Faculty Scholarship/Artisitic Work

The Department of Media & Communication prides itself on its outsanding faculty who are dedicated to expanding knowledge in the field. Faculty are active scholars contributing vitally to the discipline. The diversity of faculty interests are partially captured in the sample of recent publications below. 

2016

 

-Dr. Sue Curry Jansen

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-Dr. Jefferson Pooley

https://www.peterlang.com/view

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-Roberta Meek

http://michaeljacksonstudies.org/

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-Dr. Jefferson Pooley

https://theconversation.com/apple-watch-pivots-to-fitness-and-focuses-on-a-different-style-of-self-help-65079 


 

-Dr. Kate Ranieri 

Kate Ranieri: Supreme Court abortion ruling supports women's rights


 

 -Dr. Jefferson Pooley

http://www.jeffpooley.com/pubs/

PooleyBehavioralSciences2016.pdf


   

-Dr. Jefferson Pooley

http://sms.sagepub.com/content/2/1

/2056305116632777.abstract


 

2015

 


-Dr. Sue Curry Jansen

The Streisand Effect and Censorship Backfire, with Brian Martin, International Journal Communication 9, 2015



-Dr. John Sullivan

Transporting Television in Space and Time: The Export of Doctor Who to the United States in the 1970s and 1980s, Journal of British Cinema and Television


 

-Dr. John Sullivan

New Books in Media and Communication-online podcast review, Reverse Engineering Social Media, Robert Gehl


 

 -Dr. Elizabeth Nathanson

Blog, “She Works Hard for the Money/Man/Shoes/Herself/Her Sisters…” Antenna (27 October, 2015).


 

-Dr. Elizabeth Nathanson

Pinterest, and Ladyporn: Feminized Popular Culture in the Early 21st Century, Elena Levine(ed.) (Indiana University Press, 2015).


 

-Dr. Jefferson Pooley

http://www.jeffpooley.com/pubs/

PooleyMnemonic2015.pdf


   

 2014


 -Dr. Sue Curry Jansen

“Every Idea is an Incitement: Oliver Wendell Holmes and V.I. Lenin in 1919,” in Censorship Moments, edited by Geoff Kemp. Bloomsbury Press. 2014


 


 


-Dr. John Sullivan

Book Review, International Journal of Communication 8 2014


 

-Dr. John Sullivan

New Books in Media and Communication-online podcast review, Screenwriting, Bridget Conor


 


 

 

-Dr. John Sullivan

New Books in Media and Communication-online podcast review, Radio's Digital Dilemma,John Nathan Anderson


 

-Dr. Elizabeth Nathanson

“Dressed for Economic Distress: Blogging and the ‘New’ Pleasures of Fashion.” Gendering the Recession: Media and Culture in an Age of Austerity, Diane Negra and Yvonne Tasker (eds.) (Durham: Duke University Press, 2014).


   

 

2013


-Dr Sue Curry Jansen

“World’s Greatest Adventure in Advertising’ in The Oxford Handbook of Propaganda Studies, edited by Jonathan Auerbach and Russ Castronova. Oxford University Press. 2013


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-Dr. Elizabeth Nathanson

 Television and Postfeminist Housekeeping: No Time for Mother, in the Routledge Advances in Television Studies series.


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-Dr. Lora Taub-Pervizpour

"Youth as Cultural Producers / Cultural Productions of Youth," in The International Encyclopedia of Media Studies (Wiley-Blackwell, 2013).


   

 

2012

 

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-Dr. Sue Curry Jansen

Walter Lippmann: A Critical Introduction to Media and Communication Theory. Peter Lang. Book. 2012


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-Dr. Paul McEwan

Bruce McDonald's Hard Core Logo, was published in 2012 by Toronto University Press.


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-Dr. John Sullivan

Media Audiences: Effects, Users, Institutions, and Power (Sage, 2012).‌‌


 

-Aggie Ebrahimi Bazaz

 http://caamedia.org/films/inheritance/


  

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