Book: Examining Intersections of Trump, News, and Power

My edited book, The Trump Presidency, Journalism, and Democracy (Routledge), is available now, and includes chapters written by scholars, journalists, politicians, and activists. At its core, the book explores the deep relationships between Trump’s rhetoric, normative values of the press, and practices of communicating contestation. My book, Trumpled (Bloomsbury), will appear in 2019.

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Book: Geographies of Journalism

My coauthored book Geographies of Journalism: The Imaginative Power of Place in Making Digital News (Routledge, with Kristy Hess) is due to publishers this spring. It is meant to be a foundational text on the power of geographic imagination that influences press narratives of place in an increasingly mobile news environment.

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Coming Soon: Challenging Journalism Education (& More)

Reinventing Journalism Practice, Education, and Training: Addressing News as Power and Propaganda (Bloomsbury) is due to publishers at end of 2018. In the meantime, I am also coediting a book on climate change and media. Additionally, my co-authored paper, Who (and where) is credible?: Using virtual reality to examine credibility and bias of perceived race and ethnicity in urban and suburban environments, will be presented at the International Communication Association conference in Prague this spring.

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