2017 Intellectual Contributions

January 1, 2017 - December 31, 2017

Dr. Kati Tusinski Berg

Dr. Kati Tusinski Berg, 2018 Scholar of the Year

Book, Chapter in Scholarly Book-New

Feldner, S. B.,& Berg, K. T. (2017). In Sandra Duhe (Ed.). Blurring the lines between   personal and organizational identity: The role of identity construction on Twitter when leaders change organizations. New media and public relations (3rd ed.): Peter Lang.

Gilkerson, N. D.,& Berg, K. T. (2017). In L. Austin & Y. Jin (Ed.). Social media, hashtag hijacking, and the evolution of an activist group strategy. Social media and crisis communication. New York, NY: Routledge.

Journal Article, Academic Journal

Berg, K. T.,& Feldner, S. B. (2017). Analyzing the intersection of transparency, issues management and ethics: The case of big soda. Journal of Media Ethics, 32 (3), 154-167.

Trends in Media Ethics – Published

Berg, K. T. (2017). Media ethics, fake news, politics, and influence in public life. (3rd ed., vol. 32, pp. 179-186): Journal of Media Ethics.

Berg, K. T. (2017). Trends in public relations: Exploring the role of ethics as it relates to social media and crisis communication. (1st ed., vol. 32, pp. 60-66): Journal of Media Ethics.

Communication Studies

D'Urso, Scott C.

Encyclopedia Entry – Published

D'Urso, S. C., Fyke, J. P. (2017). Genealogy of Field. Encyclopedia of Organizational Communication: Wiley.

Turner PhD, Lynn H.


Turner, L. H., & Turner, L. H. (2017). IPC, 3rd Edition. Boston, MA: Cengage.

Turner, L. H.,& West, R. (2017). Perspectives on Family Communication. (5th ed.). New York, New York: McGraw-Hill.

West, R., Turner, L. H. (2017). Introducing Communication Theory, 6th Edition. New York, New York: McGraw-Hill.

Encyclopedia Entry – Published

Turner, L. H. (2017). In Mike Allen (Ed.). Family communication. The SAGE Encyclopedia of Communication Research Methods (pp. 545-548). Thousand Oaks, CA: SAGE.

Digital Media and Theatre Arts

Brown, Joseph V.

Film - Screening/Exhibition

Brown, J. V. (2017, September 15). "Operation Wolf Patrol: Wisconsin Wildlife Issues / Jacksonville Documentary Film Festival," Jacksonville Documentary Film Festival, Jacksonville, FL, USA.

Operation Wolf Patrol is a character driven documentary that tells the story of eco-activist Rod Coronado. The film follows Rod and his group of volunteer “wolf patrollers” as they attempt to end wolf hunting in the United States.

Off-campus Film - Screening/Exhibition

Brown, J. V. (2017, November). "The Weigh Station: Bear Hunting in Florida / Tampa Underground Film Festival," Tampa Underground Film Festival, Tampa Bay, FL, USA.

"The Weigh Station: Bear Hunting in Florida," is a short observational documentary that takes a focused look at the processing of wild animals at a game check station in a central Florida forest.

Brown, J. V. (2017, November 8). "Operation Wolf Patrol: Poacher's Kingdom / Big Water Film Festival," Big Water Film Festival, Ashland, WI, USA.

"Operation Wolf Patrol: Poacher's Kingdom" is the 3rd in a series of short documentaries related to the activities of the activist group Wolf Patrol. The film chronicles the Wolf Patrol's activities while investigating a wolf poaching incident.

Brown, J. V. (2017, November 8). "Operation Wolf Patrol: Poacher's Kingdom / Weyauwega International Film Festival," Weyauwega International Film Festival, Weyauwega, WI, USA.

"Operation Wolf Patrol: Poacher's Kingdom" is the 3rd in a series of short documentaries related to the activities of the activist group Wolf Patrol. The film chronicles the Wolf Patrol's activities while investigating a wolf poaching incident.

Brown, J. V. (2017, November 2). "Operation Wolf Patrol: Poacher's Kingdom / Driftless Film Festival," Drifltess Film Festival, Mineral Point, WI, USA.

"Operation Wolf Patrol: Poacher's Kingdom" is the 3rd in a series of short documentaries related to the activities of the activist group Wolf Patrol. The film chronicles the Wolf Patrol's activities while investigating a wolf poaching incident.

Brown, J. V. (2017, October 20)."Operation Wolf Patrol: Poacher's Kingdom / Fresh Coast Film Festival," Fresh Coast Film Festival, Marquette, MI, USA.

"Operation Wolf Patrol: Poacher's Kingdom" is the 3rd in a series of short documentaries related to the activities of the activist group Wolf Patrol. The film chronicles the Wolf Patrol's activities while investigating a wolf poaching incident.

Brown, J. V. (2017, April 5)."Operation Wolf Patrol: Wisconsin Wildlife Issues / Show Me Justice Film Festival," Show Me Justice Film Festival, Warrensburg, MO, USA.

Operation Wolf Patrol is a character driven documentary that tells the story of eco-activist

Rod Coronado. The film follows Rod and his group of volunteer “wolf patrollers” as they attempt to end wolf hunting in the United States.

Brown, J. V. (2017, March 2-March 5)."Operation Wolf Patrol: Wisconsin Wildlife Issues / Green Bay Film Festival," Green Bay Film Festival, Green Bay, WI.

Operation Wolf Patrol is a character driven documentary that tells the story of eco-activist Rod Coronado. The film follows Rod and his group of volunteer “wolf patrollers” as they attempt to end wolf hunting in the United States.

Brown, J. V. (2017, February 25-March 5)."Operation Wolf Patrol: Wisconsin Wildlife Issues / Beloit International Film Festival," Beloit International Film Festival, Beloit, Illinois.

Operation Wolf Patrol is a character driven documentary that tells the story of eco-activist Rod Coronado. The film follows Rod and his group of volunteer “wolf patrollers” as they attempt to end wolf hunting in the United States.

Brown, J. V. (2017, February 25). "Operation Wolf Patrol: Wisconsin Wildlife Issues / Animal Film Festival," Animal Film Festival, Grass Valley, CA.

Operation Wolf Patrol is a character driven documentary that tells the story of eco-activist Rod Coronado. The film follows Rod and his group of volunteer “wolf patrollers” as they attempt to end wolf hunting in the United States"

Brown, J. V. (2017, February 17). “Operation Wolf Patrol: Wisconsin Wildlife Issues / Door County Film Festival," Door County Film Festival, Sister Bay, WI, USA.

Operation Wolf Patrol is a character driven documentary that tells the story of eco-activist Rod Coronado. The film follows Rod and his group of volunteer “wolf patrollers” as they attempt to end wolf hunting in the United States.

Chattopadhyay, Sumana

Book, Chapter in Scholarly Book-New – Published

Chattopadhyay, S. (2017). In Benjamin Warner, Dianne Bystrom, Mitchell McKinney, Mary Banwart (Ed.). Understanding the authoritarian voter in the 2016 presidential election. An Unprecedented Election: Media, Communication and the Electorate in the 2016 Campaign (pp. 399-418): Praeger.

Cheatham, James D.

Artistic and Professional Performances and Exhibits On-campus

Theatre - Direct play

Cheatham, J. D. (2017, January 18 - February 16). "The Skin of Our Teeth," Marquette Theatre Arts, Milwaukee, WI.

Pre-production for the February 17 production of THE SKIN OF OUR TEETH began via email in May of 2016. Regular production meetings with designers to develop design elements began in November. Rehearsals with a cast of 14 began January 18, 2017. It opened Feb. 16.

Off-campus - Theatre Fight Direction

Cheatham, J. D. (2017, December 15 - 29). "The Phantom," Fireside Theatre, Fort Atkins, WI.

Staged climactic sword cane fight between The Phantom and the Count, as well as a large crowd chase scene, culminating Acts II and I, respectively.

Cheatham, J. D. (2017, August - September). "Guys & Dolls," Milwaukee Repertory Theatre, Milwaukee, WI.

Staged highlighted moments (a slap, a punch, and collaborated on a large brawl scene) for this production at the Milwaukee Repertory Theatre production.

Cheatham, J. D. (2017, February - March). "The Glass Menagerie," Milwaukee Repertory Theatre, Milwaukee, WI.

Staged grabbing and bumping for this production at the Milwaukee Repertory Theatre production.

Cheatham, J. D. (2016, December – 2017, January). "Disgraced," Milwaukee Repertory Theatre, Milwaukee, WI.

Staged violence (slapping, punching) for production at the Milwaukee Repertory Theatre production.

Holodak, Kristin M.

Artistic and Professional Performances and Exhibits Off-campus

Film - Screenplay in competition

Holodak, K. M. (2017, July - August)."Grandpa's Getaways," Los Angeles, California.

In competition at the University Film and Video Association annual meeting.

Holodak, K. M. (2017, July). "Grandpa's Getaways," New York, New York.

Official selection at the New York Short Film & Screenplay Competition.

Holodak, K. M. (2017, May). "Grandpa's Getaways," New York, New York, USA.


Third place for short script at the New York International Screenplay Awards. There were 180 entries from 16 countries.

Holodak, K. M. (2017, March). "Grandpa's Getaways," Portland, Oregon.

Official selection at the Oregon Short Film Festival.

Holodak, K. M. (2017, March). “Grandpa's Getaways," Cleveland, Ohio.

Unanimously selected Best Short Screenplay at the Short. Sweet. Film Fest.

Hudson-Mairet, Stephen C.

Theatre - Design scenery

Hudson-Mairet, S. C. (2017, February 16- 26). "The Skin of Our Teeth," Marquette Theatre, Milwaukee, WI USA.

Scenic design for Marquette Theatre's production of The Skin of Our Teeth.

Off-campus - Theatre - Design scenery

Hudson-Mairet, S. C. (2017, November 24 - December 17). "Miracle on South Division Street," Milwaukee Chamber Theatre, Milwaukee, WI USA.

Designed the scenery and all scenic elements for theatre production of Miracle on South Division Street for Milwaukee Chamber Theatre.

Keeler, Amanda R.

Digital Publication – Published

Keeler, A. (2017). O.J.: Made in America: Criminal Focus: In Media Res.

Journal Article, Academic Journal – Published

Keeler, A. (2017). ‘A certain stigma’ of educational radio: Judith Waller and ‘Public Service’ Broadcasting. Critical Studies in Media Communication, 34 (5), 495-508.

Magazine/Trade Publication – Published

Keeler, A. (2017). Educating wasn’t enough for an early pioneer of noncommercial radio: Current.Org.

Krajec, Debra S.

Theatre - Design costumes

Krajec, D. S. (2016, September-April 23, 2017). Custume Design: "ANYTHING GOES," Marquette Theatre, Milwaukee WI.

Off-campus - Theatre - Design costumes

Krajec, D. S. (2017, May-December)."MIRACLE ON SOUTH DIVISION STREET," Milwaukee Chamber Theatre, Milwaukee WI, USA.

Costume design of Milwaukee Chamber Theatre's production of MIRACLE ON SOUTH DIVISION STREET, November 24- December 17, 2017.

Loeffler-Bell, Chester R.

Producer with College of Engineering

Loeffler-Bell, C. R., LaDisa, J. F. (2017 March- April). "Macbeth," Umbrella Group, Marquette University, Milwaukee, WI.

 

Petersen, Connie L.

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Theatre - Manage play

Wadsworth, S. A., Thompson, C. O., Peterson, C., Shumow, L., Mountin, S. (2017, April 28-April 30)."Joan of Arc: Hearken to My Voice," Marquette University, Milwaukee, WI.

Way-Klingler Teaching Enhancement Grant Community Performance involving students from courses in English, Dance, and Theatre Arts.

Journalism and Media Studies

Brennen, Bonnie S.

Book Review – Published

Brennen, B. S. (2017). Review of Free speech & unfree news: The Paradox of Press Freedom. 2nd ed., vol. 67, pp. E10-E12): Journal of Communication.

Book, Chapter in Scholarly Book-New – Published

Brennen, B. S. (2017). In Linda Steiner and Silvio Waisbord (Ed.). Historical continuities in news coverage of the Baltimore 2015 riots and the 1965 Watts riots. Yes, a Chapter in a Book, News of Baltimore: Race, Rage, and the City. (pp. 179-196). New York, NY: Routledge.

Brennen, S. (2017). Citizen photojournalism in traditional US news media. Yes, a Chapter in a Book, Photojournalism and Citizen Journalism (pp. 520-535). London: Routledge.

Book, Scholarly-Revised – Published

Brennen, B. S. (2017). Qualitative research methods for media studies, second edition. New York, NY: Routledge.

Journal Article, Academic Journal – Published

Brennen, B. S. (2017). Journalism studies. Routledge, 19 (1), 1-3.

Brennen, B. S. (2017). Making sense of lies, deceptive propaganda and fake news. Journal of Media Ethics, 32 (3), 179-181.

Nettleton, Pamela H.

Artistic and Professional Performances and Exhibits Off-campus

Culture & Media Columnist for U.S. Catholic Magazine

Nettleton, P. H. (2016, January – Present). "Culture in context," U.S. Catholic Magazine.

Strategic Communication

 

Ekachai, Daradirek

Book, Chapter in Scholarly Book-New – Published

Ekachai, D., D. (2017). In Sandy Duhe (Ed.), Fortune 500 Social Media Policies: A Content Analysis. NY, New York: Peter Lang.

Feldner, Sarah B.

Book, Chapter in Scholarly Book-New – Published

Feldner, S. B., & Berg, K. T. (2017). In Sandra Duhe (Ed.). Blurring the lines between personal and organizational identity: The role of identity construction on twitter when leaders change organizations. New media and public relations (3rd ed.): Peter Lang.

Encyclopedia Entry – Published

Feldner, S. B. (2017). Rhetorical approaches to organizational communication. Encyclopedia of Organizational Communication: Wiley.

Journal Article, Academic Journal – Published

Berg, K. T., Feldner, S. B. (2017). Analyzing the intersection of transparency, issues management and ethics: The case of big soda. Journal of Media Ethics, 32 (3), 154-167.

Gilkerson, Nathan D.

Book, Chapter in Scholarly Book-New – Published

Gilkerson, N. D., Berg, K. T. (2017). In L. Austin & Y. Jin (Ed.). Social media, hashtag hijacking, and the evolution of an activist group strategy. Social Media and Crisis Communication. NY, New York: Routledge.

Gilkerson, N. D. (2017). In Kelli S. Burns (Ed.). Posting, sharing, and tweeting a brand's politics: Social media and the recent evolution of online corporate activism. Social Media: A Reference Handbook (vol. 1, pp. 149-154). Santa Barbara, CA: ABC-CLD.

Journal Article, Academic Journal – Published

Schriner, M., Swenson, R.,& Gilkerson, N. D. (2017). In Robert I. Wakefield (Ed.), Outputs or outcomes? Assessing public relations practices in. Public Relations Journal, ISSN 1942-4604.

Grow, Jean M.

Book-New – Published

Grow, J. M. (2017). In Robert Crawford and Linda Brennan (Ed.). American advertising and the politics of consumption. Global Advertising Practice in a Borderless World: Routledge.

Grow, J. M. (2017). In Kim Golombinsky & Peggy Kreshel (Ed.). Exporting gender bias: Anglo: american echoes in swedish advertising creative Departments. Feminists, Feminisms, and Advertising: Some Restrictions Apply: Lexington Rowman.

Book, Chapter in Textbook-Revised – Published

Altst, T., Grow, J. (2017). Advertising Creative: Strategy, Copy & Design, 4th Edition. (4th ed.): Sage.

Kim, Young

Journal Article, Academic Journal – Published

Shim, K., Chung, M., Kim, Y. (2017). Does ethical orientation matter? Determinants of public reaction to CSR communication. Public Relations Review, 43 (4), 817-828.

Kim, Y., Park, H. (2017). Is there still a pr problem online? Exploring the effects of different sources and crisis response strategies in crisis communication via social media. Corporate Reputation Review, 20 (1), 76-104.

Pokrywczynski, James V.

Book, Chapter in Scholarly Book-New – Accepted

Pokrywczynski, J. V. In David Burns and Terry Rentne (Ed.), Casual and Avid Sports Fans’ Recognition of Sponsors: You make the call: Case studies in sports communication.

Waters, Eric D.

Conference Proceeding – Published

Stephens, K. K., Cruz, I., Waters, E. D., Zhu, Y. (2017). Meetings as persistent conversations that use ICTs and face-to-face to build social capital. (pp. 10): Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences (HICSS). http://hdl.handle.net/10125/41418 978-0-9981331-0-2

Presentations Paper

Waters, E. D., (2017, November 19). Fake it ‘til you make It: Unpacking the entrepreneurial legitimization charm offensive, National Communication Association, Dallas, TX.

Waters, E. D., (2017, November 19). Put your money where my mouth is: The relevance of entrepreneurial legitimization conversations, National Communication Association, Dallas, TX.