Recent Faculty Research and Publications

Books, Book Chapters, Journal Articles, Monographs and Book Reviews

David Cuillier

Cuillier, D. (in progress). The People’s Fight to Know: New Champions of Government Transparency.

Cuillier, D. (2020). Mapping the civic data universe: Ten ways to improve access to government information through expanded interstellar connections. John S. and James L. Knight Foundation, March, 2020. Read

Cuillier, D., & Davis, C. N. (2019). The Art of Access: Strategies for Acquiring Public Records, second edition, Washington, D.C.: CQ Press/Sage.

Cuillier, D. (2019). Scandals and freedom of information, in Howard Tumber and Silvio Waisbord (Eds.), Media and Scandal. Routledge, Abingdon, United Kingdom.

Cuillier, D. (2017). Forecasting freedom of information: Why it faces problems – and how experts say they could be solved. John S. and James L. Knight Foundation. March 2017. Read

Celeste González de Bustamante

González de Bustamante, C. and Relly, J. E. (2021). Surviving Mexico: Resistance and Resilience among Journalists in the Twenty-Fiirst Century, Austin, Texas: University of Texas Press.

Cárdenas, Ana Lourdes, Celeste González de Bustamante, and Jessica Retis. “To tweet for solidarity or just report the news?: Comparing social media strategies of Spanish language and English language TV networks.” Television and New Media (January 2020) Read

González de Bustamante, C. and Jessica Retis, “Latina/o Millennials in a Post-TV Network World: Anti-stereotypes in the Transmedia Edutainment WebTV Series East Los High, In Myth, Media and Millennials: Critical Perspectives on Race and Culture, edited by L. S. Coleman and C. Campbell. Lanham, Maryland: Lexington Press, 2019.

González de Bustamante, Celeste. “Local Television News and Undocumented Migration: A Historical and Moral Geography Perspective of the US-Mexico Borderlands.” Revista Lumina, 13, 2 (2019): 24-39.

González de Bustamante, C. “Arizona-Sonora 360: Examining and Teaching Contested Moral Geographies along the U.S.-Mexico Border, In Civic Engagement in Diverse Latina/o Communities: Learning from Social Justice Partnerships in Action, edited by M. Castañeda and J. Krupczynski. New York: Peter Lang, 2018.

González de Bustamante, C. and Jessica Retis, Underrepresented Majorities: Latin@s and the Media in the Digital Age, In The Routledge Companion to Media and Race, edited by C. P. Campbell. London: Routledge, 2017. Read

Relly, J. E. and C. González de Bustamante, “Global Violence Against Journalists: The Power of Impunity and Emerging Initiatives to Evoke Social Change,” Routledge Companion to Media & Human Rights, edited by Silvio Waisbord and Howard Tumber. London: Routledge, 2017.

Jeannine Relly

Relly, J.E., Zanger, M., & Banchero, P. (forthcoming 2021). Toward a framework for studying democratic media development and ‘media capture’: The Iraqi Kurdistan case. In Heloisa Pait (ed.), Media, development and democracy. Emerald Publishing.

González de Bustamante, C. and Relly, J. E. (2021). Surviving Mexico: Resistance and Resilience among Journalists in the Twenty-Fiirst Century, Austin, Texas: University of Texas Press.

Relly, J.E., Rabbi, F., Sabharwal, M., Pakanati, R., & Schwalbe, E. (2020). More than a decade in the making: A study of implementation of India’s Right to Information Act. World Development. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.worlddev.2020.105088

Relly, J.E., & Pakanati, R. (2020) Deepening democracy through a social movement: Networks, information rights, and online-and-offline activism. International Journal of Communication, 14, 4760-4780.

Chordiya, R., Sabharwal, M., Relly, J.E., & Berman, E. (2019). Organizational protection for whistleblowers: A cross-national study. Public Management Review. doi:10.1080/14719037.2019.1599058 

Relly, J.E. & Hutchens, M.J. (2019). The influence of ‘dark networks’ on citizens’ confidence in democratic institutions in Mexico. The Social Science Journal, 56(4), 555-564. https://bit.ly/2ORJ7qX

Relly, J.E. & R. Pakanati (2018) Freedom of information lessons from India: Collaboration, coproduction and rights-based agenda building, Journalism. https://doi.org/10.1177/1464884918817032

Relly, J.E. & Hutchens, M.J. (2018). The influence of ‘dark networks’ on citizens’ confidence in democratic institutions in Mexico. The Social Science Journal, 1-10. doi.org/10.1016/j.soscij.2018.10.005

Schwalbe, C.B., Relly, J.E., Cruikshank, S.A., & Schwalbe, E. (2018). Human security as a conceptual framework: The case of Palestinian journalists. Journalism Studies, 1-20. doi.org/10.1080/1461670X.2018.1543555

Relly, J. E., & Zanger, M. (2017). The enigma of news media development with multi-pronged ‘capture’: The Afghanistan case. Journalism, 18(10), 1233- 1255. doi.org/10.1177/1464884916670933 Lead article

Jessica Retis

Retis, J. & Román-Velazquez, P. (2021). Latin Americans in London: Mapping digital diasporas in: David Dalton & David Ramírez (Eds.) Imagining Latinidad: Digital Diasporas and Public Engagement, Boston: Brill.

Retis, J. (2020). Understanding Ethnic journalism in an extinguishing print news media landscape: How the oldest Japanese-language newspaper in Brazil confronts generational change”. In: Gladkova, A. and Jamil, S. (Eds.) Ethnic Journalism in the Global South. Palgrave (forthcoming).

Retis, J. (2020). “Latino News Media” in: Edition. Borchard, G. (Ed). Encyclopedia of Journalism. 2nd New York: Sage (forthcoming).

Retis, J. (2019) Migrations and the Media between Asia and Latin America: Japanese-Brazilians in Tokyo and São Paulo. In: Kevin Smets, Koen Leurs, Myria Georgiou, Saskia Witteborn and Radhika Gajjala (Eds.) The Sage Handbook of Media & Migration, Sage, 297-308. ISBN: 9781526447210.

Retis, J. (2019) Homogenizing heterogeneity in transnational contexts. Contemporary Latin American Diasporas and the Media in the global North. In: Jessica Retis and Roza Tsagarousianou (Eds.) The Handbook of Diasporas, Media, and Culture, Willey-Blackwell, 115-136. ISBN: 978-1-119-23670-2.

Tsagarousianou, R. & Retis, J. (2019) Diasporas, Media, and Culture. Exploring Dimensions of Human Mobility and Connectivity in the Era of Global Interdependency. In: Jessica Retis and Roza Tsagarousianou (Eds.) The Handbook of Diasporas, Media, and Culture, Hoboken, NJ: Willey Blackwell, 1-20. ISBN: 978-1-119-23670-2.

Cardenas, L., Bustamante C. and Retis, J. (2019). To tweet for solidarity or just report the news? Comparing social media strategies of Spanish language and English language TV networks. Television and New Media, 21(3), March, 1-24. DOI: 10.1177/1527476419893792.

Ferrández Ferrer, A. and Retis, J. (2019). Ethnic Minority Media: Between Hegemony and Resistance. Journal for Alternative and Community Media, Vol. 3, Num 3, 1-13.

Retis, J. (2019). Hispanic Media Today: Serving bilingual and bicultural audiences in the digital age. Washington: Democracy Fund.

Retis, J., Badillo, A. and Lopez Cobo, A. (2019). La circulación de la cultura en español en las ciudades globales de los Estados Unidos: Los Ángeles, Nueva York, Miami. (Spanish-language culture circuits in U.S. global cities: Los Angeles, New York, Miami.), Madrid: Real Instituto Elcano. ISBN: 978-84-92983-18-6.

Retis, J. (2018). Hashtag Jóvenes Latinos: Challenges and Opportunities of Teaching Civic Advocacy Journalism in “Glocal” Contexts. In: Mari Castañeda and Joseph Krupczynski (Eds.) Learning from Diverse Latina/o Communities: Social Justice Approaches to Civic Engagement. Palgrave, 229-250. ISBN: 978-1433147265.

Schmitz-Weiss, A. and Retis, J. (2018). ‘I don’t Like Math, That’s Why I am in Journalism’: Journalism Students Perceptions and Myths about Data Journalism. Asia Pacific Media Educator, 28(1) 1-13. DOI 10.1177/1326365X18780418

Retis, J. (2018). Inmigrantes latinoamericanos en ciudades globales: aproximaciones interdisciplinarias en el análisis de las practices comunicativas, mediáticas y culturales (Latin American immigrants in global cities: interdisciplinary approaches in the analysis of communicative, media and cultural practices). Contratexto, num 30, 20-40. ISSN 1025-9945 DOI 10.26439/contratexto2018.n030.3147

Susan E. Swanberg

Swanberg, S.E. “Borrowed Chronicles: New York Times Science Journalist, William L. ‘Atomic Bill’ Laurence and the Reports of a Hiroshima Survivor,” in Legacies of the Manhattan Project: Reflections on 75 Years of a Nuclear Age, Michael Mays, ed., Hanford Histories Series Volume II. Forthcoming from Washington State University Press, April 2020. See https://wsupress.wsu.edu/product/legacies-of-the-manhattan-project/

Swanberg, S.E. “‘The Way of the Rain’: Towards a conceptual framework for the retrospective examination of historical American and Australian ‘rain follows the plow/plough’ messages,” originally presented as a conference paper (under another title) at the annual Society for Social Studies of Science meeting in 2018. International Review of Environmental History 5(2): 67-96 (2019).

Swanberg, S.E. “‘Wounded in Mind’: Science Service Writer, Marjorie Van de Water, Explains World War II Military Neuropsychiatry to the American Public,” originally presented as a conference paper at the History of Science Society annual meeting in 2018. Media History (2019). DOI: 10.1080/13688804.2019.1652582

Swanberg. S.E. (2019) Psychological Armor: The Science News-Letter Warns Against Propaganda (1926–1965), Journalism Studies, 20:13, 1883-1902, doi:10.1080/1461670X.2018.1541754

Swanberg, S.E. “Crux of the Matter: Renewing an Acquaintance with John Hersey,” review of “Mr. Straight Arrow: The Career of John Hersey, Author of Hiroshima,” Literary Journalism Studies, Vol 11, No. 2, December 2019, pp. 175-178, https://ialjs.org/wpcontent/uploads/2020/01/15-LJS-v11n2_Bk-Rev_Hersey.pdf

Matthew Roby* and Swanberg, S.E. “Fact or Fiction? Researchers Examine Our Shared Concern,” review of The Oxford Handbook for the Science of Science Communication, ed. Kathleen Hall Jamieson, Dan Kahan, and Dietram A. Scheufele (New York, NY:Oxford University Press, 2017) Literary Journalism Studies.

Swanberg, S.E. “The Limits of Memory and Vicissitudes of Truth,” review of Kept Secret: The half-truth in nonfiction,” Literary Journalism Studies, Vol 9, No.2, Fall 2017, pp. 139-141, http://ialjs.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/11/Book-Reviews-130-149.pdf

Carol Schwalbe

Mace, M. & Schwalbe, C.B. (2020). From Robots to Humans: Newspaper Coverage of Mars in the United States and the United Kingdom 2011–2016. Journalism Studies. Published online July 2020. doi:10.1080/1461670X.2020.1799238

Schwalbe, C.B., J.E. Relly, S.A. Cruikshank, & E.H. Schwalbe (2019) Human Security as a Conceptual Framework: The case of Palestinian journalists. Journalism Studies, 20(13), 1920-1939. Published online November 2018. doi:10.1080/1461670X.2018.1543555