My research focuses on media and gender, media and minorities, the democratic potential of social media, online harassment, public spheres, and women in journalism.
My teaching experience includes classes on qualitative research methods, interviewing as a research method, feminist media theory, journalism and new media, basic news reporting, writing and editing; introduction to broadcast news writing, reporting and editing, media literacy, and media and journalism history.
Thank you to the Humanities Center at Wayne State University for selecting me as a 2020-2021 Humanities Center Resident Scholar to continue my study of U.S. news media coverage of academic sexual harassment in the United States. For this project, I am collaborating with five graduate students in the Department of Communication. We are conducting a quantitative and qualitative analysis of the type of news media which cover academic sexual harassment and to which extent the #metoo movement is used as a referencing framework. I am looking forward to continuing this project.