Kristen McCauliff received her Ph.D. in rhetoric from the University of Georgia, after graduating with a master’s in rhetoric from Wake Forest University. Dr. McCauliff’s research interests include: rhetorical criticism and theory, feminism, citizenship and media. Her articles have appeared in a number of journals including Communication Studies and Rhetoric Society Quarterly. Her current book project analyzes how conservative women use feminist strategies and will be published in 2016. Dr. McCauliff teaches classes and advises graduate students in the areas of rhetorical theory and criticism and media analysis.
McCauliff, K.L. (Winter, 2014). The Internet, Capitalism, and Food Activism: Helping Students See the Connection. Teaching Media Quarterly, v. 2 (2).
Gronnvoll, M., & McCauliff, K.L. (September, 2013). Bodies that Shatter: Interrogating Media Representation of Agency in Reports of Female Suicide Bombers. Rhetoric Society Quarterly, v. 43, pp. 335-354.
McCauliff, K.L., (January-March, 2011). Blogging in Baghdad: The Practice of Collective Citizenship on the Blog Baghdad Burning. Communication Studies—Special Issue on Muslim Women and the Media, v. 62, pp. 58-73.
Cisneros, D., McCauliff, K.L., & Beasley, V.B. (2009). The Rhetorical Perspective: Doing, Being, Shaping and Seeing. In An Integrated Approach to Communication Theory and Research (2nd edition). New York, NY: Routledge.
McCauliff, K.L. (2007). Inaugural Addresses, President. In Encyclopedia of Political Communication. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications.
Louden, A., & McCauliff, K.L. (2004). The “Authentic Candidate”: Extending Candidate Image Assessment. In Prager Presidential Campaign Image. New York, NY: Rowman and Littlefield Publishers.