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Expert(s) for : media history
My research has concerned or concerns the economics of cultural industries, statistics in the fields of culture and communication, successful cultural products like best-sellers, media history, sound recording, television programming, and advertising. I regularly collaborate with the Observatoire de la culture et des communications du Québec.
- International communication, media studies, and globalization
- Mobilities, infrastructures, medias-technologies
- Surveillance studies
- Algorithmic Governementality (security and risk management technologies)
- Digital culture (digital media, new media)
- Cultural studies
- Mediation and representation of war
- Popular culture (cinema and television)
- Political communication
- Media history
- American studies
In my research, I both mobilize communication and media studies, notably popular culture, cultural industries and cultural studies scholarship, as well as issues of mobility and surveillance, with a reflection that addresses power manifestations in communication and the effects of communications. As international communication, media cultures, political communication, popular culture, cultural studies, and new media studies constitute my main research expertise in media studies and communication, my work is well served by my interdisciplinary bent and undisciplined perspective that draws upon the fields of international relations, international political sociology, political geography, political anthropology, American studies, security studies, and science and technology studies.