Angela G. Ray
Department of Communication Studies
Associate Professor, Charles Deering McCormick Professor of Teaching Excellence
Annie May Swift Hall, Room 317
1920 Campus Drive
Evanston , IL 60208-0880
Graduate Programs: Communication Studies
Angela Ray focuses on rhetorical criticism and history. Special interests include popular lecturing in the 19th-century United States and women's rhetoric. Her 2005 book, The Lyceum and Public Culture in the Nineteenth-Century United States, has received five national awards. Ray is working on her next book project, which examines the ways that 19th-century feminists used popular media of the day to influence public opinion.
|PhD||Speech-Communication, University of Minnesota|
|MA||Drama and Theatre Studies, Royal Holloway and Bedford New College, University of London|
|BA||English & Chemistry, Transylvania University|
Ray, Angela G., and Cindy Koenig Richards. "Inventing Citizens, Imagining Gender Justice: The Suffrage Rhetoric of Virginia and Francis Minor." Quarterly Journal of Speech 93, no. 4 (November 2007): 375–402.
Ray, Angela G. "The Rhetorical Ritual of Citizenship: Women’s Voting as Public Performance, 1868–1875." Quarterly Journal of Speech 93, no. 1 (February 2007): 1–26.Ray, Angela G. "What Hath She Wrought?: Woman’s Rights and the Nineteenth-Century Lyceum." Rhetoric and Public Affairs 9, no. 2 (Summer 2006): 183–213.
Ray, Angela G. The Lyceum and Public Culture in the Nineteenth-Century United States. East Lansing: Michigan State University Press, 2005.
2007 Galbut Outstanding Faculty Award, School of Communication, Northwestern University
For her book, The Lyceum and Public Culture in the Nineteenth-Century United States:
Book Award, Rhetoric Society of America
James A. Winans-Herbert A. Wichelns Memorial Award for Distinguished Scholarship in Rhetoric and Public Address, National Communication Association
Diamond Anniversary Book Award, National Communication Association
Marie Hochmuth Nichols Award, Public Address Division, National Communication Association
Daniel Rohrer Memorial Outstanding Research Award, American Forensic Association