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  • Dr. Tracey Quigley Holden, Assistant Professor and Basic Course Director, Communication

    Assistant Professor and Basic Course Director, Communication
    University of Delaware
    248 Pearson Hall
    Newark, DE 19716
    302-831-3571

    Biography

    ​Tracey Quigley Holden earned her PhD in rhetoric and public address from Pennsylvania State University in 2005, writing her dissertation on Vietnam-era military dissent. Prior to her work at Penn State, she received an M.A. from San Diego State University and a B.A. from Texas A&M University. Professor Holden’s primary teaching focus is oral communication, public speaking, and business communication. Her pedagogical experience includes teaching intercultural communication to Marine Corps and Navy officers, social movement dissent in San Diego, and summer programs in politics and debate at Stanford and Princeton. Her area of broad scholarly interest is organizational and political communication, especially the American military. Other interests include social movements, civic engagement, leadership, and strategic business communication. Professor Holden joined the Department of Communication in 2010 as an Assistant Professor and Director of the Basic Course.

    Publications

    Holden, Tracey Q. Book Review. Battle Exhortation: The Rhetoric of Combat Leadership by Keith Yellin. Southern Journal of Communication (2010) (forthcoming). ​

    Holden, Tracey Q and Sandra L. French. "Food Fight! Public Relations and Politics in the Battle for Gigante.” Article under review with the Journal of Business Communication. Publication pending final revisions, June 2010.

    Quigley, Tracey A. Unheard and Unheeded: The Rhetoric of Military Dissent During Vietnam and Its Legacy for Contemporary Civil-Military Relations. Book manuscript being revised for second review. Texas A&M University Press. ​

 

 

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