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About Nick J. Sciullo

I am primarily concerned with oppression, where it may be found and how it may be critiqued and understood. This takes my research in many directions as I am concerned with how supposed groups, be they racial, ethnic, gender, or class -oriented are treated differently in the law. My work is informed by critical theory, particularly continental philosophy, critical race theory, and rhetorical theory. I desire to expose oppression and its manifestation by applying these schema across the law.

Positions

Present John F. "Jeff" Butler Director of Debate, University of Central Florida ‐ Nicholson School of Communication
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Curriculum Vitae



Research Interests

Critical Rhetoric, Poststructuralism, Critical Theory, Critical Race Theory, Hip-Hop and the Law, Rhetoric of Law, Rhetoric of Race, and Continental Philosophy

Honors and Awards

  • Robert Bostrom Young Scholar Award, Southern States Communication Association (2014)

Courses

  • IC GW 461: Senior Project
  • IC CO 463: Internship
  • IC CO 462: IS: Readings in Critical Theory
  • IC CO 311: Argumentation and Debate
  • IC CO 252: Competitive Debate and Forensics
  • IC CO 101: Speech Fundamentals
  • GSU SPCH 4800: Communication and Diversity
  • GSU JOUR 3600: Communication Law and Regulation
  • GSU SPCH 3510: Principles of Debate
  • GSU SPCH 2710: Argumentation
  • GSU SPCH 1500: Public Speaking
  • GSU JOUR 1010: Media Writing
  • GSU SPCH 1000: Introduction to Human Communication


Race, Critical Race Theory, and Social Justice (8)

Terrorism and International Law (6)

Short Book Reviews (3)