David Frank

University of Oregon; Global Ethics Fellow Alumnus

David Frank is professor of rhetoric at Robert D. Clark Honors College, University of Oregon, Eugene.

He is author of six books and 23 articles in the leading journals in his field, including Shared Land/Conflicting Identity: Trajectories of Israeli and Palestinian Symbol Use (with Robert C. Rowland, 2002) and Non-Policy Debate (with Michael D. Bartanen, 1994).

In February 2008, during the height of the Democratic election primaries, Frank, who is also the director of the UO forensics program, was interviewed on National Public Radio about Barack Obama's rhetoric of consilience.

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JAN 22, 2016 Article

The Reduction of Mass Atrocity Crimes in Southeast Asia, the Responsibility to Protect (R2P), and the Individual Responsibility to Protect (IR2P)

For a variety of reasons, Southeast Asia has experienced a significant reduction in mass atrocity crimes in the last 30 years. Frank suggests that R2P ...