Christopher A. House

Christopher A. House

Associate Professor, Department of Communication Studies
Faculty, School of Humanities and Sciences
Faculty, Culture and Communication

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 Christopher House, Assistant Professor of Communication Studies in H&S and former predoctoral diversity fellow, is author of an article that will be published in a special edition of the International Journal of Communication.  The 2013 Critical Communication History Special Edition will feature the article titled, "Religious Rhetoric(s) of the African Diaspora: Using Oral History to Study HIV/AIDS, Community, and Rhetorical Interventions."

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Assistant Professor Christopher House was part of a panel of experts who helped analyze and critique the second Obama Inauguration ceremony.  Dr. House represented both IC and Cornell, where he is the Director of the African American Worship Service.  

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Assistant Professor Christopher House is the recipient of the National Communication Association's African American Communication and Culture 
Division 2012 Outstanding Dissertation Award.  Dr. House successfully defended his University of Pittsburgh dissertation, titled "Rhetorics of the Black Church: Sex, Religion, and HIV/AIDS Across the African Diaspora,"...

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 Assistant Professor Christopher House is the recipient of the National 
Communication Association's African American Communication and Culture 
Division 2012 Outstanding Dissertation Award.  Dr. House successfully defended his University of Pittsburgh dissertation, titled "Rhetorics of the Black Church: Sex, Religion, and 
HIV/AIDS Across the African Diaspora," last year as a predoctoral diversity fellow in the Department of Communication Studies (H&S).   He will be recognized for his outstanding work at the annual meeting of NCA in Orlando next month.

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Dr. Christopher House, H&S Pre-Doctoral Diversity Fellow in the Department of Communication Studies, will present "Rhetorics of the Black Church: Sex, Religion, & HIV/AIDS across the African Diaspora." The presentation will take place on Thursday, May 3 at 12:05 in Clark Lounge.

 

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