Graduate Teaching Assistant, Ph.D. Student
- Graduate Teaching Assistant, Ph.D. Student
- Communication Studies
- M.A., Communication Studies, Colorado State University
- B.A. Communication Studies, Kent State University
Kristina M. Lee is a Ph.D. candidate at Colorado State University. Kristina studies the intersection of religious and political rhetoric, with a particular interest in issues relating to Christian nationalism, atheism, theistnormativity, and religious marginalization. Kristina has taught a variety of classes at CSU including public speaking, popular culture, political communication, and evaluating contemporary rhetoric.
Kristina M. Lee, “Theistnormativity and the Negation of American Atheists in Presidential Inaugural Addresses” Rhetoric & Public Affairs 23, no. 2 (2020)