Recent Faculty Publications

Research faculty in the Department of Communication Studies have been busy with publishing articles.  Over Spring/Summer 2017, the following have been published:

Dr. Sarah Blithe continues to work on her research related to legal brothels in Nevada with this article in Human Relations:

Blithe, S.J. & Wolfe, A. (2017). Embracing Opportunities for Work-life “Balance” in Legal Sex Work: Managing Stigma and Lockdown. Human Relations, 70 (6), 725-750. doi:  10.1177/0018726716674262.

Dr. Blithe has also published on the service learning work her students participate in with the COM 412 Intercultural Communication course:

Blithe, S.J. (2016). Teaching Intercultural Communication through Service-Learning.  Communication Teacher, 30(3), 165-171. doi.org/10.1080/17404622.2016.1192666.

Dr. Robert Gutierrez-Perez has been working on a few projects related to the writings of Gloria Anzaldua, and recently published a book review on Light in the Dark/Luz en lo Oscuro: Rewriting Identity, Spirituality, Reality by Gloria E. Anzaldúa and edited by AnaLouise Keating  in the journal Women’s Studies in Communication