Communication Arts & Sciences
and Women's Studies
Ph.D., Speech Communication, University of Georgia
M.S., Communication Studies, University of North Texas
B.A.A.S., Political Science, University of North Texas
Office: 132 Franco Building
Dr. E. Michele Ramsey is an Associate Professor of Communication Arts & Sciences and Women's Studies at Penn State Berks. Dr. Ramsey teaches the following courses at the College: Public Speaking; Media Literacy; Rhetorical Theory; Language, Culture, and Communication; Gender and Communication; Rhetoric of Television and Film; and Contemporary American Political Rhetoric. Her research interests include representations of gender in the media, women's rights rhetoric, social movement rhetoric, and political rhetoric.
Most Recent Publications:
Ramsey, E.M. (2006). Driven from the public sphere: The conflation of women’s liberation and driving in advertising from 1910-1920. Women’s Studies in Communication, 29.1, pp. 88-112.
Ramsey, E.M. (2005). Protecting patriarchy: The myths of capitalism and patriotism in The People vs. Larry Flynt. Feminist Media Studies, 5.2, pp. 197-213.