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Jeremy Hunsinger

Assistant Professor, Cultural Studies Co-ordinator

Areas of Expertise: internet research; new media; social media; virtual worlds; computer games; digital humanities; internet and society; internet and communications; communication infrastructures; communication technologies

(519) 884-1970 ext.4988

Anne-Marie Kinahan

Associate Professor

Areas of Expertise: Feminist media history Canadian communication history Gender and communication Media and moral regulation Television and media studies

Biography: My current SSHRC-funded research project investigates three women's magazines appearing in Canada in the early decades of the twentieth century: Canadian Home Journal, Everywoman's World, and Woman's Century. …

519-884-1970 ext.2302

Penelope Ironstone

Associate Professor

Areas of Expertise: Health and Risk Communication; Cultural Studies of Science and Medicine; Influenza in the media, historically and present; Popular Culture; Media Monintoring and Analysis; Queer media studies;

Biography: Dr. Penelope Ironstone is an interdisciplinary scholar with degrees in Directed Interdisciplinary Studies (B.A. Hons., Carleton University, 1991), Comparative Literary Studies (M.A., Carleton University, 1993), and Social & Political Thought (Ph.D.,…

519.884.1970 ext.3121

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