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"The Debate Author Working Group Model for Collaborative Knowledge Production in Forensics Scholarship" (coauthor with Gordon R. Mitchell, Carly S. Woods, Matthew Brigham, Eric English, and John Rief). Argumentation and Advocacy, 47(1): 1-24
"Review: Human Goodness: Pragmatic Variations on Platonic Themes by Paul Schollmeier." Philosophy and Rhetoric 41(2): 190-194
"Debate as a Weapon of Mass Destruction" (coauthor with Eric English, Stephen Llano, John Rief, and Carly Woods). Communication & Critical/Cultural Studies 4 (2007): 222-226
"Letting Something Be Said to Us: Rhetoric, Philosophy and the Ontological Foundations of Doxa" presented at the Society for Student Philosophers annual conference, Austin, TX April 12, 2010.
Cate Morrison has been teaching communication, rhetoric, argumentation and debate at URI since 2008. Her research interests include the history and philosophy of rhetoric, argumentation and public deliberation, aesthetics, and the rhetoric of science.
Cate is also a former competitive policy debater and coach, who is interested in providing opportunities for undergraduate students to engage in debate here at URI.
Harrington School of Communication and Media Lecturer, Dr. Samara Anarbaeva, presents her paper exploring the construction of Second Life avatar's identity in terms of race, gender, and fashion.
Dr. McClure received the 2010 NCA Outstanding Article Award for "Kenneth Burke's Dramatic Form Criticism," coauthored with F. D. Anderson and A. King, in Rhetorical Criticism, edited by J. A. Kuypers.