Kathy Roberts Forde

Associate Professor of Journalism · University of Massachusetts Amherst

Kathy Roberts Forde is a journalism historian with interests in the First Amendment, African American freedom struggle and women's suffrage.

African American Freedom Struggle and the Press The First Amendment Journalism History Journalism Literary Journalism

Peter Krapp

Professor, Film & Media Studies · UC Irvine

Expertise in: Secret communications & cryptologic history; cultural memory and media history; history of computing & simulations

Media History Cultural Memory Aesthetic Communication Cryptologic History Secret Communications

Julie McCown

Assistant Professor of English · Southern Utah University

Specializing in early American natural history, post-humanism, and digital humanities theory

Ecocriticism Race and Nature in Early American Literature Early American Novels U.S. Civil War Literature Composition

Kara Alaimo

Associate Professor of Journalism, Media Studies, and Public Relations · Hofstra University

Kara Alaimo, PhD is a global public relations consultant, trainer, professor, and author.

Risk Management Global Public Relations Cross-Cultural Communication Media Theory Crisis Communication

Jon Smith

Professor of Communication · Southern Utah University

Specializing in public land issues, television news, and documentary film production

Teaching Media Theory Teaching Communication Theory Broadcast Journalism Environmental Communications Public Land Issues

Chérie Rivers Ndaliko, Ph.D., A.M., B.M.

Assistant Professor, Department of Music; Adjunct Assistant Professor, Department of Communication; College of Arts and Sciences · UNC at Chapel Hill

An interdisciplinary scholar, Ndaliko studies arts interventions in conflict regions of Africa.

Ethnomusicology Black Atlantic Culture Social Engagement Sociopolitical Transformation Cultural Theory

James Kendrick, Ph.D.

Associate Professor, Film & Digital Media · Baylor University

Expert on film theory/aesthetics, the history of motion pictures, media and society, violence in the media, and horror film

Film History Film and Media Theory Violence in the media Media censorship and regulation Horror film

Andrew Ledbetter

Professor, Communication Studies · Texas Christian University

Andrew Ledbetter investigates how people use communication technology to maintain close ties with friends, family, and romantic partners.

Advanced Quantitative Research Methods (Structural Equation Modeling, Confirmatory Factor Analysis) Relational Maintenance Interpersonal Communication How Attitudes Toward Technology Shape its Use Maintaining Interpersonal Relationships Using Technology

Michael Y. Simon

Psychotherapist, Author and Parent Educator · Practical Help for Parents

Psychotherapist, Author, Educator and Public Speaker

Teens and Digital Media Alcohol Drugs and Parties: New Ways for Understanding

Tricia Jenkins

Associate Professor · Texas Christian University

Tricia Jenkins is an expert in digital media, international film festivals and how Hollywood and the CIA shape film and television.

Big Data and Media Television and Film Genres Hollywood and the CIA Russian Trolls International Film Festivals