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|Adams, Paul||Geography / Environment; Urban Studies||Representations of place, communication media, globalization, nationalism, regional identity, France, Quebec, the Nordic Region, communication geography, Nobel Peace Prize Adams applies various …|
|Alves, Rosental||School of Journalism; Teresa Lozano Long Institute of Latin American Studies||International reporting (emphasizing the work of foreign correspondents); journalism in Latin America (especially the struggle for a free press in the hemisphere); Internet journalism (the creation of …|
|Berg, Charles||Teresa Lozano Long Institute of Latin American Studies; Center for Mexican American Studies; Radio-Television-Film||Latino images in film; Mexican cinema; visual culture; film studies; film theory and criticism|
|Bertelsen, Lance||English||Eighteenth-century British Literature and culture, with particular focus on the relationship of commercial authorship and popular culture at mid-century, representations of World War II|
|Blyth, Carl||French and Italian||French linguistics, technology in language learning|
|Bremen, Brian||American Studies; English; Plan II Honors Program||American literature, Digital Humanities, Medical Humanities, ethnic and Third World literature, poetry and poetics, popular culture, pedagogy|
|Brummett, Barry||Communication Studies||Rhetoric and popular culture, media criticism, apocalyptic rhetoric, theories and methods of Kenneth Burke|
|Buckley, Thomas||Department of Rhetoric and Writing||Magazine Writing and Editing, Education, Gospels|
|Carcamo-Huechante, Luis||Teresa Lozano Long Institute of Latin American Studies; Spanish and Portuguese||Indigenous media and cultures in the Americas, with a focus on the movement of contemporary Mapuche poetry, the role of Indigenous voices on radio as well as the revitalization of Indigenous languages …|
|Carleton, Don||History; School of Information||Dr. Carleton is the Director of the Center for American History. His focus is on 20th century U.S. political and news media history as well as Texas history.|