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New at CAMD: Assistant Professor Susan Mello
This fall, we welcome Assistant Professor Susan Mello to the Communication Studies department, where she will be teaching courses at …
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3Qs: The power and press of black celebrity
In her new book Black Celebrity, Racial Politics, and the Press, Sarah Jackson, an assistant professor of communication studies in …
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