Paul B. Stewart
Associate Professor of Communication
Director of First Year Seminar Program
Office: (585) 594-6332
At RWC since: 1995
Ph.D. (Communication), University of Maryland, 2001
M.A. (Communication), Wichita State University, 1988
B.S., Greenville College, 1985
History of American public discourse; rhetorical theory; rhetorical criticism; communication ethics
Current Research Interests:
Petitioning; public discourse and the public sphere
Sample of RWC Courses:
CMC 101 Principles of Speech
CMC 202 Introduction to Mass Communication
CMC 207 Argumentation and Debate
- “Conceptualizing Closure: Restricting Restrictions of the Public Sphere,” paper presented at panel at the New York State Speech Communication Association Convention, 2001.
“Humiliation of the Word: The Intersection of Jerusalem and Athens,”
paper presented at the New York State Speech Communication Association Convention, 1998.
“Beyond the Rainbow: Jesse Jackson’s Rainbow Coalition Speech,” with Martha Solomon. Great Speeches for Criticism and Analysis. eds. Lloyd Rohler & Roger Cook. 1993.