshire. 1999

Search Committee, Interpersonal. Communication. University of New Hampshire. 1996

Search Committee, Media. Communication. University of New Hampshire. 1994

Plagiarism Committee. Communication. University of New Hampshire. 1993-94

Amenities Fund. Communication. University of New Hampshire. 1994-96

Faculty Search Committee, Rhetoric. Communication. University of New Hampshire. 1992

Graduate Committee. Speech Communication. University of Maine. 1987-91

Graduate Curriculum Review Committee. Speech Communication. University of Maine. 1990

Chair, Oak Scholarship Committee. Speech Communication. University of Maine. 1989

Undergraduate Curriculum Review Committee. Speech Communication. University of Maine. 1989

COLLEGE SERVICE
Chair Review Committee for Communication. Arts & Humanities. University of Maryland. 2006

Catherine Mackin Scholarship Committee. Arts & Humanities. University of Maryland. 2002

Outstanding Senior Awards Committee. Arts & Humanities. University of Maryland. 2001

Policies Committee. Liberal Arts. University of New Hampshire. 1998-2000

Honors Committee. Liberal Arts. University of New Hampshire. 1998-2000

Chair, Social Science Division of Executive Committee. Liberal Arts. University of New Hampshire 1992-94

Executive Committee. Liberal Arts. University of New Hampshire. 1992-94

Discretionary Salary for Merit and Inequities Committee. Social & Behavioral Sciences. University of Maine. 1990-91

Advisory Admissions Committee. Social & Behavioral Sciences . University of Maine. 1990-91

UNIVERSITY SERVICE
Honors Committee. University of Richmond. 2010-present

Board Member. Women, Gender, & Sexuality Studies. University of Richmond. 2009-present

Member, Middle States Accreditation Committee for CORE. University of Maryland. 2005-06

University Senate. University of Maryland. 2002-05

Senate Executive Committee. University of Maryland. 2002-03

Monthly full Senate meetings, bi-monthly Executive Committee meetings, monthly breakfast meetings with University President, ad hoc search committtee meetings with candidates for Director of Office of Information Technology and for Undergraduate Dean

Chair, Senate CORE Committee. University of Maryland. 2002-03

Chaired development of proposal to revise distributive studies requirements to include optional interdisciplinary component. Proposal passed Senate in 2004.

Senate Educational Affairs Committee. University of Maryland. 2002-03

Summer Faculty Advisor for First-Year Students. University of New Hampshire.1995-96

Speech Consultant, Parents Association. University of New Hampshire. 1995

Task Force for Campus Climate Study for Women. University of New Hampshire. 1994-95

Faculty, Admissions Workshop for High School Counselors. University of New Hampshire. 1993

President's Commission on Status of Women. University of New Hampshire. 1992-94

Chair, Coalition Committee, President’s Commission on Status of Women . University of New Hampshire. 1992-93

Chair, Family Policy Committee, President’s Commission on Status of Women. University of New Hampshire. 1993-94

Programming Committee, President’s Commission on Status of Women. University of New Hampshire. 1992-93

Membership Committee, President’s Commission on Status of Women. University of New Hampshire. 1993-94

First-year Students Reading List Committee. University of Maine. 1989

Deans and Directors Council. Pittsburg (KS) State University. 1983-84

PROFESSIONAL COMMUNITY SERVICE
Analyst. The Daily Record. 2007.

Speechwriting Consultant, Government of Norway. [see under consulting]. Summer 2004.

Analyst. “President Bush’s Rhetoric in the Wake of September 11, 2001.” BBC live television. Washington DC. October 2001.

Guest Speaker. “Women Struggle for Roses and Bread.” Adult Education Program. Kittery, ME. November 1999.

Call-In Show Radio Guest. “DebateWatch'96.” Narrator, Alan Harrison. WLNH. October 1996.

Call-In Show Radio Guest. “Third Parties and Presidential Debate Inclusion.” Narrator, Laura Knoy. The Exchange. New Hampshire Public Radio.WEVO. Concord. October 1996.

Guest Speaker. “DebateWatch'96.” Unitarian-Universalist Church. Durham, NH. October 1996.

Analyst. “Analysis of the New Hampshire Presidential Primary Race. Narrator, Marge Reedy. The Marge Reedy Show. New England CNN. Manchester. February 1996.

Analyst. Boston Globe, Nashua Telegraph, Concord Monitor, Christian Science Monitor, Manchester Union Leader, New Hampshire Campus Journal, The New Hampshire. February, September, October, November 1996.

Analyst. New Hampshire Public Radio. WEVO. Concord. 2001.

Moderator, Citizen Forum with New Hampshire Senate Candidate, Senator Bob Smith. Voters' Voice Project, New Hampshire. Durham, NH 1996.

Civic journalism project sponsored by consortium of NH newspapers, television, and radio stations.

Moderator, Citizen Forum with Presidential Candidate, Senator Richard Lugar. Voters' Voice Project. New Hampshire. Durham, NH 1995.

Civic journalism project sponsored by consortium of NH newspapers, television, and radio stations.

Speaker, Debates'92: A Symposium. Co-sponsored by Commission on Presidential Debates and Freedom Forum. Washington D.C. May 1993.

Panel Participant, Women's History Month Celebration. University of New Hampshire. 1992-93

.

Call-In Show Radio guest. “Analysis of the 1992 Election Campaign.” Narrator, David Balkin. Newsmakers. WZNN. Rochester, NH. November 1992.



Call-In Show Radio guest. “Rhetoric of the 1960s.” Narrator, David Balkin. Newsmakers, WZNN. Rochester, NH. March 1993.

Guest speaker. Black History Month. Portsmouth Middle School, Portsmouth, NH. March 1993.

Television Analyst. “Brennan and McKernan: Just What are They Trying to Say?” Narrator John Diamond. Inside Augusta. Maine PBS. 10 October 1990.

Analysis of Political Advertising in 1990 Maine Gubernatorial Race.

Judge, State and Regional Maine Spear Public Speaking Contests. 1989.

Guest Speaker. “Analysis of the Rhetoric of the Industrial Labor Movement.” Lion's Club, Little Balkans, and other community organizations in Kansas. 1987.



PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIPS


National Communication Association

Eastern Communication Association

Rhetoric Society of America

Kenneth Burke Society





PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT ACTIVITIES




Obama Presidential Conference. Texas A&M University. March 1010.

Recipient, Undergraduate Technology Assistant Program. College of Arts and Humanities. University of Maryland. [proposal accepted for student assistant to assist with technology development for courses]. Spring 2006.

Public Address Conference. Vanderbilt University. 2006.

Rhetoric Society of America Conference. Memphis. 2006.

Kenneth Burke Conference. Pennsylvania State University. 2005

Kenneth Burke Conference. New Orleans. 2002.

Presidential Rhetoric Conference. Texas A&M University. 1999, 2002.

Public Address Conference. University of Georgia. 2002.

Special Invitation, Hosted Dinner/Program for Technology and Politics. John F. Kennedy Presidential Library. Boston. 1995.

Writing Across the Curriculum Workshops. University of Maine. April., June 1989.
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