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Experts on Popular Culture

Advertising Impacts:

Timothy Meyer, Professor Emeritus of Information and Computing Science (Communication). John P. Blair Endowed Chair in Communication.
Electronic media. Effect of advertising on children, adolescents and adults. Media coverage of politics.
920-360-6664. meyert@uwgb.edu.

Cinema and Film:

David Coury, Professor of Humanistic Studies (German).
Cinema and film.
465-2097. couryd@uwgb.edu.

Jennifer Ham, Professor of Humanistic Studies (German).
German language. 19th and 20th century German culture, literature and popular entertainment. Nietzsche. Animal studies. Philosophy of education and pedagogy.
465-2461. hamj@uwgb.edu.

Timothy Meyer, Professor Emeritus of Information and Computing Science (Communication). John P. Blair Endowed Chair in Communication.
History of film. Film impact on various levels of society. Film industry's significance for the U.S. and world economies.
920-360-6664. meyert@uwgb.edu.

Popular Culture — various aspects:

David Damkoehler, Professor Emeritus of Arts and Visual Design (Art). Ben J. and Joyce Rosenberg Professor.
Various aspects of popular culture. Art, particularly 20th and 21st century. Environmental design.
damkoehd@uwgb.edu.

Jennifer Ham, Professor of Humanistic Studies (German).
German language. 19th and 20th century German culture, literature and popular entertainment. Nietzsche. Animal studies. Philosophy of education and pedagogy.
465-2461. hamj@uwgb.edu.

Popular Music:

Craig Lockard, Professor Emeritus of Social Change and Development (History).
World/popular music.
465-2355 (o), 468-0623 (h). lockardc@uwgb.edu.

Timothy Meyer, Professor Emeritus of Information and Computing Science (Communication). John P. Blair Endowed Chair in Communication.
Popular music. Music industry. Technology and delivery systems.
920-360-6664. meyert@uwgb.edu.

Street Gangs:

Ray Hutchison, Professor of Urban and Regional Studies (Sociology).
Ethnic minority groups, particularly Hmong and Mexican populations. Immigration and immigration policy. Street gangs and youth gang subcultures. Urban Studies and globalization.
465-2355. hutchr@uwgb.edu.

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