Glen Stamp

Glen Stamp

Chairperson of the Department of Communication Studies

Curriculum Vitae

Phone:765-285-3366

Room:LB 351


About Glen Stamp

Glen Stamp has taught at Ball State University since 1991, the same year he received his doctorate from the University of Texas, and has served as the Chair of the Department of Communication Studies since 2003. His teaching and research interests are interpersonal communication, family communication, and qualitative methodologies. His research on topics such as the transition to parenthood, defensive communication, and communication in abusive relationships has appeared in a number of journals, including Communication Monographs, Human Communication Research, Journal of Applied Communication Research, and Communication Quarterly. His most recent research interests include topics such as mansplaining, sexting, and family cosplay at ComicCon. In his spare time, he takes care of his dogs (Louie and Ali), his turtles (Samantha and Sabrina), and his axolotls (Dexter and Deb). He also enjoys situation comedies, reading mysteries, and rooting unfailingly (and typically unsuccessfully) for all Cleveland sports teams.

Education

Ph.D., The University of Texas at Austin
M.A., The University of South Florida
B.A., Cleveland State University

Research Interests

  • Interpersonal Communication
  • Family Communication
  • Qualitative Methodologies

Teaching

COMM 601 Introduction to Communication Studies
COMM 605 Qualitative Methods
COMM 635 Interpersonal Communication
COMM 640 Interpersonal Communication in Contexts
COMM 660 Communication Theory

Service

  • Chair, Department of Communication Studies, 2003-present
  • Director of Graduate Studies, Department of Communication Studies, 1995-2017

Selected Publications

  • Conner, B., Shue, C., McCauliff, K., & Stamp, G. (in press). Explaining mansplaining. Women & Language.
  • Jenkins, E. & Stamp, G. (in press). Sexting in the public domain: Competing discourses in online news article comments involving teenage sexting. Journal of Children and Media.
  • O’Hara, L., & Stamp, G. H. (in process). Dialectical tensions. In J. Ponzetti (Ed.), Macmillan encyclopedia of families, marriages, and intimate relationships. Farmington Hills, MI: Macmillan. 
  • Shue, C. K. & Stamp, G. H. (in process). Measurement in interpersonal communication. In E. E. Graham & J. P. Mazer (Eds.), Communication research methods III: A Sourcebook. New York, NY: Routledge.
  • Stamp, G. H., & Shue, C. K. (2017). Interpersonal communication research. In M. Allen (Ed.), The Sage Encyclopedia of Communication Research Methods. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.

Course Schedule
Course No. Section Times Days Location
Intro to Comm Studie 601 1 1830 - 2110 M LB, room 127