Man with Curly Hair
James  Catano 
Professor
Bachelor's Degree(s): Notre Dame
Master's Degree: Brown
PhD: Brown
Phone: (225) 578-3140
Office: 219-A Allen Hall

Area of Interest

Rhetorical and Critical Theory, Gender Studies, Nonfiction Film and Prose. 

Awards & Honors

Board of Regents ATLAS Grant. $47,175. “Documenting Reality: Memory, Heritage, and the Public Life of Communities.” 7/06-7/07.

LSU Faculty Research Grant. $ 40,000. “Katrina: After the Aftermath.” With Carolyn Ware, et al. 7/06-7/07.

Selected Publications

Books : Language, History, Style: Leo Spitzer and the Critical Tradition (1988); Ragged Dicks and Jobs Manly: The Rhetoric of Masculinity and the Myth of the Self-Made Man (2001). 


Recent Articles
"Articulating the Values of Labor and Laboring: Civic Rhetoric and Heritage Tourism." In New Rhetorics of Working-Class Consciousness . Ed. William DeGenaro. UPitt Press. 2007.

 

Video Screenings
Uneasy Pieces.” 45 min. Working Class Studies Association. Minneapolis/St. Paul, MN, 2007.

"Steel Voices: From Mills to Malls and Movies." 23 min. The McDonough Art Museum. Youngstown, OH, May, 2005.

"Steel Voices: From Mills to Malls and Movies." Pilot. Professional Education and Conference Center, Canton, OH, Nov. 2004.

“Steel Voices: From Mills to Malls and Movies.” Pilot. PCA/ACA Conference. San Antonio, TX, April 2004."

"Steel Voices: From Mills to Malls and Movies." Pilot. The McDonough Art Museum. Youngstown, OH, May, 2003.