Publications 

Books

3. Michael Middleton, Aaron Hess, Danielle Endres, & Samantha Senda-Cook [equal authorship], Participatory Critical Rhetoric: Theoretical and Methodological Foundations of Studying Rhetoric In Situ. Lanham, MD: Lexington Press, 2015. 

        Introduction


2. Danielle Endres, Leah Sprain, and Tarla Rai Peterson, eds., Social Movement for Climate Change: Local Action for Global Change. Amherst, NY: Cambria Press, 2009.

         Introduction

1. Edward S. Inch, Barbara Warnick, & Danielle Endres, Critical Thinking and Communication: The Use of Reason in Argument, 5th edition. Boston, MA: Allyn and Bacon, 2005.

Special Issue Editor

Danielle Endres, Aaron Hess, Samantha Senda-Cook, & Michael Middleton, “In Situ Rhetoric: Intersections between Qualitative Inquiry, Fieldwork, and Rhetoric,” Cultural Studies ó Critical Methodologies, 16, no. 6 (2016): 511-524. 

Journal Articles
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22. Brian Cozen, Danielle Endres, Tarla Rai Peterson, & Cristi Horton, "Energy Communication: Theory and Praxis Toward a Sustainable Energy Future," Environmental Communication, in press.

 

21. Danielle Endres, Aaron Hess, Samantha Senda-Cook, & Michael Middleton, “In Situ Rhetoric: Intersections between Qualitative Inquiry, Fieldwork, and Rhetoric,Cultural Studies ó Critical Methodologies, 16, no. 6 (2016): 511-524.  
 

20. Michael Middleton, Samantha Senda-Cook, Aaron Hess, & Danielle Endres, “Contemplating the Participatory Turn in Rhetorical Criticism,” Cultural Studies ó Critical Methodologies, 16, no. 6 (2016): 571-580. 


19. Danielle Endres, Brian Cozen*, Megan O’Byrne*, Andrea Feldpausch-Parker & Tarla Rai Peterson, “Putting the U in Carbon Capture and Storage: Rhetorical Boundary Negotiation within the CCS/CCUS Scientific Community,” Journal of Applied Communication Research, 44, no. 4 (2016): 362-380. 


18. Danielle Endres, “American Indian Permission for Mascots: Resistance or Complicity within Rhetorical Colonialism,” Rhetoric & Public Affairs 18, no. 4 (2015): 649-689.


17. Danielle Endres, Samantha Senda-Cook, & Brian Cozen*, “Not Just a Place to Park Your Car: PARK(ing) as Spatial Argument," Argumentation & Advocacy 50, no. 3 (2014): 121-140. ***LEAD ARTICLE


16. George F. McHendry, Jr., Michael K. Middleton, Danielle Endres, Samantha Senda-Cook, & Megan O’Byrne,“Rhetorical Critic(ism)’s Body: Affect & Fieldwork on a Plane of Immanence,” Southern Communication Journal 79, no. 4 (2014): 293-310.


15. Danielle Endres, “Animist Intersubjectivity as Argumentation: Western Shoshone and Southern Paiute Arguments Against a Nuclear Waste Site at Yucca Mountain,” Argumentation 27, no. 2 (2013): 183-200.


14. Andrea M. Feldpausch-Parker, Megan O’Byrne*, Danielle Endres, & Tarla Rai Peterson,“The Adventures of Carbon Bond: Using a Melodramatic Game to Explain CCS as a Mitigation Strategy for Climate Change,” Greenhouse Gases: Science and Technology 3,no. 1 (2013): 21-29.

13. Danielle Endres, “Sacred Land or National Sacrifice Zone: Competing Values in the Yucca Mountain Controversy,” Environmental Communication: A Journal of Nature and Culture 6, no. 3 (2012): 328-345.


12. Danielle Endres & Samantha Senda-Cook*, “Location Matters: The Rhetoric of Place in Protest,” Quarterly Journal of Speech 97, no. 3 (2011): 257-282. ***LEAD ARTICLE


11. Michael K. Middleton*, Samantha Senda-Cook*, & Danielle Endres, “Articulating Rhetorical Field Methods,” Western Journal of Communication 75, no. 4 (2011): 386-406. ***2012 B. AUBRY FISHER AWARD


10. Danielle Endres, “Environmental Oral History” [praxis article] Environmental Communication: A Journal of Nature and Culture 5, no. 4 (2011): 485-498.


9. Danielle Endres, “American Indian Activism and Audience: Rhetorical Analysis of Leonard Peltier’s Response to Denial of Clemency,” Communication Reports 24, no. 1 (2011): 1-11. ***LEAD ARTICLE
 

8. Leah Sprain, Danielle Endres & Tarla Rai Peterson, “Research as a transdisciplinary networked process: A metaphor for difference-making research,” [special forum] Communication Monographs 77, no. 4 (2010), 441-444.
 

7. Danielle Endres & Mary Gould*, “I am also in the position to use my whiteness to help them out’: The Communication of Whiteness in Service Learning,” Western Journal of Communication, 73, no. 4 (2009), 418-436.
 

6. Danielle Endres, “From Wasteland to Waste Site: The Role of Discourse in Nuclear Power’s Environmental Injustices,” Local Environment 14, no. 10 (2009), 917-937.
 

5. Danielle Endres, “Science and Public Participation: An Analysis of Public Scientific Argument in the Yucca Mountain Controversy,” Environmental Communication: A Journal of Nature and Culture 3, no. 1 (2009), 49-75.
 

4. Danielle Endres, “The Rhetoric of Nuclear Colonialism: Rhetorical Exclusion of American Indian Arguments in the Yucca Mountain Nuclear Waste Siting Decision,” Communication and Critical/Cultural Studies 6, no. 1 (2009), 39-60.
 

3. Danielle Endres, Leah Sprain, & Tarla Rai Peterson, “The Imperative of Praxis-based Environmental Communication Research: Suggestions from the Step It Up 2007 National Research Project,” [praxis article] Environmental Communication: Journal of Nature and Culture 2, no. 2 (2008), 237-245.
 

2. Barbara Warnick, Mike Xenos, Danielle Endres & John Gastil, “Effects of Campaign-to-User and Text-Based Interactivity in Political Candidate Campaign Web Sites,” Journal of Computer Mediated Communication 10, no. 3 (2005), http://jcmc.indiana.edu/.
 

1. Danielle Endres & Barbara Warnick, “Text-based Interactivity in Candidate Campaign Web Sites: A Case Study from the 2002 Elections,” Western Journal of Communication 68, no. 3 (2004), 322-342.

Book Chapters
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15. Danielle Endres, "The Most Nuclear Bombed Place: Ecological Implications of the U.S. Nuclear Testing Program," in Tracing Rhetoric and Material Life: Ecological Approaches, eds., Bridie McGreavy, Justine Wells, George F. McHendry, Jr., & Samantha Senda-Cook, Basingstoke, U.K.: Palgrave Macmillan, forthcoming.

14. Samantha Senda-Cook, Michael Middleton, & Danielle Endres, "Rhetorical Cartographies: (Counter) Mapping Urban Spaces," in The Places of Persuasion; Studying Rhetoric in the Field, eds., Candace Rai & Caroline Gottschalk Druschke, Tuscaloosa, AL: University of Alabama Press, forthcoming.

13. Danielle Endres, Brian Cozen*, Joshua Trey Barnett*, Megan O’Byrne*, & Tarla Rai Peterson, “Communicating Energy in a Climate (of) Crisis,” in Communication Yearbook 40, ed. Elisa Cohen, New York, NY: Routledge, 2016,   419-447.


12. Samantha Senda-Cook, Michael K. Middleton, & Danielle Endres, “Interrogating the Field,” in Text + Field: Innovations in Rhetorical Method, eds., Sara L. McKinnon, Robert Asen, Karma R. Chavez, &, Robert Glenn Howard, University Park, PA: Penn State University Press, 2016, 22-39.

11. Danielle Endres, Brian Cozen*, Megan O’Byrne*, & Andrea Feldpausch-Parker, “Performances of an International Professional Community: CCS/CCUS and its National Contexts,” in Environmental Communication and Community: Constructive and Destructive Dynamics of Social Transformation, eds., Tarla Rai Peterson, Hanna Ljunggren Bergea, Andrea M. Feldpausch-Parker, & Kaisa Raitio, New York, NY:Routledge, 2016, 55-74.


10. William J. Kinsella, Dorothy Andreas, & Danielle Endres, “Communicating Nuclear Power: A Programmatic Review,” in Communication Yearbook 39, ed. Elisa Cohen, New York, NY: Routledge, 2015, 277-310

*** 2015 CHRISTINE L. ORAVEC BOOK CHAPTER AWARD
 

9. Danielle Endres, “The (Im)possibility of Voice in Environmental Advocacy,” [response essay] in Voice and Environmental Communication, eds. Jennifer Peeples & Stephen Depoe, Basingstoke, U.K.: Palgrave Macmillan, 2014, 110-124.


8. Samantha Senda-Cook & Danielle Endres, “A Place of One’s Own,” in Environmental Rhetoric: Ecologies of Place, ed. Peter N. Goggin, New York, NY: Routledge, 2013, 143-154.


7. Danielle Endres & Megan O'Byrne*, “Music as Argument: Is Singing an (Un)Reasonable Response to Global Climate Change?,” in Reasoned Argument and Social Change, ed. Robert Rowland, Washington D.C., National Communication Association, 2011, 521-528.


6. Danielle Endres & Samantha Senda-Cook*, “Place-based Argument, Public Protest, and Climate Change: An Analysis of the 2007 Step It Up Rally in Salt Lake City,” Concerning Argument, ed., Scott Jacobs, Washington D.C., National Communication Association, 2009, 222-232.


5. Danielle Endres, Samantha Senda-Cook*, Deborah Callister*, Autumn Garrison*, & Julie Schutten*, “Step What Up?: The Rhetorical Framing of Salt Lake City’s Step It Up Events,” in Social Movement for Climate Change: Local Action for Global Change, eds. Danielle Endres, Leah Sprain & Tarla Rai Peterson, Amherst, NY: Cambria Press, 2009, 117-146.


4. Danielle Endres, Tracylee Clarke, Autumn Garrison*, & Tarla Rai Peterson, “Toward Just Climate Change Coalitions: Challenges and Possibilities in the Step It Up 2007 Campaign,” in Social Movement for Climate Change: Local Action for Global Change, eds. Danielle Endres, Leah Sprain & Tarla Rai Peterson Amherst, NY: Cambria 

Press, 2009, 179-210.


3. Leah Sprain, Danielle Endres, &Tarla Rai Peterson, “Introduction,” in Social Movement for Climate Change: Local Action for Global Change, eds. Danielle Endres, Leah Sprain & Tarla Rai Peterson, Amherst, NY: Cambria Press, 2009, 1-14.


2. Danielle Endres, “Expanding Our Notions of Scientific Argument: A Case Study in the Use of Scientific Argument by Native Americans in Public Hearings,” in Communicating Science: New Agendas in Communication, eds. LeeAnn Kahlor & Patricia Stout, New York, NY: Routledge, 2009), 187-208.


1. Danielle Endres & Theodore Prosise, “Negotiating Symbolic Capital in Argument Fields: An Empirical Study of Discursive Struggle,” in Critical Problems in Argumentation, ed., Charles Aurthur Willard, Washington, D.C.: National Communication Association, 2005, 684-661.

Book Reviews
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Interviews
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Endres, Danielle and DuPont, Michael D. (2016) "Rhetoric, Climate Change, and Social Justice: An Interview with Dr. Danielle Endres," Journal of Critical Thought and Praxis: Vol. 5: Iss. 2, Article 4. 

Encyclopedia Entries
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Danielle Endres, “Burning Man,” in Encyclopedia of Community, eds., R. Jarrett, D. Judd, W. Metcalf, R. Moudry, S. Salamon, T. Sander, M. Shuman, B. Wellman & M. Zuckerman, Great Barrington, MA: Berkshire Publishing, 2003, 110-111.

Popular Writing

3. Danielle Endres, “Theory: Decolonization,” Beautiful Rising, https://beautifulrising.org/module/decolonization (August 2016)
 

2.Danielle Endres, “Theory: Decolonization” Beautiful Solutions,
https://solutions.thischangeseverything.org/#module/decolonization (October 2014).


1. Danielle Endres, “Case Study: Park(ing) Day” Beautiful Trouble,
http://beautifultrouble.org/case/parking-day/ (September 2015)

Other

2. Project Director, The Utes Nickname Archive Project, in collaboration with University of Utah Office of Undergraduate Studies and The Communication Institute, webpage: https://institute.communication.utah.edu/yearly_themes/utesnicknameproject.php


1. Project Director, Nuclear Technology in the American West Oral History Project, in collaboration with the University of Utah American West Center and the J. Willard Marriott Library, webpage: http://awc.utah.edu/oral-histories/nuclear-technology.php