- First Name
- D. Elisabeth
- Last Name
- United States
- NJ New Jersey
- Rutgers University
- Website URL
- Culture and history of the Pre-war South, Civil War & Reconstruction; Collective Memory of Black Political Leadership.
- Media Contact
- Additional Contact Information
- About Me
I study the intersections of contemporary media, politics, and cultural theory and practice, all through the lens of various theoretical and historical frameworks (with an emphasis on otherness as an historical formation of meanings). My current research efforts address the political culture of conservatism and liberalism’s response to those dynamics within the contemporary media environment as well as class and racial representation in contemporary media and politics.
- Recent Publications
Glassco, D. Elisabeth. (2013). Conceptualizing the voter as cultural consumer in the age of micro-targeting. In A. Solo & J. Bishop, Eds. Politics and Policy in the Information Age. New York: Springer Science + Business.
Glassco, D. Elisabeth. (2013). “Department of Homeland Security Media Monitoring Project.” Encyclopedia of Social Media and Politics. Washington, DC: CQ Press/SAGE Reference.
Glassco, D. Elisabeth. (2013). “Federal Privacy Act.” Encyclopedia of Social Media and Politics. Washington, DC: CQ Press/SAGE Reference.
Glassco, D. Elisabeth. (2013). “Long-tail Nano-targeting.” Encyclopedia of Social Media and Politics. Washington, DC: CQ Press/SAGE Reference.
Berkman, Robert I. & Glassco, D. Elisabeth. (2010). Everyone’s an expert: Crowdsourcing meets enterprise 2.0. In Robert I. Berkman (Ed.) Enterprise 2.0: Managing knowledge in your
organization 14(3). http://www.ia-blog.com/
- Media Coverage
- Country Focus
- Expertise by Geography
- United Kingdom, United States
- Expertise by Chronology
- 19th century, 20th century, 21st century
- Expertise by Topic
- American Civil War, American Presidents, Colonialism, Politics, Public History, Race