Student Publications

Alhayek, Katty. (2014). Double Marginalization: Mainstream Online Activism and the Invisibility of Syrian Refugee Women’s Perspectives in Global Media. Feminist Media Studies. Issue 14.4.
[reprinted in Women of the Middle East, edited by Fatma Müge Göçek, Routledge (December 2, 2015)]

Alhayek, Katty. (2015). “I must save my life and not risk my family’s safety!”: Untold Stories of Syrian Women Surviving War. Syria Studies. VOL 7, NO 1.
[Republished by at and translated to Spanish by at]

Chris Boulton. Porn and Me(n): Sexual Morality, Objectification, and Religion at the Wheelock Anti-Pornography Conference. Communication Review; 2008, Vol. 11 Issue 3, p247-273. Available at:

Erin Meyers. "'Can You Handle My Truth?': Authenticity and the Celebrity Star Image" The Journal of Popular Culture. forthcoming.

Chris Boulton. "Don’t Smile for the Camera: Black Power, Para-Proxemics and Prolepsis in Print Ads for Hip-Hop Clothing" International Journal of Communication 1.1 (2007). Available at:

Lori Bindig. Dawson's Creek: Critical Understanding. Lexington Books. 2008

hari stephen kumar. "a world of trouble" in Carole Ann Camp and Heather Powers Albanesi (Eds.), Moving Beyond Racism: Memories, Transformations, and the Start of New Conversations. White River Press: 67-72. (2008) on amazon

hari stephen kumar. "speaking in silences" International Review of Qualitative Research; 2010, Vol 2, Issue 4, pp. 433-444.

hari stephen kumar. "Betraying Performance: Reflections on Belonging to Wandering Metaphors." International Review of Qualitative Research. Special Issue on Metaphors as Methodological Tools for Performance Studies, edited by Benjamin Myers and Bryant Keith Alexander. Forthcoming.

hari stephen kumar. "stranger at the gate: a wanderer's glimpses of performance studies" International Review of Qualitative Research. forthcoming.

Han Lee. Queering Race in Cyberspace. in Kevin G. Barnhurst (Ed.), Media Queered: Visibility and Its Discontents. 243-260. 2007.

Srinivas Lankala. "Islam and Terror in India" co-author Paula Chakravartty. in Amrita Basu and
Srirupa Roy (Eds.) Violence and Democracy in India. Berg Publishers: 164-188. (2006).