ph: 778-782-3383 and 778-782-3470
Burnaby Mountain Campus:
8888 University Drive
Harbour Centre Campus:
Room HC 3561
515 Hastings Street West
Peter Anderson, M.A. (Simon Fraser) Telecommunication & broadcasting policy; technology; communication to mitigate disasters/emergency communications.
Robert S. Anderson, Ph.D. (Chicago) International development; communication in conflict & intervention; community economic development.
Ellen Balka, Ph.D. (Simon Fraser) Science, technology & society theory; IT & work; health sector; technology assessment; women & ICTs.
Alison C.M. Beale, Ph.D. (McGill) Communication theory & technology issues; film & video; cultural policy; feminist analysis.
Enda Brophy, Ph.D (Queen’s) Political economy of communication; communication and social change; autonomist marxism; labour, employment and collective organising in the media, communication and cultural industries; call centre studies.
Peter Chow-White , Ph.D. (USC) New media & technology; race; culture; genomics; bioethics; health; information society; encoding.
Zoë Druick, Ph.D. (York) Documentary and reality-based media; cultural industries; media theory.
Andrew Feenberg , (Canada Research Chair) Ph.D. (California-SD) Critical theory of technology; Marcuse & Heidegger; technology studies; online community; online education.
Richard S. Gruneau, Ph.D. (Mass.) Popular culture & media; communications & cultural theory.
Shane Gunster, Ph.D. (York) Critical theories of culture; CMNS society; advertising & consumer culture; political communication; news media analysis.
Robert A. Hackett, Ph.D. (Queen’s) Media democratization; political communication; journalism studies; news media & social movements; peace, war and media.
Linda M. Harasim Ph.D. (Toronto) Computer mediated communication & collaboration; telelearning & telework; social network design & evaluation.
Dal Yong Jin, Ph.D. (Illinois) Political economy of culture & media; telecom policy & industry; globalization; Asian media & culture; new media.
Stephen Kline, Ph.D. (London School of Economics) Advertising; children’s media & culture; audience research; public communication campaigns; non-broadcast video designs & uses.
Martin Laba, Ph.D. (Memorial) Media analysis; popular culture; social issues communication; social advertising; advocacy & media; international CMNS.
Jan Marontate, Ph.D.(Université de Montréal) Technology & culture; art worlds; science studies; innovation; cultural heritage; interdisciplinary networks & critical theory.
Kirsten McAllister, Ph.D. (Carleton) Visual culture & cultural theory; memory & political violence; visual technologies & displaced populations.
Gary McCarron, Ph.D. (York) Health studies; film studies; history & theory of communication; privacy & technology; advertising & consumer culture.
David Murphy, M.A. (Simon Fraser) Audio/video analysis; media production & design, Risk and Health Communication.
Catherine A. Murray ,Ph.D. (Queen’s) Cultural practices; audiences & cultural participation; policy & cultural industries; communication rights & global trade.
Stuart Poyntz, Ph.D. (UBC) Children, media and digital culture; history of media literacy; theories of the public sphere; critical pedagogy; film and historical representation.
Katherine Reilly, Ph.D (University of Toronto) Global social networks, communication rights, social justice, human rights and citizenship.
Richard Smith, Ph.D. (Simon Fraser) Technology & social inclusion; public surveillance; games/online communities; the wireless information society. (Currently seconded to Master of Digital Media Program, at SFU Great Northern Way, as Director.)
Barry D. Truax, M.Mus. (UBC) Acoustic & electroacoustic communication; audio aspects of media & advertising; electroacoustic & computer music.
Yuezhi Zhao, (Canada Research Chair) Ph.D. (Simon Fraser) Political economy of global communication; media & democracy; communication industries in China.
Limited Term Assistant Professors
Kathleen Cross, Ph.D. (Simon Fraser). Political communication, media and democracy, news media analysis, gender & media. Phone: 778-782-3861; Office K9656 (Burnaby Campus)
Frederik Lesage, Ph.D. (London School of Economics and Political Science) Cultural and creative organizations, software studies, digital infrastructure, co-creativity, new media. Phone: 778-782-9360; Office: K8665 (Burnaby Campus).
Adjunct Faculty Members, Research Associates and Postdoctoral Fellows
Stephen Braham, Ph.D. (Pennsylvania State). PolyLAB, Rm. 7420, SFU at Harbour Centre. Space exploration systems, collaborative networking, telematics, network computing, disaster management and emergency communications, telelearning, telehealth, teleworking, arctic and extreme environment exploration, secure networking. Phone: 778-782-7981 fax: 778-782-7980 email: firstname.lastname@example.org
J. Adam Holbrook, M.Sc. (Western Ontario). Harbour Centre 3570, SFU at Harbour Centre. Science policy, science and technology, innovation analysis. Phone: 778-782-5192 fax: 778-782-5239 email: email@example.com. cv: PDF
Davina K. Bhandar, Ph.D. (York University), Canadian Studies; security and border studies; theories of citizenship and multiculturalism; critical race studies with a specific focus on the South Asian community in North America. (email: firstname.lastname@example.org)
Randolph Jordan, Ph.D. (Concordia) Film sound studies; eco-film criticism; the media practice of acoustic ecology; the cinemas of British Columbia; acoustic cartography; critical geography and the cinematic city.