Christopher House, H&S predoctoral diversity fellow, will deliver a scholarly paper at the annual meeting of the International Communication Association on May 24, 2012 in Phoenix, Arizona.
The scholarship of Chris House, one of three predoctoral diversity fellows in the School of Humanities and Sciences, will appear in a special January 2012 volume of the Memphis Theological Seminary Journal. The volume focuses on rhetoric and religion.
Christopher House’s essay “A Voice Crying in the Wilderness: A Wounded Healer, The HIV/ AIDS Rhetoric of Rev. James L. Cherry,” has been designated a “Top Student Debut Paper in Rhetorical Studies” by the National Communication Association’s Religious Communication Association. He will present the paper in New Orleans in November.