Communication Club Co-Advisor
Social Media Administrator
PhD, Ohio University
MS, Southern Illinois University-Edwardsville
BS, Southern Illinois University-Edwardsville
Office: Luter 266
Phone: (757) 594-7131
Media, Culture & Technology; Media Aesthetics; Critical Cultural Theory; Senior Research Seminar; Media & Society
media industries and audiences, feminism, television, online activism
Stern, D.M. (2013). My So-Called Felicity and the City: Coming of age with and through feminist media studies. Sexuality & Culture, 17(3), 417-433.
Stern, D.M., Dunn, J.C., & Manning, J. (Eds.). (2012). Lucky Strikes and a Three Martini Lunch: Thinking about Television's Mad Men. Newcastle, UK: Cambridge Scholars.
Stern, D.M. (2012). It takes a classless, heteronormative, utopian village: Gilmore Girls and the problem of postfeminism. The Communication Review, 15(3), 167-186.
Stern, D.M. (2011). You had me at Foucault: Living pedagogically in the digital age. Text and Performance Quarterly, 21(3), 249-266
Stern, D.M., & Willits, M.D.D. (2011). Social media killed the LMS: Re-imagining the traditional learning management system in the age of blogs and social networks. In C. Wankel (Ed.), Educating educators with social media. Bingley, UK: Emerald.
Stern, D.M. (2010). Is sexting bad? In C. Noland, J. Manning, & J. McLennan (Eds.), Case studies of communication about sex. Newcastle, UK: Cambridge.
Stern, D.M. (chapter proposal accepted). Do I like a girl or do I like a boy? Performing bisexuality on A Shot at Love with Tila Tequila. In T. Carilli & J. Campbell (Eds.), A queer gaze: Media and the global LGBT community. Editors in process of interviewing publishers.
Stern, D.M. (2009). Consuming the Fractured Female: Lessons from MTV's The Real World. The Communication Review, 12(1), 50-77.
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, 1-19.
Stern, D.M. (2006, September). Feminism on record: New York Times' coverage of prime time feminism, 1982-2002. Carolinas Communication Association Annual, 22, 39-47.