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Brenda DeVore Marshall Professor of Theatre and Communication Arts

Brenda DeVore Marshall

Professor of Theatre and Communication Arts

Education: B.A. University of Denver in Theatre and Music; M.S. North Texas State University in Theatre and Speech Communication; Ph.D. Southern Illinois University at Carbondale in Speech Communication and Theatre

Ford T105

503-883-2290

bmarshal@linfield.edu

Academic Interests:
Women's Political Discourse
Diversity and Inclusion
Protest and Political Rhetoric
Intercultural and Co-cultural Communication
Gendered Communication and the Performance of Gender
Gender and Feminist Studies
Rhetorical Theory and Criticism
Diversity and Narrative in the Wine Industry
Theatrical Directing

Publications:

Books

Marshall, Brenda DeVore and Molly A. Mayhead, eds. Telling Political Lives: The Rhetorical Autobiographies of Women Leaders in the United States. Political Communication Series. Lanham, MD: Lexington Books, 2008.

Mayhead, Molly A. and Brenda DeVore Marshall. Women’s Political Discourse: A 21st-Century Perspective. Communication, Media and Politics Series. Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield, 2005.

Marshall, Brenda DeVore, and Molly A. Mayhead, eds. Navigating Boundaries: The Rhetoric of Women Governors. Praeger Series in Political Communication. Westport, CT: Praeger, 2000.

Marshall, Brenda DeVore, ed. and desktop publisher. Linfield Companion ’89; Linfield Companion ’90; and Linfield Companion ‘91. McMinnville, OR: Linfield College, 1989, 1990, 1991.

Book Chapters

Spring, Kathleen, and Brenda DeVore Marshall. "Building Bridges with Boats: Preserving Community History through Intra-and Inter-Institutional Collaboration.” In Merges and Alliances: The Operational View and Cases. Eds. Anne Woodsworth and W. David Penniman. Bingley, UK: Emeral Group, 2013. Advances in Librarianship Ser. 37. 3-29.

Marshall, Brenda DeVore. “Getting from There to Here: Political Rhetoric and African American Orality in Barbara Jordan: A Self-Portrait.” In Telling Political Lives: The Rhetorical Autobiographies of Women Leaders in the United States, edited by B.D. Marshall and M.A. Mayhead. Lanham, MD: Lexington Books, 2008.

Marshall, Brenda DeVore, and Molly A. Mayhead. “Women’s Autobiography as Political Discourse.” In Telling Political Lives: The Rhetorical Autobiographies of Women Leaders in the United States, edited by B.D. Marshall and M.A. Mayhead. Lanham, MD: Lexington Books, 2008.

Mayhead, Molly A., and Brenda DeVore Marshall. “From Housework to House Work: The Political Autobiographies of Patricia Schroeder.” In Telling Political Lives: The Rhetorical Autobiographies of Women Leaders in the United States, edited by B.D. Marshall and M.A. Mayhead. Lanham, MD: Lexington Books, 2008.

Marshall, Brenda DeVore, and Molly A. Mayhead. “The Changing Face of the Governorship.” In Navigating Boundaries: The Rhetoric of Women Governors, edited by B. D. Marshall and M. A. Mayhead. Westport, CT: Praeger, 2000.

Mayhead, Molly A., and Brenda DeVore Marshall. “Re-visioning and Re-framing Political Boundaries: Barbara Roberts’ Response to Oregon’s Budget Crisis.” In Navigating Boundaries: The Rhetoric of Women Governors, edited by B. D. Marshall and M. A. Mayhead. Westport, CT: Praeger, 2000.

Miscellaneous

Marshall, Brenda DeVore. Project Director. Launching through the Surf: The Dory Fleet of Pacific City. Linfield College. DigitalCommons@Linfield. 2011-2020. https://digitalcommons.linfield.edu/dory/