Diana Bartelli Carlin is professor emerita of communication and former associate provost for graduate and global education at Saint Louis University, St. Louis, Missouri. Prior to her tenure at Saint Louis, she was a professor of communication studies at the University of Kansas and served as dean of the graduate school and international programs for seven years. Carlin’s research is in political communication with an emphasis on presidential rhetoric, political campaigns and debates, and women in politics. Carlin’s research has appeared in the International Encyclopedia of Political Communication, Handbook of Political Communication Research, American Behavioral Scientist, Argumentation and Advocacy, Rhetoric & Public Affairs, Communication Studies, and Political Communication & Persuasion. She is a co-author of Gender and the American Presidency: Nine Presidential Women and the Barriers They Faced.  In March 2020 she served as a Distinguished Visiting Researcher at American University in Cairo. 

Writing in the Cairo Review