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Joseph S. Tuman

Joseph S. Tuman is a professor and chair of the Department of Communication Studies at San Francisco State University, where he has received the Jacobus tenBroek Society Award for Excellence in Teaching. Dr. Tuman has taught at the University of California at Berkeley, the New School, and University of Paris II, and has published widely in the field of communication studies. He appears regularly on television news programs as a political commentator.


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John T. Warren

JOHN T. WARREN (1974-2011). Professor of Communication Pedagogy at Southern Illinois University, Carbondale, John served as director of the introductory course at Bowling Green State University and Southern Illinois University, Carbondale. His research, published in journals such as Communication Education, Basic Communication Course Annual, and Communication and Critical/Cultural Studies, often included analysis of foundational communication courses.  Dr. Warren’s research interests lay at the intersections of pedagogy, performance, and difference, examining culture and power through critical, performative lenses.  He was an author/editor of six books, including Performing Purity, Critical Communication Pedagogy, The SAGE Handbook of Communication and Instruction, and Communication: A Critical/Cultural Introduction


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Mary Weimann

Mary WiemannJournal of Literacy and Technology and has held a number of offices in the Human Communication and Technology Division of the National Communication Association. Mary uses her public speaking skills as a historical docent, and coaches and consults for nonprofits in her community.


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Barry S. Weiss

After completing his MFA at the USC School of Cinematic Arts, Barry worked on some of the most profitable, award-winning projects of the last 20 years. In the roles of animation executive, producer, and collaborator with Sony Pictures, Warner Brothers, Nickelodeon, and Turner Pictures, he has achieved an unparalleled record of success. Barry was instrumental in the creation of two animation studios, leading the teams that created the animated characters for the Stuart Little and Spider-Man franchises, plus characters for 20 additional films, such as Open Season and Academy Award nominee Surf's Up. He is credited on 62 films and shorts, two of which have won Academy Awards and eight additional nominations. Barry is also an Emmy Award winner. Barry began his Hollywood career as a tour guide at Universal Studios. He still has fond memories of his daily encounters with mechanical sharks and flash floods.


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Patricia White

Patricia White is Eugene Lang Research Professor of Film and Media Studies at Swarthmore College. She is the author of Women’s Cinema/World Cinema: Projecting 21st Century Feminisms (Duke University Press) and Uninvited: Classical Hollywood Cinema and Lesbian Representability (Indiana University Press), as well as numerous articles and book chapters on film theory and culture. She is coeditor with Timothy Corrigan and Meta Mazaj of Critical Visions in Film Theory: Classic and Contemporary Readings (Bedford/St. Martin’s). She serves on the editorial collective of the feminist film journal Camera Obscura and the boards of Women Make Movies and Film Quarterly.


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Mary O. Wiemann

Mary Wiemann is a Professor Emeritus in the Department of Communication at Santa Barbara City College.  A longtime educator of beginning college students, she contributes a strong teaching perspective to her books. Mary’s book chapters, journal articles, student manuals, instructor manuals, and online instructional materials all reflect her commitment to making effective communication real and accessible for students.  A recipient of awards for outstanding teaching, Mary is also a communication laboratory innovator and has directed classroom research projects in the community college setting. She is a frequent presenter at the National Communication Association convention, where she has held a number of offices in the Human Communication and Technology Division.


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Jennifer Willis Rivera

Jennifer Willis-Rivera is an Associate Professor in Communication Studies and Theater Arts at the University of Wisconsin–River-Falls. She received her PhD in Communication from Bowling Green State University. Her research interests are mainly in intercultural communication, rhetoric, and communication pedagogy.


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Jean Gaddy Wilson

Jean Gaddy Wilson leads executives worldwide in creating successful strategies for the future. While on the Missouri School of Journalism faculty, she founded three national journalism organizations: New Directions for News, Journalism and Women's Symposium, and the National Women and Media Collection. She was a founding member of the Council of Presidents, an organization of the leading editorial organizations in newspapers, and of the International Women's Media Foundation. She has served as a Pulitzer Prize Nominating Juror for Journalism and currently serves as a consultant to international organizations.


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