Faculty Profile for Matt Morris

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Matt Morris
Lecturer — Department of Communication Studies
CENT 300
phone: (512) 245-1360

Selected Scholarly/Creative Work

  • Morris, M. B. (n.d.). Refiguring Mass Communication: A History by Peter Simonson. Rhetoric and Public Affairs.
  • Morris, M. B. (2014). Progress. In L. Browning & J. Oddvar Sornes (Eds.), Stories from the High North.
  • McKenzie, J., & Morris, M. B. (2012). Communication Ethics. In K. Stimpson, A. Battaglia, J. M. Daly, & A. M. Young (Eds.), Professional Communication Skills. Pearson Learning Solutions.
  • Morris, M. B. (2011). he Narcissistic Style of American Politics: The Rhetorical Appeal of Sarah Palin. In B. Brummett (Ed.), The Politics of Style and the Style of Politics. Lexington Books.
  • Gruber, D., Jack, J., Keranen, L., McKenzie, J. M., & Morris, M. B. (2011). Rhetoric and the Neurosciences: Engagement and Exploration. POROI, 7(1).

Selected Service Activities

Teaching and Evaluation Committee for CMS 306M
Guest Reviewer
The Review of Communication
Program Planner
Association for Psychoanalysis in Communication, NCA
Reviewer / Referee
Critical and Cultural Studies Division, NCA
Reviewer / Referee
Political Communication Division, NCA