This book bridges the gap between the George Armstrong Custer who lived and the one we’ve immortalized and mythologized into legend.
This book is a collection of analyses of Eastern European media by some of the most distinguished scholars in the field.
Recognizing Kimberly Douglass for her research focusing on the interface of science and public policy and also on information as a commodity.
Recognizing Amber Roessner for her recent awards from the American Journalism Historians Association.
Co-authors: Michael L. Keene and Jennifer C. Koella
From 1880 to 1920, the first truly national visual culture developed in the United States as a result of the completion of the Pacific Railroad. This work examines depictions of women at the dawn of “mass media,” depictions that would remain influential throughout the twentieth century
Recognizing Erin Whiteside for her research and scholarship in the area of gender diversity in sports media.