Associate Professor, Director of Graduate Studies
Office: 114 Ferguson Building
- Ph.D., University of Colorado at Boulder
- M.A., The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
- B.A., North Carolina State University
Organizational studies, management discourse, identity and subjectivity, communication theory, social and cultural theory
- CST 200 Communication and Society
- CST 300 Communication Theory
- CST 308 Strategies in Organizational Communication
- CST 460 Organization, Culture & the New Economy
- CST 589 Readings in Organizational Communication
- CST 602 Engaging Communication Research Methodology
- CST 630 Organization, Democracy, and Community
Schwartzman, R. & Carlone, D. (2010). Online teaching as virtual work in the new (political) economy. In S. Long (Ed.), Communication, relationships and practices in virtual work (pp. 46-67). Hershey, PA: IGI Global.
Schwartzman, R. & Carlone, D. (2008). A rhetorical reconsideration of knowledge management: Discursive dynamics of nanotechnology risks. In A. Koohang, K. Harman, & J. Britz (Eds.), Knowledge management: Theoretical Foundations (pp. 1-39). Santa Rosa, CA: Informing Science Press.
Broadfoot, K.J., Carlone, D., Medved, C.E., Aakhus, M., Gabor, E., & Taylor, K. (2008). Meaningful work and organizational communication: Questioning boundaries, positionalities and engagements. Management Communication Quarterly, 22, 152-161.
Carlone, D. (2008). The contradictions of communicative labor in service work. Communication and Critical/Cultural Studies, 5, 158-179.
Carlone, D. (2008, April). Ethics of customer service work. Communication Currents, 3(2). Available at: http://www.communicationcurrents.com/
- Harriet Elliott Lecture Series Steering Committee
- Faculty Mentoring Program, Mentor
- National Communication Association member
- International Communication Association member
- Western States Communication Association member