Refereed Journal Articles

Lee M. Pierce, “A Rhetoric of Traumatic Nationalism in the Ground Zero Mosque Controversy,” Quarterly Journal of Speech 100, no. 1 (2014): 53-80

Book Chapters

Lee M. Pierce, “Melancholic Mirages & Ethopoeic Enemies: Reconsidering Temporality in Canada’s Apologies to First Peoples.” In Decolonizing Public Address, eds. Jason Black and Casey Kelly Ryan (Peter Lang, 2018)

Book Reviews

Lee M. Pierce, “Notes Towards a Performative Theory of Assembly by Judith Butler (review),” Philosophy and Rhetoric 50, no. 3 (2017): 356-362

Invited Essays

Lee M. Pierce, “Strength in Weakness: Pseudo-Patriotism Surrounds the Ground Zero Mosque Dispute,” Communication Currents 9, no. 4 (August 2014)

Book-length Manuscripts in Preparation
Syntaxing the Social: Verb Forms in U.S. Political Culture.

Article-length Manuscripts in Preparation
“The Forms of “Formation””: Conjuring a Post-Traumatic Blackness. For submission to Media, Culture & Society.

“#staywoke and Get Out: Rhetoric and Politics in Shallow Depths.” For submission to Critical Studies in Media Communication.

“An Encomium for the Sovereign: Merismus, Ethopoeia and David and Goliath.” For submission to Rhetoric & Public Affairs.