Assistant Professor, Communications Studies

864.294.3058
Furman Hall 123
brandon.inabinet@furman.edu

  • Current disciplinary research interests

      I study extended controversies and public debates, especially in the early U.S. These include themes of banking and agriculture, civility and propriety, and virtue and wealth.

  • Interest in connecting sustainability to research

      My research speaks to sustainability in a broader sense, mostly, but also in a narrower sense. On a broad level, I research the discursive norms of debate that make continued argument and discussion sustainable in the public sphere. On a narrow level, I have also studied matters of risk communication, Greenwashing and advocacy, and the relationship of science and ethics in debate, mostly for use in the classroom.

  • Sustainability courses taught
      • Introduction to Rhetoric
      • Communication Ethics
      • Advocacy
      • Argumentation

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