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(Ph.D., University of Georgia)
Assistant Professor; Rhetorical Critic
Research interests: Rhetorical Criticism; Rhetoric of Emotions; Women’s & Gender Studies; Social Movements; Coalitions and Advocacy
Scholarly activity: Her research appears in
Women’s Studies in Communication
Teaching, Learning, and Intersecting Identities in Higher Ed.
Professor Spalding has presented numerous competitively selected papers at regional and national academic conferences.
Dr. Spalding earned her stripes early on as a scholar, winning the Top Undergraduate Paper Award in 2009 from the Organization for the Study of Language, Communication, and Gender.