My teaching and research interests are in the areas of intercultural communication, cultural studies, critical rhetorical studies, media criticism, feminist theory and criticism, and environmental communication.
My current research projects focus on the role of indigenous rock art (petroglyphs and pictographs) in the contemporary cultural landscape.
For more details, check out my current curriculum vitae.
Information for the MA in Applied Communication program can be found here.
I have posted some of my published work as well as some older conference papers that were not subsequently published.
Click here to see what essays are currently available.
Click here for my dissertation: "Drumming to the Edge of Discourse: Rhythm, Discipline and Resistance" (1994).