In addition to teaching, our faculty make scholarly and creative work a top priority. Check out some of the recent scholarly and creative work to come out of the Media, Film & Journalism Studies department.
- Alper, Meryl, Vikki Katz, and Lynn Schofield Clark. "Researching children, intersectionality and diversity in the digital age." Journal of Children, Adolescents and Media 10, no. 1. 107-114. (2016).
- Clark, Lynn Schofield. "The Ethics of Engagement: Considering Digital Ethics in a Critical Participatory Action Research Project with Urban Youth." In Ethics for a Digital Age. edited by Donald Heider and Bastiaan Vanacker. New York: Peter Lang. 2016.
- Clark, Lynn Schofield. "Participants at the Margins: Examining the Role that Shared Artifacts of Engagement Play Among Minoritized Political Newcomers on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter." International Journal of Communication 10, no. 1. 235-253. (2016).
- Nygaard, Tyler, and Jorie Lagerwey. "Broadcasting Quality: Re-centering Feminist Discourse with The Good Wife." In Television and New Media. Published online June 12, 2016.
- Polson, Erika. Privileged Mobilities: Professional Migration, Geo-Social Media and a New Global Middle Class. New York: Peter Lang, 2016.
- Silver, Derigan A. "Access to Courts." In Communication and the Law. Edited by W. Wat Hopkins. 329-362. 2016.
- Silver, Derigan A. and Daniel V. Kozlowski. "Preserving the Law's Coherence: Citizens United v. FEC and Stare Decisis." Communication Law and Policy 21, no. 1 (2016): 39-85.
- Christopher Coleman presented his art piece "Interstitial Zones" at the "Spectra" exhibit at Eastern Connecticut State University this spring.
- Tony Gault finished a film called "Actual Case History" in August of 2015. The synopsis reads: "Rotoscope animation reshapes a live-action film into an examination of neurosis and its transformative powers." It's what most would call an experimental film.
- Elizabeth Henry's new film, "Out of Green Stuff Woven," was screened at the Big Muddy Film Festival (University of Illinois, Feb. 2016) and the Minneapolis International Film Festival (May 2016).
Sheila Schroeder co-wrote and produced DU Project F.I.L.M.'s inaugural film, Happy F-ing Valentine's Day, which has recently received the following accolades:
- Premiered opening night of the Longmont Front Range Film Festival and took home top honors with a Best Film of the Fest Award and Audience Favorite Award. Was also nominated for Best Short Screenplay.
- Official Finalist Status from Houston Comedy Film Festival, Las Vegas Screenplay Competition, Lyons film festival, and American Movie Awards Screenplay Competition.
- Project DU F.I.L.M. was featured as one of 14 highlighted crowdfunding projects on One Day for DU 2016.
- Renée Botta serves as chair of Global Washes, a community-based research collaboration between DU, Nairobi-based water and sanitation organization Maji na Ufanisi, the Rotary Clubs of Denver Southeast and Langata-Nairobi and Narobi University.
- Lynn Schofield Clark serves as the Director of the Estlow International Center for Journalism and New Media at the University of Denver.
- Lynn Schofield Clark and Adrienne Russell are co-directors of the University of Denver's Institute for Digital Humanities.
- Margie Thompson is the current Estlow Fellow for the University's Estlow International Center for Journalism and New Media.
- Sheila Schroeder is the founder of Project DU F.I.L.M. (Film Initiative Linking to Mentors).