319 Dakota Hall
rhetoric, religion, politics, conflict resolution, and public deliberation
religious and political rhetoric, interfaith dialogue, Christian nationalism, the marginalization of atheists, theistnormativity
- Ph D, Communication Studies, Colorado State University, 2022
- MA, Communication Studies, Colorado State University, 2018
- BA, Communication Studies, Kent State University, 2014
Citations listed below are presented in a standardized, modified format for display purposes only. They do not necessarily reflect the preferred style and conventions of the faculty member or discipline.
- Lee, Kristina. "In God We Trust?": Christian Nationalists' Establishment and Use of Theistnormative Legislation., Editors Jacqueline Rhodes, 417-432. Vol. 52, Iss. 5 Rhetoric Society Quarterly, 2022. (DOI: https://doi.org/10.1080/02773945.2022.2062435)
- Lee, Kristina. "Playing Devil's Advocate: The Satanic Temple's Use of Direct and Indirect Blasphemy as a Form of Uncivil Obedience"., Editors Carmen Kynard and Bryan McCann. Rhetoric, Politics, and Culture.
- Lee, Kristina, "Don't Believe in God? Join the Club": Atheist Billboards and the Disruption of the Christonormative Public Sphere . Presented at the NCA National Conference, New Orleans. (November 20, 2023)
- Lee, Kristina, Disciplinary Transitions: The Emergence and Growth of "Critical Political Communication". Presented at the Central States Communication Association Conference, St. Louis. (March 31, 2023)
- Lee, Kristina, Theistnormativity: Developing Language for the Marginalization of Atheists. Presented at the Webinar, Virtual. (November 01, 2022)