Back from the Windy City

November 16, 2009

Spent the last few days in Chicago for the National Communication Association. I presented four papers during the conference:

Entering the confessional voting booth: Religious rhetoric in modern presidential campaigns

No Jack Kennedy: A dramatistic analysis of Mitt Romney's "Faith in America" speech

Onward Christian soldiers: Analyzing Southern Baptist rhetoric depicting evangelism as war

Presiding in the end times: Use of religious rhetoric by lame-duck presidents
It was also a great time to catch up with former professors and classmates (and enjoy some good Chicago food).