College of Arts and Humanities
19 achievements

19 achievements

Blair, Diane M.
Blair, D., & Khan, K.  (2013). Writing Bill Clinton: Mediated Discourses on Hegemonic Masculinity and the 2008 Presidential Primary.  Women's Studies in Communication. 36(1), 56-71.
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Blair, D.  (2011). Respondent, Top Four Papers, Organization for Research on Women and Communication. Presented at Western States Communication Association.
Blair, D.  (2010). First Ladies from Martha to Michelle. Presented at Fresno, CA.
Blair, D.  (2010). Celebrating Women’s Equality and the 90th Anniversary of Women’s Suffrage. Presented at U.S. Army and Women’s Resource Center, Fresno, CA.
Blair, D.  (2009). Review of Governing Codes: Gender, Metaphor and Political Identity, by Karrin Vasby Anderson and Kristina Horn Sheeler.  Rhetoric and Public Affairs. 12(1), 147-150.
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Blair, D.  (2008). I Want You To Write Me: Eleanor Roosevelt's Use of Personal Letters as a Rhetorical Resource.  Western Journal of Communication. 72(4), 415-433.
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Blair, D.  (2008). Shirley Chisholm: For the Equal Rights Amendment (10 August 1970).  Voices of Democracy: The U.S. Oratory Project. 50-62.
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Blair, D.  (2008). I want you to write me: Eleanor Roosevelt's use of personal letters as a rhetorical resource.  Western Journal of Communication. 72(4), 415-433.
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Blair, D.  (2005). We go ahead together or we go down together: The Civil Rights Rhetoric of Eleanor Roosevelt.  Civil Rights Rhetoric and the American Presidency. College Station: Texas A & M University Press.
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Blair, D., & Giles, S.  (2005). Rosalynn Carter: Crafting a Presidential Partnership Rhetorically.  Leading Ladies of the White House: Communication Strategies of Notable Twentieth Century First Ladies. (pp.140-163) Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield.
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Blair, D., & Parry-Giles, S.  (2005). Rosalyn Carter: Crafting a Presidential Partnership Rhetorically.  Leading ladies of the White House: Communication strategies of notable twentieth-century First Ladies. Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield.
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Blair, D.  (2005). We Go Ahead Together or We Go Down Together.  Civil rights rhetoric and the American presidency. College Station: Texas A & M University Press.
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, B., & , P.  (2004). Rosalynn Carter: Crafting a presidental partnership.  The rhetoric of American First Ladies of the twentieth century. Lanham, MD: Rowan and Littlefield.
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Blair, D.  (2004). Review of FDR’s Body Politics: The Rhetoric of Disability, by Davis W. Houck and Amos Kiewe.  Argumentation and Advocacy.
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Blair, D.  (2003). Review of FDR and Fear Itself: The First Inaugural Address by Davis W. Houck.  The Quarterly Journal of Speech. 89(4), 376-377.
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Parry-Giles, S., & Blair, D.  (2002). The Rise of the Rhetorical First Lady: Politics, Gender Ideology, and Women's Voice, 1789-2002.  Rhetoric and Public Affairs. 5(4), 565-599.
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Blair, D.  (2001). No Ordinary Time: Eleanor Roosevelt's Address to the 1940 Democratic National Convention.  Rhetoric and Public Affairs. 4(2), 203-222.
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Blair, D., & Gring-Pemble, L.  (2001). Speeches.  The Eleanor Roosevelt encyclopedia. (pp.492-498) Westport, Conn.: Greenwood Press.
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Gring-Pemble, L., & Blair, D.  (2000). Best-Selling Feminisms: The Rhetorical Production of Popular Press Feminists’ Romantic Quest.  Communication Quarterly. 2(2), 360-379.
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