Megan M. Wood (Megan.email@example.com)
B.A., Communication Studies, and minor in Leadership Studies, Christopher Newport University, with Honors
M.A., Communication Studies, University of South Florida
Megan is interested in the relationships between media, technology, and culture. Her research variously examines the implications of surveillance practice for gendered, racialized, and classed bodies; the extension of market logics and technologies into new areas of social life (specifically, personal branding cultures); and the contemporary functions of “authenticity.” She is published in: Communication Studies, Communication & Critical/Cultural Studies, Sexuality & Culture, Review of Communication, and the Duke anthology Feminist Surveillance Studies.