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Curriculum Vita

Stephen John Hartnett

Professor and Chair

Department of Communication

University of Colorado Denver

Academic Building One, Room 3016

1201 Larimer Street, Denver, CO 80204

Phone: 303.315.1914

Email: Stephen.hartnett@ucdenver.edu

Website: http://clas.ucdenver.edu/communication

Education
Institution Date Degree Major

Rutgers University 1986 B.A. English & Political Science

U.C. San Diego 1990 M.A. Literature

U.C. San Diego 1992 Ph.D. Literature (U.S. History concentration)


Professional Experience
2011—present Professor & Chair, Department of Communication,

University of Colorado, Denver.


2008—2011 Associate Professor & Chair, Department of Communication,

University of Colorado, Denver.


1999—2008 Assistant and then Associate Professor, Department of Communication,

University of Illinois.


1996—1999 Visiting Faculty, Department of Rhetoric,

University of California, Berkeley.


Refereed Books
2013 Hartnett, S. J. and J. K. Wood and E. Novek, editors. Working for Justice: A Handbook of Prison Activism and Education. Urbana, IL: University of Illinois Press.

2012 Hartnett, S. J. Executing Democracy, Volume Two: Capital Punishment & the Making of America, 1835-1845. East Lansing, MI: Michigan State University Press—this book won the Kohrs-Campbell Prize for Rhetorical Criticism.

2011 Hartnett, S. J., editor. Challenging the Prison-Industrial Complex: Arts, Education, and Activist Alternatives. Urbana, IL: University of Illinois Press—this book won the PASS Award from the National Council on Crime and Delinquency.
2010 Hartnett, S. J. Executing Democracy, Volume One: Capital Punishment & the Making of America, 1683-1800. East Lansing, MI: Michigan State University Press.
2006 Hartnett, S. J. and L. Stengrim. Globalization & Empire: The U.S. Invasion of Iraq, Free Markets, and the Twilight of Democracy. Tuscaloosa, AL: University of Alabama Press [hardback in 2006, paperback in 2009].
2004 Hartnett, S. J. Incarceration Nation: Investigative Prison Poems of Hope and Terror. Walnut Creek, CA: AltaMira.
2002 Hartnett, S. J. Democratic Dissent & the Cultural Fictions of Antebellum America. Urbana, IL: University of Illinois Press—this book won the Winans and Wichelns Memorial Award for Distinguished Scholarship in Rhetoric and Public Address from the National Communication Association.
2002 Branham, R. J. and S. J. Hartnett. Sweet Freedom’s Song: “My Country ‘Tis of Thee” and Democracy in America. New York: Oxford University Press.
Refereed Publications in Journals
2013 Hartnett, S. J. On Postmodern Intellectuals, Implied Obligations, and Political Constituencies. Western Journal of Communication 77: 523-528.

2013 Hartnett, S.J. “To Dance with Lost Souls”: Liu Xiaobo, Charter 08, and the Contested Rhetorics of Democracy and Human Rights in China.” Rhetoric & Public Affairs 16: 223-274 (lead article).

2013 Hartnett, S.J. “Tibet is Burning”: Competing Rhetorics of Liberation, Occupation, Resistance, and Paralysis on the Roof of the World. Quarterly Journal of Speech 99: 283-316.
2013 Hartnett, S.J. The Folly of Fighting for Providence; or, the End of Empire and Exceptionalism. Cultural Studies Critical Methodologies 13: 201-214.
2011 Hartnett, S. J. Google and the ‘Twisted Cyber Spy’ Affair: U.S.-China Communication in an Age of Globalization. Quarterly Journal of Speech 97: 411-434.
2011 Hartnett, S.J., and Jennifer K. Wood and Bryan McCann. Turning Silence into Speech and Action: Prison Activism and the Pedagogy of Empowered Citizenship. Communication and Critical Cultural Studies 8: 331-352 (lead article).
2010 Hartnett, S. J. Communication, Social Justice, and Joyful Commitment. Western Journal of Communication 74: 68-93—this essay won the Golden Monograph Award, for best scholarly article of the year, from the National Communication Association.
2009 Hartnett, S. J. “An Ugly and Sickening Business”; or, the Bush Legacy & the Decimation of Iraq. Cultural Studies Critical Methodologies 9: 780-786.

2008 Hartnett, S. J. and B. Alexander, B.G. Chevigny, J. Paul, and J. Tannenbaum. Editor’s Column: Prisons, Activism, and the Academy—A Roundtable with Buzz Alexander, Bell Gale Chevigny, Stephen John Hartnett, Janie Paul, and Judith Tannenbaum. Organized and edited by Patricia Yaeger. PMLA: Publications of the Modern Language Association 123: 545-567, for which I wrote pages 552-556, and contributed to pages 560, 561, 563, 564.

2008 Hartnett, S. J. Walking Amidst Heroes: Celebrating the Enlightenment and The Persistence of Democracy. Cultural Studies Critical Methodologies 8: 187-223.
2007 Hartnett, S. J. and J. Mercieca. “A Discovered Dissembler Can Achieve Nothing Great”: Four Theses on the Death of Presidential Discourse in An Age of Empire. Presidential Studies Quarterly 37: 599-621.
2007 Hartnett, S. J. and PCARE (a national collective of prison educators and scholars; I was one of the senior editors and the chief contributor to this essay). Fighting the Prison-Industrial Complex: A Call to Communication and Cultural Studies Scholars to Change the World. Communication and Critical Cultural Studies 4: 402-420.
2006 Hartnett, S. J. and D. Larson. ‘Tonight Another Man Will Die’: Crime, Violence, and The Master Tropes of Contemporary Arguments about the Death Penalty. Communication and Critical Cultural Studies 3 (2006): 263-287 (lead article).
2006 Hartnett, S. J. and J. Mercieca. ‘Has Your Courage Rusted?’: National Security and The Contested Rhetorical Norms of Republicanism in Post-Revolutionary America, 1798-1801. Rhetoric & Public Affairs 9: 79-112.
2006 Hartnett, S. J. and L. Stengrim. War Rhetorics: The National Security Strategy of the United States and President Bush’s Rhetoric of Globalization-Through-Benevolent-Empire. South Atlantic Quarterly 105: 175-206.

2005 Hartnett, S. J. and L. Stengrim. “The Whole Operation of Deception”: A Reconstruction and Critique of President Bush’s Weapons of Mass Destruction Rhetoric. Cultural Studies Critical Methodologies 4: 152-197.

2002 Hartnett, S. J. Fanny Fern’s 1855 Ruth Hall, the Cheerful Brutality of Capitalism, & the Irony of Sentimental Rhetoric. Quarterly Journal of Speech 88: 1-18 (lead article).
2000 Hartnett, S. J. A Rhetorical Critique of The Drug War and “the Nauseous Pendulum” of Reason and Violence. Journal of Contemporary Criminal Justice 16: 247-271.
1999 Hartnett, S. J. Four Meditations on the Search for Grace Amidst Terror. Text and Performance Quarterly 19: 196-216.
1999 Hartnett, S. J. and R.E. Ramsey. “A Plain Public Road”: Evaluating Arguments for Democracy in a Post-Metaphysical World. Argumentation and Advocacy 35: 95-114 (lead article).
1998 Hartnett, S. J. “It is Terrible to Possess Such Power!”: Early Modernity, Phrenology, and Alienated Desire as Class and Gender Warfare in Hawthorne’s “The Birth Mark.” Prospero 5: 5-26 (lead article).
1998 Hartnett, S. J. Michel de Certeau’s Critical Historiography and the Rhetoric of Maps. Philosophy and Rhetoric 31: 283-302.
1998 Hartnett, S. J. Lincoln and Douglas Engage the Abolitionist David Walker in Prison Debate: Empowering Education, Applied Communication, and Social Justice. Journal of Applied Communication Research 26: 232-253.
1997 Hartnett, S. J. Senator Robert Walker’s 1844 Letter on Texas Annexation & the Rhetorical Logic of Imperialism. American Studies 38: 27-54.

1993 Hartnett, S. J. The Ideologies and Semiotics of Fascism: Analyzing Ezra Pound’s Cantos 12-15. Boundary 2 20: 65-93.

1990 Hartnett, S. J. Cultural Postmodernism and Bobby McFerrin: A Case Study of the Production of Music as the Composition of Spectacle. Cultural Critique 16: 61-85.
Refereed Book Chapters
2013 Hartnett, S. J. Lincoln and Douglas Engage the Abolitionist David Walker in Prison Debate: Empowering Education, Applied Communication, and Social Justice. Reprinted in Readings on the Rhetoric of Social Protest, Third Edition, ed. Charles Morris and Stephen H. Browne. State College, PA: Strata, 152-170 (originally published in the Journal of Applied Communication Research 26 [1998]: 232-253).
2012 Hartnett, S. J. Communication, Social Justice, and Joyful Commitment (originally published in the Western Journal of Communication 74 (2010): 68-93). Reprinted in The Routledge Reader in Rhetorical Criticism, eds. Brian Ott and Greg Dickinson. New York: Routledge, 106-125.
2010 Hartnett, S. J. Four Meditations on The Search for Grace Amidst Terror (originally published in Text and Performance Quarterly 19 [1999]: 196-216). Reprinted in Readings on Rhetoric and Performance, eds. Stephen Olbrys Gencarella and Phaedra C. Pezzullo. State College, PA: Strata Publishing, pp. 154-175.

2009 Beasley, V. and S. J. Hartnett, R. Asen, D. Blair, K. Leeper, and J. Mercieca. Report of the National Task Force on the Presidency and Deliberative Democracy. In The Prospect of Presidential Rhetoric, eds. Martin Medhurst and James Arnt Aune. College Station, TX: Texas A&M University Press, pp. 251-271.

2008 Hartnett, S. J. and G. Goodale. The Demise of Democratic Deliberation: The Defense Science Board, the Military-Industrial Complex, and the Production of Imperial Propaganda. In Rhetoric and Democracy: Pedagogical and Political Practices, eds. David Timmerman and Todd McDorman. East Lansing: Michigan State University Press, pp. 181-224.
2008 Hartnett, S. J. Franklin Pierce & the Exuberant Hauteur of An Age of Extremes: A Love Song for America in Six Movements. In Before the Rhetorical Presidency, ed. Martin Medhurst. College Station, TX: Texas A&M University Press, pp. 106-165.
2007 Hartnett, S. J. “You are Fit For Something Better!”: Communicating Hope in Antiwar Activism. In Communication Activism, Volume 1: Communication for Social Change, eds. Lawrence Frey and Kevin Carragee. Cresskill, NJ: Hampton, pp. 195-246.
2007 Hartnett, S. J. Investigative Poetics. In The Blackwell Encyclopedia of Sociology, ed. George Ritzer. Oxford: Blackwell, pp. 2420-2424.
2005 Hartnett, S. J. and J. Engels. “Aria in Time of War”: Investigative Poetry and the Politics of Witnessing. In The Handbook of Qualitative Research, Third Edition, eds. Norman Denzin and Yvonna Lincoln. Walnut Creek, CA: Rowman Littlefield, pp. 1043-1067.

2000 Hartnett, S. J. Prisons, Profit, Crime, and Social Control: A Hermeneutic of the Production of Violence. In Race, Class, and Community Identity, eds. Andrew Light and Meck Nagel. New York: The Humanities Press, pp. 199-221.

Invited Review Essays since 2000
2008 Hartnett, S. J. The Annihilating Public Policies of the Prison-Industrial Complex: Crime, Violence, and Punishment in an Age of Neo-Liberalism. Rhetoric & Public Affairs 11: 491-533.
2005 Hartnett, S. J. and D. Larson. Moving Beyond the Rhetorics of Dignity and Depravity; or, Arguing About Capital Punishment. Rhetoric & Public Affairs 8: 477-498.
2003 Hartnett, S. J. Subjects, Slaves, and Patriots: Rhetorics of Belonging and the Democratic Imagination. Rhetoric & Public Affairs 6: 161-178.
2000 Taylor, B. C. and S. J. Hartnett. ‘National Security, and All That It Implies. . .’: Communication and Post-Cold War Studies (invited review essay). Quarterly Journal of Speech 86: 465-491.
Book Reviews since 2001
2008 Hartnett, S. J. Review of Tim Weiner, Legacy of Ashes: The History of the CIA. Common Review 7: 51-54.
2008 Hartnett, S. J. Buddy Goodall’s A Need to Know and the Long Road from the Cold War to the War on Terrorism. Qualitative Inquiry 14: 1338-1343.
2004 Hartnett, S. J. Economies of Death: Capital Punishment and the Politics of Social Control. Common Review 3: 32-3.

2003 Hartnett, S. J. Review of Stuart Banner, The Death Penalty in America. Journal of American History 90: 983-984.

2001 Hartnett, S. J. Review of Thomas Benson, ed., Rhetoric and Political Culture in Nineteenth-Century America. Rhetoric & Public Affairs 4: 328-331.
2001 Hartnett, S. J. Review of Ramsey Eric Ramsey, The Long Path to Nearness. Communication Theory 11: 255-257.
2001 Hartnett, S. J. American Declarations, Rhetorical History, and the Limits of Thematic Criticism, review of Harold Bush, Jr., American Declarations. Review of Communication, an on-line NCA journal, posted 17 January 2001.
Publications for General Readers
2013 “Tibet is Burning,” Communication Currents 8: 1-2, accessible at http://www.natcom.org/CommCurrentsArticle.aspx?id=4334.
2013 One of four contributing authors to “Praxis: Communication in Communities of Practice,” a brief review of engaged communication practices, posted by the NCA on its website, August 13, at http://www.natcom.org/praxis/.  This piece was in turn condensed into Nancy Kidd and Trevor Parry-Giles’s “Another View on Communication Scholarship,” posted in Inside Higher Ed, on August 13, at http://www.insidehighered.com/views/2013/08/13/essay-defends-state-communications-scholarship.
2013 Hartnett, S.J. 5 Things You Should Know About the History of the Death Penalty. Reprinted in Salon (May 3), published online at http://www.salon.com/writer/stephen_hartnett/.

2013 Hartnett, S.J. 5 Things You Should Know About the History of the Death Penalty. AlterNet (April 2), published online at http://www.alternet.org/civil-liberties/5-things-you-should-know-about-history-death-penalty.

2011 Hartnett, S. J. Cyber-Warfare, Google, and U.S.-Chinese Communication in an Age of Globalization. Communication Currents 6; accessible online at www.natcom.org/CommCurrentsArticle.aspx?id=2147484623.
2008 Hartnett, S. J. Surveillance: Interviews with Ruth Gilmore and Stephen Hartnett. Originally aired on WEFT, 90.1 FM, Champaign, IL, and reprinted in The Public-I (October): 9.
2007 Hartnett, S. J. Fighting the Prison-Industrial Complex with Communication Activism. Communication Currents 2: 1-2.
2006 Hartnett, S. J. Marching for Peace and Justice in the Shadow of the Bomb. The Public-I (September): 9-11.
2006 Hartnett, S. J. From Abu Ghraib to Your Town: Prison, Torture, and the Culture of Brutality.

The Public-I (April 2006): 8-9.
2004 Hartnett, S. J. The FTAA, Globalization, & the Future of Democracy. The Public-I (February): 6-7; I’m the second author, listed after Laura Stengrim; the essay includes my photographs as well.
2003 Hartnett, S. J. A Review of Civil Liberties One Year After 9/11. The Public-I (November): 6-7.
2002 Hartnett, S. J. Fighting for Civil Liberties in the Land of the Free. The Public-I (February): 8.

2001 Hartnett, S. J. Important Death Penalty Information. Broken Chains (Summer): 13-16.

2000 Hartnett, S. J. Burning ‘Em Alive: Joe Payne, Big Will, and the Production of Violence. The Newsletter of the Coalition for the Abolition of Prisons (June): 4-7.
1999 Hartnett, S. J. Prison Labor & Slavery. The Newsletter of the Coalition for the Abolition of Prisons (Summer): 6-9.
1998 Hartnett, S. J. Seven Theses Regarding the CIA, the Drug War, and Democracy. LIP (Autumn): 32-37.
1998 Hartnett, S. J. A Beginner’s Guide to Right-Wing Narco-Terrorism. LIP (Autumn): 38-39.
1998 Hartnett, S. J. Prison Labor, Slavery, and Capitalism in Historical Perspective. Dark Night Field Notes (Winter): 25-29.
1995 Hartnett, S. J. Cell Block Grants. In These Times (April): 6-7.
1994 Hartnett, S. J. Behavior Modification or Rights Violation? Nuvo Newsweekly (June): 10.
1994 Hartnett, S. J. Getting at Real Rehabilitation. Nuvo Newsweekly (April): 10.
Published Creative Works & Investigative Poems
--- see Incarceration Nation, listed above under Books, 2004.
2006 Hartnett, S. J. Globalizing Abu Ghraib. Left Curve (May): 10-18.

2003 Hartnett, S. J. Visiting Mario (revised and updated version). Cultural Studies Critical Methodologies 3: 362-378.

2002 Hartnett, S. J. 9/11 and the Poetics of Complicity: A Love Poem for A Hurt Nation. Cultural Studies Critical Methodologies 2: 315-326.
2001 Hartnett, S. J. Visiting Mario. Broken Chains (Summer): 25-40.
2000 Hartnett, S. J. About the Same as Commercial Fishing. Left Curve (June): 40-46.
1999 Hartnett, S. J. Sheriff Joseph M. Arpaio. The Radical Philosophy Review 1: 142-145.
1998 Hartnett, S. J. Democracy is Difficult. In Sheron Dailey, ed., The Future of Performance Studies: The Next Millennium. Washington: National Communication Association, 287-297.
1998 Hartnett, S. J. Three Views from San Quentin Prison. Dark Night Field Notes (Winter): 27.
Refereed Publications in Press or in Preparation
2014? Hartnett, S. J. The Duplicity of Geography: A Rhetorical Critique of Senator Walker’s Letter on Texas Annexation and The South in Danger. Forthcoming in Rhetoric and Civic Identity in the Early Republic; Volume III of The Rhetorical History of The United States, ed. Stephen Browne. East Lansing, MI: Michigan State University Press—accepted for publication, complications with tardy essays are delaying the project.

2014? Hartnett, S. J. and M. Pfau. The Confounded Rhetorics of Race in Revolutionary America. Forthcoming in Rhetoric, Independence, and Nationhood; Volume I of The Rhetorical History of The United States, ed. Stephen Lucas. East Lansing, MI: Michigan State University Press—accepted for publication, complications with tardy essays are delaying the project.

?? Alternative Modernities, Post-Colonial Colonialism, and the Storm of Progress in Tibet, essay in preparation for submission to Public Culture in September 2014.
Courses Taught
At UCD, Department of Communication

Communication, Democracy, and Civic Engagement (COMM 5710)

Communication, Globalization, and Social Justice (COMM 5710)

Communication and Critical Theory (COMM 5710)

Communication, China, and the U.S. (COMM 4710)

Communication, Prisons, and Social Justice (COMM 4040)

Communication, Citizenship, and Social Justice (COMM 2020)
Latin Honors Thesis Committee Member for Xiang (Michael) Li (2013).

Latin Honors Thesis Committee Member for Ginger Short (2012).

Latin Honors Thesis Co-Chair for Zhu (Zeke) Yi (2011).

Latin Honors Thesis Committee Member for Alex Jimenez (2011).

Latin Honors Thesis Chair for Linda Guthrie (2010)

Latin Honors Thesis Chair for Caitlin Mock (2010).


MA Advisor for Nicole Palidwor (2011-13), Amira Aletebi (2012-14), and Benjamin Boyce (2012-14).
MA Exam Committee Member for Shanon Daut (2009), Yara Youseff (2010), Erin Davison (2011), Peter Jensen (UC Boulder, 2012), and Laura Sanchez and Harry Archer (2013).
PhD Dissertation Committee Member for Daniel Larson (Illinois, 2006-2012), Bryan McCann (Texas, 2007-2009), and Angie White (UC Boulder, 2009-2012).

Independent Studies for Linda Guthrie, Shontel Lewis, and Katie Hester (2009); for Nanette Birdow (2010); Brooke Dragoo and Alex Jimenez (2011); Misty Saribal (2), Nicole Palidwor (2), Kevin Zawacki, and Garrett Simpson (2012); for Samantha Miles, Benjamin Boyce, Benjamin Swales, Amira Aletebi, and Kevin Zawacki (2013).



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