Wendy Atkins-Sayre



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Wendy Atkins-Sayre



118 College Dr., #5131

Hattiesburg, MS 39406-0001

601-266-4271 (work)

wendy.atkinssayre@usm.edu

http://atkinssayre.wordpress.com/





Education

2005 PhD University of Georgia, Department of Communication Studies

Dissertation title: Identity Shifting: People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals and the Erosion of the Animal/Human Divide


1996 MA Texas State University—San Marcos, Dept. of Communication Studies

Thesis title: Bootblacks, Butchers, and Barbers: The Use of Racism in the Rhetoric of Elizabeth Cady Stanton


1994 BA Texas State University—San Marcos, Dept. of Communication Studies

Honors: Sallie Beretta Outstanding Senior Woman Award, Magna Cum Laude




Associate Professor University of Southern Mississippi

2012-present Dept. of Communication Studies

Hattiesburg, MS
Assistant Professor University of Southern Mississippi

2007-2012 Dept. of Communication Studies

Hattiesburg, MS
Visiting Assistant Professor Agnes Scott College

2005-2007 Dept. of Theatre

Decatur, GA

Administrative Experience

Department Chair University of Southern Mississippi

2016-present Dept. of Communication Studies


Speaking Center Director University of Southern Mississippi

2007-2016


Speaking Center Director Agnes Scott College

2005-2007 Center for Writing and Speaking




Publications

Books
Stokes, Ashli Q., & Atkins-Sayre, Wendy. (2016). Consuming Identity: The Role of Food in Redefining the South. Jackson, MS: University Press of Mississippi.
Atkins-Sayre, Wendy, & Yook, Eunkyong. (Eds.). (2015). Communicating Advice: Peer Tutoring and Communication Practice. New York: Peter Lang.
Yook, Eunkyong L., & Atkins-Sayre, Wendy (Eds.). (2012). Communication Centers and Oral Communication Programs in Higher Education: Advantages, Challenges, and New Directions. Lanham, MD: Lexington Books.
Articles and book chapters
Funderburk, Casey Malone Maugh, & Atkins-Sayre, Wendy. (Forthcoming; contract signed). Forgetting the 1960 Biloxi, Mississippi Wade-Ins: Collective Memory, Forgetting, and the Politics of Remembering Protest. In S. P. O’Rourke & L. K. Pace (Eds.), Like Wildfire: The Rhetoric of the Civil Rights Sit-Ins. Columbia, SC: University of South Carolina Press.
Atkins-Sayre, Wendy, & Yook, Eunkyong L. (2015). Training the Trainers: Improving Peer Tutoring through Communication Education. In W. Atkins-Sayre & E. L. Yook, Communicating Advice: Peer Tutoring and Communication Practice (pp. 3-14). New York: Peter Lang.
Atkins-Sayre, Wendy, & Stokes, Ashli Q. (2014). Crafting the Cornbread Nation: The Southern Foodways Alliance and Southern Identity. Southern Communication Journal, 79, 77-93. [lead article]
Atkins-Sayre, Wendy. (2012). Snapshots of the South: Eudora Welty’s Photography and Contested Images of Race. Southern Communication Journal, 77, 77-93. [lead article; winner of the Southern States Communication Association’s Rose B. Johnson Award, given to the top essay published that year in the journal]
Atkins-Sayre, Wendy. (2012). Speaking our Minds: Communication Centers and Critical Thinking. In E. L. Yook & W. Atkins-Sayre (Eds.), Communication Centers and Oral Communication Programs in Higher Education: Advantages, Challenges, and New Directions (pp. 13-22). Lanham, MD: Lexington Books.
King, Michael, & Atkins-Sayre, Wendy. (2012). Focusing on Faculty: The Importance of Faculty Support to Communication Center Success. In E. L. Yook & W. Atkins-Sayre (Eds.), Communication Centers and Oral Communication Programs in Higher Education: Advantages, Challenges, and New Directions (pp. 147-160). Lanham, MD: Lexington Books.
Atkins-Sayre, Wendy. (2012). Recognizing the Past, Celebrating Change: The “Mississippi, Believe It!” Campaign Redefines the South. In A. Slade, D. Givens-Carroll, & A. Narro (Eds.), Mediated Images of the South: The Portrayal of Dixie in Popular Culture (pp. 107-122). Lanham, MD: Lexington Books.
Atkins-Sayre, Wendy. (2010). Articulating Identity: People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals and the Animal/Human Divide. Western Journal of Communication, 74, 309-328.
Atkins-Sayre, Wendy. (2010). Protection from “Animal Rights Lunatics”: The Center for Consumer Freedom and Animal Rights Rhetoric. In G. Goodall & J. E. Black (Eds.), Arguments About Animal Ethics (pp. 147-162). Lanham, MD: Lexington Books.
Atkins-Sayre, Wendy. (2009). Governor Mom: Jane Swift and the Body Politic. In J. Edwards (Ed.), Gender and Political Communication in America: Rhetoric, Representation, and Display (pp. 129-147). Lanham, MD: Lexington Books.
Atkins-Sayre, Wendy. (2005). Naming Women: The Emergence of Ms. as a Liberatory Title. Women and Language, 28, 8-16.
Book reviews
Atkins-Sayre, Wendy. (2005). Review of The Masculine Woman in America, 1890-1935, by Laura L. Behling. Women’s Studies in Communication, 28, 151-154.
Atkins-Sayre, Wendy. (2004). Review of The Words of Cesar Chavez, by Richard J. Jensen and John C. Hammerback (Eds.). Quarterly Journal of Speech, 90, 253-254.
Atkins-Sayre, Wendy. (2003). Review of Viewers Like You?: How Public TV Failed the People, by Laurie Ouellette. Southern Communication Journal, 68, 349-350.
Atkins-Sayre, Wendy. (2000). Review of Untying the Tongue: Gender, Power, and the Word, by Linda Longmire (Ed.). Middle East Women’s Studies Review, 15(1/2), 12.
Research in Progress
Atkins-Sayre, Wendy, & Brown, Victoria L. Brown. (Manuscript in preparation). Historical Hijacking: Reading Animal Rights through Public Memory.
Stokes, Ashli, & Wendy Atkins-Sayre. (Manuscript in preparation). “SeaWorld of Hurt”: PETA, the Blackfish Effect, and the Power of Digital Activism.



Professional Awards

2016 J. Donald Ragsdale Mentor Award, Southern States Communication Association


2016 Top Paper Award, Southern States Communication Association, Rhetoric and Public Address Division, Austin, TX
2014 Top Panel Award, National Communication Association Convention, Communication Centers Section
2014 Sabbatical Research Grant, University of Southern Mississippi
2014 Joyce Ferguson Paper Award, National Association of Communication Centers conference, Phoenix, AZ
2013 Rose B. Johnson Award, Given to the top paper published in the Southern Communication Journal that year, Southern States Communication Association
2012 Preston Award for Leadership, Communication Centers Section, National Communication Association, Orlando, FL
2012 Joyce Ferguson Paper Award, National Association of Communication Centers conference, Richmond, KY
2012 Top paper panel, Rhetoric and Public Address Division, Southern States Communication Association, San Antonio, TX
2012 Outstanding Alumni Award, Texas State University, Department of Communication Studies
2005 Rhetoric Society of America Biennial Institute, Social Movement Rhetoric Workshop invited participant, Kent, OH
2004 National Communication Association Doctoral Honors Seminar selected participant, Albuquerque, NM
2003 Top paper panel, Gender Communication Division, Southern States Communication Association, Birmingham, AL
1995 Outstanding Graduate Teaching Assistant Award, Texas State University—San Marcos, Department of Communication Studies
1994 Sallie Beretta Outstanding Senior Woman Award

Grants

2014 Mississippi Humanities Council Grant (part of the National Endowment for the Humanities), Funded Lecture Series: “The Culinary Communities of Mississippi: Farm, Table, and Campus.” Project Coordinators: Wendy Atkins-Sayre, Andrew Haley (History). $1,589.00


2014 Mississippi Community Cookbook Project Grant, College of Arts and Letters at the University of Southern Mississippi, Project Coordinators: Andrew Haley (History), Wendy Atkins-Sayre, Dana Fennel (Sociology). $5,000
2014 Proposal Development Grant, Vice President for Research, University of Southern Mississippi. $2,000
2013 Proposal Development Grant, Vice President for Research, University of Southern Mississippi. $2,000
2013 Proposal Development Grant, College of Arts and Letters, University of Southern Mississippi. $250

Disciplinary Service
Review work
2013-present Editorial board member, Quarterly Journal of Speech
2014-present Editorial board member, Southern Communication Journal
2014-present Editorial board member, Communication Center Journal
2016 Guest reviewer, Communication Reports
2016 Guest reviewer, Western Journal of Communication
2014 Manuscript reviewer for Lexington Books
2012 Manuscript reviewer for Oxford University Press
2010 Manuscript reviewer for Polity Press
2010 Guest Reviewer for special joint issue of Communication Monographs and Journal of Applied Communication Research
2009 Guest reviewer for Western Journal of Communication
2009-2014 Reviewer for National Communication Association Communication Centers Section
2007-2016 Reviewer for Southern States Communication Association Public Address Division
2006-2010 Reviewer for National Communication Association Feminist and Women Studies Division
2007, 2012 Reviewer for Southern States Communication Association Undergraduate Honors Conference
2002-2005 Editorial Assistant, Communication Education
2002-2003 Guest Reviewer, Critical Studies in Media Communication
Committee and division work
2015-2017 Stephen E. Lucas Debut Publication Award committee member, National Communication Association, nominated and selected by Committee on Committees; Chair 2017
2013-2016 Michael M. Osborn Teacher-Scholar Award committee member, Southern States Communication Association
2012-2014 National Communication Association Committee on Committees (association-wide elected position)
2012-2013 National Communication Association Nominating Committee member
2011-2014 Chair (vice chair and vice-chair elect before that) of Southern States Communication Association Rhetoric and Public Address Division (program planner for 2013)
2010-2011 Invited participant in the National Communication Association Developing Leaders Program
2010-2011 Legislative Assembly member for the National Communication Association, representing the Communication Center Section
2008-2011 Chair (vice chair and vice chair elect before that) for the National Communication Association Communication Centers Section/National Association of Communication Centers (serve on Legislative Assembly, served as program planner for NCA 2010)
2008-2011 Southern States Communication Association Resolutions Committee
1999-2001 Newsletter Editor, Feminist and Women Studies Division and Women’s Caucus, National Communication Association
External review work
Tenure/promotion review: University of Oklahoma; University of Arkansas, Little Rock
Communication center review: Shippensburg University, Randolph-Macon University
University Service
2016 University Sabbatical Review Committee
2015 Hiring committee member, Osher Lifelong Learning Institute Director
2014-current University of Southern Mississippi Graduate Council, By-laws subcommittee 2016-2017
2014-current University of Southern Mississippi Honors College Advisory Group and Scholarship Review Committee
2013 Speaker for the provost’s workshop on tenure and promotion
2013 Completed training for and serve as Southern Miss Allies Representative, supporting faculty, staff, and students who are gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, or questioning
2012-present Southern Miss Center for Undergraduate Research Faculty Affiliate
2011 uTab committee, Honors College, acting as part of faculty focus group assessing the effectiveness of tablets in the classroom
2009 Capstone Faculty Workshop Leader: “Designing, Supporting, and Grading Oral Assignments”
2009-2010, University Commencement Reader

2013
2007-present Director of the University of Southern Mississippi Speaking Center


2007-2012 Quality Enhancement Plan Advisory Board, Executive Committee
2007-2010 Advising on major renovations and upgrading of technology of the University Speaking Center

College Service
2015-2016 College Advisory Committee (determining college awards and tenure and promotion decisions)
2013-2014 College Council Chair
2013-2014 College Council BA/BS Subcommittee (tasked with creating a college core and setting guidelines for BA and BS degrees across the college)
2012-2014 College Council
2011-2012 College Welfare Committee (tasked with determining a structure for faculty salary increases)
Departmental Service
2016 Chair of the search committee for rhetoric/speaking center director
2015-2016 Chair of the graduate, undergraduate, and policies committee
2015 Chair of the search committee for rhetoric/director of forensics position
2013-2014 Hiring committee for applied communication position
2013-2014 Undergraduate Curriculum Committee Chair
2011-2013 Advisor to the Southern Miss Debate Society (worked with other faculty and students to re-establish the team)
2011-present Graduate Curriculum Committee
2011-present Co-facilitator for the Southern Miss Communication Studies Writing Boot Camp/Graduate Program Orientation (2 day writing workshop for graduate students)
2007-2011 Undergraduate Curriculum Committee

2013-present


2007-present Faculty advisor to Communication Studies undergraduate majors
Graduate Committees
In progress

Victoria Brown, PhD, ABD; chair

Niya Pickett-Miller, PhD, ABD; chair

Carrie Reif, PhD, ABD


Completed

Elizabeth Wellings Smith, PhD, 2016

Carl Brown, PhD, 2016

Shaunda French, PhD, 2015



Angela McGowan, PhD, 2015, chair

Nicole Magee, MA, 2015, co-chair with Ashley Mack

Vikki Spann, PhD, 2014

Michael King, PhD, 2013

Hannah Rachal, MA, 2012

Leslie Rodriguez, PhD, 2012

Patrick Richey, PhD, 2012

Dan Shabot, PhD, 2012
Community Service (related to expertise in communication studies)
2015 Southern Pines Animal Shelter Pet Photography Project team member
2015-current PR and judges coordinator and Hattiesburg High School Forensics Team Booster Club
2012-2013 Vice-president of the Hattiesburg High School Forensics Team Booster Club
2012 Advisory Member on the Southern Pines Animal Shelter Board
2011-present Coordinated service learning projects with area non-profits (Edwards Street Fellowship Center and Food Pantry, Extra Table, Southern Pines Animal Shelter, Habitat for Humanity, DREAM, Christian Services), Hattiesburg, MS
2007-2008 Parents’ Advisory Council, Hattiesburg Public School District, Hattiesburg, MS

2015-2016


Professional Memberships
National Communication Association

Southern States Communication Association

Rhetoric Society of America

National Association of Communication Centers



Southern Foodways Alliance


Courses Taught


Undergraduate:

  • Communicating through Technology

  • Capstone Experience (service learning class designed to give students consulting experience)

  • Honors Oral Communication (active learning section; focus on Civil Rights Movement)

  • Public Advocacy

  • Rhetorical Criticism

  • Women and Public Discourse

  • Rhetoric of Social Protest

  • Public Speaking (both general required course and specialized course for majors/minors only)

  • Argumentation and Debate

  • Group Communication

  • Introduction to Communication


Graduate:

  • Professionalization Seminar

  • Communication Pedagogy

  • Rhetorical Criticism


Faculty:

  • Improving Oral and Written Competencies (Interdisciplinary 6-10-week Faculty Seminar)


Public Presentations


Invited/Public Lectures
Osher Lifelong Learning Institute, University of Southern Mississippi, Hattiesburg, MS, April 2016, “Grits, Greens, and Southern Grown Identity”
Communication Week Guest Speaker, Texas State University—San Marcos, February 2012, “Articulating Identity: People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals and the Animal/Human Divide” and “Visual Rhetoric: Critical Techniques for Understanding Images”
Osher Lifelong Learning Institute, University of Southern Mississippi, Hattiesburg, MS, October 2011, “Eudora Welty’s Snapshots of the South”
University of Louisiana at Monroe Traveling Lecturers Series, November 2010, “Articulating Identity: People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals and the Animal/Human Divide” (general lecture on visual rhetoric, NPR interview, and public lecture on animal rights rhetoric)
Conference Presentations
Wendy Atkins-Sayre & Victoria L. Brown. Reading Animal Atrocities: Public Memory and Recontextualization. Rhetoric Society of America, Atlanta, GA, 2016.
Ashli Q. Stokes & Wendy Atkins-Sayre. The Rhetorical Potential of Southern Baking: Expanding Notions of Material Rhetoric. Rhetoric Society of America, Atlanta, GA, 2016.
Ashli Stokes & Wendy Atkins-Sayre. Barbecue’s Rhetorical Expression of Southern Identity. Southern States Communication Association, Austin, TX, 2016. Top paper award from the Rhetoric and Public Address Division.
Wendy Atkins-Sayre & Ashli Stokes. President’s Spotlight: Crafting Personal and Community Identity through Southern Food Traditions. Southern States Communication Association, Austin, TX, 2016. President’s Spotlight Panel.
Wendy Atkins-Sayre. LBJ’s Voting Rights Act Speech at 50: Southern Colloquium on Rhetoric Roundtable. Southern States Communication Association, Austin, TX, 2016.
Wendy Atkins-Sayre & Ashli Stokes. “SeaWorld of Hurt”: PETA, the Blackfish Effect, and the Power of Digital Activism. Southern States Communication Association, Austin, TX, 2016.
Wendy Atkins-Sayre. Book It! At the Center. Roundtable discussion about publishing in the communication center world. National Association of Communication Centers, Fredericksburg, VA, 2015.
Wendy Atkins-Sayre & Ashli Stokes. Authenticating Southernism: Authenticity and Regionalism through Southern Food. Southern States Communication Association, Tampa, FL, 2015.
Ashli Stokes & Wendy Atkins-Sayre. Food and Funerals. Southern States Communication Association, Tampa, FL, 2015.
Wendy Atkins-Sayre. Effectively Directing Graduate Work: A Roundtable Discussion (panel organizer and moderator). National Communication Association, Chicago, IL, 2014. NCA First Vice President panel.
Wendy Atkins-Sayre. Planning for the Next 100 years: Moving Communication Center Research Forward (panel organizer and chair). National Communication Association, Chicago, IL, 2014. Top panel award from the Communication Center Section.
Wendy Atkins-Sayre & Esther Yook. Training the Trainers: Using Communication Centers to Improve Peer Tutoring. National Association of Communication Centers, Phoenix, AZ, 2014. Joyce Ferguson Paper Award.
Wendy Atkins-Sayre & Kathleen Turner. Getting Centered to Reach Out: Communication Centers as Disciplinary Advocates. Southern States Communication Association, New Orleans, LA, 2014.
Wendy Atkins-Sayre. Effectively Directing Graduate Work: A Roundtable Discussion (panel organizer and moderator). Southern States Communication Association, New Orleans, LA, 2014.
Ashli Q. Stokes & Wendy Atkins-Sayre. Sipping on Southern Hospitality: Drink as a Rhetorical Invitation. Southern States Communication Association, New Orleans, LA, 2014.
Ashli Q. Stokes & Wendy Atkins-Sayre. Gather ‘Round the Table: Recreating the South Through Southern Foodways. Southern States Communication Association, Louisville, KY, 2013.
Wendy Atkins-Sayre. Building a Knowledgeable and Supportive Community: Faculty Development and the Communication Center. Roundtable discussion (panel planner) at the National Communication Association Convention, Orlando, FL, 2012.
Ashli Q. Stokes & Wendy Atkins-Sayre. Cooking up Southern Identity: Rhetorical Tensions in Contemporary Southern Cookbooks. Pre-conference seminar presentation at the National Communication Association, Orlando, FL, 2012.
Ashli Q. Stokes & Wendy Atkins-Sayre. Consuming Rhetoric: Constituting Identity Through Southern Food. Presented at the National Communication Association Convention, Orlando, FL, 2012.
Wendy Atkins-Sayre. Speaking our minds: Communication centers and critical thinking. Presented at the National Association of Communication Centers conference. Richmond, KY, 2012. Top paper award.
Wendy Atkins-Sayre, Esther Yook, Kim Cuny, Amy Gaffney, Luke LeFebvre, & Susan Wilson. “Understanding the Communication Center: Findings on Center Practices and Outcomes” Roundtable discussion (panel organizer) at the National Association of Communication Centers Conference, Richmond, KY, 2012.
Wendy Atkins-Sayre & Ashli Q. Stokes. Crafting the Cornbread Nation: The Southern Foodways Alliance and Southern Identity. Presented at the Southern States Communication Association Convention, San Antonio, TX, 2012. Top paper panel.
Michael King, Kathleen Turner, Theodore Sheckels, Wendy Atkins-Sayre, and Luke LeFebvre. “Communication Center Research and Assessment: A Discussion of Methodological Pitfalls and Potential Paradigms.” Roundtable discussion at the National Communication Association Convention, New Orleans, LA, 2011.
Michael King & Wendy Atkins-Sayre. “Targeting Teachers: The Importance of Faculty Support to Communication Center Success.” Presented at the National Association of Communication Centers Conference, Richmond, VA, 2011.
Kathleen Turner, Wendy Atkins-Sayre, Theodore Sheckels, and Karen Sindelar. “What’s a Rhetorician To Do? A Roundtable Discussion of Communication Center Research Possibilities for Those in the Discipline Who ‘Don’t Do Numbers’.” National Association of Communication Centers Conference, Richmond, VA, 2011.
Wendy Atkins-Sayre. “Snapshots of the South: Eudora Welty’s Photography and Contested Images of Race.” Presented at the National Communication Association Convention, San Francisco, CA, 2010.
Michael King & Wendy Atkins-Sayre. “The Theory of Reasoned Action and Planned Behavior Applied: Faculty and Student Motivators for Communication Center Usage.” Presented at the National Communication Association Convention, San Francisco, CA, 2010.
Theodore F. Sheckels, Wendy Atkins-Sayre, Jennifer Ellis, and Kathleen Turner. “Planning a Research Agenda for Communication Center Directors and Staff: A Roundtable Discussion.” National Association of Communication Centers Conference, Greencastle, IN, 2010.
Wendy Atkins-Sayre & Deborah Smith. “Help From Afar: Experimenting With Online Tutoring.” Presented at the National Association of Communication Centers Conference, Greencastle, IN, 2010.
Wendy Atkins-Sayre. “The New “New South”: The “Mississippi, Believe It!” Campaign Redefines the South.” Presented at the Southern States Communication Association Convention, Memphis, TN, 2010.
Wendy Atkins-Sayre. “Teaching Dissent Through Civic Engagement in the Speaking Center: Part of a Roundtable Discussion.” Presented at the Southern States Communication Association, Memphis, TN, 2010.
Wendy Atkins-Sayre & Kathleen J. Turner. “Centered on Positive Communication: How Communication Centers Enhance Eloquence (Roundtable Discussion).” Presented at the Southern States Communication Association Convention, Memphis, TN, 2010.
Wendy Atkins-Sayre, Kyle B. Love, & Kathleen J. Turner. “Communication and the Disciplines: Serving the Communities by Understanding Their Standards (Roundtable Discussion).” Presented at the National Association of Communication Centers Conference, Philadelphia, PA, 2009.
Wendy Atkins-Sayre. “Drudgery, Dependence, and Difference: Second Wave Feminists Redefine the Maternal Role.” Presented at the National Communication Association Convention, San Diego, CA, 2008.
Laura P. Rodgers, Wendy Atkins-Sayre, & Jalynn G. Roberts. “Reaching Different Disciplines: A Catch-22?” Presented at the National Communication Association Convention, San Diego, CA, 2008.
Wendy Atkins-Sayre. “Employing the Procedures and Criteria for Evaluation: Public and Private Perspectives (Roundtable Discussion).” Presented at the National Association of Communication Centers, Colorado Springs, CO, 2008.
Wendy Atkins-Sayre. “Attacking Food Radicals: Center for Consumer Freedom Reacts to Animal Rights Campaign.” Presented at the Southern States Communication Association, Savannah, GA, 2008.
Wendy Atkins-Sayre. “What’s Rhetoric? Reflecting on our Worldviews, Identities, and Practices: A Roundtable Discussion.” Presented at the National Communication Association Convention, Chicago, IL, 2007.
Wendy Atkins-Sayre. “A Process-Centered Approach to Tutoring: Strengthening the Writing, Speaking, and Critical Thinking Connection.” Presented at the National Communication Center Association Conference, Greensboro, NC, 2007.
Wendy Atkins-Sayre. “Crafting Conversations: Making Connections Between Writing and Speaking.” Presented at the National Communication Association Convention, San Antonio, TX, 2006.
Wendy Atkins-Sayre, Vanessa Beasley, Bonnie Dow, Tasha Dubriwny, Roseann Mandziuk, & Ashli Stokes. “Public Discourses of Mothering and Work and their Effect on Women: A Roundtable Discussion.” Presented at the National Communication Association Convention, San Antonio, TX, 2006.
Wendy Atkins-Sayre, Sonal Chaddha, Brittney Kohler, Erin Linsenmeyer, & Brittany Rast. “’The Story Behind the Photos’: Making Connections Across Campus (Great Idea for the Center Discussion).” Presented at the National Association of Communication Centers Conference, Omaha, NE, 2006.
Wendy Atkins-Sayre. “The Story of the Farmworker: Cesar Chavez’s Narrative.” Presented at the National Communication Association Convention, Boston, MA, 2005.
Wendy Atkins-Sayre. “’Complete Press Sluts’: PETA’s Use of Image Events in Questioning Identity.” Presented at the National Communication Association Convention, Boston, MA, 2005.
Wendy Atkins-Sayre. “Changing Images of Humans and Animals: PETA’s Strategy of Paradox.” Presented at the National Communication Association Convention, Chicago, IL, 2004.
Wendy Atkins-Sayre. “The Emergence of ‘Ms.’: Tracing the Stories of the Second Wave.” Presented at the National Communication Association Convention, Chicago, IL, 2004.
Wendy Atkins-Sayre. “Changing Images of Human and Animals: PETA’s Strategy of Paradox.” Presented at the National Communication Association’s Doctoral Honors Seminar, Albuquerque, NM, 2004.
Wendy Atkins-Sayre. “Identification and Myth: Overcoming Cultural Obstacles.” Presented at the Southern States Communication Association Convention, Tampa, FL, 2004.
Wendy Atkins-Sayre. “Governor Mom: Jane Swift’s Pregnancy as a Site of Contention.” Presented at the National Communication Association Convention, Miami Beach, FL, 2003.
Wendy Atkins-Sayre. “’Don’t Call Me Mrs.!’: The Emergence of ‘Ms.’ as a Liberatory Title.” Presented at the Southern States Communication Association Convention, Birmingham, AL, 2003. Top paper panel.
Wendy Atkins-Sayre. “Vicious Vivisectors and Reformed Researchers: Conflicting Images of Science in the Rhetoric of PETA.” Presented at the National Communication Association Convention, New Orleans, LA, 2002.
Wendy Atkins-Sayre. “Silent Protest: The Rhetoric of the Women in Black.” Presented at the National Communication Association Convention, Seattle, WA, 2000.
Wendy Atkins-Sayre, Sonya Hopkins, Sarah Mohundro, & Ward Sayre. “Rewards and Liabilities of Presentation Software as an Ancillary Tool.” Presented at the National Communication Association Convention, New York, NY, 1998.
Wendy Atkins-Sayre. “Elizabeth Cady Stanton’s ‘The Solitude of Self’: The Natural Rights Position Examined.” Presented at the National Communication Association Convention, San Diego, CA, 1996.
Wendy Atkins-Sayre. “The Devil and Mr. Bush: Implications of the Demonization of Saddam Hussein in Presidential Gulf War Rhetoric.” Presented at the Middle East Studies Association Convention, Washington, DC, 1995.
Wendy Atkins-Sayre. “Bootblacks, Butchers, and Barbers: The Use of Racism in the Rhetoric of Elizabeth Cady Stanton.” Presented at the National Communication Association Convention, San Antonio, TX, 1995.

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