Jen Schneider is Professor of Public Policy and Administration in the School of Public Service at Boise State University. She studies the communication of science and technological controversies, with a special focus on the rhetoric of energy transitions and climate change, and constructions of expertise. She also works as a public engagement specialist. Jen teaches courses in energy and environmental policy and cultures, qualitative methods, and public engagement. Her co-authored book “Under Pressure: Coal Industry Rhetoric and Neoliberalism” won a book of the year award from the Environmental Communication Division of the National Communication Association.
Jen Schneider & Jennifer Peeples. “Energy dominance.” In Routledge Handbook of Energy Democracy,
Jen Schneider & Jennifer Peeples. 2018. “The energy covenant: Dominance and the rhetoric of the aggrieved,”
Frontiers in Communication: Science and Environmental Communication (February 2018)
Jen Schneider, Pete Bsumek, Steve Schwarze, & Jennifer Peeples. 2016. “Under Pressure: Coal Industry Rhetoric and Neoliberalism,”
Palgrave Macmillan (December 2017).
Jennifer Peeples, Steve Schwarze, Peter K. Bsumek, & Jen Schneider. 2014. “Industrial Apocalyptic: Neoliberalism, Coal, and the Burlesque Frame,”
Rhetoric and Public Affairs, Volume 17, No. 2 (June 2014).
Peter K. Bsumek, Jen Schneider, Steve Schwarze, & Jennifer Peeples. 2014. “Corporate Ventriloquism: Corporate Advocacy, the Coal Industry, and the Appropriation of Voice,”
Voice and Environmental Communication, Palgrave Macmillan (January 2014).