Sarah Stone Watt
Associate Professor of Communication
Divisional Dean of Communication
Communication Division, Seaver College
- PhD The Pennsylvania State University
- MA University of Wyoming
- BA California State University, Long Beach
- Stone Watt, S. (2017). Debaters as Citizens: Rethinking Debate Frameworks to Address the Policy/Performance Divide. In Hogan, Kurr, Bergmaier, & Johnson (Eds.), Speech and Debate as Civic Education. University Park, PA: Penn State University Press.
- Stone Watt, S. (2014). Seeking Survival, Justice, and Recovery: Citizen Critics' Therapeutic Interpretation of Alice Sebold's Lucky. Women & Language.
- Stone Watt, S. (2013). Representing women in the workplace. In M. J. Murphy & E.N. Ribarsky (Eds.), Activities for Teaching Gender and Sexuality in the Classroom. Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield Education.
- Stone Watt, S. (2013). Supporting your ideas. In L. Schreiber (Ed.). Public Speaking: The Virtual Text. The Public Speaking Project. http://publicspeakingproject.org/
- Stone Watt, S. & Barnett, J.T. (2013). Persuasive speaking. In L. Schreiber (Ed.). Public Speaking: The Virtual Text. The Public Speaking Project. http://publicspeakingproject.org/
- Stone Watt, S. (2012). A postfeminist apologia: Susan G. Komen for the Cure's evolving response to the Planned Parenthood controversy. Journal of Contemporary Rhetoric, 2(3/4). pp. 65-79.
- Stone Watt, S. (2012). Authentic assessment in debate: An argument for using ballots to foster talent-development and promote authentic learning. Contemporary Argumentation and Debate, 33, pp. 75-104.
- Cross examination Debate Association Critic of the Year, Southern California, 2008
- Coached multiple award winning debate teams (See pepperdinedebate.com)
- National Communication Association
- Rhetoric Society of America
- American Communication Association
- Organization for the Study of Communication, Language, and Gender
- Rhetoric of Public Controversy
- Rhetoric of Race & Gender
- Leadership and Communication
- Social Movements
- Rhetorical Criticism
- Communication and Leadership
- Rhetoric, Gender, and Society
- Introduction to Communication Research Methods
- Argumentation & Advocacy
- Public Speaking and Rhetorical Analysis
- Intercultural Communication