Stephanie  Houston Grey 
Associate Professor
PhD: Indiana University (Rhetoric and Public Address)
Phone: (225) 578-6893
Office: 224 Coates Hall

Biography
Area of Interest

Teaching

CMST 3167 Rhetoric and Civilization
CMST 7965 Independent Study
CMST 4164 Advanced Argumentation
CMST 7966 Rhetorical Theory, Criticism and History
 

Awards & Honors

Selected Grants

Co-PI Faculty Resarch Grant, The Cross-Interrogation of Art and Science in the Study of HIV $40,000. (PI Vince LiCata)


Selected Research Honors

Top Four Paper Award, Performance Studies Interest Group, Western States Communication Association, 2007.

Top Faculty Paper Award, Popular Communication Division, Southern States Communication Association, 2004.

Top Faculty Paper Award, Popular Communication Division, Southern States Communication Association, 2002.

Bostrom Award Finalist, Southern States Communicaation Association, 2000.

Top Three Paper Award, Public Address Division, National Communication Association, 1998.

Top Four Paper Award, Visual Communication Commision, National Communication Association, 1998.

Doctoral Honors Conference Participant, Rhetoric Division, National Communication Association/Northwestern University, 1998

Top Four Paper Award, Peace and Conflict Communication Division, National Communication Association, 1997.

Owen Peterson Award, Rhetoric and Public Address Division, Southern States Communication Association, 1997.

Top Three Paper Award, Rhetoric and Public Address Division, Southern States Communication Association, 1997.

Robert G. Gunderson Award, Public Address Division, Speech Communication Association, 1996.

Selected Publications

"Art and Science at the Intersections: The Political and Cultural Consequences of Designing Self and Society," The American Communication Journal (2006). Editor's Introduction to Special Section.


"Exhibitions in Life and Death: Lucinda Devlin, Gunther Von Hagens, and the Disassembly of Scientific Progress," The American Communication Journal (2006).


Accepted for publication and in Progress for 2007. "Wounds Not Easily Closed: Exploring Trauma for Communication Studies." Communication Yearbook 31 (2007).


"Exposing the Backlash Against Ally McBeal: Eating Disorder Allegory and Feminism in Public Culture" 3/4 (2006) Communication and Critical/Cultural Studies


“Karen [Carpenter]: The Hagiography of Anorexia in the Public Memory of a Pop Star,”with Peggy J. Bowers, Afterlife as Afterimage: Popular Music and PosthumousFame, Eds. Steve Jones and Joli Jensen (New York, NY: Peter Lang, 2005).


Contribution to Special Issue on Campus Institutional Review Boards, Journal of Applied Communication Research August 2005, (33:3).
 

“The Consolation of Rhetoric: A Coming to Terms with the Discourse of Thanatos” The Quarterly Journal of Speech 90/1 (2004): 103-118.


"Writing Redemption: Trauma and the Authentication of the Moral Order in the Hibakusha [atomic bomb survivor] Literature," Text and Performance Quarterly 22/1 (2002): 1-23. 
 

"Reading Racism: A Reflection on the Politics of the Production of Knowledge," Critical Studies in Media Communication 18/4 (2001): 477-81.


"The Statistical War On Equality: Visions of American Virtuosity in The Bell Curve," The Quarterly Journal of Speech 85 (1999): 303-329.


Selected Editorial Experience

Critica Estancia, Board of Directors 2006.

Special Section Guest Editor, "Art and Science at the Intersections: The Political and Cultural Consequences of Designing Self and Society," American Communication Journal (forthcoming 2006).

Editorial Staff, Sally Caudill et al, eds., Contemporary Rhetorical Theory: A Reader (New York: Guilford, 1999).

Editorial Assistant, The Quarterly Journal of Speech, 1995-1998.