Candice D. Roberts

Associate Professor

Dr. Candice D. Roberts is Associate Professor in the Division of Mass Communication. While completing their doctoral research at Drexel University, they developed the concept of the hybrid collective and studied CouchSurfing across the United States, Europe, and Asia. Broadly their work examines cultural narrative and identity in popular media and consumer culture, and they use critical queer theory to interrogate archetypes, sociality, and themes of class, sexuality, and space/place.

Recent publications include articles in the Journal for Cultural Research and in Film, Fashion and Consumption and an edited volume entitled Consumer Identities: Agency, Media and Digital Culture.

Teaching Interests

Popular and Consumer Culture, Transmedia Storytelling, Communication Theory, Mass Media & Society, Research Methods, New Media

Research Interests

Critical Theory, Diversity, Hybridity, Identity, Mobilities, Narrative, Participatory Culture, Social Media, Space and Place

Courses Taught

COM
1001
INTRO MASS COMMUNICATION
COM
2401
NEW MEDIA
COM
2600
SEMINAR IN COMM RESEARCH
COM
4600
IND RESEARCH:TOPICS IN COMM
COM
4601
CURRENT ISSUES IN COMM
COM
4620
SENIOR CAPSTONE IN COMM ARTS
COM
6000
INSTITUTE OF AUDIO RESEARCH I
COM
6001
INSTITUTE OF AUDIO RESEARCH II
COM
7000
COMMUNICATIONS IN NEW YORK
HON
1101
INTRO TO MASS COMMUNICATION
ICM
800
THEORIES & PROCESSES OF COMM