Ph.D., Communication, Rhetoric, and Digital Media, North Carolina State University
My current research focuses on communication and culture, particularly the roles of
media technologies and rhetoric in the conduct of surveillance, policing, war, and
security. My work in these and other areas has appeared or is forthcoming in places
like Communication and Critical/Cultural Studies, Philosophy and Rhetoric, Rhetoric and Public Affairs, and Surveillance and Society.
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Joshua Reeves and Ethan Stoneman, "Heidegger and the Aesthetics of Rhetoric." Philosophy & Rhetoric: forthcoming 2014.
Joshua Reeves and Jeremy Packer, "Police Media: the Governance of Territory, Speed,
and Communication." Communication and Critical/Cultural Studies 10.4 (2013): forthcoming.
Joshua Reeves and Matthew S. May, "The Peace Rhetoric of a War President: Barack Obama
and the Just War Legacy." Rhetoric & Public Affairs 16.4 (2013): forthcoming.
Jeremy Packer and Joshua Reeves, "Romancing the Drone: Military Desire and Anthropophobia
from SAGE to Swarm." Canadian Journal of Communication 38 (2013): forthcoming.
Joshua Reeves, "Suspended Identification: Atopos and the Work of Public Memory." Philosophy & Rhetoric 26.3 (2013): 306–27.
Joshua Reeves, "Temptation and Its Discontents: Digital Rhetoric, Flow, and the Possible."
Rhetoric Review 32.3 (2013): 314–30.
Joshua Reeves, "If You See Something, Say Something: Lateral Surveillance and the
Uses of Responsibility." Surveillance & Society 10.3/4 (2012): 235–48.