Associate Professor
Communication & Theatre Arts

Fran Hassencahl

3008 Batten Arts & Letters
Norfolk, 23529

Ph.D. in Communication, Case Western Reserve University, (1970)

M.A. in Communication, Case Western Reserve University, (1966)

B.A. in History and Speech Communication (double major), Goshen College, (1964)

Contracts, Grants and Sponsored Research

Hassencahl, F. "National Endowment for the Humanities Summer Institute Grant" $2700. Federal. June 26, 2017 - July 14, 2017
Hassencahl, F. "Particpant in 2011 MESC/Niagara Foundation Strudy Tour to Turkey" $3000. March 18, 2011 - March 27, 2011
Hassencahl, F. "Biography of Charlotte P. Gilman " $12000.00. 1975 - 1976
Hassencahl, F. "Women in the American Labor Movement" $12000.00. 1975 - 1976
Hassencahl, F. "A Behavior Modification Program for Extinguishing Answer- Oriented Behavior in Adolescents" $30000.00. 1974 - 1975

Expertise

Communication
Public Speaking / Mothers and Daughters in Film / The Situation in the Middle East / Presidential Debates / Political Campaign Management / Putting Together an Advertising Campaign / Intercultural Communication/ Political Cartoons

Research Interests

The framing of messages through political cartoons, press stories , and debate. construction of identity in the novels of Orhan Pamuk.

Articles

Hassencahl, F. (2002). Individuation and Integration in Orhan Pamuk’s The White Castle. Abhath Al-Yarmouk 20 (2) , pp. 77-92.
Hassencahl, F. (1999). “The Model League of Arab States” . ALBOOM (Kuwait) (19).
Hassencahl, F. and Peter, S. (1999). “AMIDEAST” . ALBOOM (Kuwait) (13).
Hassencahl, F. (1993). The Status of Graduate Courses Designed for Directors of Forensics. The Forensic 79 (1) , pp. 1-5.
Hassencahl, F. (1990). The Status of Graduate/Undergraduate Courses Designed for Directors of Forensics Programs. ERIC.
Hassencahl, F. (1980). Persecutors, Victims and Rescuers in Harlequin Romances. Research in Education.
Hassencahl, F. (1979). Contract Grading in the Classroom. Improving College and University Teaching 27 (1) , pp. 30-33.
Hassencahl, F. (1979). Role Models for Working Women in Mademoiselle, 1956-76. Journal of the Communication Association of the Pacific 8 (1).
Hassencahl, F. (1977). Contracts Move from Commerce to the Classroom. Reseach Education.
Hassencahl, F. (1975). Mary Hayes and Deborah Sampson: The Rhetoric of Neglect, Praise and Expectation. Educational Resources Information Center Clearing House on Reading and Communication Module.
Hassencahl, F. (1974). "Problems of Part-time Faculty Women" . Research in Education.
Hassencahl, F. (1974). Part-time Faculty Women (and Men) Have Needs, Too. Research in Education.

Book Chapters

Hassencahl, F. Harry H. Laughlin, ‘Expert Eugenics Agent’ for Congress, 1924 New York City: Philosophical Library Publishers .
Hassencahl, F. (2016). "Miss Landmine": Exploiting or Empowering the Bodies of Landmine Survivors Neoliberal Discourse and Gender Equality Famagusta, North Cyprus: Eastern Mediterranean University Press.
Hassencahl, F. and Hart, W. B.. (2016). A Rhetorical Vision of Tolerance: Teaching Tolerance through Post-9/11 TV Dramas Friends, Lovers, Co-Workers and Community: Everything I Know about Relationships I Learned from Television Lexington Books.
Hassencahl, F. (2013). Speaking for the Subaltern: Three Films that Portray the Victims of Landmines (Re) Making and Undoing of Peace/Conflict Famagusta, North Cyprus: Eastern Mediterranean University Press.
Hassencahl, F. (2012). Experiencing Hüzün through the Loss of Life, Limb, and Love in Bahman Ghobadi’s Turtles Can Fly Never There: Lost and Othered Children in Contemporary Cinema Lexington Books.
Hassencahl, F. (2012). On the Road or between the Pages: Seeking Life’s Answers Global Perspectives on Orhan Pamuk: Existentialism and Politics Palgrave Macmillan.
Hassencahl, F. (2011). Framing Women’s Issues in The Fountain Magazine The Gulen Hizmet Movement and its Transnational Activities: Case Studies of Altruistic Activism in Contemporary Islam Brown Walker Press.
Hassencahl, F. (2010). President Bush’s Final Use of Apologia to Repair his Image Advances in Communication and Mass Media Research (pp. 203-212) Athens, Greece: ATINER.
Hassencahl, F. (2009). Al-Jazarī’s Compendium of Science and Useful Practices in the Making of Mechanical Devices Great Lives from History: Inventors and Inventions Pasadena, CA: Salem Press.
Hassencahl, F. (2009). Separation and individuation of mothers and Daughters in Hollywood film Gender at the Crossroads (pp. 181-188) Famagusta, Northern Cyprus: Eastern Mediterranean University Press.
Hassencahl, F. (2008). Conflicting Social Construction of Reality: Editorial Cartoonists Frame the Death of Yasser Arafat Communication in Peace/Conflict (pp. 95-101) Eastern Mediterranean University Press.
Hassencahl, F. (2008). Framing the Arguments for the Success/Failure of Radio Sawa as a Vehicle for Public Diplomacy Communication in the Millennium (pp. 75-88) Istanbul: Istanbul University, .
Hassencahl, F. (2007). Editorial Cartoonists Use Metaphor to portray President George W. Bush as a Cowboy 5th International Symposium, Communication in the Millennium (pp. 95-107) The Scientific and Technological Research Council of Turkey, 2007.
Edgerton, G. R., Hassencahl, F. and Hart, W. B.. (2007). Framing 9/11 and Its Aftermath: The Framing of George W. Bush’s Faith Based Politics of Good and Evil The Changing Face of Evil in Film and Television.
Hassencahl, F. (2005). Ride ‘Em Cowboy: European Political Cartoonists Lasso President Bush Mass Media: International Issues (pp. 185-202) Athens, Greece: ATINER.
Hassencahl, F. and Harrt, w. B.. (2005). Culture as Persuasion: Metaphor as Weapon Bring ‘Em On: Media and Politics in the Iraq War (pp. 85-100) Landham, MD: Rowman Littlefield.
Hassencahl, F. (2004). American and European Political Cartoonists Pen/Pin Saddam Hussein: An Analysis of U.S. - Iraq War Editorial Cartoons Mass Media in Transition: An International Compendium (pp. 337-351) Athens, Greece: ATINER.
Hassencahl, F. (2004). Suryavarman II, Builder of Angkor Wat Great Lives from History: The Middle Ages 477-1453 Pasadena, CA: Salem Press.
Hassencahl, F. and Hart, W. B.. (2002). Dehumanizing the Enemy in Editorial Cartoons Terrorism and Communication (pp. 137-151) Hampton Press.
Hassencahl, F. (2001). Hungarian-Turkish Wars Magill’s Guide to Military History (pp. 707-708) Pasadena, CA: Salem Press.
Hassencahl, F. (1999). Communications The Sixties in America (pp. 174-178) Pasadena, CA: Salem Press.
Hassencahl, F. (1999). Graffiti Magill’s Legal Guide (pp. 388-990) Pasadena, CA: Salem Press.
Hassencahl, F. (1999). Name Change Magill’s Legal Guide (pp. 619-620) Pasadena, CA: Salem Press.
Hassencahl, F. (1998). Kuwait The Encyclopedia of Propaganda (pp. 424-425) New York: Sharpe Reference.
Hassencahl, F. (1998). Propaganda Theorie The Encyclopedia of Propaganda (pp. 615-618) New York: Sharpe Reference.
Hassencahl, F. (1998). Saudi Arabia The Encyclopedia of Propaganda (pp. 697-698) New York: Sharpe Reference.
Hassencahl, F. (1997). Arabian Nights Censorship (pp. 30-31) Pasadena, CA: Salem Press.
Hassencahl, F. (1997). Mohammed, Messenger of God Censorship (pp. 505) Pasadena, CA: Salem Press.
Hassencahl, F. (1997). Radio Call-in Programs Censorship (pp. 112-113) Pasadena, CA: Salem Press.
Hassencahl, F. (1993). Jane Addams Women Public Speakers: 1830 -1925 (pp. 1-13) Westport, CT: Greenwood Press.
Hassencahl, F. (1989). Entry on Blanche Yurka Notable Women in the American Theatre (pp. 944-947) Westport, Connecticut: Greenwood Press.
Hassencahl, F. (1989). Entry on Hallie Flanagan Notable Women in the American Theatre (pp. 289-295) Westport, Connecticut: Greenwood Press.
Hassencahl, F. (1989). Entry on Mae West Notable Women in the American Theatre (pp. 913-918) Westport, Connecticut: Greenwood Press.
Hassencahl, F. (1989). Entry on Margaret Webster Notable Women in the American Theatre (pp. 908-913) Westport, Connecticut: Greenwood Press.
Rhodes, C. H.. and Hassencahl, F. (1982). New Women at Old Dominion Down from the Pedestal Modern Language Association.
Hassencahl, F. (1980). Warning: This Product May be Cariogenic Social Responsibility of Business: Humanistic and Business Perspectives (pp. 4-7) Virginia Foundation for the Humanities and Public Policy.
Hassencahl, F. (1979). Shirley Polykoff, 'Does She...Or Doesn't She?' And How She Did It First Person Female American (pp. 308-309) Troy, New York: Whitson Publishing Co.
Hassencahl, F. (1979). Susan Harris Stern, 'With the Weathermen: The Personal Journey of a Revolutionary Women First Person Female American (pp. 358-359) Troy, New York: Whitson Publishing Co.

Conference Proceeding

Hassencahl, F. and Hart, W. B.. (2011). The Rhetorical Vision of Tolerance of Muslims in Post-9/11 TV Dramas Proceedings of 9th International Symposium Communication in the Millennium.
Hassencahl, F. (2010). The Campaign to Reframe Swine Flu as Influenza H1N1 Eskisehir, Turkey: Proceedings of the 8th Conference on Communication in the Millennium.
Hassencahl, F. (2009). Framing Women's Issues in The Fountain Magazine (pp. 33-44) Los Angeles, CA: East West Encounters Conference.
Hassencahl, F. (2006). Framing the Death of Yasser Arafat: Conspiracy or Natural Causes? 4th International Symposium, Communication in the Millennium (pp. 87-94) The Scientific and Technological Research Council of Turkey.
Hassencahl, F. (1991). Paradigms for the Consideration of Ethical Standards : Commitment to Forensic Education-The Challenge to the Twenty-First Century.
Hassencahl, F. (1990). Issues in the Recruitment of Minority Students in Forensics" Dialogue in the Forensic Community: Proceedings of the Conference for Forensics Education National Federation Publications.

Presentations

Hassencahl, F. (March , 2018). Teaching Tolerance through Film: Brotherhood of Man Produced by the United Auto Workers Union in 1945 Popular/American Culture Conference Indianapolis, IN.
Hassencahl, F. (May 16, 2017). Using Cartoons in Popular Magazines to Teach Children Manners and Morals: Munro Leaf Warns, 'There is a Watchbird Watching You Paper 15th Symposium on Communication in the Millennium Irvine, CA.
Hassencahl, F. (November 3, 2016). Fears of Dissolution and Loss: Orhan Pamuk's Characters Reaffirm the Treaty of Sèvre Paper 3rd International Conference on Language, Literature and Translation Muscat, Oman.
Hassencahl, F. (October 14, 2016). Cup Final by Eran Riklis Paper Southeast Regional Middle East and Islamic Studies Seminar Valle Crucis, NC.
Hassencahl, F. (October 14, 2016). The Social Construction of Kurdishness in Turkish Media Paper Southeast Regional Middle East and Islamic Studies Seminar Valle Crucis, NC.
Hassencahl, F. (June 29, 2016). Miss Landmine: Beauty Contests for Landmine Survivors in Cambodia and Angola Paper Popular Culture Association of Australia and New Zealand Conference Sydney, Australia.
Hassencahl, F. (March 21, 2016). There's a Watchbird Watching You: Munro Leaf Publishes Children's Cartoons on Manners and Morals Paper Popular/American Culture Conference Seattle, WA.
Hassencahl, F. (October 9, 2015). Inch"Allah Dimanche by Yamina Benguigui Paper Southeast Regional Middle East and Islamic Studies Seminar Valle Crucis, NC.
Hassencahl, F. (July 22, 2015). 'We Are All Kaled Said': Using Social Media to Reframe Police Brutality During the Arab Spring Paper International Popular Culture Association Conference Reykjavik, Iceland.
Hassencahl, F. (March 25, 2015). Miss Landmine: Exploiting or Empowering the Bodies of Landmine Survivors Paper 5th International Conference on Gender Studies: Neoliberal Discourse and Gender Equity Famagusta, North Cyprus.
Hassencahl, F. (February 27, 2015). Radio SAWA: Changing the Arab World One Song at a Time Paper Conference on Public Diplomacy and International Development Los Angeles, CA.
Hassencahl, F. (November 14, 2014). New Media and the Arab Spring Keynote/Plenary Address Appalachian Regional Model Arab League Blacksburg, VA.
Hassencahl, F. (October 17, 2014). 'Turtles Can Fly' by Bagman Ghobadi Paper Southeast Regional Middle East and Islamic Studies Seminar Valle Crucis, NC.
Hart, W. B. and Hassencahl, F. (October 16, 2014). The UAW and the Brotherhood of Man Paper 36th Annual North American Labor History Conference Detroit, MI.
Hassencahl, F. (March 21, 2014). New Media and the Arab Spring Paper The Arab Spring and Its Aftermath Newport News, VA.
Hart, W. B. and Hassencahl, F. (November 14, 2013). Race Riots, A Labor Union, Ruth Benedict, Walt Disney, UPA, and the Hollywood Blacklist Paper Film and History Conference Madison, WI.
Hassencahl, F. (October 15, 2013). Images of Jews as Rats, Flies, and Purveyors of Greed and Deception in Der Ewige Jude (The Eternal Jew) Paper Eleventh International Conference on Holocaust Sudies Murfreesboro, TN.
Hassencahl, F. (October 11, 2013). Abouna (Our Father) by Mahamat-Saleh Haroun from Chad Paper Southeast Regional Middle East and Islamic Studies Seminar Valle Crucis.
Hassencahl, F. (July 22, 2013). Beauty Contests for Landmine Survivors: Twice a Victim? Paper Popular Culture Conference Warsaw, Poland.
Hassencahl, F. (July 10, 2013). Speaking for those Excluded from the Planetary Feast: Filmmakers Bahman Ghobadi and Mohsen Makhalbaf Addresss the Issue of Landmine Victims Paper Second International Conference on Children and War Salzburg, Austria.
Hart, W. B. and Hassencahl, F. (March 27, 2013). A Fantasy-theme Analysis of Der Ewige Jude (The Eternal Jew) Paper Popular Culture/American Culture Association Meeting Washington, D.C..
Hart, W. B. and Hassencahl, F. (November 14, 2012). "The Post 9/11 TV Images of Arab and Muslim Americans and the Anti-racist White Hero Paper National Communication Association Convention Orlando, FL.
Hassencahl, F. (October 12, 2012). Waiting for the Clouds: A Film by Turkish Female Director, Yesin Ustaoglu Paper Southeast Regional Middle East and Islamic Studies Seminar Valle Crucis, NC.
Hassencahl, F. (April , 2012). Speaking for the Subaltern: Three Films that Portray the Victims of Landmines 3rd International Conference on Communication and Media Studies Famagusta, Turkish North Cyprus .
Hassencahl, F. (October , 2011). Radio SAWA and the VOA- Arabic Service: Your Tax Dollars at Work Southeast Regional Middle East and Islamic Studies Seminar Valle Crucis, NC.
Hassencahl, F. (May , 2011). The Rhetorical Vision of Tolerance of Muslims in Post 9/11 TV Dramas 9th International Symposium for Communication in the Millennium San Diego, CA.
Hassencahl, F. and Hart, W. (April , 2011). Building the Fantasy: Television Drama and 9/11 Popular Culture/American Culture Association Meeting San Antonio, TX.
Hassencahl, F. (July , 2010). Radio Sawa: Public Diplomacy or Feeding the Fantasy of the Arab Street 3rd World Congress for Middle Eastern Studies Barcelona, Spain.
Hassencahl, F. (June , 2010). Looking beyond the Treaty of Serves:Pamuk's Reconciliation of the Bitter and the Sweet Literature and History Beersheba, Israel.
Hassencahl, F. (May , 2010). The Campaignto reframe swine flu as H1N1 Communication in the Millennium Eskisehir, Turkey.
Hassencahl, F. (March , 2010). Blamre it on the Pigs: Cartoon Coverage of H1N1 Popular/American Culture Assoc. St. Louis, MO.
Hassencahl, F. (November , 2009). Framing Women's Issues in The Fountain Magazine Eaast West Encounters Los Angeles, CA.
Hassencahl, F. (May , 2009). President Bush's Final Use of Apologia to Repair his Image 7th International Conference on Communication and Mass Media Athens, Greece.
Hassencahl, F. (April , 2009). Separation and Individuation of Mothers and Daughters in Hollywood Film 3rd International Conference on Women's Studies Famugusta, North Cyprus .
Hassencahl, F. (May , 2008). Framing the Arguments for the Success/Failure of Radio Sawa as a Vehicle of Public Diplomacy Paper 6th International Symposium on Communication in the Millennium Istanbul, Turkey.
Hassencahl, F. (March , 2008). Radio Sawa: Promoting Democracy or Britney Spears and Erroneous Arabic 38th Annual Meeting of the Popular Culture/American Culture Association San Francisco, CA.
Hassencahl, F. (May , 2007). Editorial cartoonists Portray George W. Bush as an American Cowboy Fifth Fourth International Symposium on Communication in the Millennium Indiana University in Bloomington .
Hassencahl, F. (May 6, 2007). Conflicting Social Construction of Reality: Editorial Cartoonists Frame the Death of Yasser Arafat Second International Conference in Communication and Media Studies Famagusta, North Cyprus .
Hassencahl, F. (April , 2007). ‘I Can Hang on’: Cartoonists Depict President Bush in the Iraqi Rodeo American/Popular Culture Association Meeting Boston, MA.
Hassencahl, F. (June , 2006). Framing the Death of Yasser Arafat: Conspiracy or Natural Causes Fourth International Symposium on Communication in the Millennium Anadolu University in Eskhisir, Turkey.
Hassencahl, F. (April , 2006). Who Dun It?: The Myth/Mystery of Arafat’s Death The American/Popular Culture Association Meeting Atlanta, GA.
Hassencahl, F. (May , 2005). Ride ‘Em Cowboy/ European Cartoonists Lasso President Bush Third International Conference on Mass Media Athens, Greece .
Hassencahl, F. (March , 2005). Framing Social Security in Editorial Cartoons American /Popular Culture Association Meeting San Diego, CA.
Hassencahl, F. (November , 2004). Framing the State of the Union: Editorial Cartoons and George W. Bush National Communication Association Meeting Chicago, IL.
Hassencahl, F. (May , 2004). American and European cartoonists Pen/Pin Saddam Hussein: An Analysis of U.S.-Iraq War Editorial Cartoons Oral Presentation Second International Conference on Mass Media Athens, Greece .
Hassencahl, F. (April , 2004). Kerouac and Pamuk: in Search of Breasts, Bliss and the Beatific Vision in Turkey and America American/Popular Culture Association Meeting San Antonio, TX.
Hassencahl, F. and Hart, W. (April , 2003). Move Over Hitler: Saddam and bin Laden Are our New Cartoon Villains American Culture/ Popular Culture Association Meeting New Orleans, LA.
Hassencahl, F. (September 13, 2002). Reading the Text: Architectural Restoration in Yemen Paper First World Congress on the Middle East Mainz, Germany.
Hassencahl, F. (April 30, 2002). The Sevres Syndrome in Orhan Pamuk’s My Name is Red and The New Life Paper Sixteenth International Conference on Language and Linguistics, Literature and Translation Yarmouk University in Irbid, Jordan.
Hassencahl, F. (April 12, 2002). Portraying Osama bin Laden: Myth Making and Cartoons Paper United Colors of Freedom - Vital Interests, Common Challenges and New Objectives in the Trans-Atlantic Partnership Conference Norfolk, VA.
Hassencahl, F. (April 6, 2002). Accommodation of the Other: Arab and Jew in Cup Final Paper Fifth International Symposium on Jewish Culture and Western Civilization and Beyond Norfolk, VA.
Hassencahl, F. and Hart, W. (November , 2001). Dehumanizing the Enemy in Media National Communication Assoc. Meeting Atlanta, GA.
Hassencahl, F. (October 14, 2001). You Don’t Know What You’ve Got until It’s Gone: Preserving Yemen’s Architectural Treasures Southeast Regional Middle East and Islamic Studies Seminar Valle Crusis, NC.
Hassencahl, F. (April , 2001). Architectural Preservation in Yemen American/ Popular Culture Assoc. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
Hassencahl, F. (November , 2000). The War Room: Inside the Clinton Presidential Campaign of 1992 Conference on the Images of American Presidents in Film and Television West Lake, CA.
Hassencahl, F. (May 8, 2000). Individuation and Boundaries in Orhan Pamuk’s The White Castle and in Selected Poems by Anne Sexton Oral Presentation Fifteenth International Conference on Literature, Linguistics and Translation Irbid, Jordan.
Hassencahl, F. (April 24, 1999). Cartoonists Pin/Pen President Clinton Popular/American Culture Association Meeting San Diego, CA.
Hassencahl, F. (October 19, 1998). Differences in Learning Styles as a Reflection of Diversity Virginia Assoc. of Communication Arts and Sciences Richmond, VA.
Hassencahl, F. (April 22, 1998). Dealing with Issues of Diversity in the Basic Course Eastern Communication Assoc. Meeting Saratoga Springs, New York.
Hassencahl, F. (April 17, 1998). The Amish as a High Context Culture Pacific Sociological Association San Francisco, CA.
Hassencahl, F. (April 11, 1998). New Wine in Old Bottles: TV Educational Programming for Children Popular/American Culture Association Orlando, Florida.
Hassencahl, F. (September 20, 1997). Pedagogy Virginia Assoc. Of Communication Arts and Sciences Richmond, VA.
Hassencahl, F. (April 13, 1997). Interfacing With the Ba’ath Party: Doing Survey Research in Syria Eastern Communication Assoc. Meeting Baltimore, MD.
Hassencahl, F. (March 27, 1997). Surfing the Web: Candidates’ Use of Technology in the 1996 Elections Popular Culture Assoc. and American Culture Assoc. Meeting San Antonio, TX.
Hassencahl, F. (September , 1996). Around the World on TV: Teaching Intercultural Communication on Teletechnet Virginia Association of Communication Arts and Sciences Williamsburg, VA.
Hassencahl, F. (April 27, 1996). What Syrian Women at the University of Aleppo are Watching on TV and Why? Eastern Communication Association Meeting New York City.
Hassencahl, F. (April 2, 1996). A Post-modern Analysis of the Discourse Regarding the Film: 'Aladdin' Thirteenth International Conference on Language, Linguistics, and Literature Irbid,Jordan.
Hassencahl, F. (October 7, 1995). Aladdin and the Return of Orientalism Popular Culture Association of the South Richmond, VA.
Hassencahl, F. (April 14, 1995). The Editorial Cartoons of Chip Beck and Lambert Der Popular/American Culture meeting Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
Hassencahl, F. (September , 1994). Issues in Conducting Communications Research in Another Culture, Syria Virginia State Communication Association Richmond, VA.
Hassencahl, F. (April 29, 1994). What Counts? The Perils and Prowess of Publishing State Journals Eastern Communication Association Pittsburgh.
Hassencahl, F. (April , 1993). The Qadisyya Metaphor in Iraqi War Memorials Popular/American Culture Association Meeting New Orleans, LA.
Hassencahl, F. (November , 1992). Mother-Daughter Relationships as Portrayed in Contemporary Film Speech Communication Association Meeting Chicago, IL.
Hassencahl, F. and Kurisky, B. (September , 1992). Model Arab League - New Ideas for College and High School Speech Virginia State Communication Association Richmond, VA.
Hassencahl, F. (March , 1992). Will Islamic Fundamentalism Gain Influence in the Central Asian Republics of the Late USSR? Southwestern Social Science Association Austin, TX.
Hassencahl, F. (May , 1991). Mothers and Daughters in Film Feminist Scholarship in Hampton Roads Conference Virginia.
Hassencahl, F. (March , 1991). Paradigms for the Consideration of Ethical Standards Pi Kappa Delta Professional Development Conference Monmouth College, NJ.
Hassencahl, F. (March , 1991). The Separate Worlds of Men and Women in Iraq Southwestern Social Science Association San Antonio, TX.
Hassencahl, F. (May , 1990). Jane Addams' Use of the Corn Mother Metaphor to Argue for Peace Feminist Scholarship in Hampton Roads Conference Virginia.
Hassencahl, F. (April , 1990). The Status of Graduate/Undergraduate Courses Designed for Directors of Forensics Programs Eastern Communication Association .
Hassencahl, F. (March , 1990). Jane Addams and The Food for Peace Movement Canadian Culture /Popular Culture/American Culture Conference Toronto, Canada.
Hassencahl, F. (December , 1989). Issues in the Recruitment of Minority Students in Forensics Conference on Forensic Education Chicago, IL.
Hassencahl, F. (May , 1989). Reconstructing the Women of the American Revolution Eastern Communication Association Ocean City, MD.
Hassencahl, F. (October 8, 1988). Media Coverage of Candidates in the 1988 Presidential Primaries Virginia State Speech Communication Association Virginia Beach, VA.
Hassencahl, F. (May 27, 1988). Sterilization: The Ten Percent Solution Rhetoric Society of America Arlington, TX.
Hassencahl, F. (April , 1988). Symbolic Actions for Peace: By Boat, Stage and Rail Eastern Communication Association .
Hassencahl, F. (November , 1987). Jane Addams: Pioneer for International Peace Speech Communication Association Boston, MA.
Hassencahl, F. (May , 1987). Minority Students in Individual Events: Involvement, Success, and Barriers Eastern Communication Association Meeting Syracuse, NY.
Hassencahl, F. (April , 1987). The Portrayal of Naturalization in American Film Virginia Humanities Conference Ashland, VA.
Hassencahl, F. (April , 1987). The Portrayal of Naturalization in Film Virginia Humanities Conference .
Hassencahl, F. (May , 1986). Fantasy Themes in the Rhetoric of the Red Stockings Rhetoric Society of America Arlington, TX.
Hassencahl, F. (May , 1985). Tapping into the Affective Domain: Role-plays in a Male-Female Communication Course Eastern Communication Association Meeting Providence, RI.
Hassencahl, F. (May , 1984). Intercultural Variables in Conflict International Society for Intercultural Training & Research Philadelphia, PA.
Hassencahl, F. (April , 1982). The Consultant as Trainer Communication Association Meeting Hartford, CT.
Hassencahl, F. (April , 1982). The Gentlemen from Virginia: Analysis of 1982 U.S. Senatorial Race Eastern Communication Association Meeting Hardford, CT.
Hassencahl, F. (April , 1982). Back to Tradition: Media Models for Working Women Southern Sociological Meeting Memphis.
Hassencahl, F. (April , 1980). Corporate Language: A Matter of Audience Analysis Eastern Communication Association Meeting Ocean City, MD.
Hassencahl, F. (April , 1980). Persecutors, Victims and Rescuers in Harlequin Romances Eastern Communication Association Meeting Hartford, CT.
Hassencahl, F. (April , 1980). Career Models for Women in Mademoiselle, 1956-78 Popular Culture Association Meeting .
Hassencahl, F. (October , 1979). Career Models for Women in Glamour and Mademoiselle Southern Popular Culture Conference Louisville.
Hassencahl, F. (May , 1979). Contract Grading in the Classroom American Educational Research Association Meeting Hampton, VA.
Hassencahl, F. (October , 1978). Rhetoric, Mine, Thine, Ours? Eastern Communication Association Basic Course Conference .
Hassencahl, F. (March , 1978). Role Models for Working Women in Mademoiselle, 1975-76 Eastern Communication Association Meeting .
Hassencahl, F. (December , 1977). From J.A.P. to Weatherperson: Susan Stern's Search for Identity Speech Communication Association Meeting .
Hassencahl, F. (December , 1977). The Rhetoric of Lisal Mueller Speech Communication Association Meeting Washington, D.C..
Hassencahl, F. (November , 1977). Identifying Non-Academic Positions Speech Communication Association Meeting Washington, D.C..
Hassencahl, F. (October , 1977). Competency Based Instruction Virginia State Speech Association Lynchburg, VA.
(March , 1977). Contract Grading for the Course in Interpersonal Communication Eastern Communication Association Meeting .
Hassencahl, F. (March , 1977). The Rhetorical Campaign for the Passage of ERA in New York and New Jersey Eastern Communication Association Meeting .
Hassencahl, F. (March , 1977). Women's Studies: Working within the Existing Curriculum Eastern Communication Association Meeting .
Hassencahl, F. (October , 1976). The Rhetorical Campaign for the Passage of ERA in New York and New Jersey Eastern Communication Association Meeting New York City.
Hassencahl, F. (October , 1975). The Use of Video-tape in the Training of Instructors for the Basic Course Second Basic Course Conference Morgantown, West Virginia.
Hassencahl, F. (April 21, 1975). Affirmative Action Programs: An Evaluation and Suggestions as to How to Make Them Work for You New York State Speech Association Meeting .
Hassencahl, F. (April 21, 1975). The Use of Simulations in the Classroom New York State Speech Association Meeting .
Hassencahl, F. (March , 1975). The Use of a Teaching Lab for Instructors of the Basic Course Eastern Communication Association Meeting .
Hassencahl, F. (December , 1974). Mary Hayes and Deborah Sampson: The Rhetoric of Praise, Neglect and Expectation Speech Communication Association Meeting San Francisco, CA.
Hassencahl, F. (March , 1974). Problems of Part-time Faculty Women Eastern Communication Association Meeting .
  • Kornhaus Scholar in Speech and recipient of Presidential Scholars Grant , Goshen College
  • Pi Alpha Theta Honor Society,
  • World's Who's Whom of Women, Vol. 5,
  • 2008: International Who's Who of Business & Professional Women,
  • 2006: Malone Scholar in Saudi Arabia, Malone Family Foundation
  • 2005: Who’s Who Among America’s Teachers,
  • 2004: Who’s Who Among America’s Teachers,
  • 2002: International Who's Who of Business & Professional Women,
  • 2002: Most Inspiring Faculty Award, Old Dominion University
  • 2001: Selected for inclusion in the Tenth Edition of the Directory of American Scholars,
  • 2000: International Who's Who of Business & Professional Women,
  • 2000: Malone Scholar in Yemen and Syria, Malone Family Foundation
  • 1999: Invited to join the Hannibal Club-US by Tunisia,
  • 1998: International Who's Who of Business & Professional Women,
  • 1997: Who’s Who in Media and Communication, Vol. I,
  • 1997: Leadership Award , Sixth Annual Policy Makers Conference
  • 1995: Fifteen-year service award , Pi Kappa Delta
  • 1993: Governor's Ring, Pi Kappa Delta
  • 1993: Malone Scholar in Saudi Arabia and Qatar, Malone Family Foundation
  • 1991: International Who's Who of Business & Professional Women,
  • 1990: Award as critic-judge, Pi Kappa Delta
  • 1990: Malone Scholar, National Council on U.S. - Arab Relations
  • 1990: Malone Scholar in Egypt and Iraq, Malone Family Foundation
  • 1989: Fulbright Scholar to Morocco ,
  • 1989: International Who's Who of Business & Professional Women,
  • 1985: Outstanding Service Award, Pi Kappa Delta
  • 1984: All Cities Chapter "Business Women of the Year," , American Business Women's Association
  • 1984: Most Inspiring Faculty Award, Old Dominion University
  • 1974: Selected for inclusion in 1974 Edition of Outstanding Young Women in America,
  • 1974: Selected for inclusion in the Sixth Edition of the Directory of American Scholars,