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RESEARCH

Invited Research Talks

Hinck, R. S., & Ehrl, M. (2020). “Egyptian, Chinese, and Russian Media Perceptions of Egypt’s Economic Crisis, Bailout Partners, and Great Power Competition” from December 2014-December 2019. SMA Speaker Series on Assessment of Strategic Implications of Population Dynamics in the Central Region.

Conference Presentations

Ehrl, M. (2020). Steve Bannon's Populist Revolution in Europe: The Rise and Fall of a Foreigner among Right-Wingers. Paper accepted at the Rhetorical Society of America Conference in Portland, OR, May 21-24

Ehrl, M. (2020). Narratives of Reunification: Rhetorical Lessons from East German’s Opposition Movement for KoreanUnification. Paper accepted at the Rhetorical Society of America Conference in Portland, OR, May 21-24

Ehrl, M. (2019). Equipment for Political Living: Toward a Model for Political Crisis Narratives. Paper presented at the National Communication Association in Baltimore, MD, November 14-17

 

Ehrl, M. (2018). Crisis as the Engine of European Integration: Bringing together Habermas’ ideas about European Unification and Castells’ insights about the Network-State. Paper presented at the International Association for Media and Communication Research Conference in Eugene, OR June 20 - 24.

 

Ehrl, M. (2018). The Hidden Frames of 1989: Recovering the Berlin Wall’s Language of Political Action. Paper presented at the Rhetorical Society of America Conference in Minneapolis, MN, May 31-June 3.

 

Ehrl, M. (2017). In Search of a Multi-Vocal Approach to Political Crisis Communication: Angela Merkel’s lonely Voice within a divided Europe. Paper presented at the National Communication Association in Dallas, TX, November 9-13. (Best Student Paper Panel, PR Division)

 

Ehrl, M. (2017). Habermas and the Role of Crisis-Induced Narratives for the Future of the European Union. Paper presented at the Global Fusion Conference in Athens, OH, October 13-15.

 

Ehrl, M. (2017). Toward a Bottom-Up View of EU Polity-Building: Contributions of Manuel Castells’ Global Public sphere, Civil Society, and Global Governance to a New European Narrative. Paper presented at the Global Fusion Conference in Athens, OH, October 13-15.

 

Ehrl, M. (2016). The Rhetorical Situation of Routine Mass

Shootings: Obama’s Speech on the Shooting in Oregon. Paper presented at the National Communication Association in Philadelphia, PA, November 9-13

 

Ehrl, M. (2016). Student Protest . . . and then what? The Rhetorical Remains of the Cooper Union Student Protest. Presented at the Rhetorical Society of America Conference in Atlanta, GA, May 27-29.

 

Ehrl, M. (2016, May). Immigration and Germany’s Rhetorical Identity. Paper presented at the Rhetorical Society of America Conference in Atlanta, GA, May 27-29.

 

Ehrl, M. (2015). Appraising Castells' Ideas about Public Diplomacy: The Role of the Public for German Diplomacy.
Paper presented at the Global Fusion Conference - Texas A&M  in College Station, TX, October 23-25.

 

Ehrl, M. (2014). Privacy or national security? How the U.S. and Germany are negotiating their rules for strategic maneuvering  in the light of the NSA spying scandal. Paper presented at the International Society for the Study of Argumentation (ISSA) conference in Amsterdam, Netherlands, July 1-4.

 

Publications & Manuscripts

Hinck, R., Ehrl, M., Stefanism, W., Kitsch, S., Cooley, A., & Cooley, S. (2020). Media Reporting on Egypt’s Economy and Bailout Narratives: The Role of Egyptian, Chinese, and Russian Media Narratives in Solving Egypt’s Economic Crisis. Prepared for the Pentagon’s Strategic Multilayer Assessment (SMA):            Strategic Implications of Population Dynamics in the Central Region.

Goidel, K., Gaddie, K., & Ehrl, M. (2017). Watching the News and Support for Democracy: Why Media Systems Matter. Social Science Quarterly, 98(3), 836-855.

Hinck, R., Cooley, S. & Ehrl, M. International Media Narratives and Afghanistan. [intended for Communication and the Public]

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