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Name: Jamie Warner
Title: Associate Professor
Office: 710 Smith Hall, Department of Political Science/COLA
Phone: 304-696-2761
Email: warnerj@marshall.edu
Expert: contemporary political theory, deliberative democracy, political communication, feminist political theory, humor and parody
 
Achievements

Research Based:
 
Publications:
“Spectacular Resistance: The Billionaires for Bush and the Art of Political Culture Jamming.” (with Margaret Farrar). Polity. (forthcoming 2008).

"Political Culture Jamming: The Dissident Humor of The Daily Show with Jon Stewart,” Popular Communication 5:1 (January 2007): 17-37.

"Rah-Rah-Radical: The Radical Cheerleaders’ Challenge to the Public Sphere,” Politics & Gender 2:3 (Fall 2006): 281-302. (with Margaret Farrar)

"Politics and Entertainment: Civic Catastrophe or Democratic Possibility?" New Political Science 28:3 (September 2006): 431-436.

“Book Review: ‘Entertaining Politics: New Political Television and Civic Culture’ by Jeffrey Jones.” Popular Communication 4:1 (Spring 2006): 67-69.
 
 
Selected Conference Presentations:
March 2008. “The Daily Show and the Politics of Truth.” Paper to be presented at the 2007 annual meeting of the Western Political Science Association in San Diego, CA, March 20-22.

April 2007. “Political Culture Jamming: The Dissident Humor of The Colbert Report. Paper to be presented at the 2007 annual meeting of the Midwest Political Science Association in Chicago, IL, April 12-15.

April 2007. “Living With War in the Public Sphere: Neil Young’s Discourse of Dissent” (with Dan Mistich). Paper to be presented at the 2007 annual meeting of the Midwest Political Science Association in Chicago, IL, April 12-15.

March 2007. “Isn’t It Ironic? Cynicism, Enchantment, and Political Culture Jamming” (with Margaret Farrar). Paper to be presented at the 2007 annual meeting of the Western Political Science Association in Las Vegas, NV, March 8-10.

January 2006. “You Have Stepped Out of Your Place: Women’s Laughter as Resistance” (with Margaret Farrar). Paper presented at the 2006 annual meeting of the Southern Political Science Association, Atlanta, GA, January 5-7.

September 2004. “George Bush, Jon Stewart and Michel Foucault: Laughter as Political Problematization.” Paper presented at the 2004 annual meeting of the American Political Science Association, Chicago, IL, September 2-5.

June 2004. “The Onion and the Will Not to Be Governed.” Paper presented at the 2004 annual meeting of the Social Thought Consortium, Toronto, Canada, June 6-9.

March 2004. “Laughing at Power: The Onion’s Political Tactic of Problematization.” Paper presented at the 2004 annual meeting of the Western Political Science Association, Portland, OR, March 11-13.

March 2004. Discussant. “Writing and Discourse: (Counter)scripting Identity and Community in World Politics.” Western Political Science Association annual meeting, Portland, OR, March 11-13.

January 2004. Chair and Discussant. “Women’s Political Participation in the Era of “Democratization.” Southern Political Science Association annual meeting, New Orleans, LA., January 8-11.

April 2003. Chair and Discussant. “Politics and the Family.” Midwest Political Science Association annual meeting, Chicago, IL, April 3-6.

August 2002. “Remembering in Order to Forget: Memory and Southern Identity.” Poster presented at the 2002 meeting of the American Political Science Association, Washington, D.C., August 29-September 1.
 
 
Works in Progress:
Political Culture Jamming: Parody, Politics, and Truth in the American Public Sphere. (book length manuscript)
 

Professional/Community Based Service:
 
Department, College, and University Service:
Advisor – Phi Alpha Delta (Pre-law fraternity) – 2007-present.

Women’s Studies Advisory Committee – 2007-present.

One Book Marshall Committee – 2007-present.

Tenure and Promotion Committee (outside member) – Department of Criminal Justice – 2007-2008.

Dean Search Committee, College of Liberal Arts – 2007-2008.

Director of Undergraduate Studies, Department of Political Science – 2007-present.

Public Administration Search Committee, Department of Political Science – 2007-2008.

Scholarship Committee, Department of Political Science – 2007-2008.

Webmaster, Department of Political Science – 2006-present.

University 101 Advisory Board – 2006-present.

Student Conduct Board, College of Liberal Arts – 2006-present.

Student Conduct and Welfare Committee – 2006-present.

E-course Monies Distribution Committee – Spring 2005.

Research Committee, College of Liberal Arts – 2004-present. (Chair, 2007-present)

Faculty Senator – 2004-present.

International Relations Search Committee, Department of Political Science - 2004.

Pickens-Queen Outstanding Teacher Award Selection Committee– 2004-2005.

Merit Distribution and Guideline Committee – 2004-2005.
Coordinator: College of Liberal Arts Research Forum (bi-monthly) – 2003-2006.

SCORES Contest Supervisor – 2002-present.

Advisor: Young Democrats – 2002-2006.

Assessment Committee, Department of Political Science– 2002-present.

Library Liaison, Department of Political Science –2002-2005.
 

Awards:
 
Research Related Grants and Awards
College of Liberal Arts Faculty Development Award for Reassigned Time for Research (three credits of reassigned time), Marshall University – Fall 2004.

Summer Research Grant, Marshall University – Summer 2006, Summer 2004, Summer 2003.

Graduate College Fund for Reassigned Time for Research (three credits of reassigned time), Marshall University – Spring 2004.

INCO Travel Grant, Marshal University – Fall 2004, Spring 2004, Spring 2003.

Quinlan Travel Grant, Marshall University – Spring 2006, Fall 2005, Fall 2004, Spring 2004, Fall 2002.

Outstanding Graduate Student Research Award, Women’s Studies Program, Pennsylvania State University – 2000.

Interdisciplinary Dissertation and Creative Projects Award, Institute for the Arts and Humanistic Studies, Pennsylvania State University – 1999.

 
 
Teaching and Service Related Grants and Awards
Center for Teaching Excellence/Office of Academic Affairs Assessment Grant (three credits of reassigned time to develop departmental assessment plan), Marshall University – Spring 2005.

College of Liberal Arts (COLA) Outstanding Teacher Award, Marshall University – 2003/2004.

Pickens-Queen Outstanding Teacher Award (university wide teaching award for junior faculty), Marshall University – 2003/2004.

Center for Teaching Excellence Summer Fellowship for Junior Faculty, Marshall University – Summer 2003.

Faculty Diversity Recognition Award, Multicultural Resource Center, Pennsylvania State University – 2001.

Outstanding Teaching Award for Graduate Students in the College of Liberal Arts, Pennsylvania State University – 2000.

Outstanding Graduate Student Teaching Award, Women’s Studies Program, Pennsylvania State University – 1999.

 

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