Renee G. Heath

SENIOR LECTURER
Co-Director and Faculty Advisor, Civil Discourse Lab
Senior Lecturer
Phone: (603) 862-4402
Office: Communication, Horton SSC Rm 145E, Durham, NH 03824
Renee Heath

Education

  • Ph.D., Communications, University of Colorado at Boulder
  • M.A., Communications, Washington State University
  • B.S., Communications, Oregon State University

Research Interests

  • Strengthen relationships, communities, organizations and our sense of responsibility to each other

Courses Taught

  • CMN 457: Intro Lang & Soc Interaction
  • CMN 562: Collaborative Leadership
  • CMN 598: Spc Top/Interpersonal Studies
  • CMN 698: Sem/Org Communication
  • CMN 702: Sem/Interpersonal Comm Theory

Selected Publications

Heath, R. G. (2018). Facilitating vulnerability: New Hampshire Listens convenes Blue and You. Journal of Public Deliberation.

Heath, R. G., Lewis, N., Schneider, B., & Majors, E. (2017). Beyond Aggregation: the "Wisdom of Crowds" meets dialogue in the case study of Shaping America's Youth. Journal of Public Deliberation.

Heath, R. G., & Isbell, M. G. (2017). Interorganizational Collaboration Complexity, Ethics, and Communication. Waveland Press.

Heath, R. G. (2015). Women Like You Keep Women Like Me Down”: Understanding
Intergenerational Conflict and Work-Life Balance from a Discourse Perspective. In M. L. Connerley and J. Wu (eds.) (Ed.), Handbook on Well-Being of Working Women. Springer.

Heath, R. G., & Isbell, M. (2015). Broadening Organizational Communication Curricula. Management Communication Quarterly, 29(2), 309-314. doi:10.1177/0893318915571351

Milam, J. M., & Heath, R. G. (2014). Participative Democracy and Voice: Rethinking Community Collaboration Beyond Neutral Structures. Journal of Applied Communication Research, 42(4), 366-386. doi:10.1080/00909882.2014.911944

Molloy, A., & Heath, R. G. (2014). Navigating Organizational Ideology Through Bridge Discourse. International Journal of Business Communication, 51, 386-408.

Heath, R. G., Munoz, R., & Fletcher, C. V. (2013). Confessional tales from the field: Researcher methods and positionally. In Understanding Occupy from Wall Street to Portland Applied Studies in Communication Theory (pp. 53-77). Lexington Books.

Heath, R. G., & Fletcher, C. V. (2013). Engaging Occupy: An introduction to romantic, practical, and critical perspectives. In Understanding Occupy from Wall Street to Portland Applied Studies in Communication Theory (pp. xv-xxiv). Lexington Books.

Heath, R. G. (2013). Finding the space between: Participative democracy, consensus decision making and a leaderful/less movement. In Understanding Occupy from Wall Street to Portland Applied Studies in Communication Theory (pp. 75-98). Lexington Books.

Most Cited Publications