My research focuses on the political economy of communication and culture. My PhD is in Political Science (York University 1995) and previously I taught at American University's School of International Service (Washington, DC) and the Department of Social Sciences at Loughborough University (UK). Among other contributions, I was the Co-Founder and Inaugural Chair of the International Communication Section of the International Studies Association.
Recent courses: Foundations of Global Communication; Interdisciplinary Foundations of Media Theory; Political Economy of Global Communication; Innis, McLuhan, and Medium Theory; The Culture of Consumption.
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