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Assistant Professor, School of Law; Assistant Professor, School of Media and Journalism & Director, UNC Center for Media Law and Policy · UNC at Chapel Hill
Media lawyer, UNC law professor, technophile, and former faculty associate at Harvard's Berkman Center for Internet & Society.
Professor, Writing and Linguistics & Director, Women's, Gender and Sexuality Studies Program · Georgia Southern University
Lisa Costello researches writing, gender and the Holocaust.
Professor of Communication, Department Chair · Southern Utah University
Specializing in rhetoric and persuasion in public discourse, communication theory, and critical thinking
Dean's Professor of Social Work and Business · USC Suzanne Dworak-Peck School of Social Work
Social work and management expert, focusing on global workforce diversity
Director, Bioethics Minor; Clinical Faculty · Loyola Marymount University
The Bioethics Institute Bellarmine College of Liberal Arts
Associate Professor, Criminology, Faculty of Social Science and Humanities · University of Ontario Institute of Technology
Criminologist explores the intersection between culture, media and perceptions of justice
Associate Professor of Communication | College of Liberal Arts and Sciences · Villanova University
Gordon Coonfield, PhD, has expertise in visual communication, popular culture, philosophy of technology, and new media.
Director, Curator, and Professor · Michigan State University
Expert on: Museum Studies, Folklore, Folk Art, Intangible Cultural Heritage, Cultural Policy, International Cultural Engagement
Associate Professor, Department of Communication, and Co-Director of the University Program in Cultural Studies, College of Arts and Sciences · UNC at Chapel Hill
Lundberg's research focuses on public discourse, rhetorical theory, and on debate and public speaking as critical democratic forms.
Lawyer and Researcher · International Human Rights Program, University of Toronto
Refugee and migration issues; technology and human rights; immigration detention; and the relationship between law, society, and culture