Alberto Gonzalez, Ph.D.
- Position: Acting Director and Professor
- Phone: 419-372-6076
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Address: 300 Kuhlin Center
Dr. González works in the areas of intercultural communication and rhetorical criticism. His published research includes examinations of the political discourse of Mexican American activists and explorations of popular music as a mode of communication. His work has appeared in various journals, including The Quarterly Journal of Speech, Communication Studies, Journal of Contemporary China, Journal of Intercultural Communication Research, Western Journal of Communication, Southern Communication Journal, and Communication Quarterly. He has co-edited several books, including Our Voices: Essays in Culture, Ethnicity and Communication (now in its 6th edition) and The Rhetorical Legacy of Wangari Maathai: Planting the Future, which was recipient of the 2019 Edited Book of the Year Award by the International & Intercultural Communication Division of the National Communication Association (NCA).
He is co-author of Intercultural Communication for Everyday Life (2e, 2023), and co-editor of Intercultural Memories: Contested Places, Spaces, and Stories (2021).
González is currently Past President of the Central States Communication Association. He has served as the Chair of NCA’s International and Intercultural Communication Division. From 2007-2012 he served as Chair of NCA’s Affirmative Action & Intercaucus Committee.
Ph.D. Communication, Ohio State University
M.A. Communication Ohio State University
B.S. Speech Education, Bowling Green State University
Humanistic Research Methods
Contemporary Rhetorical Theory
Introduction to Communication
Business & Professional Speaking
Philosophical Foundations of Communication Studies
Select Representative Works:
González, A., Lee, E.Y., Park, S.H. & Park, S-Y. The Health Equity Discourse of Immigrant Public Health Leaders: A Critical Application of the IDEA Model. Communication Studies (in press).
González, A., Jiang, X. & Taylor, A.G. Manufacturing Limitations: Stereotypes of Chinese and American Workers in American Factory. In Y. Hu & A.D. Kurylo (Eds.), Dirty Work: Communicating Stereotypes in Professional Settings, Lexington Books (in press).
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