Kristine Warrenburg Rome: Faculty and Staff
Research, Professional and Creative Activity:
Warrenburg, K. (2009). The invisible argument: Recognizing race through visceral reasoning. In Argument cultures: Proceedings of the 8th conference University of Windsor. Ontario Society for the Study of Argumentation.
Warrenburg, K. (2007). Aesthetic argument: Moving beyond logic. In F.H. van Eemeren (Ed.),Proceedings of the Sixth International Conference on Argumentation. Amsterdam, The Netherlands: International Society for the Study of Argumentation.
- Hicks, D., Margesson, R., & Warrenburg, K. (2005). Political reasonableness in contemporary argumentation theory: A content analysis of the New York Times, 1860-2004, Contemporary Argumentation and Debate, v. 26, p. 1-12.
Ph.D., University of Denver (Denver, CO) – August 2009
Department: Human Communication Studies
Program Concentration: Rhetoric and Communication Ethics
Cognate Focus: Culture and Communication
Dissertation: April 4, 1968: Death, difference, and dialogue: Robert F. Kennedy announces the assassination of Martin Luther King, Jr.
Advisor: Darrin Hicks, Ph.D.
M.A., Butler University (Indianapolis, IN) – August 2003
Program Concentration: U.S. History
Thesis: RFK on MLK: A rhetorical analysis of Robert Kennedy’s Indianapolis speech following the assassination of Martin Luther King, Jr.
Advisor: Michelle Mannering, Ph.D.
B.A., DePauw University (Greencastle, IN) – May 1999
Major: Communication Arts and Sciences
Senior Thesis: Woodstock 1969: A qualitative analysis utilizing Bormann’s fantasy theme approach
Advisor: Melanie (Barnes) Finney, Ph.D.
Area of Research:
- Rhetorical theory and criticism
- Rhetoric and public address
- Rhetoric of social movements
- Rhetoric of race
- Material rhetoric
- Public Memory
- Argumentation theory and aesthetics
- Communication ethics
- Public deliberation
Kristine Warrenburg Rome, Ph.D. is an Associate Professor of Communication who joined the Flagler College community in 2009-2010. Her research is driven by the problematic concerning the politics of difference. Such politics – of race, class, and/or gender – resonate in the situational context of communication interaction and create opportunities to re-produce hierarchy and/or transformation. Her most recent publication is “Counterpublicity and the Trail of Broken Treaties: Why not AIM for new sites of deliberation?” forthcoming in Decolonizing Public Address: American Indian Rhetoric and the Struggle for Self-Determination, ed. by J.E. Black & C.R. Kelly (New York: Peter Lang Publishing, 2018). Her research has also appeared in Contemporary Argumentation & Debate, as well as in multiple international argumentation conference proceedings. Her work on Robert F. Kennedy’s April 4, 1968 announcement of Martin Luther King, Jr’s assassination, which has been presented at over a dozen national and international scholarly conferences, is still ongoing.
Teaching and Related Service:
Courses taught at Flagler College:
- COM 491: Independent Study: Speech Communication
- COM 362: Media Ethics (multiple sections)
- COM 340: Communication & Pop Culture (multiple sections)
- COM 340: Walt Disney: Conglomerate & Cultural Criticism (multiple sections)
- COM 336: Stereotypes and Mass Media (multiple sections)
- COM 208: Introduction to Media (multiple sections)
- COR 101 WI: Keystone Seminar I: Culture, Place & Memory (multiple sections)
- COM 101: Speech Communication (multiple sections)
- COM 101: Speech Communication: Community Action (multiple sections)
- PD: Conflict Resolution as part of the Professional & Personal Development Course Series
Courses taught at previous institutions including:
Wittenberg University, Sinclair Community College, Hollins University, University of Denver, and Red Rocks Community College
- Rhetorical Criticism
- Race and Rhetoric
- Reasoning and Communication (multiple sections)
- Interpersonal Communication (multiple sections)
- Social Movement Rhetoric
- Argumentation and Debate
- Fundamentals of Argumentation
- Public Speaking (multiple sections)
- Introduction to Communication Theory (multiple sections)
- Speaking Out: Ideas that Matter
- Speaking Out: Special Occasions (multiple sections)
- Speaking Out: World Affairs (multiple sections)
Kristine has worked with a number of campus initiatives including undergraduate research, community-integrative education, and sustainability. She is Speech Coordinator for the Communication Department and has participated in the Florida Humanities High School Summer Seminars and Civil Rights Workshop. She received a Dean’s Award for Leadership and Service, Flagler College, 2012-2013.
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