Collections 

 Selected Scholarly Work 

  • [130+ articles and book chapters]

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2020

* = student co-author

2020.02: Schwartzman, R., & Ferraro, B.* (2020). People with disabilities in oral communication centers: Pathways toward acknowledgment and engagement. Education, 140, in press.

2020.01: Schwartzman, R., Forslund, E.*, Bolin, C.*, Thomas, A.*, Pettigrew, E.*, & Ray, R.* (2020). Communication centers as wellsprings of community engagement and collaborative research. College Student Journal, 54, in press. 

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2019

* = student co-author

2019.04: Schwartzman, R., Kirchoff, B. K., & Cuny K. M. (2019). Roles of communication centers in communicating science: A multi-disciplinary forum. Communication Center Journal, 5(1), in press.

 

2019.03: Schwartzman, R., & Boger, K. A.* (2019). How international students using communication centers navigate locus of control. In V. Hus (Ed.), Perspectives of arts and social studies, vol. 3 (pp. 36-48). London: Science Domain International. ISBN 978-93-89246-14-8 (print), 978-93-89246-51-3 (ebook)

2019.02: Olson, L. N., & Schwartzman, R. (2019). Child sexual predators’ luring communication goes online: Reflections and future directions. In E. P. Downs (Ed.), The dark side of media and technology: A 21st century guide to media and technological literacy (pp. 154-166). New York: Peter Lang.

 

2019.01: Schwartzman, R. (2019). Beyond survival: Navigating women’s personal narratives of sexual violence in the Holocaust.
In P. Paoloni, M. Paoloni, & S. Arduini (eds.), Proceedings of the 2nd International Conference on Gender Research (pp. 569-575). Reading, UK: Academic Conferences and Publishing International.

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2018

* = student co-author

2018.03: Schwartzman, R., & Simon, J. S. (2018). Trump in the land of Oz: Pathologizing Hillary Clinton and the feminine body. In C. A. Kray, T. W. Carroll, & H. Mandell (Eds.), Nasty women and bad hombres: Historical reflections on the 2016 Presidential election (pp. 42-59)Rochester, NY: University of Rochester Press.

2018.02: Schwartzman, R., & Simon, J. S. (2018). Donald Trump, “sick” women's bodies, and the wizardry of (Dr.) Oz. In A. Azevedo & A. Mesquita (Eds.), Proceedings of the international conference on gender research (pp. 399-406). Reading, UK: Academic Conferences and Publishing International. [ISSN 2048-9803]

2018.01: Schwartzman, R., von Schmude, C.*, & Brewer, C. J.* (2018). How Holocaust survivors in the United States and Germany respond to Holocaust denial. In Y. Kamalipour (ed.), Global discourse in fractured times (pp. 196-212)Newcastle, UK: Cambridge Scholars Publishing.

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2017

* = student co-author

2017.06: Schwartzman, R., & Boger, K. E.* (2017). Masters of fate or victims of circumstance? Connecting communication centers with locus of control. Communication Center Journal, 3(1), 3-22. 

2017.05: Schwartzman, R. (2017). Building on our legacies: A forum of prospective retrospectives. Carolinas Communication Annual, 33,
1-11.

2017.04: Schwartzman, R. (2017). Using data mining in online basic communication courses: Diagnosing student needs and activating communication centers. In Т.А. Yarkov (Ed.), Pedagogy and psychology at the intersection of science and practice (pp. 26-32). Tyumen, Russia: Tyumen State University. ISBN 978-5-85944-355-0

2017.03: Schwartzman, R., & Boger, K. E.* (2017). Locus of control synergies in new language learning and cultural adaptation: A communication center perspective. British Journal of Education, Society & Behavioural Science 21(1): 1-13.

doi: 10.9734/BJESBS/2017/34367

2017.02: Schwartzman, R. (2017). Unma(s)king education in the image of business: A vivisection of educational consumerism. Cultural Studies/Critical Methodologies, 17(4), 333-346.
doi: 10.1177/1532708617706126

2017.01: Schwartzman, R., & Sieczkowski, R.* (2017). Communicate confidently in the electronic age: A guide for millennials. In E. F. Desnoyers-Colas (Ed.), Raising our voices, communicating our existence: A public speaking anthology for the millennial generation. Dubuque, IA: Kendall Hunt. [ebook]

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2016

* = student co-author

2016.09: Schwartzman, R. (2016). Transformation of persecution in Holocaust survivor testimonies. In P. M. Kellett & T. G. Matyok (Eds.), Transforming conflict through communication in personal, family, and working relationships (pp. 65-82). Lanham, MD: Lexington.

2016.08: Schwartzman, R., McCall, J. D., & Cuny, K. M. (2016). The process of public speaking. In S. M. Clency (Ed.), Foundations for learning at UNCG (pp. 129-149). Dubuque, IA: Kendall Hunt.

2016.07: Schwartzman, R. (2016). Reconsidering educational consumerism. Academic Exchange Quarterly, 20(2), 60-67. Also in S. Pec (Ed.), Scholarship of teaching & learning, part II. Sound Instruction Book, vol. 12 (pp. 50-57). Stuyvesant Falls, NY: Rapid Intellect Group. [ISBN 0-9709895-1-12]

2016.06: Kellett, P. M., Schwartzman, R., & Carlone, D. A.. (2016). Bangalore to Bengaluru—Garden City to Silicon Valley: Scenes from a rapidly changing and conflicted city space. In W. Jia (Ed.), Intercultural communication: Adapting to emerging global realities (pp. 137-156). San Diego, CA: Cognella.

2016.05: Schwartzman, R., & Sanchez, R.* (2016). Communication centers as sites of identity (re)negotiation. College Student Journal, 50(1) 35-46.

2016.04: Schwartzman, R., & Moore, C.* (2016). Obstacles and opportunities in implementing e-portfolios. Proceedings of the Hawaii university international conference on arts, humanities, social sciences, and education. Honolulu, HI: HUIC. [ISSN 21629188 (CD ROM); 2162917X (online)]

2016.03: Schwartzman, R. (2016). Anti-semitism as aestheticized science: Using classical rhetorical theory to interpret Nazi racial doctrines. In Proceedings of the Hawaii international conference on arts and humanities (pp. 784-807). Honolulu, HI: HICAH. [ISSN: 1541-5899]

2016.02: Schwartzman, R. (2016). Taming the email monster in online basic communication courses. Proceedings of the Hawaii university international conference on arts, humanities, social sciences, and education. Honolulu, HI: HUIC. [ISSN 21629188 (CD ROM); 2162917X (online)]

2016.01: Schwartzman, R., & Blankenship, C.* (2016). Individualizing success through surveillance: Undercover boss and the rehabilitation of corporate capitalism. In Proceedings of the Hawaii international conference on arts and humanities (pp. 808-825). Honolulu, HI: HICAH. [ISSN: 1541-5899]

 Selected Creative Work 

  • [350+ literary (primarily poetry) publications]

Schwartzman, R. (2010). Messy erasure. Heavy Hands Ink, 2, 23.

Schwartzman, R. (2002, May). Deferences to references. Sol Magazine.

  • 1st Place, Sol Magazine Pick My Poem International Poetry Competition, May 2002.

  • Poem of the Month, Sol Magazine, May 2002.

Schwartzman, R. (2002, March). Persistence. Sol Magazine.

  • 1st Place, Sol Magazine Blossoms in the Snow International Poetry Competition, March 2002.

Schwartzman, R. (2001). Winter coherences along Myrtle Beach. Red Booth Review, 6. Also published in W. T. Pfefferle (Ed.), RBR 2K1: Red Booth Review (p. 35). Baltimore, MD: Red Booth Review.

Schwartzman, R. (1995). The forgotten at Long Beach. In R. J. Schmidt & Carrie Neumann (Eds.), Golden Lines on Golden Wings (p. 32). Grayling, MI: Green Gate Publishing. Also published as Schwartzman, R. (1993, March/April). The forgotten at Long Beach. Poetic Page, 5(2), 26.

  • 1st Place, Poets at Work International Poetry Competition, Sept. 1995.

Featured Poet, Manna magazine, Spring 1994.

Schwartzman, R. (1993, Aug.) The unkindest cut. Poet’s Pouch, 1(1), 8.

  • 1st Place, Poet’s Pouch magazine “Express Yourself” National Short Fiction and Essay Contest, August 1993.