Name: Mary L. Kahl
Academic Rank: Associate Professor
Expertise Keywords: American speeches, Discourses of commemoration, Memorials, Monuments, Political advertising, Political communication, Presidential campaigns, Presidential debates, Presidential primaries, Presidential speeches
Available For: speaking
Expertise: I have served as a consultant to C-SPAN, have worked with the Commission on Presidential Debates, have attended presidential debates in two election cycles, and have slogged through the snows of New Hampshire to follow candidates in the New Hampshire Primary. I have been interviewed on NPR about the presidential debates and have written about presidential speeches for academic journals and conventions. I am currently the Vice President-Elect of the Eastern Communication Association, the oldest professional association of communication teachers and scholars in the nation.
Currrent Research: Presidential rhetoric following 9-11. The discourses associated with national monuments and memorials.
Office Phone: 845-257-3451
E-mail Address: email@example.com
Home Phone: 845-561-0749
Positions held prior to joining SUNY New Paltz:
taught at the University of California, Davis and at Boston College
|University of Michigan, Ann Arbor||9/72-4/76||BA||1976||Speech, English, & Educ.|
|Indiana University, Bloomington||9/76-12/78||MA||1978||Speech Communication|
|Indiana University, Bloomington||1/79-7/82||Ph.D.||1994||Speech Communication|
Distinguished Teaching Fellow, Eastern Communication Association Committee of Scholars Member, Eastern Communication Association
Other professional activities
President, Eastern Communication Association, 2004.
National Communication Association, various offices, including Division Chair, Legislative Council, several award committees, etc.
Eastern Communication Association, various offices, including being the incoming President. Other offices include: Chair of several divisions, Executive Council member, Finance and Publication Boards member, etc.
Also serve/have served as an Associate Editor of several Communication journals.
Last one was: "Doing the People's Business in the Wake of Impeachment: The Rhetorical Impact of President Clinton's 1999 State of the Union Address." The Communication Annual.