Dr. Clark Callahan

Department of Communications Studies

Brigham Young University, USA

Assistant Professor



2002 Ph.D., University of Oklahoma, Intercultural Communication

1995 M.A., West Texas A&M University, Communication

1995 B.A., Brigham Young University, Communications

Publications (selected)

  1. Kramer, E., Callahan, C., & Zuckerman, D. (2013). Intercultural communication and global integration. Dubuque, IA: Kendall Hunt.
  2. Callahan, C. (2012). Technoculture, perspectivity, and the integration of consciousness. In C. Callahan (Ed.), Comparative cultures and civilizations (vol. 3). Hampton Press.
  3. Callahan, C., & Hess, J. (2012). Experiences of deculturation among United States Peace Corps volunteers. Journal of International Communication, 18 (1), 49-62.
  4. Callahan, C. (2011). Negotiating Adaptation: Perceptions of Culture and Communication among Cultural Sojourners. Communication, Culture, and Critique, 4 (3), 314-332.
  5. Callahan, C. (2010). Going home: Deculturation experiences in cultural reentry. Intercultural Communication, 22,
  6. Callahan, C. (2008). History, science, and the lessons of cultural contact. Explorations in Media Ecology, vol. 7 (2), 111-126.
  7. Callahan, C. (2005). Cosmological worldview and theory-building: A rhetorical analysis of medieval astronomical narrative. Texas Speech Communication Journal, 29, 98-105.
  8. Callahan, C. (2003). Looking back for the future: History of science and communication technology. International Journal of Communication, 13, 101-112.

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