Selected Articles, Chapters, and Reviews
Note: All links were current at date of listed access.
You can also find some of Roy’s scholarship at the NC DOCKS site.
Kempf, E. J., Schwartzman, R., Wilson, E., & Henry, K. B. (2011). How does applied learning fare under the scrutiny of program review? Journal of Applied Learning in Higher Education, 3, 3-24.
Schwartzman, R., & Ellis, E. D. (2011). Catering to customers or cultivating communicators? Divergent educational roles of communication centers.” International Journal of Humanities and Social Science, 1(17), 58-66.
Schwartzman, R. (2010). Service-learning pathologies and prognoses. Journal of Community Engagement and Higher Education, 1(2), 1-17.
Schwartzman, R. (2010). The “net worth” of applied learning: How Holocaust survivors counter educational consumerism. Journal of Applied Learning in Higher Education, 2, 3-21.
Schwartzman, R. (2010). Wittgenstein’s “forms of life,” cultures, and the search for extraterrestrial life. Topical Problems of Communication and Culture, 11, 30-44.
Schwartzman, R., & Carlone, D. (2010). Online teaching as virtual work in the new (political) economy. In S. D. Long (Ed.), Communication, relationships, and practices in virtual work (pp. 46-67). Hershey, PA: IGI Global. doi:10.4018/978-1-61520-979-8.ch003
Schwartzman, R., & Morrissey, M. (2010). Collaborative student groups and critical thinking in an online basic communication course. In L. Shedletsky & J. Aitken (Eds.), Cases on online discussion and interaction: Experiences and outcomes (pp. 39-65). Hershey, PA: IGI Global. doi:10.4018/978-1-61520-863-0.ch002
Schwartzman, R. (2010). The communication consultant corps. In D. W. Worley, D. A. Worley,
Schwartzman, R., & Tibbles, D. (2009). Constructed communication of grieving in America after September eleventh. Journal of Communication and Media Research, 1, 35-48.
Ward, K., & Schwartzman, R. (2009). Building interpersonal relationships as a key to effective speaking center consultations. Journal of Instructional Psychology, 36(4), 363-372.
Schwartzman, R., & Henry, K. B. (2009). From celebration to critical investigation: Charting the course of scholarship in applied learning. Journal of Applied Learning in Higher Education, 1, 3-23.
Schwartzman, R. (2009). Inspecting the rhetorical arsenal: The war frame in Nazi Germany's der Kampf and America's war on terror. In P. M. Haridakis, B. S. Hugenberg, & S. T. Wearden (Eds.), War and the media: Essays on news reporting, propaganda and popular culture (pp. 126-146). Jefferson, NC: MacFarland & Co.
Schwartzman, R. (2009). Ineffectual, invisible, godless: The 2008 Hagan-Dole senate campaign. Carolinas Communication Annual, 25, 52-63.
Schwartzman, R., & Carlone, D. (2008). A rhetorical reconsideration of knowledge management: Discursive dynamics of nanotechnology risks. In A. Koohang, K. Harman, & J. Britz (Eds.), Knowledge management: Foundations and principles (pp. 1-39). Santa Rosa, CA: Informing Science Press. [accessed 07/09/2008]
Schwartzman, R., Runyon, D., & von Holzen, R. (2007). Where theory meets practice: Design and deployment of learning objects. In A. Koohang & K. Harman (Eds.), Learning objects: Theory, praxis, issues, and trends (pp. 1-44). Santa Rosa, CA: Informing Science Press. [accessed 07/09/2008]
Schwartzman, R. (2007). Refining the question: How can online instruction maximize opportunities for all students? Communication Education, 56, 113-117. [accessed 01/23/07]
Schwartzman, R. (2007). Scientific and political promotion of racial hygiene in Nazi Germany: A content analysis. In Proceedings of the fifth annual Hawaii international conference on arts and humanities (pp. 4607-4639). Honolulu: Hawaii International Conference on Arts and Humanities. (also presented at the conference)
"Philosophical Grounding and Quantifiable Assessment of Service-Learning" (2007) [accessed 10/25/07]
“Virtual Group Problem Solving in the Basic Communication Course: Lessons for Online Learning” (2006)
“Living the Jewish Calendar” (2004) [accessed 07/30/06]
“What Can Online Course Components Teach About Improving Instruction and Learning?” (2002)
Schwartzman, R. (2002). Along the path to service-learning. Journal of Public Affairs, 6, 43-60.
“Hollywood’s Early Cinematic Responses to Nazism” (2002) [accessed 07/30/06]
“The Mechanics of Engenderneering: Cyborgs and Aliens as Manufactured Evil in Science-Fiction Film” (2002) [accessed 07/30/06]
“Poeticizing Scholarship” (2002) [Accessed 07/30/06]
Schwartzman, R., & Oludaja, B. (2002). The cultural hero presentation: Navigating between exoticism and assimilationism. In J. L. Trent (Ed.), Included in communication: Learning climates that cultivate racial and ethnic diversity (pp. 168-171). Washington, DC: American Association for Higher Education.
“Service-Learning Responds to Technological Enchantment and Intellectual Isolation” (2001) [accessed 07/30/06]
“Engenderneered Machines in Science Fiction Films” (1999) [accessed 09/12/06]
"Say, You Want a Revolution?" (1999)
"The Three Stooges versus the Third Reich" (1998)
“Gaming Serves as a Model for Improving Learning” (1997)
"The Next Move in the Metaphoric Game" (1997)
"Letter to the Brother I Never Had" (1997)
Cheney, G., McMillan, J. J., & Schwartzman, R. (1997, Fall). Should we buy the ‘student-as-consumer’ metaphor? The Montana Professor, 7(3), 8-11.
“Strom Thurmond and the Metonymic Campaign of 1996” (1997)
“Postmodernism and the Practice of Debate” (1996, reprinted 2000) [accessed 07/30/06]
"Are Students Customers? The Metaphoric Mismatch Between Management and Education" (1995)
Schwartzman, R. J. (1994). Racial science, Nazism, and the genesis of genocide (Doctoral dissertation). University of Iowa, Iowa City, IA.
Selected Poetry and Essays
Schwartzman, R. (2010). 4174 Powers Ferry. Heavy Hands Ink, 2, 24. full text (.pdf)
Schwartzman, R. (2010). Messy erasure. Heavy Hands Ink, 2, 23. full text (.pdf)
Several poems with a literary profile (2003) [accessed 07/30/06]
“Free Verse Ain’t Free” (2003) [accessed 07/30/06]
“Deferences to References,” a double prize-winning poem, is published in the May 2002 edition of Sol Magazine. Select the May 2002 edition and find (control + F) Roy's name or the poem name in the issue. Two of Roy's poems, including a prize-winning poem, are published in the March 2002 edition of Sol Magazine. Several other poems are included as prize winners in the Sol Magazine 2003 international poet laureate competition. If you search the Sol Magazine site, you'll also find several columns Roy wrote. [accessed 09/12/06]
“Winter Coherences Along Myrtle Beach” and “Renaming the Voices, Revoicing the Names” (2001) [poems]
Schwartzman, R. (2008, August). Nanotoxicartography: Rhetorically mapping public engagement with nanotechnology's promises and perils. Paper presented at the Workshop on Communicating Health and Safety Risks on Emerging Technologies in the 21st Century, Raleigh, NC.
Video: Part 1
Video: Part 2
Video: Part 3
Schwartzman, R. (2006, September). Ethical and theoretical perspectives on an ancient art: The predicament of speechwriting, Paper presented at the Carolinas Communication Association convention, Charleston, SC.