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Scholarly and Creative Work

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.

Scholarly Publications

  • Polson, E. (Forthcoming in 2021). "From the Tag to the #Hashtag: Street art, Instagram,and Gentrification." Space & Culture [Special Issue: Gentrification and the right to the geomedia city, edited by Maren Hartmann & André Jansson]
  • Norum, R. & Polson, E. (Forthcoming in 2021). "Placemaking Experiences in a New Economy." Convergence: The International Journal of Research into New Media Technologies [Special Issue: Digital Placemaking, edited by Germaine Halegoua and Erika Polson].
  • Thompson, Margaret (Under contract). Multicultural Journalism: Critical Reflexivity in News Practice, Routledge.
  • El Damanhoury, K. (2020). Toward a Protostate Media System: The Role of Content. International Journal of Communication, 14. p. 1783-1807. 
  • Winkler, C., El-Damanhoury, K., Dicker, A., Luu, Y., Kaczkowski, W., & El-Karhili, N. (2020). Considering the military-media nexus from the perspective of competing groups: the case of ISIS and al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula. Dynamics of Asymmetric Conflict, 13(1), p. 3-23.
  • Kaczkowski, W., Winkler, C., El Damanhoury, K., & Luu, Y. (2020). Intersections of the real and the virtual caliphates: The Islamic State's territory and its online propaganda. Journal of Global Security Studies.
  • Polson, E.; Schofield Clark, L. & Gajjala, R. (Eds.) (2020). Routledge Companion to Media & Class, London, UK: Routledge.
  • Polson, E. (2020). Online Media and the Aspirational Class 'Mobility' of Digital Nomads. In Polson, E.; Schofield Clark, L. & Gajjala, R. (Eds), Routledge Companion to Media & Class, London, UK: Routledge.
  • Polson, E.; Schofield Clark, L. & Gajjala, R. (2020). Media and Class in the 21st Century. In Polson, E.; Schofield Clark, L. & Gajjala, R. (Eds), Routledge Companion to Media & Class, London, UK: Routledge.
  • Calvert, C., Kozlowski, D.V, & Derigan Silver. (2020). Mass Media Law (21st Edition). New York: McGraw-Hill.
  • Clark, L. S., & Golan, O. (2019). From designed to spontaneous: Technologically enhanced learning communities (An introduction). In Yael Kali, Ayelet Baram Tzabari, & Amit Schejter (Eds.), Learning in a Networked Society. New York: Springer.
  • Hinzo, A., & Clark, L. S. (2019). Digital survivance and Trickster humor: Exploring visual and digital Indigenous epistemologies in the #NoDAPL movement. Information, Communication & Society 6 (AoIR Special Issue): 791-807.
  • Mun, K., Rojas, H., Coppini, D., Cho, H. (2019). Studying Political Tolerance in an Era of Terrorism Frames and Social Media. Media, War & Conflict. 
  • Duncan, M. & Coppini, D. (2019). "Party and Peers. Corrective action effects on opinion and expression in the context of intergroup political conflict". Journal of Information, Technology and Politics, 16(3), 265- 289,
  • Coppini, D. (2019). Sensationalism versus substance: Building a framework that examines mass media coverage of migrants in the Italian context. Journal of European Popular Culture, 10(1), 53- 59,
  • DeCarvalho, L. J. & Cox, N.B. (2019). "Queerness (Un) Shackled: Theorizing Orange is the New Black." In Trier-Bieniek, A. (Ed.), Feminist Theory and Pop Culture (Second Edition). Koninklijke Brill NV: Leiden, The Netherlands.
  • Demont-Heinrich, C. (2019). "New Global Music Distributions System, Same Old Linguistic Hegemony? Analyzing English on Spotify." In Boyd-Barrett, O. & Mirrlees, T (Eds), Media Imperialism: Continuity and Change. Lanham, MD.: Rowman & Littlefield.
  • El Damanhoury, K. (2019). Constructing Place Identity: ISIS and Al-Qaeda's Branding Competition over the Caliphate. Journal of Place Branding and Public Diplomacy. doi: 10.1057/s41254-019-00155-1
  • El Damanhoury, K. (2019). Picturing Statehood during ISIS's Caliphal Days. In Krona, M. & Pennington, R. (Ed), The Media World of ISIS. Bloomington, IN: Indiana University Press.
  • El Damanhoury, K. (2019). The visual depiction of statehood in Daesh's Dabiq magazine and al-Naba' newsletter. In Winkler, C. (Ed), Networking Argument. New York, NY: Routledge.
  • Winkler, C., El Damanhoury, K., Saleh, Z., Hendry, J., & Elkarhili, N (2019). Intersections of ISIS Media Leader Loss and Media Campaign Strategy: A Visual Framing Analysis. Media, War & Conflict. doi: 10.1177/1750635219889370
  • Jimenez, C. (2019) "Antenna Dilemmas: The Rise of an Indigenous-Language Low-Power Radio Station in Southern California," Journal of Radio and Audio Media
  • Polson, E. (2019) Information SuperCalle: The Social Internet of Havana's WiFi Streets. In Wilken, R.; Goggin, G. & Horst, H. (Eds.), Location Technologies in International Context, London, UK: Routledge.
  • Reddell, T. (2019). The Sound of Things to Come: An Audible History of the Science Fiction Film. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press.
  • Kozlowski, D. V. & Silver, D. (2019). "Measuring Reed's reach: Content discrimination in the U.S. Circuit Courts of Appeals after Reed v. Town of Gilbert," Communication Law & Policy.

Creative Work

  • Joe Brown: 
    • His short film "Winter Cranes" has appeared at the following festivals:
      • Nederland International Film Festival, CO (November 2019)
      • Micromania Film Festival, NYC (November 2019)
      • Milwaukee Short Film Festival (September 2019)
    • His short film "City Swim" has appeared at the following festivals:
      • Green Bay International Film Festival, WI (February 2020)
      • Freeland Film Festival, WI (September 2019)
    • A film he was a camera operator on, "Killing Games: Wildlife in the Crosshairs," was screened at the Colorado Environmental Film Festival in February 2020.
  • Rod Buxton participated in the following art shows: 
    • Representing the West: A New Frontier: Merrick Butte, Twilight (Pueblo, CO – February 7 – May 10, 2020)
    • Parkview Fine Arts Festival (Aurora, CO – February 2020)
      • Won second place for The Great White Throne
    • Monochrome: Glacier Bay Wake of the Boat, Afternoon (Boulder, CO – February 7 – March 10, 2020)
    • 40West Art Galley Abstract Show: Glacier Bay Wake of the Boat, Afternoon and Upper Antelope Canyon #4 (Lakewood, CO – February 2020)
    • Landscapes and Architecture: Great White Throne, Evening (Portland, OR – January 2020)
    • Greeley Art Exhibit and Sale: Yosemite Falls Late Morning and Grizzly Falls Morning, which took second place in the photography category
    • All Colorado Juried Show, Presented by the Littleton Art Guild: The Great Sand Dunes, Evening (Great Sand Dunes National Park) and The Great White Throne, Evening (Zion National Park).
    • 25th Annual Gateway to the Rockies juried art show, sponsored by the Aurora Artists Guild: From Glacier Point, Late Afternoon (from Yosemite National Park) and Taylor Glacier and Powell Point, Late Morning (from Rocky Mt National Park).
  • Rod Buxton will release his first fine art book later this year through Blurb Books: "A Decade of Travel in U.S. National Parks and Monuments."
  • Carlos Jimenez presented a series of short films about Denver day laborers at "Life and Work Among Day Laborers in Denver: An Evening of Theater, Research, and Digital Storytelling" in March 2019 at El Centro Humanitario. The project was a collaboration between Dr. Jimenez, Marty Otañez of CU Denver, Rebecca Galemba of DU, Jim Walsh of CU Denver, the Romero Troup, El Centro Humanitario, and the workers featured.
  • Sheila Schroeder's screenplay Hunting Season, has been accepted at the following film festivals: 
    • LGBT Los Angeles Film Festival – May, 2019 – Finalist/Table Read
    • Broadcast Education Association – April, 2019 – Award of Excellence (2nd place)
    • Independent Talents International Film Festival – January, 2019 – Semi-Finalist
  • Sheila Schroeder's film Scary Lucy, produced by Project DU F.I.L.M. was screened at the following film festivals:
  • Melbourne Queer Film Festival, Melbourne, Australia, March 2019
  • American Psycosocial Oncology Society, Atlanta, GA, February 2019
  • Worldwide Women's Film Festival, Scottsdale, AZ, February 2019



  • The Department of Media, Film & Journalism Studies is the proud recipient of the 2018 University of Denver Community Engaged Department of the Year award!
  • Renee Botta will present a paper at the International Communication Association's conference in Prague this summer.
  • Renee Botta will assist Project WASH in founding a women-run clinic in Haiti this summer.
  • Lynn Schofield Clark attended a the Mobile Socialities Symposium in Lund, Sweden, with Carlos Jimenez and Erika Polson.
  • Lynn Schofield Clark has been collaborating with IRISE postdoc Angel Hinzo, and the two of them have an article being published this summer, two papers accepted for two international conferences, and will be presenting their work to two DU graduate classes this spring.
  • Carlos Jimenez received a DAIS award for a study called "Self-documenting the Everyday Life of Day Laborers" which is a collaborative study with Associate Professor Marty Otañez in the University of Colorado Denver's Department of Anthropology. The proposed project examines, through visual and mobile phone research strategies, the livelihoods of day laborers in the Denver Metro Area.
  • Carlos Jimenez attended the Mobile Socialities Symposium in Lund, Sweden, with Erika Polson and Lynn Schofield Clark.
  • Andrew Matranga hosts a podcast, Sticker Stories
  • Erika Polson attended a conference in Lund, Sweden, with Carlos Jimenez and Lynn Schofield Clark.




  • Rod Buxton presented the following art shows:
    • Photographic Portfolio Review at the Colorado Photographic Art Center Month of Photography, McNichols Building, Civic Center Park (March 23, 2019)
    • Photographic Portfolio Review at the Stanley Arts Festival in Aurora (September 2018)
    • Artists in August in Lowry at the Lowry Arts Festival (August 2018)
  • Clark, L. S. (2018). Storytelling the self into citizenship: How social media practices facilitate adolescent and emerging adult political life. In Zizi Papacharissi (Ed.), The Networked Self: Birth, Life, Death. New York: Routledge.
  • Clark, L. S., & Brites, M. J. (2018). The challenge of extending youth rights in families: Differing approaches to cultivating citizenship. (2018th ed.). Nordicom Review. Gothenberg, Sweden.
  • Clark, L. S. (2018).Sketching a research agenda on families and technology in an era of migration. In Jennifer Van Hook, Susan M. McHale, & Valerie King (Eds.), Families and Technology: The 25th Annual Symposium on the Family. New York: Springer.
  • Clark, L. S., & Gillespie, M. (2018). From Scandinavia to the world. Contesting Religion: The Media Dynamics of Cultural Conflicts in Scandinavia.
  • Clark, L. S., & Walker, S. (2018). Popular Culture. Encyclopedia of Religion.
  • Marchi, R., & Clark, L. S. (2018). Social media and connective journalism: The formation of counterpublics and youth civic participation. Journalism.
  • Kennedy, H., Dorsey, C., Anyon, Y., & Clark, L. S. (2018). YELL @ Denver program manual. Denver, CO: The Bridge Project, Graduate School of Social Work, University of Denver.
  • Coppini, D., Alvarez, G., Rojas, H. (2018). Entertainment, News, and Inequality. How Colombian media shape perceptions of income inequality and why it matters. International Journal of Communication, 12, 1651-1674.
  • Rodino-Colocino, Michelle, Lauren J. DeCarvalho, and Aaron Heresco. (2018). Neo-Orthodox Masculinities on Man Caves. Television & New Media 19 (7): 626-645.
  • El Damanhoury, K. & Winkler, C. (2018). Picturing law and order: A visual framing analysis of ISIS's Dabiq magazine. Journal of Arab Media & Society, Winter/Spring (25), p. 1-20.
  • El Damanhoury, K., Winkler, C., Kaczkowski, W., & Dicker, A. (2018). Examining the military–media nexus in ISIS's provincial photography campaign. Dynamics of Asymmetric Conflict, 1-20.
  • Winkler, C., El Damanhoury, K., Dicker, A., & Lemieux, A. F. (2018). Images of death and dying in ISIS media: A comparison of English and Arabic print publications. Media, War & Conflict. doi:10.1177/1750635217746200
  • Winkler, C., el-Damanhoury, K., & Lemieux, A. F. (2018). Validating extremism: Strategic use of authority appeals in al-Naba' infographics. Journal of Argumentation in Context, 7(1), 33-71.
  • Botta, R. A., Fenson-Hood, K., Scandurra, L., & Muasya, R. (2018). A Campaign to sustain hand washing behaviors in an urban informal settlement in Kenya. In Claudia Parvanta, David Nelson and Richard Harner (Eds.), Public Health Communication: Critical Tools and Strategies. Burlington MA: Jones & Bartlett.
  • Coppini, D., Alvarez, G., Rojas, H. (2018). "Entertainment, News, and Inequality. How Colombian media shape perceptions of income inequality and why it matters." International Journal of Communication, 12, 1651-1674.
  • Rodino-Colocino, Michelle, Lauren J. DeCarvalho, and Aaron Heresco, 2018. "Neo-Orthodox Masculinities on Man Caves." Television & New Media 19(7): 626-645.
  • DeCarvalho, Lauren J., and Nadia Martínez-Carrillo. 2018. "Serving (Fetishized) Time: An Intersectional Analysis of Netflix's Food Trucks in Mexico and the United States." The Journal of Popular Culture 51 (2), 487-510.
  • Kaneva, N. (2018). Simulation nations: Nation brands and Baudrillard's theory of media, European Journal of Cultural Studies, 21(5): 631-648.
  • Kaneva, N. S. (2018). "Why American Feminists Should Mourn FEMEN's Oksana Shachko: And how FEMEN cleared the way for #MeToo."
  • Kaneva, N. S. (2018). "Trump and Putin Told the Same Lie in Helsinki, But For Different Reasons: What that shows about the global balance of power." o Published the following book chapters:
  • Kaneva, N. S. (2018). Nation branding: Toward an agenda for critical research. In Hong Fan & Yu Hu (Eds.), Nation Image: The Belt and Road Initiative and Nation Branding. (pp. 157- 179). Beijing: Tsinghua University Press.
  • Kaneva, N. S. (2018). Neoliberal development and nation branding: Lessons from post-war Kosovo. In James Pamment & Karin Wilkins (Eds.), Communicating National Image through Development and Diplomacy: The Politics of Foreign Aid. New York/London: Palgrave Macmillan.
  • Kaneva, N. "Between brand utopias and lived experience" in Inclusive Place Branding: Critical Perspectives in Theory and Practice, edited by M. Kavaratzis, M. Giovanardi and M. Lichrou. Routledge. 2018.
  • Kaneva, N. (2018). "Nation branding: Toward and agenda for critical research," in Fan Hong & Hu Yu (eds.), Nation Image: The Belt and Road Initiative and Nation Branding, Beijing, China: Tsinghua University Press, pp.157-179.
  • Polson, E. (2018). 'Doing' Local: Place-Based Travel Apps and the Globally Networked Self. In Papacharissi, Z. (Ed.), A Networked Self: Platforms, Stories, Connections. London, UK: Routledge.
  • Sheila Schroeder:
    • "Scary Lucy" - Screenplay: 
      • Grand Prize Winner – Nevada International Film Festival, 2018
        Grand Prize Winner – American Movie Awards
      • Colorado Film Award – Silver – Colorado International Film Festival, 2018
      • Aloha Accolade Award, Honolulu Film Awards, 2018
      • Runner Up, Best Screenplay – University Film and Video Association, 2017
    • Scary Lucy - Film
      • Official Selection – Cinema Diverse: The Palm Springs LGBT Film Festival, September 2018
      • Official Selection – Out on Film, Atlanta LGBTQ Film Festival, September 2018
      • Official Selection – World Wide Women's Film Festival
      • Outreels Cincinnati, Cincinnati, OH, November 2018
      • Film Girl Film Festival, Milwaukee, WI, October 2018
      • Broad Humor Film Festival, Venice Beach, CA, September 2018
      • FM LGBT Film Festival, Fargo/Morehead, ND, September 2018
      • North Carolina Gay Lesbian Film Festival, Durham, NC, August 2018
      • Damn These Heels, Salt Lake City, LGBTQ Film Festival, July 2018
      • Kansas City LGBTQ Film Festival, June 2018
      • Cinema Systers Film Festival, Paducah, KY, May 2018

  • Kochanova, M. and Botta, R.A. (2017) "We Don't Want to Know": HIV from a Cultural Perspective. In Athena du Pre and Eileen Berlin Ray (eds.) Case Studies: Real-Life Scenarios in Health Communication. Oxford University Press.
  • Buxton, Rod: 
    • Presented three art pieces as part of the Gateway to the Rockies exhibit at the Aurora History Museum: "Candlestick Tower, Midafternoon," "Double arch, Morning," and "Green River Overlook, Afternoon."
    • "Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone River" was selected, along with five others, for a pilot merchandising program between the Creative Action Network and one of the lodges at Yellowstone National Park in conjunction with the See America project. It will appear on t-shirts, mugs, posters, etc., sold by the park.
    • Curated an art show in the Driscoll Center Gallery in October titled, "People, Places, and Spaces".
    • Submitted two art pieces for the juried "iPhoneography" exhibit in March during the Front Range biennial Month of Photography at the Spark Gallery.
  • Clark, L.S. and Marchi, R. (2017) Young People and the Future of News. New York, NY: Cambridge University Press.
  • Clark, L.S. & Russell, A. (2017). "'The Circle' Imagines a Dark Future without Journalists In-Frame." Poynter.
  • Clark, L.S. "Participant or zombie? Exploring the limits of the participatory politics framework through a failed YUPAR project," The Information Society 32(5): 343-353.
  • Damanhoury, K. E., & Saleh, F. (2017). Is it the same fight? Comparative analysis of CNN and Al Jazeera America's online coverage of the 2014 Gaza War. Journal of Arab & Muslim Media Research, 10(1), 85-103
  • El Damanhoury, K. (2017). Understanding ISIS's provincial propaganda: A visual framing analysis of Wilayat Sinai's imagery in 2016. Journal of Middle East Media, 13, 1-40.
  • Coppini, D., Duncan, M., Wise, D., McLeod D., Bialik, C., Wu, Y. (2017). "When everyone's watching. Motivations-based Account of Selective Expression and Exposure." Computers in Human Behavior, 75, 766-774 .
  • Jimenez, C. (2017). From telephones in rural Oaxaca to mobile phones among Mixtec farm workers in Oxnard, California. New Media & Society, 19(12), 2059-2074. Retrieved from
  • Kaneva, N. (2017). The branded national imagination and its limits: Insights from the post-socialist experience, Strategic Review for Southern Africa, 39(1): 116-138.
  • Kaneva, N. & Klemmer, A. (2017). The rise of brandidates? A cultural perspective on political candidate brands in postmodern consumer democracies. Journal of Customer Behavior, 15(3): 299-313.
  • Polson, E. (2017). Privileged Mobilities: Professional Migration, Geo-Social Media and a New Global Middle Class. Bern, Switzerland: Peter Lang.
  • Calvert, C., Kozlowski, D.V, & Derigan Silver. (2017). Mass Media Law (20th Edition). New York: McGraw-Hill.
  • Silver, D. (2017). "The news media and the FOI." in W. Hopkins (Ed.), The U.S. Freedom of Information Act at 50. New York, NY: Routledge.
  • Silver, D. (2017). "Social Media and Defamation." In D. Stewart (Ed.), Social Media and the Law. New York, NY: Routledge.
  • Fenson-Hood, K and Botta, R. A. (2016) Changing Water Treatment Behaviors using Theory of Planned Behavior: Applying a Western-Based Theory in the Developing World. Lambert Academic Publishing.
  • Botta, R. A. (2016) A Stone Left Unturned: The Necessity of Participatory Communication and Indigenous Knowledge for Successful Development Projects. In Patrick Ngulube (Eds.), Handbook of Indigenous Knowledge Systems Research in Developing Nations. IGI Global.
  • 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).
  • 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).
  • Hoover, Stewart M. and Coats, Curtis D. (2016). Does God Make the Man?: Media, Religion, and the crisis of masculinity. NYU Press: New York
  • Demont-Heinrich, Christof. "The Struggle to Raise Bilingual Children in the Belly of the Hydra Beast: The United States." In Why English? Confronting the Hydra, edited by Pauline Bunce, Robert Phillipson, Vaughan Rapatahana and Ruanni Tupas, 220-230. Bristol, UK: Multilingual Matters 2016.
  • Winkler, C., El Damanhoury, K., Dicker, A., & Lemieux, A. (2016). The Medium is Terrorism: Transformation of the About to Die Trope in Dabiq. Terrorism and Political Violence. doi:10.1080/09546553.2016.1211526
  • Saks, J., Compton, J. L., Hopkins, A., & El Damanhoury, K. (2016). Dialed in: Continuous response measures in televised political debates and their effect on viewers. Journal of Broadcasting & Electronic Media, 60(2), 231-247.
  • DeCarvalho, Lauren J., and Nicole B. Cox. 2016. "Extended 'Visiting Hours': Deconstructing Identity in Netflix's Promotional Campaigns for Orange Is the New Black." Television & New Media 17 (6): 504-519.
  • Cox, Nicole B., and Lauren J. DeCarvalho. 2016. "'Ride Free or Die' Trying: Hypermasculinity on FX's Sons of Anarchy." The Journal of Popular Culture 49 (4): 818-838.
  • Demont-Heinrich, C. (2016) "The struggle to raise bilingual children in the belly of the English Hydra beast: The United States." In P. Bunce et al. (eds) Why English? Confronting the Hydra. Bristol: Multilingual Matters.
  • Jimenez, C. (2016) "From Telephones in Rural Oaxaca to Mobile Phones Among Mixtec Farm Workers in Oxnard, California," New Media and Society doi:10.1177/1461444816655098.
  • Jimenez, C. (2016) "Spaces of Media and Migration," Media Fields Journal 12.
  • Kaneva, Nadia & Klemmer, Austin (2016). "The rise of brandidates? A cultural perspective on political candidate brands in postmodern consumer democracies." Journal of Customer Behavior, 15(3): 299-313.
  • Polson, E. (2016). Privileged mobilities: Professional migration, Geo-social media, and a new global middle class. New York, NY: Peter Lang.
  • Polson, E. (2016). "Negotiating independent mobility: Single female expats in Bangalore." European Journal of Cultural Studies, 19(5): 450-464.
  • Polson, E. & Whiteside, E. (2016). "Getting in the Game: A Rising India and the Question of Global Sport." International Journal of Communication, 10(2016): 3085–3105.
  • Schroeder, Sheila: 
    • "Happy F-ing Valentine's Day" - Film
      • Audience Award - Longmont Front Range Film Festival
      • Audience Choice Award – Lyons Film Festival
      • Best Short Comedy – Kansas LGBT Film Festival
      • Best Short Narrative – Dallas Video Festival
      • Best Short Narrative – Desperado LGBT Film Festival
      • Broad Humor Film Festival September 2015 Winner: Best Short Screenplay
      • Houston Comedy Film Festival May 2016 Nominated: Best Short Screenplay
      • American Movie Awards May 2016 Official Finalist: Short Screenplay
      • Intendence Film Festival June 2016
      • Las Vegas Screenplay Contest August 2016 Official Finalist: Short Screenplay
      • North Carolina LGBT Film Festival August 2016
      • Breckenridge Film Festival September 2016
      • Reeling Film Festival September 2016
      • TampaBay International Gay & Lesbian Film Festival September 2016
      • Dallas VideoFest October 2016
      • Out on Film October 2016
      • Denver Film Festival November 2016
      • Colorado Independent Women of Film Festival February 2017
        Sedona International Film Festival February 2017
  • 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.
  • Silver, Derigan A. "The news media and the FOIA." In Communication Law and Policy, 21, no. 4 (2016). 493-514.
  • Jill Rudd, Cheryl Campanella Bracken, Renée Botta, Elizabeth Babin Pask. "Viewing Television Violence: Comparing Presence Sensations among Victims and Non¬Victims of Family Violence.". Journal of Communication & Media Research. April 2015. Vol. 7, No. 1, pgs. 1¬13.
  • Clark, L. S. (2015). "Can social media be a space for democratic inclusivity?"in Social Media + Society 1(1). DOI: 10.1177/2056305115578678.
  • Clark, Lynn S., Brennan, D. & Thompson M. (2015). Using Media to Make a Difference in the Relationships between Students of Color and Members of Law Enforcement (Research brief). Estlow Center for International Journalism & New Media, University of Denver.
  • McLaughlin, B., Davis, C., Coppini, D., Kim, Y. M., Knisely, S., & McLeod, D. (2015). "When women attack." Politics and the Life Sciences, 34(01), 44-56.
  • Coats, Curtis D., & Emerich, Monica M. (Eds.). (2015). Practical Spiritualities in a Media Age. Bloomsbury Publishing: London
  • Rudd, J., Bracken, C. C., Botta, R. A., & Pask, E. B. (2015) Viewing Television Violence: Comparing Presence Sensations Among Victims and Non-Victims of Family Violence. Journal of Communication and Media Research, 7(1).
  • Kaneva, N. & Ibroscheva, E. (2015). Pin-ups, strippers, and centerfolds: Gendered mediation and post-socialist political culture. European Journal of Cultural Studies, 18(2): 224-241.
  • Kaneva, N. (Ed.) (2015). Mediating Post-Socialist Femininities. New York, NY: Routledge.
  • Kaneva, N. (2015). "Nation branding and commercial nationalism: Notes for a materialist critique." In Z. Volcic & M. Andrejevic (Eds.), Commercial Nationalism: Selling the Nation and Nationalizing the Sell. New York/London: Palgrave McMillan.
  • Liberman, Rachael. 2015. 'It's a Really Great Tool': Feminist Pornography and the Promotion of Sexual Subjectivity. Porn Studies, 2(2-3): 174-191.
  • Liberman, Rachael. 2015. "Beyond Hate-Watching: Audience Approaches to the Spectacle of Femininity" in R. E. Silverman, Ed., The Fantasy of Reality: Critical Essays on The Real Housewives. Peter Lang: New York.
  • Sun, Chyng, Rachael Liberman, Allison Butler, Sun Young Lee & Rachel L. Webb. 2015. "Shifting Receptions: Asian American Stereotypes and the Exploration of Comprehensive Media Literacy." The Communication Review 18: 294-314.
  • Silver, D. (2015). "First Amendment Theory." In W. Babcock & W. Freivogel (Eds.), Key Issues in Mass Communication Ethics and Law. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications, 61-80.
  • Silver, D. (2015). "Richmond Newspapers." In W. Babcock & W. Freivogel (Eds.), Key Issues in Mass Communication Ethics and Law. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications, 211-220.
  • Polson, E. (2015). "A Gateway to the Global City: Mobile Place-making Practices by Expats." New Media & Society, 17(4): 629-645.
  • Silver, D. (2014). "Social media and reporting on judicial proceedings: A digital era conflict." In D. Cullier & C. Davis (Eds.), Transparency 2.0: Access and privacy in a wired world. New York, NY: Peter Lang Publishing.
  • Polson, E. & Whiteside, E. (2014). "Passing to India: A Critical Look at American Football's Expansion." Media, Culture & Society, 36(5): 661-678.
  • Coppini, D. (2013). "Screaming More, Listening Less? An Investigation of Participation and Deliberation Dynamics in the Italian Five Stars Movement." Proceedings from at the annual conference of the Association of Internet Researchers, Denver, CO.
  • Clark, L.S. (2013) The Parent App: Understanding Families in a Digital Age. New York, NY: Oxford University Press.
  • Demont-Heinrich, C. (2012) "Debating English's hegemony: American, Australian and Slovenian students discuss 'the' global language." Critical Inquiry in Language Studies 9(4), 346-375.
  • Demont-Heinrich, C. (2011). Cultural imperialism vs. globalization of culture: Riding the structure-agency dialectic in global communication and media studies. Sociology Compass, 5(8), pp. 666-678.
  • Kaneva, N. (Ed.) (2011) Branding Post-Communist Nations: Marketizing National Identities in the 'New' Europe. New York, NY: Routledge.
  • Polson, E. (2011). "Belonging to the Network Society: Social Media and the Production of a New Global Middle Class." Communication, Culture & Critique, 4(2): 144-163.
  • Silver, D. (2010) National Security in the Courts: The Need for Secrecy vs. the Requirement of Transparency. El Paso, TX: LFB Scholarly Publishing.
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