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Danielle Stern

Department of Communication


Danielle Stern

Associate Professor

Luter Hall 266
(757) 594-7131
danielle.stern@cnu.edu

Education

  • Ph D in Mass Communications, Ohio University
  • MS in Mass Communications, Southern Illinois University
  • BS in Speech Communication, Southern Illinois University

Teaching

Communicating gender, race, and class; media research methods; media industries; communicating digital media; introduction to women, gender, and sexuality

Research

critical media studies, feminist and queer studies, pedagogy

  • Faculty Excellence Award in Teaching, Christopher Newport University Faculty Senate. (2021)
  • Feminist Teacher-Mentor Award, Organization for the Study of Communication, Language, and Gender. (2019)
  • Ellis-Bochner Autoethnography and Personal Narrative Research Award, NCA Ethnography Division. (2015)
  • Book, Chapter in Scholarly Book-New
    (2020). Grieving Kathy: An interactional autoethnography of cultivating sustainable organizations. Routledge.
  • Book, Chapter in Scholarly Book-New
    (2018). #Transisbeautiful: The Polymediated, Intersectional Feminism of Laverne Cox. Peter Lang. Pages, 77-98.
  • Journal Article, Academic Journal
    (2018). Privileged Pedagogy, Vulnerable Voice: Opening Feminist Doors in the Communication Classroom. Journal of Communication Pedagogy. Volume, 1. Issue, 1. Pages, 40-51.
  • Journal Article, Academic Journal
    (2016). Heteronormative bodies, queer futures: Surveillance, communication technologies, and the interpersonal panopticon. Information, Communication, and Society.
  • Journal Article, Academic Journal
    (2014). Relational aggression on film: An intersectional analysis of Mean Girls.. The Popular Culture Studies Journal. Volume, 2. Pages, 5-34.
  • Journal Article, Academic Journal
    (2014). He won’t hurt us anymore’: A Feminist Performance of Healing for Children who Witness Domestic Violence. Women's Studies in Communication.
  • Journal Article, Academic Journal
    (2014). He won’t hurt us anymore’: A Feminist Performance of Healing for Children who Witness Domestic Violence. Women's Studies in Communication.
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