76th Conference Saturday Keynote Speaker– Dr. Dana Cloud, Syracuse University

Challenging the Campus Right as Social Movement: Putting Targeted Attacks on Faculty and White Supremacist Organizing in Historical and Material Context


Dana L. Cloud (Ph.D., 1992, University of Iowa) is Professor and Director of Graduate Studies in the Department of Communication and Rhetorical Studies at Syracuse University. Her research and teaching focus on social movements, critical theory (including Marxist, feminist, anti-racist, and queer), and critical rhetorical studies of media and politics. She is the author of the new book Reality Bites: Rhetoric and the Circulation of Truth Claims in U.S. Political Culture (Ohio State University Press, 2018), in addition

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Advertise in the 2014 Conference Program!

Advertising in the New York State Communications Association annual conference program is a great way to reach influential decision makers involved in communications education. The deadline for the receipt of the advertisement artwork and payment will be September 1, 2014. We would greatly appreciate your advertisement payment by June 30, 2014. If you are able to meet this deadline, you will receive a 20% discount on the prices below.

· Back Cover – $300 (5” X 8”)

· Inside Front Cover – $250 (5” X 8”)

· Inside Back Cover – $250 (5” X 8”)

· Full Page Interior –

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2014 Call for Papers: Alone Together: Communication and Community (or Not)

72nd Annual Conference
New York State Communication Association
October 17-19, 2014
Honor’s Haven Resort and Spa – Ellenville, New York

 Alone Together: Communication and Community (or Not)

 Communication allows us to share meaning, build relationships, and create communities. The empathy garnered through thoughtful Communication is the foundation for common ground, and our perspectives are often guided by relationships and shared experiences. Yet in this time of niche markets, micro audiences, and customizable media, are we limiting opportunities for understanding? Is our communication encouraging factionalism at the expense of more holistic community?

This year’s conference theme invites papers at the

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NYSCA Proceedings 2013 Calls for Papers

The Editor of the NYSCA Proceedings issues the following Calls for Papers:
Please note that there are TWO (2) calls this year for the NYSCA Proceedings.
CFP #1:

Research papers presented at the 71st Annual Conference (2013) of the 

New York State Communication Association: Communities of Communicative Practice
are being accepted for blind peer review for the conference Proceedings beginning immediately after the conference.
We urge you to contribute your work.
CFP #2: 
As we are coming up to our 75th anniversary, we wish to create a retrospective edition of work presented at our annual conferences. We invite those
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