Jessica Rousselow-Winquist

Faculty & Staff

                     

Dr. Jessica Rousselow-Winquist

Communication

 

     
     

Department Chair & Professor of Communication

Office Location: Rupp 201
Phone: (765) 998-5280
Email: jsroussel@tayloru.edu

Specialties: rhetoric, intercultural communication, interpersonal and gender communication, theatre history, theatre literature

 

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Jessica Rousselow-Winquist

 

EXPERIENCE

Taylor University, Upland, Indiana, 46989-1001
- Chair, Communication Department 2006 - Present
- Professor Communication Arts 1981-Present
- Associate Professor Communication Arts 1975-1980
- Assistant Professor Communication Arts 1967-1974

Doane College, Crete Nebraska
- Instructor in Speech 1965-1967

Northwestern College, Minneapolis, Minnesota
- Instructor in Speech 1964-1965
- Assistant Librarian 1962-1964

 

EDUCATION

University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minnesota Ph.D. 1980
Major, Speech Communication. Collateral Field, Theatre History

University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minnesota MA 1965
Major, Speech Communication. Minors, English Literature and American Intellectual History

Northwestern College, Minneapolis, Minnesota BA 1962
Majors, Speech and English Literature

 

BOOKS

Rousselow, Jessica and Alan Winquist. TOURING SWEDISH AMERICA. Minneapolis, MN: Minnesota Historical Society Press, 2005.

Rousselow, Jessica and AlanWinquist. COACH ODLE’S FULL COURT PRESS. Upland, IN: Taylor University Press, 2000.

Rousselow, Jessica and Alan Winquist. GOD’S ORDINARY PEOPLE: NO ORDINARY HERITAGE. Upland, IN: Taylor University Press, 1996.

Rousselow, Jessie L. A Rhetorical Analysis of the Movement Towards An Alternative Theatre in the United States, 1947-1969. Ph.D. dissertation, University of Minnesota, 1980.

 

JOURNAL ARTICLE

Rousselow, Jessica L. Women’s Words--Women’s Worlds: Mary Daly’s vision. MEDIA DEVELOPMENT Journal of the World Association for Christian Communication. XXXV:4; 1988, pp. 31-33.
Originally presented as a keynote address at the first Christian Communication Conference Wheaton College, June 1986.

 

PROFESSIONAL PAPERS AND PRESENTATIONS

Rousselow, Jessica L. The Epistemological and Ethical Dimensions of the Feminist Moral Vision Projected by Selected Christian and Post/Christian Rhetors. A paper presented at the annual meeting of the Society for the Scientific Study of Religion. St. Louis, November 1995

Rousselow, Jessica L. A Dramatistic Analysis of The Epistemological and Ethical Dimensions of an Emerging Feminist Moral Vision as Projected By Selected Christian and Post/Christian Rhetors. A paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the Speech Communication Association and the Religious Speech Communication Association, 1987.

Rousselow, Jessica L. The Devil’s Gateway: A Rhetorical Analysis of the Hierarchical Myth as Presented in Selected Pro-family Literature From the Religious Right. A paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the Speech Communication Association and the Religious Speech Communication Association, Chicago, Illinois, November, 1984.

Rousselow, Jessica L. Restructuring Sexist Mytho/Religious Reality: A Rhetorical Analysis of Three Representative Feminist Theologies. A paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the Speech Communication Association and the Religious Speech Communication Association, Washington DC, November, 1983.

Rousselow, Jessica L. Response to Panel on Research in Interpersonal Relationships in a Religious Context. Read at the Annual Meeting of the Speech Communication Association and the Religious Speech Communication Association Annual Meeting, New Orleans, November, 1989.

Lecture. Fashions of the Forties and Eighties. Presented as a part of the Women of the Missisinewa Valley Women’s Studies Seminar which was jointly sponsored by AAUW, Taylor University and Marion College and funded by the Indiana Committee for the Humanities. April, 1983.

Panel Chair and Participant. Images of the Self. Presented to the participants in the Women: Balancing Role Perspectives and Responsibilities Women’s Studies Seminar which was jointly sponsored by AAUW, Taylor University and Marion College and funded by the Indiana Committee for the Humanities. April, 1981.

 

AWARDS

Awarded a Faculty Development Grant to work on a Monograph with Alan Winquist on the History of Taylor in conjunction with the University’s sesquicentennial. 1995

Award for Campus Leadership and Teaching Excellence 1992

Awarded a Pew Faculty Incentive Grant for International Study 1988