Cynthia Boes, Ph.D.
Associate Professor of Communication Studies
Office Phone: (951) 343-4904 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Office Location: Business Building, Room 231 Office Hours: MWF 8-9 and 11-12, Online Th 2-4
|Ph.D.||Communication||The Pennsylvania State University||2010|
|M.A.||Rhetoric||Oregon State University||2003|
* Intro to Argumentation
* Rhetorical Criticism
* Oral Communication
* Interpersonal Communication
* Oral Interpretation
* Organizational Communication
* Political Rhetoric
* Small Group Communication
* Gender and Communication
* Oregon State University - 2001-2003
* The Pennsylvania State University - 2003-2007
Research, Presentations, & Publications
Boes, Cynthia. “Tule Lake: A Memorial to be Forgotten.” Transnational Remembrance: Essays on the Global Memoryscape (book in progress). Eds. Kendall R. Phillips and G. Mitchell Reyes.
Boes, Cynthia. “Harvest of Shame: Speaking for Others through Documentary Film.” Top Paper in Voices of Diversity Panel. Eastern Communication Association Conference. Providence, RI. 28 April 2007.
Boes, Cynthia. “Representing Darfur: The Perils and Potentials of Speaking for Others in Legislation.” Popular Culture and Legislation Panel. The Popular Culture Association/American Culture Association Conference. Boston, MA. 5 April 2007.
Boes, Cynthia. “Defending Darfur: The Problems and Potential of Speaking for Others.” The Pennsylvania State University Graduate Exhibition. University Park, PA. 25 March 2007.
Boes, Cynthia, “Changing Colors – Bill Clinton as the First Black President.” The National Communication Association Conference. Boston, MA. November 2005.
Boes, Cynthia. “Tule Lake: A Memorial to be Forgotten.” Contesting Public Memories Conference. Syracuse, NY. October 2005.
Boes, Cynthia. “The Powerless Speaking for the Powerless: An Analysis of Josephine Griffing’s Advocacy of Freed Slaves.” The National Communication Association Conference. Chicago, IL. November 2004.
Church Membership & Activities
Orangecrest Community Church
'For I know the plans that I have for you,' declares the LORD, 'plans to prosper you and not to harm you. Plans to give you a hope and a future.
- Jeremiah 29:11