Political and Presidential Rhetoric, Media and Politics, American Indian Politics
Mary Stuckey is the author of nine books focusing on presidential communication and rhetoric, national identity, strategic failures, the pre-presidential and presidential rhetoric of Ronald Reagan, the Challenger address, and the theory and practice of political communication research. Among her recent books is Jimmy Carter, Human Rights, and the National Agenda (Texas A&M Press, 2008), which won the Marie Hochmuth Nichols Award, and Defining Americans: The Presidency and National Identity (Kansas 2004), which won the Gronbeck Prize for Scholarship in Political Communication. Her more than 50 articles and book chapters expand understanding of the presidency, the media and governmental rhetoric aimed at American Indians. Stuckey's latest book is The Good Neighbor: Franklin D. Roosevelt and the Rhetoric of American Power (Michigan State 2013).