44 achievements

Blair, Diane M.

College of Arts and Humanities » Department of Communication
Blair, D.  (2015). Hillary Clinton’s ’18 million cracks’: the enduring legacy of the presidential glass ceiling.  Hillary Rodham Clinton and the 2016 election: her political and social discourse. (pp.1-14) Lanham, MD: Lexington Books.
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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.  (2013). Introduction.  Political women: language and leadership. Lanham, MD: Lexington Books.
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Blair, D.  (2013). The consummate bricoleur: celebrating the scholarship, leadership, and mentorship of Martha Solomon Watson. Presented at National Communication Association, Public Address Division, Washington, D. C.
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.  (2008). Rebellious revelry: the rhetorical functions of Anna Howard Shaw’s humor” (with Leslie Collins Hester). Presented at National Communication Association, Public Address Division, San Diego, CA.
Blair, D.  (2008). Finding rhetorical agency. Presented at Western States Communication Association, Rhetoric and Public Address Division, Denver, CO.
Blair, D.  (2008). Anticipating or averting madam president? gender, ideology, and the responsibilities of rhetoric. Presented at Rhetoric Society of America, Seattle, WA.
Blair, D.  (2007). Hillary Clinton’s conversation with America: inviting transformation in presidential campaign rhetoric. Presented at National Communication Association, Public Address Division, Chicago, IL.
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.  (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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Blair, D., & Parry-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.  (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., & Parry-Giles, S.  (2004). Rosalyn Carter: Crafting a Presidential Partnership Rhetorically.  Inventing a Voice: The Rhetoric of American First Ladies of the Twentieth. (pp.341-363) Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield.
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Blair, D.  (2004). Speaking of/for feminism: Eve Ensler’s the vagina monologues in theory and practice. Presented at National Communication Association, Women’s Caucus, Chicago, IL,.
Blair, D.  (2004). Report of the presidency and deliberative democracy—George Bush pesidential library. Presented at Presidential Rhetoric Conference, Center for Presidential Studies, College Station, TX.
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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Blair, D.  (2002). We go ahead together, or we go down together. Presented at Presidential Rhetoric Conference, Center for Presidential Studies--George Bush Presidential Library, College Station, TX.
Blair, D.  (2002). Communication in action: feminine and feminist images in the post-feminist era. Presented at National Communication Association, Public Address Division, New Orleans, LA.
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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Blair, D.  (2001). Performing the first lady: crafting a framework for understanding gender in rhetorical action. Presented at National Communication Association convention, Public Address Division, Atlanta, GA.
Blair, D.  (2000). Without precedent: reconstructing the speaking career of Eleanor Roosevelt. Presented at Rhetoric Society of America Conference, Washington, DC,.
Blair, D.  (2000). I want you to write me’: Eleanor Roosevelt’s use of personal letters as a rhetorical resource. Presented at National Communication Association Convention, Seattle, WA.
Blair, D.  (1999). Eleanor Roosevelt as first lady. Presented at Interdisciplinary Conference: The Vision of Eleanor Roosevelt: World Citizen Ahead of Her Time Hofstra University Cultural Center, Hempstead, NY.
Blair, D.  (1998). Best-selling feminisms: the rhetorical production of anti-feminist feminists’ romantic quest”. Presented at National Communication Association Convention, New York, NY.
Blair, D.  (1997). No ordinary time: redefining action and motive in Eleanor Roosevelt’s address to the 1940 democratic national convention. Presented at National Communication Association Convention, Public Address Division, Chicago, IL.
Blair, D.  (1997). Meanings of motherhood under the contract with America. Presented at Eastern Communication Association Convention, Baltimore, MD.
Blair, D.  (1997). Fragmentation and intertextuality in Pat Buchanan’s cultural war for the soul of America. Presented at Eastern Communication Association Convention, Baltimore, MD.
Blair, D.  (1996). Rhetoric’s dialectic: constructing a coherence for contemporary rhetorical theory. Presented at Penn State/University of Maryland Graduate Conference Exchange, College Park, MD.
Blair, D.  (1996). Rhetoric of response/able resistance: enacting a feminist ethic of risk. Presented at Speech Communication Association Convention, San Diego, CA.
Blair, D.  (1996). The prospect of rhetorical knowing. Presented at Rhetoric Society of America Conference, Tucson, AZ.
Blair, D.  (1995). Responsible discourse: deconstructing morality in communicative action. Presented at Speech Communication Association Convention, San Antonio, TX.
Blair, D.  (1995). Evaluating narratives: a feminist perspective. Presented at Conference on Research in Gender and Communication, Albuquerque, NM.
Blair, D.  (1995). Emancipatory narratives: toward transformations of narrative theory. Presented at Eastern Communication Association Convention, Pittsburgh, PA.
Blair, D.  (1994). Caring and connected: a feminist alternative for journalistic ethics. Presented at Speech Communication Association Convention, New Orleans, LA.
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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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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