Courses Taught

Nicholas Paliewicz

Nicholas Paliewicz

Assistant Professor

Research Areas

  • Argumentation
  • Rhetoric
  • Environmental Communication
  • Activism and Social Justice

Academic Background

  • Ph.D.   University of Utah  (2015) Communication
  • M.A.    Central Michigan University (2010) Speech Communication
  • B.A.    Central Michigan University (2008) Political Science
Selected Publications

Paliewicz, N. S. (2018). The Country, the City, and the Corporation: Rio Tinto Kennecott and the Materiality of Corporate Rhetoric. Environmental Communication: A Journal of Nature and Culture. Available Online Only

Paliewicz, N. S & McHendry, George, Jr. (2017). When Good Arguments Do Not Work: Postdialectics, Argument Assemblages, and the Networks of Climate Skepticism. Argumentation and Advocacy, 53(4), 287-309. Available Online Only

Paliewicz, N. S. (2017). Bent But Not Broken: Remembering Vulnerability and Resiliency at the National September 11 Memorial Museum. Southern Communication Journal, 82(1), 1-14. Lead Article

Paliewicz, N. S. & Hasian, M. (2017). Popular Memory at Ground Zero: A Heterotopology of National September 11 Memorial and Museum. Popular Communication: The International Journal of Media and Culture, 15(1), 19-36.

Paliewicz, N. S. & Hasian, M. (2016). Mourning Absences, Melancholic Commemoration, and the Contested Public Memories of the September 11 National Memorial and Museum. Western Journal of Communication, 80(2), 140- 162.

Contact information

206 Strickler Hall 
nicholas.paliewicz@louisville.edu
502 852 6976

Honors

Top Paper Award, National Communication Association, Activism and Social Justice Division, Philadelphia, PA, 2016

Top Forensics Paper Panel, National Communication Association. Argumentation and Forensics Division, Philadelphia, PA, 2016

Top Forensics Paper Panel, National Communication Association, American Forensic Association Division, Orlando, FL, 2012