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Faculty Publications and Creative Works

Graduate Faculty (selected recent publications)

Asquith, K. 2018. Advertising, Consumer Culture, and Canadian Society: A Reader. Toronto: Oxford University Press Canada.

Asquith, K. 2018. “Influencer Marketing, the Commercial Forces of Social Media Celebrity, and Challenges for Canadian Advertising Regulation.” In Advertising, Consumer Culture, and Canadian Society: A Reader. Toronto: Oxford University Press Canada, pp. 207-224.

Leiss, William, Stephen Kline, Sut Jhally, Jacqueline Botterill, and Kyle Asquith. 2018. Social Communication in Advertising 4th edition. New York: Routledge.

Asquith, K. 2017. “Protecting the ‘Guinea Pig Children’: Resisting Children’s Food Advertising in the 1930s.” In Shopping For Change: Consumer Activism in North American History. Eds. J. Tohill and L. Hyman. Toronto: Between the Lines Press, pp. 85-96.

Asquith, K. 2015. “Classic Campaign: From Consumers of Food to Participants in the ‘Modern’ Consumer Marketplace - How Cream of Wheat Approached Children, 1900-1935.” Advertising & Society Review 16, no. 1. https://muse.jhu.edu/journals/advertising_and_society_review/v016/16.1.asquith.

Asquith, K. 2015. “Knowing the Child Consumer Through Box-tops: Data Collection, Measurement, and Advertising to Children, 1920-1945.” Critical Studies in Media Communication 32, no. 2, pp. 112-127.

Brown, Brian. Forthcoming. The Boom in ‘Broken Windows’: examining the place of digitized street art in post-industrial urban renewal. Architecture_MPS: Architecture, Media, Politics, Society.

Taylor, Jack; Bryant, Susan; Brown, Brian. 2020 (accepted for review).  "See Me! Recognize Me! An Analysis of Transgender Media Representation.”  Media, Culture, and Society. 

Scatamburlo-D'Annibale, V., Brown, B., McLaren, P., Forthcoming 2016.  Marx and the  Philosophy of  Praxis.  In Smeyers, P. (Ed). International Handbook of Philosophy of Education. Springer International.

Brown, Brian. 2015. “Detroit's Bellwether: Picturing London's East End and the Perilous Business of Street Art.” [Photographs & Essay]. Stories of the City. An Exhibition hosted by In-Terminus: Media, Art & Urban Ecologies. Sarah Beveridge Contemporary Art Gallery. Windsor, Ontario, Canada. November 21-24, 2015.

Brown, Brian. & Quan-Hasse, A. 2015. “‘A Workers' Inquiry 2.0:’ An Ethnographic Method for the Study of Produsage in Social Media Contexts” in Marx in the Age of Digital Capitalism. C. Fuchs & V. Mosco (Eds.). New York, USA: Brill Publications, pp. 447-481.

Bryant, Susan. 2018.  The Mediated Experiences of our Everyday/Everynight Lives In Manzerolle, Vincent; Daubs, Michael, Eds., From Here to Ubiquity: Critical and International Perspectives on Mobile and Ubiquitous Media, 201-218, Peter Lang Publishing. 

Taylor, Jack; Bryant, Susan; Brown, Brian. 2020 (accepted for review).  "See Me! Recognize Me! An Analysis of Transgender Media Representation.”  Media, Culture, and Society. 

Engle, Karen.  Forthcoming (September/October 2020).  Sensing Borders/Ressentir les Frontiéres, Special Issue of Intermédialités/Intermedialities.  Co-edited with Michael Darroch and Lee Rodney.

Engle, Karen.  Forthcoming (Fall 2020).  Structures of Anticipation:  A Workshop, Special Issues of Imaginations:  Journal of Cross-Culture Image Studies.  Co-edited with Dr. Yoke-Sum Wong.

Engle, Karen. 2018. Feelings of Structure: Explorations in Affect, co-edited with Dr. Yoke Sum Wong. McGill Queen’s University Press. 

Engle, Karen. 2018. Group Exhibition: The Arca Project, Payne Shurvell Gallery, London, U.K. February 22 –April 6, 2018.

Engle, Karen. 2018. “In, Around, and Under Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan” pp 162-183 IN Feelings of Structure: Explorations in Affect, co-edited with Dr. Yoke Sum Wong. McGill-Queen’s University Press.

Engle, Karen. 2017. Group Exhibition: The Arca Project, Payne Shurvell Gallery, Sussex, U.K. April 1 – May 7, 2017.

Engle, Karen. 2016. “Fragments of Desire.” Imaginations: Journal of Cross-Cultural Image Studies.7.1.

Engle, Karen. 2015. “The Boondoggle: Lee Miller and the Vicissitudes of Private Archives,” Photographies, 8:  85-104 pp,

Manzerolle, Vincent. “There is no snow in Silicon Valley”, Digital Culture and Society. Forthcoming. Co-authored with Andrew Herman and Brett Caraway.

Manzerolle, Vincent. “App-centric Mobile Media and Commoditization: Implications for the Future of the Open Web”, Mobile Media & Society. Forthcoming. Co-authored with Michael Daubs.

Scatamburlo-D'Annibale, V. 2020 (in press). The Manufactured "Free Speech" Crisis.  Critical Education

McLaren, P., Scatamburlo-D'Annibale, V. 2020. Class Dismissed? Historical Materialism and the Politics of 'Difference.' In M. Pruyn, C. Malott and L. Huerta-Charles (Eds.), Tracks to Infinity, the Long Road to Justice: The Peter McLaren Reader, vol. 2, pp. 197-216. Charlotte, North Carolina: Information Age Publishing.

Scatamburlo-D'Annibale, V. 2019.  The 'Culture Wars' Reloaded:  Trump, Anti-Political Correctness and the Right's 'Free Speech' Hypocrisy. Journal for Critical Education Policy Studies, 17(1): 69-119.

Scatamburlo-D'Annibale, V., McLaren, P., Monzo, L. 2018.  The Complexity of Spivak's Project: A Marxist Interpretation. Qualitative Research Journal, 18(2):144-156.

Scatamburlo-D'Annibale, V., Brown, B., McLaren, P. 2016Marx and the Philosophy of PraxisIn Smeyers, P. (Ed). International Handbook of Philosophy of Education, pp. 549-567.  Springer International.

Scatamburlo-D'Annibale, V. 2015. "Beyond Discourse Radicalism: Revolutionary Critical Pedagogy and the Struggle for Social Justice.In M. Eryaman and B. Bruce, (Eds). Handbook of Progressive Education, pp. 671-696.  New York: Peter Lang.

Stasko, Michael. Forthcoming. “Boys vs Girls”. Writer, Editor, Producer, Director. A comedic feature film, in post-production, starting its festival run in Fall 2019. Starring Colin Mochrie (Whose Line Is It Anyway?) and Kevin McDonald (The Kids In The Hall), (8o min).

Stasko, Michael. 2018-2019. “Therapeutic Riding”. Writer, Editor, Producer, Director. Documentary TV episode for “Land and Sea” airing on CBC. Focuses on WETRA (Windsor-Essex Therapeutic Riing Association, (30 min).

Stasko, Michael. 2018-Present. “Windsor Shorts”. Producer, Director. TV series with CBC through “Absolutely Canadian” series. Documentary showcase, features short films both narrative and documentary from local Windsor filmmakers, (60 min).

Stasko, Michael. 2018-2019. “The Control”. Writer, Editor, Producer, Director, Lead Actor. A post-modern sci-fi thriller feature film, official selection: Houston World Film Festival, Nice International Film Festival (Winner Best Director), Montreal World Film Festival, Toronto Independent Film Festival, Windsor International Film Festival. International Distribution through Idea Media Sales out of Italy, (91 min).

Stasko, Michael. 2006-2016. “Things To Do”. Writer, Editor, Associate Producer, Lead Actor. A comedic feature film, official selection: Slamdance International Film Festival, Stockholm International Film Festival, rescreened Windsor International Film Festival. Theatrical and DVD release across North America (The Movie Network, Blockbuster, Mongrel Media, Lifesize Entertainment), (85 min).

Stasko, Michael. 2014-2015. “The Birder”. Writer, Co-Producer, Actor. A comedic feature film, official selection: Calgary International Film Festival, Raindance Film Festival, L.A. Comedy Fest, Canada Film Fest. Made with TeleFilm Canada, Industry Works. Theatrical, DVD and Television release, sold to Sony Pictures in USA. Starring Tom Cavanagh (Ed, The Flash), Fred Willard (Wall-E, Best In Show) and Graham Greene (Dances With Wolves, The Green Mile), (85 min).