Aysel Morin

Dr. Aysel Morin


Ph.D. in Communication, Culture and Rhetoric
Communication Studies Department, University of Nebraska-Lincoln, 2004

Courses Taught:
Communication Theory, Communication Criticism, Gender and Communication, Media Culture and Society, Media Effects, Intercultural Communication, Business and Professional Communication, Public Speaking

Research Interests:
Discursive construction of identity, rhetoric, political and public discourse, public address, critical and cultural studies, intercultural communication, communication theory, movement studies, nationalism and history

Scholarly Work/Publications:
Dr. Morin is the recipient of National Communication Association’s Distinguished Scholarship in Communication & Critical/Cultural Studies and Intercultural Communication, Top Article in Feminist and Women Studies, and Outstanding Article in Intercultural Communication awards. She has published several articles in Communication Studies, Women’s Studies in Communication, Feminist Media Studies, Review of Communication, Louisiana Communication Journal and Florida Communication Journal.

Morin, A. (2022). Crafting Turkish national identity, 1919-1927: A rhetorical approach. Routledge. (First released e-book edition, 2021)

Sample publications:
Morin, A. (2018). Typifying terror: The pattern of storytelling in terror news and the case of San Bernardino shooting. Global Media Journal, Turkey edition, 9(17), pp. 33-52.

Morin, A. (2016). Framing terrorism: Strategies the U.S Newspapers use to frame an act as terrorism or crime. Journalism and Mass Communication Quarterly, 93 (4), 986-1005.

Morin, A. & Lee, R. (2010). Constitutive discourse of Turkish nationalism: Ataturk’s Nutuk and the rhetorical construction of the “Turkish people.” Communication Studies, 61 (5), 485-506.

Morin, A. (2009). Victimization of Muslim Women in “Submission.” Women’s Studies in Communication, 32 (3), 380-408.

Lee, R. & Morin, A. (2009). Using the 2008 presidential election to think about “playing the race card.” Communication Studies, 60 (4), 376-391.