English Alum Dr. Martin Camper Wins American Forensic Association's 2020 Daniel Rohrer Memorial Outstanding Research Award
December 02, 2020 English
The award is given for achievements in argumentation & public advocacy.
English Alum Dr. Martin Camper won the American Forensic Association's 2020 Daniel Rohrer Memorial Outstanding Research Award for his essay, co-written with Zach Fechter, "Enthymematic free space: the efficacy of anti-stop-and-frisk arguments in the face of racial prejudice."
Among the most important activities of the American Forensic Association is recognizing achievement and quality in commitment to argumentation and public advocacy.
Daniel Morgan Rohrer was Director of Forensics at Boston College from 1970 to 1982. His work with Alan J. Lichtman shaped intercollegiate debate in important ways in the 1980s and 1990s. He died an untimely death in June 1982 at the age of 40.
Each year the American Forensic Association recognizes the outstanding monograph in the research concerns of the Association with the Dan Rohrer Memorial Award.