Department of Communication and Rhetorical Studies
Assistant Teaching Professor
Kathleen E. Feyh's research interests include globalization and popular culture; rhetorical theory; rhetorical criticism; social movements; Marxism; embodied and multimodal communication; and the critical study of race, gender, and sexuality.
Cloud, D. and K. Feyh (forthcoming December 2015). “Reason in Revolt: Emotional Fidelity and Working-Class Standpoint in The Internationale.” Rhetoric Society Quarterly.
Feyh, K. (2015). “Queer Conversation—LGBTQ Oppression and Activism in Russia: An Interview with Igor Iasine.” QED: A Journal in GLBTQ Worldmaking 2(1).
Feyh, K. (2010). “On Carts and Horses: Post-Marxism in Pre-Post-Capitalism.” In Squires, C., E. Watts, M.D. Vavrus, K. Ono, K. Feyh, B.M. Calafell, and D. Brouwer, “Running through the Trenches: Or, an Introuction to the Undead Culture Wars and Dead Serious Identity Politics.” Journal of Communication Inquiry 34(3).
Feyh, K. (2010). “Looking for the Left in Russia.” Activism and Rhetoric: Theories and Contexts for Political Engagement. New York: Routledge.
Cloud, D., B. McCann, and K. Feyh (2009). “The Kairos of the Vanguard.” Concerning Argument, ed. S. Jacobs. Washington, DC: National Communication Association.
Asenas, J., D. Cloud, K. Feyh, and B. McCann (2009). “Communication and Kairos in the Save Kenneth Foster Campaign.” Communication Activism, Vol. 2. Cresskill, NJ: Hampton Press.
Awards and Honors
|2008||Top Student Paper Award, American Society for the History of Rhetoric, National Communication Association|
|2008||Top Student Paper Award, Rhetoric and Public Address Interest Group, Western States Communication Association|
|2006||Foreign Language and Area Studies Fellowship, Center for Russian, East European, and Eurasian Studies, University of Texas at Austin|