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Phelan Named Author of the Month

Routledge, a publisher of academic books, journals and online resources, named Professor of Communication Catherine Waite Phelan its “Author of the Month” for September. Her book, The Digital Evolution of an American Identity, is highlighted on the publisher’s website. An interview with Phelan is also featured.  More ...

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Phelan Chairs Censorship Panel at ICA Conference

Professor of Communication Catherine W. Phelan chaired a panel on “Censorship in the Digital Age” at the International Communication Association (ICA) conference held May 30 in Boston. Conference participants from Singapore, Israel and the United States presented a trans-national comparison of the cultural practices regarding censorship.  More ...

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Phelan Publishes Article in Journal of Cultural Studies
Professor of Communication Catherine W. Phelan published an article titled “How to Study Communication: Notes On a Method” in the Journal of Cultural Studies – Critical Methodologies (9) 3. (438-445). The article details the varied ways to study communication. More ...
Phelan Publishes Poems in Journal
Professor of Communication Catherine Waite Phelan published four poems in the July 2009 issue of Et Cetera: A Review of General Semantics. Her poems, “The Tree’s Song,” “The Implicit Conversation,” “The Source of Words” and “A Child Struggling with Language,” explore the nexus of language and thought. Et Cetera is an interdisciplinary journal published quarterly by the Institute of General Semantics.
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