PhD, Speech Communication (University of Texas-Austin; 1986)
MA, Applied Philosophy (Bowling Green State University; 1982)
BA, Philosophy (Bowling Green State University; 1980)
William Keith CV
Areas of Research and Teaching
My current research focuses on the role of rhetoric and communication in public deliberation, with a focus on the intellectual and pedagogical history of the speech communication field.
Keith, William M., and Lundberg, Christian O. Public Speaking: Choices and Responsibility, 3rd Edition. 3nd. Cengage Publishing, 2018.
Graham, Scott, Kim, Sang-Yeon, DeVasto, Danielle, and Keith, William M. “Statistical genre analysis: Toward big data methodologies in technical communication.” Technical Communication Quarterly 24.1 (2015): 70-104.
Keith, William M., and Danisch, Robert. “Dewey on Science, Deliberation and the Sociology of Rhetoric.” Trained Capacities: John Dewey, Rhetoric, and Democratic Culture. Ed. Brian Jackson and Greg Clark. University of South Carolina Press, (2014): 27-46.
Keith, William M., and Danisch, Robert. “Dewey on Science, Deliberation and the Sociology of Rhetoric.” Trained Capacities: John Dewey, Rhetoric, and Democratic Culture. Ed. Jackson, Brian, and Clark, Greg. University of South Carolina Press, (2014): 27-46.
Keith, William M. “Façonnant une Public Deliberant: Les “Forums” comme le Education Civique dans les Etats-Unis.” La démocratie participative: Histoire et généalogie. Ed. Bacque, Marie-Helene, and Sintomer, Yves. La Decouverte, (2011): 210-227.
Keith, William M. “Creating Citizens Through Communication: Education and Deliberation in Government Accountability.” Public Opinion and Accountability: From Inertia to Public Action. Ed. Odugbemi, Sina, and Lee, Taeku. The World Bank, (2011): 215-233.
Keith, William M. “A New Golden Age: Intercollegiate Debate in the 21st Century.” Navigating Opportunity. Ed. Louden, Alan. IDebate Press, (2010): 11-27.
Keith, William M. “On the Origins of Speech as a Discipline: James A. Winans and Public Speaking as Practical Democracy.” Rhetoric Society Quarterly 38. (2008): 1-19.
Keith, William M., and Beard, David. “Toulmin’s Rhetorical Logic: What’s the Warrant for Warrants?.” Philosophy and Rhetoric 41. (2008): 22-50.
Keith, William M., and Rehg, William. “Argumentation in Science and Technology Studies.” The Science Studies Handbook 1st Edition. Ed. Hackett, Edward, Amsterdamska, Olga, Lynch, Michael, and Wajcman, Judy. MIT Press, (2007).
Keith, William M. Democracy as Discussion: The American Forum Movement and Adult Civic Education. Lexington Books/Rowman and Littlefield, 2007.