Education
UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN-Madison, Wisconsin (1976) Ph.D. Communication Arts. Minor Area: Journalism and Mass Communication

UNIVERSITY OF OREGON, Eugene, Oregon (1973) M.S. Speech (Telecommunications and Film Area) Graduated with Honors

SAN JOSE STATE UNIVERSITY, San Jose, California (1970) B.A. Radio-Television-Film with Journalism minor

EL CAMINO COLLEGE, Torrance, California (1968) A.A. History

Honorary Degrees and Positions
INCA GARCILASO DE LA VEGA UNIVERSITY, Lima, Peru (2013) Doctor of Communication Honoris Causa

UNIVERSITY OF HELSINKI, Helsinki, Finland (1995) Doctor of Social Sciences Honoris Causa

AALBORG UNIVERSITY, Aalborg, Denmark (2007-present) Honorary Professor. Department of Communication and Psychology

Academic Positions: USA
SAN JOSE STATE UNIVERSITY, San Jose, California (1983-present)
Professor Emeritus of Communication Studies. Courses taught: Communication and Culture, Intercultural Communication, Visual Communication, Media Criticism, Public Speaking for Non-native English Speakers. Graduate Seminars: Contemporary Communication, Intercultural Communication, Introduction to Graduate Study, Rhetorical and Critical Studies in Communication

UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA-BERKELEY (January-June 2004)
Visiting Professor. Mass Communications Program

UNIVERSITY OF SAN FRANCISCO, San Francisco, California (Jan-May 1991)
Visiting Professor. Department of Communication Studies

UNIVERSITY OF PITTSBURGH, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania (Aug-Dec. 1982)
Visiting Professor. Semester at Sea International Education Program

UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA-SANTA BARBARA (1976-83)
Assistant Professor of Communication. Taught: Introduction to Mass Media, Mass Communication and Human Behavior, Developing Issues in Broadcasting, Music as Communication, Graduate Seminar: Communication Theory

Academic Positions: International
AALBORG UNIVERSITY, Aalborg, Denmark (2007-present)
Honorary Professor. Department of Communication and Psychology

TECHNOLOGICAL INSTITUTE OF MONTERREY, Monterrey, Mexico (2003-present)
Visiting Professor: Faculty of Communication and Center for Research in Communication and Information. Lecture on communication, culture, and globalization

UNIVERSITY OF ROME, Rome, Italy (Nov-Dec 2005)
Visiting Professor of Communication Sciences. Lectured in Media, Culture, and Globalization, Ethnographic Research

GOLDSMITHS COLLEGE, UNIVERSITY OF LONDON (Jan-July 2002)
Leverhulme Visiting Professor of Media and Communications. Lectured in Graduate Program: Transnational Communications and Global Media, Methods of Cultural Analysis, Reconceptualizing the Media Audience

UNIVERSITY OF COLIMA, Colima, Mexico (Jan 1997-present)
Fulbright Senior Scholar (Jan-Aug 1997). Culture Program, Center for Social Investigation. Presently Adjunct Research Professor

STATE UNIVERSITY OF RIO DE JANEIRO, Brazil (Aug-Dec 1992)
Visiting Professor. Department of Communication Theory. (In Spanish and Portuguese)

CATHOLIC UNIVERSITY OF RIO DE JANEIRO, Brazil (Jan-June 1992)
Fulbright Senior Scholar. Department of Social Communication


Courses Given as Visiting Professor
(Latin American courses conducted in Spanish)

AUTONOMOUS UNIVERSITY OF THE STATE OF MEXICO, Toluca (2012). Department of Communication. Faculty Workshop: “Teaching Communication Resarch”

TECHNOLOGICAL INSTITUTE OF MONTERREY, Chihuahua campus (2010). Department of Social Sciences. Academic Leader lecture series.

AALBORG UNIVERSITY and AARHUS UNIVERSITY, Aalborg, Denmark (2007). Department of Communication and Psychology. Master Class: “Culture-on-Demand.”

AUTONOMOUS UNIVERSITY OF THE STATE OF MEXICO, Toluca (2007). Department of Communication. Faculty Workshop: “Qualitative Methodology in the Studies of Media, Culture, and Communication”

TECHNOLOGICAL INSTITUTE OF MONTERREY, Monterrey campus (2006). Department of Communication. (With Prof. Gabriela Pedroza) Graduate Seminar: "Communication, Culture, and Globalization"

TECHNOLOGICAL INSTITUTE OF MONTERREY, State of Mexico campus (2005). Department of Communication. System-wide faculty seminar: "Media Globalization"

AUTONOMOUS NATIONAL UNIVERSITY OF MEXICO (UNAM), Mexico City (2003). Department of Communication. Graduate Seminar: "Qualitative Methodology in Studies of Media, Communication, Culture"

INTERCONTINENTAL UNIVERSITY, Mexico City (2003). School of Communication Sciences. Faculty workshop: "Encounters with Culture in the Communication Age"

AUTONOMOUS UNIVERSITY OF SAN LUIS POTOSÍ, Mexico (April 2002). Mexican National Council for Teaching and Research in Communication Science: "Globalization and Culture"

ITESO (JESUIT UNIVERSITY), Guadalajara, Mexico (May 2001). Department of Sociocultural Studies. Graduate seminar: "Globalization and Culture"

NATIONAL UNIVERSITY OF RIO CUARTO, Rio Cuarto, Argentina (April 2001). Department of Communication Sciences. Graduate Seminar: "Superculture"

DIEGO PORTALES UNIVERSITY, Santiago, Chile (Nov-Dec 2000). Faculty of Communication and Information Sciences. Graduate Seminar: "Tendencies in Communication and Cultural Research"

AUTONOMOUS UNIVERSITY OF BAJA CALIFORNIA, Tijuana, Mexico (Sept 2000). School of Humanities. Featured Seminar for Humanities Week: "Music, Culture, and Communication"

UNIVERSITY OF SAO PAULO, São Paulo, Brazil (August 2000). School of Communication Sciences and Arts. Graduate Seminar: "Cultural Studies, Ethnography, and Media Reception"

DOS SINOS RIVER VALLEY UNIVERSITY, Porto Alegre, Brazil (May 2000). Program in Communication Sciences. Graduate Seminar: "Cultural Studies and Qualitative Reception Research"

IBEROAMERICANA UNIVERSITY, León campus, Mexico (April 2000). Department of Human Sciences. Graduate Seminar: "Media and Contemporary Cultures"

DIEGO PORTALES UNIVERSITY, Santiago, Chile (Nov-Dec 1999). Faculty of Communication and Information Sciences. Graduate Seminar: "Tendencies in Cultural Research"

UNIVERSITY OF MALAGA, Málaga, Spain (May-June 1999). Faculty of Information Sciences. Graduate Seminar: "Ethnography and Cultural Studies;" Undergraduate Course: "Popular Communication and Cultural Identity"

IBEROAMERICANA UNIVERSITY, Tijuana campus, Mexico (Sept 1997). School of Communication. Graduate seminar: "Qualitative Methodology in Communication Research"

IBEROAMERICANA UNIVERSITY, León campus, Mexico (June 1997). Department of Human Sciences. Graduate Seminar: "Methodological Approaches to Media Studies"

FEDERAL UNIVERSITY OF JUIZ DE FORA, Juiz de Fora, Brazil (July 1996). Faculty of Communication, Department of Journalism. Seminars: "The Excluded Ones" and "Contemporary Cultural Research"

UNIVERSITY OF GOTHENBURG, Gothenburg, Sweden (June 1995). Department of Journalism and Mass Communication. Graduate Seminar: "Ethnography and Cultural Studies"

TECHNOLOGICAL INSTITUTE OF MONTERREY, Federal District, Mexico (Jan 1995). Department of Communication. Graduate Seminar: "Social Theory and the Media: Toward an Electronic Culture"

UNIVERSITY OF JYVASKYLA, Jyvaskyla, Finland (June 1994). Research Unit for Contemporary Culture. Graduate Seminar: "Qualitative Media Research"

UNIVERSITY OF COPENHAGEN, Copenhagen, Denmark (Oct 1992). Nordic Countries' Joint Research Seminar. Graduate Seminar: "Ethnography and Media Research"

IBEROAMERICANA UNIVERSITY, Mexico City, Mexico (June 1991). Institute for the Study of Communication and Social Practice. Graduate Seminar: "Ethnography and Communication"

THE PEOPLE'S UNIVERSITY OF CHINA, Beijing, China (Oct-Nov 1989). Department of Journalism and Mass Communication. "Comparative Media Systems"

CENTRAL UNIVERSITY OF VENEZUELA, Caracas, Venezuela (Jan 1988). Department of Social Communication. Graduate Seminar: "Qualitative Methodology in Social Research"

Distinctions, Awards, Editorial Service
Member: International Scientific Committee: Master’s program in Digital Communication Research, University of the Hemispheres, Quito, Ecuador, 2017.

Designated Academic Leader, Technological Institute of Monterrey, Chihuahua campus, Mexico, 2010

Member: Editorial Board: Comunicación y Sociedad journal. University of Guadalajara, Mexico.

Member: Editorial Board: Medie Kultur journal, Society of Media Researchers, Denmark.

Designated Honorary Professor, Department of Communication and Psychology, Aalborg University, Aalborg, Denmark, 2007.

Founding Editorial Board Member: Scientific journal of Associación Latinoamericana de Investigadores de la Comunicación (ALAIC), 2004.

Honored: Named "Kentucky Colonel" by the Commonwealth of Kentucky for service as military journalist in Vietnam War, 2004.

Member: International Advisory Committee, "Media and Globalization in North America" project. Technological Institute of Monterrey, Mexico, 2003-present.

Founding Member of International Editorial Committee: "Contemporary Communication" book series, Loyola Editorial, São Paulo, Brazil.

Leverhulme Trust Fellowship: Goldsmiths College, University of London, 2002.

Keynote speaker: International Congress of BIENAL Spanish-American Communication Association, Puebla, Mexico, 2001. (in Spanish)

Austen D. Warburton Award of Merit: Outstanding Scholarly Achievement in the Social Sciences, San Jose State University, 2001.

Keynote speaker: National Meeting of Bolivian Communication Researchers, La Paz, Bolivia, 2000. (in Spanish)

Faculty Merit Award: San Jose State University, 1999-2000.

Keynote U.S. Speaker: Binacom Encuentro. San Diego, 1999.

Presidential Merit Award: San Jose State University, 1998-99.

National Award: "Outstanding Contribution to Communication Scholarship," American Communication Association, October, 1998.

Inaugural Speaker: The Media Academy. Gothenburg, Sweden, Oct 1997.

Keynote Speaker: Latin American Federation of Social Communication Faculties. Lima, Peru, Oct 1997. (in Spanish)

Performance-based Salary Step Increase (PSSI), San Jose State University, 1997.

International Assessor: Journal of Studies of Contemporary Culture. Mexico, 1997- present.

Senior Research Fellow: Fulbright Commission, Cultural Program, University of Colima, Jan-Aug, 1997.

Performance-based Salary Step Increase (PSSI), San Jose State University, 1996.

Senior Research Fellow: Fulbright Commission, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, Feb-June, 1992.

"Best Book" Award: Media and Values Journal for World Families Watch Television, 1991.

Invited Guest Speaker: Schmidt Honorary Lecture Series, Santa Clara University, Santa Clara, California, 1991.

Invited Distinguished Presenter: Inter-American Society of Psychology, San Jose, Costa Rica, 1991.

Leadership Award: Educational Enhancement Task Force, San Jose State University, 1989.

Founding Editorial Board Member: Critical Studies in Mass Communication, 1983-91.

Editorial Board Member: Journal of Broadcasting and Electronic Media, 1980-90.

Selected for Who's Who in Music for edited book, Popular Music and Communication, 1989.

Invited Distinguished Presenter: Inter-American Society of Psychology, Buenos Aires, Argentina, 1989.

Meritorious Performance and Professional Promise Award: San Jose State University, 1987-88.

Meritorious Performance and Professional Promise Award: San Jose State University, 1986-87.

Annual Research Award: "The Uses and Effects of Broadcast Media: A New Theoretical Perspective," Broadcast Education Association, 1984.

Prize Fund Monograph Award: "The Social Uses of Television," National Communication Association, 1981.

Elected Secretary of Mass Communication Division, International Communication Association, 1980-81.

Manuscript Reviewer: The Harvard International Journal of Press/Politics, Asian Studies Review, Ethnography, Journal of Communication, International Journal of Cultural Studies, Journalism and Mass Communication Quarterly, European Journal of Cultural Studies, Journal of the American Medical Association, Cultural Studies, Theory, Culture and Society.

Publications - Books
Coopman, Stephanie and James Lull (2017). Public Speaking: The Evolving Art. (4th Edition) Boston, MA: Wadsworth.

Lull, James (2014). The Moon Will Not be Eaten by Clouds: Personal Encounters that Shaped a Life. San Jose, CA: East Side Books.

Coopman, Stephanie and James Lull (2014). Public Speaking: The Evolving Art. (3rd Edition) Boston, MA: Wadsworth.

Lull, James (2013). China Turned On: Television, Reform, and Resistance. London: Routledge. Re-publication of original volume in Routledge Revival series and as e-book.

Lull, James (2013). Inside Family Viewing: Ethnographic Research on Television’s Audiences. London: Routledge. Re-publication of original volume in Routledge Revival series and as e-book.

Lull, James & Eduardo Neiva (2012). The Language of Life: How Communication Drives Human Evolution. Amherst, NY: Prometheus Books.

Coopman, Stephanie and James Lull (2012). Public Speaking: The Evolving Art. (2nd Edition) Boston, MA: Wadsworth.

Coopman, Stephanie and James Lull (2008). Public Speaking: The Evolving Art. Boston, MA: Wadsworth.

Lull, James (2007). Culture-on-Demand: Communication in a Crisis World. Oxford, UK: Wiley-Blackwell.

Lull, James (ed.) (2001). Culture in the Communication Age. London: Routledge.
Also published in Chinese complex characters by Weber Publications, Taipei, Taiwan.

Lull, James (2000). Media, Communication, Culture: A Global Approach (revised edition). Cambridge, England: Polity Press (co-published in USA by Columbia University Press).
Also published in Chinese complex characters by Weber Publications, Tapei, Taiwan; Ukranian by K.I.S. Publishing, Kiev (2002); Chinese simplified characters by The Commercial Press, Beijing, China (in press); English-language edition for India, Jaipur: Rawat Publications (2013).

Lull, James & Stephen Hinerman (eds.) (1997). Media Scandals: Morality and Desire in the Popular Culture Marketplace. Cambridge, England: Polity Press (co-published in USA by Columbia University Press, 1997).

Lull, James (1995). Media, Communication, Culture: A Global Approach. Cambridge, England: Polity Press (co-published in USA by Columbia University Press, 1995).
Also published in Indonesian by Yayasan Obor Indonesia, Jakarta; Spanish by Amorrortu, Buenos Aires; Romanian by Editura Antet, Bucharest; Turkish by Vadi Yayinlari, Ankara.

Lull, James (ed.) (1992). Popular Music and Communication (revised edition). Newbury Park, CA: Sage Publications.
Also published in Turkish by Booyut Yayincilik Ve Tic, A.S., Istanbul.

Lull, James (1991). China Turned On: Television, Reform, and Resistance. London: Routledge.
Also published in Japanese by Iwanami Shoten Publishers, Tokyo; Portuguese by Rio Fundo Editora, Rio de Janeiro.

Lull, James (1990). Inside Family Viewing: Ethnographic Research on Television's Audiences. London: Routledge.
Also published in Italian by Meltemi Editore, Rome.

Lull, James (ed.) (1988). World Families Watch Television. Newbury Park, CA: Sage Publications.

Lull, James (ed.) (1987). Popular Music and Communication. Newbury Park, CA: Sage Publications.

Publications - Book Chapters
Lull, James (2013). “Prologue,” in Amaro La Rosa Pinedo, Construcción de la Agenda Mediática: Una Mirada al Interior de la Comunicación. Lima, Peru: Fondo Editorial de la Universidad de San Martín de Porres. (in Spanish)

Lull, James (2012). "North America: Continent of cultural change," in J. Castro-Rea (ed.), Our North America: From Turtle Island to the Security and Prosperity Partnership. Farnham, Surrey, UK: Ashgate Publishing.

Lull, James (2010). “The evolution of open communication for a world in crisis,” in Jannet Valero and Lenin Martell (eds.), The Academic Agenda for Open Communication. Mexico City: Miguel Ángel Porrúa/UAEM/UNAM (in Spanish).

Lull, James (2009). “Preface,” in P. Cesar, D. Geerts, and K. Chorianopoulos (eds.), Social Interactive Television. Hershey, PA: IGI Global.

Lull, James (2005). "The push and pull of global culture," in D. Morley & J. Curran (eds.), Media and Cultural Theory. London: Routledge.

Lull, James (2002). "The superculture," in M. Loeffelholz & A. Hepp (eds.), Transcultural Communication. Konstanz: Universitaetsverlag Konstanz (in German).

Lull, James (2001). "Multiculturalism and the superculture," in Cicilia M. Krohlig Peruzzo (ed.), Communication and Multiculturalism. Sao Paulo, Brazil: INTERCOM (in Portuguese).

Lull, James (2001). "Communication Studies and culture in the era of globalization," Analysis and Agenda of Communication Research in Bolivia. La Paz: Association of Bolivian Communication Researchers. (in Spanish).

Lull, James (2001). "Global cultural politics and Asian civilizations," in B. Moeran (ed.), Asian Advertising and Media. London: Curzon (co-published in USA by University of Hawaii Press, Honolulu).

Lull, James (2001). "Superculture for the Communication Age," in J. Lull (ed.), Culture in the Communication Age. London: Routledge.

Lull, James (2001). "Introduction: Why the 'Communication Age?'," in J. Lull (ed.), Culture in the Communication Age. London: Routledge.

Lull, James (2000). "On finding my older Finnish brother," in T. Rantanen & R. Levo-Henriksson (eds.), Media in Society. Helsinki: Helsinki University Press.

Lull, James (1998). "The telenovela: We keep loving you," in J. Gonzalez (ed.), The Brotherhood of Unending Emotions. Guadalajara: University of Guadalajara Press.

Lull, James & Stephen Hinerman (1997). "The search for scandal," in James Lull & Stephen Hinerman (eds.), Media Scandals: Morality and Desire in the Popular Culture Marketplace. Cambridge, U.K.: Polity Press; New York: Columbia University Press.

Lull, James (1997). "Meaning in motion," in Monica Rector (ed.), Critical Studies on Postmodernism and Communication. Rio de Janeiro, Brazil: Vozes (in Portuguese).

Lull, James (1997). "China turned on (revisited): Television, reform, and resistance," in Oliver Boyd-Barrett, Jim McKenna, Annabelle Sreberny-Mohammodi, and Dwayne Winseck (eds.), Media in Global Contexts. London: Edward Arnold.

Lull, James (1997). "The art of scholarship: A personal reflection on the style and science of Karl Erik Rosengren," in Ulla Carlsson (ed.), Beyond Media Uses and Effects. Gothenburg, Sweden: NORDICOM Publishing.

Lull, James & Roger Wallis (1992). "The beat of West Vietnam," in James Lull (ed.), Popular Music and Communication: Revised Edition. Newbury Park, CA: Sage Publications.

Lull, James (1991). "Introduction," in Michelle Wolf and Al Kielwasser (eds.), The Body Electric: Mass Communication and Sex-role Socialization. New York: Harworth Press.

Lull, James (1990). "Family social uses of television as extensions of the household," in Jennings Bryant (ed.), Television and the American Family. Hillsdale, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum.

Lull, James (1988). "The social uses of television (revisited)," in Arthur Asa Berger (ed.), Media USA. New York: Longman.

Lull, James (1988). "The family and television in world cultures," in James Lull (ed.), World Families Watch Television. Newbury Park, CA: Sage Publications.

Lull, James & Se-Wen Sun (1988). "Agent of modernization: Television and urban Chinese families," in James Lull (ed.), World Families Watch Television. Newbury Park, CA: Sage Publications.

Lull, James (1988). "Constructing rituals of extension through family television viewing," in James Lull (ed.), World Families Watch Television. Newbury Park, CA: Sage Publications.

Lull, James (1987). "Popular music and communication: An introduction," in James Lull (ed.), Popular Music and Communication. Newbury Park, CA: Sage Publications.

Lull, James (1986). "Thrashing in the pit: An ethnography of San Francisco punk subculture," in Thomas Lindlof (ed.), Natural Audiences: Qualitative Research on Media Uses and Effects. Norwood, NJ: Ablex.

Lull, James (1985). "Ideology, television, and interpersonal communication," in Gary Gumpert and Robert Cathcart (eds.), Inter/Media. New York: Oxford University Press.

Lull, James (1985). "The naturalistic study of media use and youth culture," in K.E. Rosengren, Lawrence Wenner, and Philip Palmgreen (eds.), Current Perspectives on Media Gratifications Research. Beverly Hills, CA: Sage Publications.

Lull, James (1984). "Ethnographic studies of broadcast media audiences," in Joseph Dominick and James Fletcher (eds.), Broadcast Research Methods. Boston: Allyn and Bacon.

Lull, James (1981). "The social uses of television in family settings and a critique of receivership skills," in Milton E. Ploghoft and James A. Anderson (eds.), Education for the Television Age. Athens, OH: Ohio University Press.

Publications - Journal Articles
Lull, James and Eduardo Neiva (2010). "Communicating culture: An evolutionary explanation." Comunicar 36 (Andalucia, Spain: in English and Spanish).

Lull, James (2009). “The open spaces of global communication,” Frontiers: Journal of Media Studies Vol. 11, No. 2 (Porto Alegre, Brazil; in Portuguese).

Lull, James and Eduardo Neiva (2008). “Communicating change: The promise of human evolution.” Matrizes 2 (São Paulo, Brazil; in Portuguese).

Lull, James (2008). “The active pleasures of expression and communication.” Comunicar 30: 21-26 (Andalucia, Spain; in Spanish).

Lull, James (2007). “Television and communicational space: The clash of global hegemonies.” New Review of Film and Television Studies 5: 97-110.

Lull, James (2002). “Review essay: Zygmunt Bauman.” International Journal of Cultural Studies 5: 105-111.

Lull, James (2000). "Superculture for the Communication Age," Frontiers: Journal of Media Studies 2: 9-25 (Porto Alegre, Brazil; in Portuguese)

Lull, James (1999). "The search for media scandals," Journal of Studies of Contemporary Culture 5: 61-93 (Guadalajara-Colima, Mexico; in Spanish).

Lull, James (1998). "Hybrids, fronts, borders: The challenge of cultural analysis in Mexico," European Journal of Cultural Studies 1: 403-418.

Lull, James (1998). "Cultural co-motion and global communication," Nordicom Information Journal 20: 19-26 (Gothenburg, Sweden; journal in Swedish, article in English).

Lull, James, Tufte, Thomas, & Jacks, Nilda (1998). "An interview with James Lull; in Cultural Studies, the South exists too" Causas y Azares 7: 145-153 (Buenos Aires; in Spanish).

Lull, James & Teresa Marquez Chang (1998). "Amidst the dances, sports, and scandals: An interview with James Lull," Journal of Communication (Mexico City; in Spanish).

Lull, James (1997). "Help! Culture and identity in the 21st century," Communication Dialogues 48: 57-67. (Lima, Peru; in Spanish)

Lull, James (1997). "The political correctness of Cultural Studies," Communication and Society 29: 55-71. (Guadalajara, Mexico: University of Guadalajara; in Spanish)

Lull, James (1992). "Television, reform, and resistance in China: An ethnographic study," The Journal of Comunication and Social Practice 4: 75-96. (Mexico City; in Spanish)

Lull, James (1992). "The structuration of the television audience," Communication Dialogues 32: 50-57. (Lima, Peru; in Spanish)

Lull, James (1990). "Music in culture: How music communicates," Sonolux Group Media Journal: Jan/Feb: 4-8. (Munich, Germany; in English).

Lull, James (1988). "The audience as nuisance," Criticial Studies in Mass Communication 5: 239-243.

Lull, James (1987). "Audience texts and contexts," Critical Studies in Mass Communication 4: 318-322.

Wang, Jiangang & James Lull (1986). "Unique audience research and a beneficial exchange: The ethnography of urban Chinese families," Chinese Journal of the International Journalistic Society 31: 23-26. (Beijing, PRC; in Chinese)

Sun, Se-Wen & James Lull (1986). "The adolescent audience for music videos and why they watch," Journal of Communication 36: 115-125.

Lull, James (1985). "On the communicative properties of music," Communication Research 12: 363-372.

Lull, James, Anthony Mulac, & Shelly L. Rosen (1983). "Feminism as a predictor of mass media use," Sex Roles: A Journal of Research 9: 165-177.

Lull, James (1982). "How families select television programs: A mass observational study," Journal of Broadcasting and Electronic Media 26: 801-811.

Lull, James (1982). "A rules approach to the study of television and society," Human Communication Research 9: 3-16.

Lull, James (1982). "Popular music: Resistance to new wave," Journal of Communication 32: 121-131.

Lull, James, L.M. Johnson & Donald Edmond (1981). "Radio listeners' electronic media habits," Journal of Broadcasting and Electronic Media 25: 25-36.

Lull, James & Joseph Cappella (1981). "Slicing the attitude pie: A new approach to attitude measurement," Communication Quarterly 29: 67-80.

Lull, James (1980). "Family communication patterns and the social uses of television," Communication Research 7: 319-334.

Lull, James (1980). "The social uses of television," Human Communication Research 6: 197-209.

Lull, James (1980). "The explanatory power of ethnomethodology," Contemporary Psychology 25: 573-574.

Lull, James (1980). "Girls' favorite television females," Journalism Quarterly 57: 146-150.

Lull, James (1978). "Effectiveness of a television counter advertisement," Journalism Quarterly 55: 711-715.

Lull, James (1978). "Choosing television programs by family vote," Communication Quarterly 26: 53-57.

Lull, James, L.M. Johnson & Carol Sweeny (1978). "Audiences for contemporary radio formats," Journal of Broadcasting and Electronic Media 22: 439-453.

Lull, James, Catherine A. Hanson & Michael Marx (1977). "Recognition of female stereotypes in television commercials," Journalism Quarterly 54: 153-157.

Lull, James (1974). "Counter advertising: Persuasiveness of the anti-Bayer television spot," Journal of Broadcasting and Electronic Media 18: 353-360.

Popular Media Appearances
Talk Radio Network: Science Fantastic with Michio Kaku
Cable News Network (CNN)
CNN Headline News
British Broadcasting Corporation (London)
YLE Finnish National Television Corporation (Helsinki)
KGO-TV (San Francisco)
KRON-TV (San Francisco)
San Jose Mercury News
Los Angeles Times
San Francisco Chronicle
Honolulu Advertiser
International Herald Tribune
Houston Chronicle
Minneapolis Star

WCCO (Minneapolis)
KABC (Los Angeles)
WYUR (Detroit)
KGO (San Francisco)
Swedish National Radio
National Public Radio (NPR)
KROQ (Los Angeles)
WNYC (New York)
WMAL (Washington, D.C.)
SPEAK Magazine
City TV, Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Ecuador TV (Quito)

Scholarly Papers and Presentations
(all presentations in Latin America given in Spanish)

Lull, James “The Science of Communication and the Communication of Science,” Humanist Society of Silicon Valley, Palo Alto, California, 2015.

Lull, James, “Families Watch Television: Thirty Years of Research,” keynote address to the International Communication Seminar, Inca Garcilaso de la Vega University, Lima, Peru, 2013.

Lull, James, “Evolutionary Communication,” University of Colima, Mexico, 2013.

Lull, James “The Evolutionary Functions of Radio: Survival and Community,” BIENAL International Radio Conference, Mexico City, 2012.

Lull, James “The Power of Evolutionary Communication,” Autonomous University of the State of Mexico, Toluca, 2012.

Lull, James “Globalization and Culture,” One World Week, University of Warwick, England, 2012.

Lull, James “The Power of Evolutionary Communication,” CIESPAL (The International Center of Advanced Studies in Communication for Latin America), Quito, Ecuador, 2011.

Lull, James "Nature, Culture, and Communication," Across Media Conference, Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Trondheim, Norway, 2011.

Lull, James “The Great Chain of Communication: Human Evolution’s Driving Force,” Technological Institute of Monterrey, Chihuahua campus, Mexico. 2010.

Lull, James “Culture-on-Demand: The Personalization of Contemporary Communication Practices,” Finis Terrae University, Santiago, Chile, 2009.

Lull, James “Culture-on-Demand: The Personalization of Contemporary Communication Practices,” The University of Development, Santiago, Chile, 2009.

Lull, James “The Great Chain of Communication: The Promise of Human Evolution,” Diego Portales University, Santiago, Chile, 2009.

Lull, James “Culture-on-Demand: The Personalization of Contemporary Communication Practices,” Mayor University, Santiago, Chile, 2009.

Lull, James “Culture-on-Demand: The Personalization of Contemporary Communication Practices,” Media Education Seminar, Chilean National Television Council and Diego Portales University, Santiago, Chile, 2009.

Lull, James “The Great Chain of Communication," Annenberg School for Communication, University of Southern California, Los Angeles, 2008.

Lull, James “The Audacity of Hope: An Evolutionary Principle,” Dean’s symposium, College of Social Sciences, San José State University, San José, California, 2008.

Lull, James “Communicating Change: The Promise of Human Evolution,” at the Media, Communication and Humanity conference, London School of Economics and Political Science, London, 2008.

Lull, James “Culture-on-Demand.” University of Tampere, Finland, 2007.

Lull, James “Culture-on-Demand.” Malmö University, Sweden, 2007.

Lull, James “The Evolution of Open Communication in a Crisis World. Rector’s Address, Aalborg University, Denmark, 2007.

Lull, James “Mobile Expression.” Danish Association of Media Researchers, Odense, Denmark. 2007.

Lull, James “The Evolution of Open Communication for a World in Crisis.” Autonomous University of the State of Mexico, Toluca. 2007.

Lull, James "The Open and Closed Spaces of Global Communication." Mexican Association of Communication Researchers (AMIC), Veracruz, Tabasco, Mexico. 2007.

Lull, James “Culture-on-Demand: Communication in a Crisis World.” Goldsmiths College, University of London, England. 2007.

Lull, James “Culture-on-Demand: Communication in a Crisis World.” London School of Economics and Political Science, London, England. 2007.

Lull, James "Fundamentalism and Cosmopolitanism in the Crisis World." Technological Institute of Monterrey, Guadalajara campus, Mexico. 2006.

Lull, James "Hybridity and Cultural Identity in Our North America." University of Alberta, Edmonton, Canada. 2006.

Lull, James "Cultural Programming, Human Expression, and the Global Push and Pull." University of Lugano, Switzerland. 2005.

Lull, James "The Global Push and Pull." Gregorian University, Rome, Italy. 2005.

Lull, James "The Push and Pull of Culture." Goldsmiths College, University of London, England. 2005.

Lull, James "Cultural Globalization." Catholic University, Valparaiso, Chile. 2005.

Lull, James "New Directions in Culture and Communication." Diego Portales University, Santiago, Chile. 2005.

Lull, James "The Push and Pull of Culture." Royal Roads University, Victoria, B.C., Canada. 2005.

Lull, James "The Open (and Closed) Spaces of Global Communication." Epidemics and Transborder Violence conference. Hong Kong Baptist University/Westminster University. 2004.

Lull, James "The Open (and Closed) Spaces of Global Communication." Monterrey Institute of Technology-Mexico (Federal District) campus. 2004.

Lull, James "Culture in the Communication Age," Monterrey Institute of Technology-Mexico (Federal District) campus. 2004.

Lull, James "The Open (and Closed) Spaces of Global Communication." Center of Research in Communication and Information. Monterrey Institute of Technology- Monterrey, Mexico. 2004.

Lull, James "Global Brazil and the Push and Pull of Culture." Brazil-USA Colloquium on Communication Studies. University of Texas, Austin. 2004.

Lull, James "Cultural Expression." Media and Migration Seminar. Swiss National Academy of Science. Zurich, Switzerland. 2004.

Lull, James "From Individualism to Global Transparency: Is Human Development Possible Through Complex Connectivity?" The National Council for Teaching and Research in Communication (CONEICC). Guadalajara, Mexico. 2003.

Lull, James "Superculture for the Communication Age." Technological Institute of Higher Education conference. Monterrey Institute of Technology-Guadalajara campus, Mexico. 2003.

Lull, James "The Push and Pull of Global Culture." Intercontinental University, Mexico City. Comunicósfera conference. 2003.

Lull, James "Cultures and Supercultures in the Global Push and Pull." Alter-Ego conference. Monterrey Institute of Technology, Monterrey, Mexico. 2003.

Lull, James "New Complexities and Dynamics of Contemporary Cultural Construction," INTERCOM (Brazilian Society for Interdisciplinary Studies in Communication), Salvador, Brazil, 2002.

Lull, James "Brazilian Culture in the Communication Age," Centre for Brazilian Studies, University of Oxford, England, 2002.

Lull, James "Theorizing Globalization and Media: Hybridization, Localization, Glocalization," London School of Economics and Political Science, London, 2002.

Lull, James "Thinking Through the Push and Pull of Culture," Media Program, London School of Economics and Political Science, London, 2002.

Lull, James "Culture and Globalization in Democratic Mexico," Mexico Week Congress, London School of Economics and Political Science, London, 2002.

Lull, James "DIY Life! Globalization, Communication, and the Push and Pull of Culture," Goldsmiths College, University of London, England, 2002.

Lull, James "Struggles Over Culture: Symbolic Forms, Information Technology, and the Global Push and Pull," Centre for Communication and Information Studies, University of Westminster, London, England, 2002.

Lull, James "The Push and Pull of Culture," After Media Studies? Dialogues for the Future: Transeuropean, Transatlantic, and Transnational Perspectives conference, Goldsmiths College, University of London and Department of Culture and Communication, New York University, London, 2002.

Lull, James "Tradition and Change," Department of Sociology and Social Policy, University of Durham, England, 2002.

Lull, James "The Push and Pull in Struggles Over Culture," School of Journalism, Media, and Cultural Studies, Cardiff University, Wales.

Lull, James "Supercultures in the Global Push and Pull," School of African and Oriental Studies, University of London, England, 2002.

Lull, James "The push and pull of culture: Globalization, transnationalism, and the possibility of the 'in between,'" Annual congress of the Media, Culture, and Communication Studies Association, London, 2002.

Lull, James "Globalization, Cultural Programming, and the Superculture," Annual international congress of BIENAL: Spanish-American Communication Association, Puebla, Mexico, 2001.

Lull, James "Latin American Cultural Futures," La Casa ITESO-Clavigero, Guadalajara, Mexico, 2001.

Lull, James "Fragments of Everyday Television and Other Technologies," Public launch of Fragmentos by Ana Isabel Zermeño Flores, Colima, Mexico, 2001.

Lull, James "Communication and Culture in the Era of Globalization," National Meeting of Bolivian Communication Researchers, La Paz, Bolivia, 2000.

Lull, James "Multiculturalism and the Superculture," INTERCOM (Brazilian Society for Interdisciplinary Studies in Communication), Manaus, Brazil, 2000.

Lull, James,"Superculture for the Communication Age," Crossroads in Cultural Studies Conference. Birmingham, England, 2000.

Lull, James, "The Superculture in Cultural Convergence and Diversity," Iberoamericana Communication Congress (IBERCOM), Santiago, Chile, 2000.

Lull, James, "Superculture and the Digital Divide," Binational Communication meeting (BINACOM), San Diego-Tijuana, 2000.

Lull, James, "Cultural Zones and the Triumph Over Pessimism," Autonomous University of Barcelona, Spain, 1999.

Lull, James, "Culture and Identity in Globalization," University of Sevilla, Spain, 1999.

Lull, James, "New cultural frontiers in the Asian region," Asian Advertising and Media Conference, Department of Japanese Studies, University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong SAR, 1998.

Lull, James, "Cultural Power and Global Communication," Conference on Interdisciplinary Theory and Research on Intercultural Relations, California State University, Fullerton, 1998.

Lull, James, "Cultural Co-motion and Global Communication," inaugural address to The Media Academy, Gothenburg, Sweden, 1997.

Lull, James, "Help! Culture and Identity in the 21st Century," Latin American Federation of Social Communication Faculties, Lima, Peru, 1997.

Lull, James, "The Search for Scandal," Distinguished Speaker Series, Haverford College, Philadelphia, 1997.

Lull, James, "The Global Cultural Consequences of Interactive Media," Interactive Television 96, University of Edinburgh, Scotland, 1996.

Lull, James, "Symbolic Communication and The Cultural Imagination," Annenberg School for Communication, University of Pennsylvania, 1996.

Lull, James, "The Political Correctness of Cultural Studies," International Association for Media and Communication Research, Sydney, Australia, 1996.

Lull, James, "Street Culture," Federal University of Juiz de Fora, Brazil, 1996.

Lull, James, "The Prospect of Cultural Studies," University of Goteborg, Sweden, 1995.

Lull, James, "Ethnography and Cultural Identity," University of Trondheim, Norway, 1995.

Lull, James, "What Things Appear to Be: Global Communication and Cultural Power," University of Jyvaskyla, Finland, 1995.

Lull, James, "Communication and Political Change Around the Baltic Sea," Faculty of Social Sciences, University of Helsinki, Finland, 1995.

Lull, James, "Meaning in Motion: Image, Immigration, and Identity in Late Modernity," Faculty of Sociology and Psychology, University of Puerto Rico, San Juan, Puerto Rico, 1995.

Lull, James, "Popular Music, Cultural Identity, and Cultural Power," Caribbean Popular Music Association, San Juan, Puerto Rico, 1995.

Lull, James, "New Media, New Cultures," School of Communication, San Diego State University, California, 1995

Lull, James, "Mexico and the Concept of the Public Sphere," The Center for Advanced Communications, Mexico City, Mexico, 1995.

Lull, James, "Mediating the Political Economy: Reception Research and Historical Context," International Association for Media and Communication Research, Seoul, Korea, 1994.

Lull, James, "The Qualitative Study of the People's Republic of China," International Association for Media and Communication Research, Seoul, Korea, 1994.

Lull, James, "The Qualitative Turn in Media Reception Research," Tokyo University, Tokyo, Japan, 1994.

Lull, James, "Mass Media and the New Cultural Territories," Academy of Finland, Jyvaskyla, Finland, 1994.

Lull, James, "Meeting the Challenge of Qualitative Reception Research," University of Helsinki, Helsinki, Finland, 1994.

Lull, James, "Current Directions in Communication Research," School of Communication, San Diego State University, California, 1994.

Lull, James, "Unmanageable Cultures: Popular Struggles in China and Brazil," Union for Democratic Communications, Havana, Cuba, 1993.

Lull, James, "Ethnography of and for What?" University of Copenhagen, Denmark, and University of Aarhus, Denmark, 1992.

Lull, James, "Estructuracion de las Audiencias Masivas," INTERCOM (Brazilian Society for Interdisciplinary Studies in Communication), Sao Paulo, Brazil, 1992.

Lull, James, "Etnografia y Estudios de Comunicacion Moderna," INTERCOM (Brazilian Society for Interdisciplinary Studies in Communication), Sao Paulo, Brazil, 1992.

Lull, James, "The Importance of Anthropology in the Study of Communication in the United States," Brazilian Association of Anthropology, Belo Horizonte, Brazil, 1992.

Lull, James, "Rules and Communication Theory," International Association for Media and Communication Research, Guaruja, Brazil, 1992.

Lull, James, "Testing the Media Manipulation Hypothesis: The Case of China," Catholic University of Rio de Janeiro and the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, 1992.

Lull, James, "The Electronic Amplification of Contradiction: Television, Politics, and Culture," and "The Structuration of Media Audiences Worldwide," Santa Clara University, California, 1991.

Lull, James, "Constructing Cultural Consciousness in a (Post)Modern World," Inter-American Congress of the American Psychological Association, San Jose, Costa Rica, 1991.

Lull, James, "Etnografia y el Estudio de Comunicacion Social," State University of Toluca, Toluca, Mexico, 1990.

Lull, James, "Freedom, Democracy, and Television in the People's Republic of China," International Association for Media and Communication Research, Bled, Yugoslavia, 1990.

Lull, James, "Television, Reform, and Resistance in the People's Republic of China," International Communication Association, Dublin, Ireland, 1990.

Lull, James, "World Cultures' Television Rituals of Extension," Conference on Communication and Culture, Temple University, Philadelphia, 1989.

Lull, James, "Qualitative Empirical Approaches to Interpersonal and Mass Communication Research," Inter-American Congress of the American Psychological Association, Buenos Aires, Argentina, 1989.

Lull, James, "Communication Science and Cultural Studies: Communication Theory for the Future," Catholic University, Porto Alegre, Brazil, 1989.

Lull, James, "China's New Star: The Reformation on Prime-time Television," International Communication Association, San Francisco, 1989.

Lull, James, "Claiming Cultural Space in the Postmodern Age," International Communication Association, San Francisco, 1989.

Lull, James, "Representations of the Audience in the Writing of Cultural Studies' Fictions," International Association for Media and Communication Research, Barcelona, Spain, 1988.

Lull, James & Roger Wallis, "West Vietnam: Constructing the Youth Culture in America," International Communication Association, New Orleans, 1988.

Lull, James, "Dancing to Communicate: Music, Motion, Meaning," International Communication Association, New Orleans, 1988.

Lull, James, "The 'Audience' in International Communication Research," keynote address given to annual conference of Danish Media Researchers, Aarhus, Denmark, 1987. Also given to the University of Bergen, Norway, and the University of Stockholm, Sweden, 1987.

Lull, James, "Agent of Modernization: Television in the People's Republic of China," University of Aarhus and University of Copenhagen, Denmark; University of Bergen, Norway; University of Stockholm, Sweden, 1987.

Lull, James, "Popular Music as Communication for American Youth," University of Amsterdam, Holland, 1987.

Lull, James & Se-Wen Sun, "Urban Families' Uses of Television in the Modernization of the People's Republic of China," International Communication Association, Montreal, Canada, 1987.

Lull, James, "The Popular Music Industry: An American Perspective on Issues in Communication and Culture," International Communication Association, Montreal, Canada, 1987.

Lull, James, "What Can Qualitative Empirical Research on Television's Audiences Produce? An Assessment of Method-in-Context," Rethinking the Audience: New Tendencies in Television Research Symposium, Blaubeuren, Germany, 1987.

Lull, James, "Television and the Family in the People's Republic of China: Some Preliminary Conclusions from Ethnographic Field Notes," International Sociological Association, Delhi, India, 1986.

Lull, James, "The American Popular Music Industry in Perspective," International Association for Media and Communication Research, Delhi, India, 1986.

Lull, James, "State of the Business: The Role of the Music Industry in Shaping the Sound of American Popular Music," International Youth Culture Symposium, Hyderabad, India,1986.

Lull, James, "Chinese Families' Perceptions of the Impact of Television on Their Lives," People's University of China, Beijing, China, 1986.

Lull, James, "Second Phase of the International Study: Music and Youth Culture," International Association for the Study of Popular Music, Montreal, Canada, 1985.

Lull, James, "International Communication and Youth Culture: Local Music Production," International Communication Association, Honolulu, Hawaii, 1985.

Lull, James, "Music, Media, and Communication Among Youth," Speech Communication Association, Chicago, 1984.

Robinson, Deanna & James Lull, "A Framework for Studying Popular Music and Cultural Homogenization," International Association for Media and Communication Research, Prague, Czechoslovakia, 1984.

Lull, James, "The Uses and Effects of Broadcast Media: A New Theoretical Perspective," Broadcast Education Association, Las Vegas, 1984.

Lull, James, "The Social Uses of Popular Music," International Communication Association, San Francisco, 1984.

Lull, James, "Critical Qualitative Research on Media Audiences," San Diego State University, California, 1984.

Lull, James, "Cultural Processing of Contemporary English and American Protest Music," Wingspread Conference on Youth and Music, Racine, Wisconsin, 1983.

Lull, James, "Communication Alternatives for the Modern Youth Culture," International Communication Association, Dallas, 1983.

Lull, James & Dale Miller, "Media and Interpersonal Socialization to New Music," International Communication Association, Boston, 1982.

Lull, James, "Television's Role in the Construction of Interpersonal Communication," Speech Communication Association, Los Angeles, 1981.

Lull, James, "American Mass Communication Research: A Status Report," University of Lund, Sweden, 1981.

Lull, James, "The Rules of Mass Communication," International Communication Association, Minneapolis, Minnesota, 1981. (selected "Top Paper" in division)

Lull, James, "Collecting Ethnographic Data in Studies of Media Audience Behavior," International Communication Association, Minneapolis, Minnesota, 1981.

Lull, James & Karen Meyers, "How Families Select Television Programs," Conference on Culture and Communication, Philadelphia, 1981.

Lull, James, "The Revolutionary Potential of Modern Radio and the New Music," Conference on Culture and Communication, San Diego, California, 1981.

Lull, James, Susan Christol, Karen Meyers, Rob Vogel, & K.B. Mercer, "The American Media Family: A Critique of Modern Mass Communication," Conference on Culture and Communication, San Diego, California, 1981.

Lull, James, L.M. Johnson, & Donald Edmond, "Electronic Media Habits of Audiences or Contemporary Radio Formats," Western Speech Communication Association, San Jose, California, 1981. (presented on "Top Papers" panel)

Lull, James, "Family Communication Patterns and the Social Uses of Television," International Communication Association, Acapulco, Mexico, 1980. (presented on "Top Three" panel)

Lull, James, "Ideology, Media, and Conversation," West Coast Critical Communications Conference, San Diego, California, l980.

Lull, James, "Social Uses of Television in Family Settings," National Conference on Receivership Skills Curricula, Philadelphia, 1979.

Lull, James, "Ethnographies of Natural Media Audiences," Association for Education in Journalism, Houston, 1979.

Lull, James, "Communication Rules, the Interpretive Paradigm, and Ethnomethodology as Perspectives on Theory Building in Mass Communication," University of California, San Diego, 1979.

Lull, James, "Family Mediation of Mass Media," Association of California School Administrators, Los Angeles, 1979.

Lull, James, Anthony Mulac, & Shelley L. Rosen, "Mass Media and the Feminist Personality," International Communication Association, Philadelphia, 1979.

Lull, James, "Ethnographies of Mass Communication," International Communication Association, Philadelphia, 1979.

Lull, James, "Audience Methods and Gratifications," Western Speech Communication Association, Los Angeles, 1979.

Lull, James, "The Massive Communication of Corporate America," University of California, Davis, California, 1978.

Lull, James, "Ethnomethods of Television Viewers," International Communication Association, Chicago, 1978.

Lull, James, L.M. Johnson, & Carol Sweeny, "Audiences for Contemporary Radio Formats," International Communication Association, Chicago, 1978.

Lull, James, "Counter Advertising and the Image of Corporate America," American Studies Association, Los Angeles, 1978.

Lull, James & Anthony Mulac, "Effectiveness of a Television Counter Advertisement," Western Speech Communication Association, Phoenix, Arizona, 1977.

Lull, James & Joseph Cappella, "Slicing the Attitude Pie: A Validity and Reliability Study of a New Attitude Assessment Technique," International Communication Association, Portland, Oregon, 1976.

Lull, James, Catherine Hanson & Michael Marx, "Women's Perceptions of Stereotypic Role Portrayals in Television Commercials," Speech Communication Association, Houston, 1975.

Lull, James "Selection of Television Programs by Family Consensus," International Communication Association, Chicago, 1975.

Grants
U.S. State Department Speaker and Specialist Grant: Santiago, Chile, 2009.

U.S. State Department Speaker and Specialist Grant: Santiago, Chile, 2005.

Leverhulme Trust Fellowship: Goldsmiths College, University of London, 2002.

U.S. Embassy Travel Grant, La Paz, Bolivia, 2000.

Professional Development Grant, San Jose State University, 1999.

Senior Research and Teaching Grant: Fulbright Council for the International Exchange of Scholars. Culture Program, Center for Social Investigations, University of Colima, Mexico, 1997.

Faculty Development Travel Grant: San Jose State University (Puerto Rico), 1996.

Travel Award: United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization (UNESCO). "News of the World" Conference, Perugia, Italy, 1992.

Senior Research and Teaching Grant: Fulbright Council for the International Exchange of Scholars. Catholic University of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, 1992.

International Travel Award: American Psychological Association, Washington, D.C. Inter-American Congress of Psychology, San Jose, Costa Rica, 1991.

International Travel Award: American Psychological Association, Washington, D.C. Inter-American Congress of Psychology, Buenos Aires, Argentina, 1989.

University Foundation Research Grant: San Jose State University, California. "Subcultural Expression: Vietnamese Youth in San Jose," 1987.

University Foundation Research Grant: San Jose State University, California. "The Impact of Television on the Transmission of Culture in the People's Republic of China: A Critical Case Study," 1986.

Instructional Development Grant: University of California-Santa Barbara. For development of innovative instructional materials used in Mass Communication & Human Behavior course, 1980.

Instructional Development Grant: University of California-Santa Barbara. For development of Introduction to Mass Media course, 1978.

Academic Consulting
Palgrave-Macmillan, New York
Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, England
Blackwell Publishers, Oxford
National Broadcasting Council, Santiago, Chile
University of Minnesota Press
University of Málaga, Spain
Polity Press, Cambridge, England
Columbia University Press, New York
YLE Finnish Broadcasting Corporation, Helsinki, Finland
Stanford University Press, Stanford, California
Routledge, London and New York
Edward Arnold Publishers, London
Sage Publications, Newbury Park, California
Oxford University Press, New York
University of Pennsylvania Press, Philadelphia
Holt, Rinehart, and Winston, Inc., New York
Rowan and Littlefield Publishers, Boulder
William C. Brown Company, Dubuque, Iowa
Guilford Publications, New York
Purdue University Press, Indiana
Loyola Editorial, São Paulo, Brazil

Recent Doctoral Committees
(named "External Examiner")

Maria Concepción Lara Mireles, "Information and Communication Technologies and the Production of Meaning in Social Interaction," University of Havana, Cuba. (In Spanish)

Hector Gómez, "Light in the Darkness: Research on Film in Mexico." University of Colima, Colima, Mexico. (In Spanish)

Ana Uribe, "Re-imagining Mexico with the telenovela: Cultural reception of novelas by Mexican Immigrants Living in Los Angeles, California," College of the Frontier, Tijuana, Mexico. (In Spanish)

Koichi Iwabuchi, "Returning to Asia: Japan in the Cultural Dynamics of Globalization, Localization, and Asianization." University of Western Sydney. Sydney, Australia.

Ian Gregory Weber, "Shanghai Youth, Television, and Cultural Identity: An Ethnographic Portrait." Queensland University of Technology. Brisbane, Australia.

Wang Yi, "From Revolutionary to Popular Culture in the People's Republic of China." Murdoch University. Perth, Australia.

Dalmer Pacheco, "Class Conversion or Popular Travesty?" Federal University of Brazil. Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. (In Portuguese).


Recent Master's Theses
(Director/Tutor)

David Mateo, "Kacha el Bombo: Collective Individualism in the Communication Age," Diego Portales University, Santiago, Chile. (In Spanish)

Languages
Fluent Spanish speaker, reader, and writer. Read and speak Brazilian Portuguese.
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