Teaching

Preparing your syllabus for Fall 2020? Here are some suggestions for Race & Media Research for Course Syllabi.

Online Teaching

[Spring 2020] In light of the shift to online teaching in most universities in 2020, here are a few short lecture videos that may be of use in courses focused on political communication and behavior.

Negativity In News Content
Mass Media and Electoral Preferences
It’s (Change in) the (Future) Economy, Stupid
[On the nature of economic news coverage]

Current & Recent Courses

  • Methods for Research on Mass Media, COMM 783, University of Michigan
  • The Biology of Communication, COMM 840, University of Michigan
  • Feeling Political?: Affect, Emotion, and Personality in Political Communication, COMM 490, University of Michigan
  • Media and Democracy, COMM 328 / POLISCI 328, University of Michigan
  • Communication and Political Representation, COMM 463, Michigan
  • Entertainment and Politics: How Movies and TV Shape our Political Preferences, COMM 159, University of Michigan
  • Short Course: Content Analysis in the Social Sciences: From Manual to Automated Approaches, University of Vienna & UT Austin
  • Short Course: Psychophysiological Experiments in Political Communication, McGill Univeristy
  • Evaluating Information and Analyzing Media I, COMM 121, University of Michigan
  • Advanced Statistical Methods, Political Science 618, McGill University
  • Media and Politics, Political Science 424, McGill University
  • Public Opinion and Public Policy, Oslo Summer School in Comparative Social Science Studies 2012, University of Oslo
  • Honours Seminar: Political Representation in Canada, Political Science 521, McGill University
  • Modern Political Analysis, Political Science 616, McGill University
  • Contemporary Politics in Western Europe, Political Science 357, McGill University