PhD, Ohio University
MS, Ohio University
PhB, Miami University
Office: Luter 252
Phone: (757) 594-7495
Gender Communication, Media Criticism, Interviewing, Communicating Identity, Senior Research
identity, rhetoric of relationships, emerging adulthood, sexuality, gender
- Recipient of the National Communication Association's Caucus on LGBTQ Concerns' Lambda Award recognizing outstanding teaching, advocacy and mentorship of LGBTQ students.
Meyer, M.D.E. (2013). Media, sexuality and identity: Thoughts on the role text, audience and production play in cultural discourse. Sexuality & Culture, 17(3), 379-383.
Meyer, M.D. E. (2013). Slashing Smallville: The interplay of text, audience and production on viewer interpretations of homoeroticism. Sexuality & Culture, 17(3), 476-493.
Meyer, M.D. E., & Wood, M.M. (2013). Sexuality and teen television: Emerging adults respond to representations of queer identity on Glee. Sexuality & Culture, 17(3), 434-448.
Meyer, M.D.E., & Workman, C.B. (in press). Emerging adult usage of social networks as sites of activism: A critical examination of the TOMS and TWLOHA movements. Ohio Communication Journal.
Meyer, M.D. (2012). New directions in critical television studies: Exploring text, audience and production in communication scholarship. Communication Studies, 63(3), 263-268.
Meyer, M.D.E., (in press). The fantasy of Sex and the City: a postcolonial critique of the romantic imaginary, consumerism and globalization. Women's Studies: An Interdisciplinary Journal.
Meyer, M.D. E., & Baughman, L. (2011). Examining the role of relational aggression in understanding sexual experience. In J. Manning, C. Noland, & J. MacLennan (Eds.), Case studies of communication about sex (pp.164-171). Cambridge Scholars.
Meyer, M.D.E., Fallah, A., & Wood, M. (2011). Gender media & madness: Reading a rhetoric of women in crisis through Foucauldian Theory. Review of Communication, 11(3), 216-228.
Meyer, M.D.E. (2010). Representing bisexuality: Exploring intersectionality in television targeted to emerging adults. The Journal of Bisexuality, 10(4), 366-387. [lead article]
Lee, P.W., & Meyer, M.D.E. (2010). "We all have feelings for our girlfriends:" Progressive (?) representations of lesbian lives on The L Word. Sexuality & Culture,14(3), 234-250.
Meyer, M.D.E. (2009). "I'm just trying to find my way like most kids": Bisexuality, adolescence and the drama of One Tree Hill. Sexuality & Culture, 13(4), 237-351.
Meyer, M.D.E., Spencer, M., & French, N.T. (2009). The identity of a "college student": Perceptions of academic rigor among first-year college students. College Student Journal, 43(4), 1070-1079.
Meyer, M.D.E. (2008). "Maybe someday I could play a hooker in something!": Asian-American identity, gender and comedy in the rhetoric of Margaret Cho. In L. Mao & M. Young (Eds.), Representations: Doing Asian American Rhetoric (pp. 279-292). Logan: Utah State University Press.
Meyer, M.D.E. (2007). On remembering the queer self: The impact of memory, trauma and sexuality in interpersonal relationships. Sexuality & Culture, 11, 18-30
Meyer, M.D.E., & Stern, D.M. (2007). The modern(?) Korean woman in prime time: Analyzing the representation of Sun on the Television series Lost. Women's Studies: An Interdisciplinary Journal, 36(5), 313-331. [lead article]
Meyer, M.D.E. (2007). Women speak(ing): Forty years of feminist contributions to rhetoric and an agenda for feminist rhetorical studies. Communication Quarterly, 55, 1-17.