Meredith Neville-Shepard joined the faculty in 2016. She earned her PhD in Communication Studies, with an emphasis in Rhetoric and Argumentation, from the University of Kansas.
COMM 1233: Media, Community, & Citizenship
COMM 2813: Intro to Electronic Media
COMM 3443: Intro to Rhetorical Theory
PhD, University of Kansas (Communication Studies)
MA, University of Kansas (Communication Studies)
BA, Furman University (Communication Studies)
Recent publications include:
Neville-Shepard, M. (Forthcoming). Extinguished dissent: Norman Morrison’s self-immolation as argument by sacrifice. In C. Winkler (Ed.), Networking argument: Selected works from the 20th NCA/AFA Conference on Argumentation. New York, NY: Routledge.
Neville-Shepard, R., & Neville-Shepard, M. (2018). “The Greatest Country on Earth”: The evolution of Michelle Obama’s American Dream. In Warner, E., Bystrom, D. G., McKinney, M. S., & Banwart, M. C. (Eds.), An unprecedented election: Media, communication, and the electorate in the 2016 campaign (pp. 206-222). Westport, CT: Praeger.
Neville-Shepard, M. (2018). The restrained tongue: Recovering Bathsua Makin’s weapon in seventeenth century England. In R. Lake (Ed.), Recovering argument: Selected works from the 19th NCA/AFA Conference on Argumentation. New York, NY: Routledge.
Neville-Shepard, M. (2014). Disturbing the conventions of national political conventions: Crossover addresses and reluctant testimony. In C. Palczewski (Ed.), Disturbing argument: Selected works from the 18th NCA/AFA Conference on Argumentation (pp. 207-212). New York, NY: Routledge.