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Deliberation & Democracy

Name: Country: University: Affiliation: Position: Email: Keywords:
Petra Aczél Hungary Corvinus University of Budapest Faculty of Social Sciences Associate Professor petra.aczel@uni-corvinus.hu Dialogue; Rhetoric of New Media; Rhetorical Genres; Public Discourses; Persuasion
Sharon Avital Israel Tel-Aviv University Lecturer avitalsharon.shineon@gmail.com Religious Rhetoric; Social Movements; Popular Culture; Performance; Language
Mette Bengtson Denmark University of Copenhagen Dept. Of Media, Cognition and Communication PhD Fellow bengtson@hum.ku.dk Political Debate; Political Commentators; Argumentation; Democracy; Rhetorical Citizenship
Achieng Beverly South Africa University of Witwatersrand PhD Student bevachieng@yahoo.com Newspaper Coverage; Post Election  Violence; Framing Effects; Critical Discourse Analysis; Context and Reception
Kirsti Cole USA Minnesota State University Associate Professor kirsti.cole@mnsu.edu Feminist Rhetoric; Activist Rhetoric; Online Discourse; Rhetorical Theory; Rhetorical History
Nils Ekedahl Sweden Södertörn University Institute for Communication, Media and IT Associate Professor nils.ekedahl@sh.se History of Rhetoric; History of Education; Early Modern Period; Epideictic; Rhetoric of Public Spheres
Alan Finlayson United Kingdom University of East Anglia Dept. Of Political, Social and International Studies Professor a.finlayson@uea.ac.uk Rhetoric and Ideology; Rhetoric and Political Theory/Philosophy; British Politics; Parliamentary Rhetoric; Invention
Cara Finnegan USA University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Dept. of Communication Associate Professor caraf@illinois.edu Visual Rhetoric; Political Communication; Photography; Public Sphere; Rhetorical Criticism
G. Thomas Goodnight USA University of Southern California Annenberg School of Communication Professor gtg@usc.edu Rhetorical Theory; Public Sphere; Discourse Analysis; Economics; Communication Theory and Practice
Atilla Halsby USA University of Georgia Dept. Of Communication Studies PhD Student ahallsby@gmail.com Secrecy/Secretum; Publicity/Öffentlichkeit; Psychoanalysis; Affect; Circulation
Lennart Hellspong Sweden Södertörn University Professor (retired) lennart.hellspong@sh.se Rhetoric; Didactics; Argumentation; Democracy; Negotiation
Arlene Holmes-Henderson United Kingdom University of Glasgow Researcher Classical Rhetoric; Plato; Aristotle; Democratic Deliberation; Citizenship
Matthew Houdek USA Syracuse University Dept. Of Communication and Rhetorical Studies PhD Student mthoudek@syr.edu Power and Counter-Hegemonic Discourses; Memory Studies; Politics and Citizenship; Tourist Studies; Subjectivity and Agency
Sine Nørholm Just Denmark Copenhagen Business School Dept. Of Business and Politics Associate Professor snj.cbp@cbs.dk Rhetorical Criticism; Public Debate; European Union; Market Formation; Diversity
Agnieszka Kampka Poland Warsaw University of Life Sciences Dept. Of Sociology Assistant Professor akampka@hotmail.com Political Rhetoric; Public Sphere; Visual Rhetoric; Rhetoric and Media
Christian Kock Denmark University of Copenhagen Dept. Of Media, Cognition and Communication Professor kock@hum.ku.dk Debate; Argumentation; History of Rhetoric; Poetics; Composition
Marie Lund Denmark Aarhus University School of Communication and Culture Associate Professor retml@dac.au.dk Rhetorical Style; Deliberation; Constitutive Rhetoric; Women's Rhetoric; Rhetorical Criticism
Matthew May USA North Carolina State Universiy Dept. Of Communication Assistant Professor msmay4@ncsu.edu Labor; Continental Philosophy; Cultural Theory; Freedom of Expression; American Public Address
Iva Nestorova Bulgaria South Western University of Bulgaria Associate Professor iva.nestorova@gmail.com Theory of Argumentation; Public Debate; On-line Deliberation; Language of Electronic Communication; Debate Tournament
Loïc Nicolas Belgium Université Libre de Bruxelles GRAL Post.Doc loic.nicolas@ulb.ac.be  Chaim Perelman; Theories of Argumentation; History of Rhetoric; Speech and Freedom; Choice and Uncertainty
Mads Einar Nielsen Denmark Aarhus University School of Culture and Society PhD Fellow hismen@hum.au.dk Propaganda; Narrative Rhetoric; Visual Rhetoric; Constitutive Rhetoric; Burkean Rhetoric
Helena Hansson Nylund Sweden Örebro University School of Humanities, Education and Social Sciences PhD Fellow helenanylund@hotmail.com Dialogue; Risk Communication; Rhetoric of Science; Public Policy
Cezar Ornatowski USA San Diego State University Professor ornat@mail.sdsu.edu Political Discourse; Parlamentary Discourse; Totalitarian Rhetoric; Political Rhetoric; Rhetoric and Transformation 
Kari Palonen Finland University of Jyväskyla Dept. Of Social Sciences and Philosophy Professor kari.i.palonen@jyu.fi  Parliamentary Rhetoric; Max Weber; Rhetoric as a style of political theorising; Conceptual Histories; Concept of Politics
Pamela Pietrucci USA University of Washington, Seattle Doctoral Candidate pamelap@uw.edu Rhetoric; Argumentation; Digital Humanities; Social Movements; Political Rhetoric
Rasmus Rønlev Denmark University of Copenhagen Dept. Of Media, Cognition and Communication PhD Fellow roenlev@hum.ku.dk Vernacular Rhetoric; Rhetorical Citizenship; Rhetorical Agency; Deliberative Democracy
Carolina Sánchez de Jaegher Netherlands RA Roosevelt Academy Spanish and Latin American Studies Lecturer c.sanchez@roac.nl Social Movements; The Rhetoric of Protest; Social Semiotics; Cognition in Political Discourses
Jean Wagemans Netherlands University of Amsterdam Assistant Professor j.h.m.wagemans@uva.nl Argumentation Theory; Ancient Dialectic; Ancient Rhetoric; Pragma-Dialectics; Expert Argumentation
Guy Westwood United Kingdom University of Oxford Classics Faculty Leventis Research Fellow guy.westwood@classics.ox.ac.uk Political Oratory; Democratic Rhetoric; Classical Athenian Oratory; Demosthenes; Aeschines
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