Divisions: Popular Communication
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  • Melissa Aronczyk, Chair

    Rutgers University
    School of Communication and Information
    4 Huntington St.
    New Brunswick, NJ 08901

    Yupei Zhao, Vice Chair

    Zhejiang University (PRC)
    College of Media and International Culture Hangzhou, China


  • Sriram Mohan, Secretary 

    University of Michigan - Communication Studies
    105 State St.

    Ann Arbor, MI 48109

  • Evie Psarras, Student/Early Career Rep

    University of Illinois - Chicago - Communication
    1007 W. Harrison Street
    Chicago, IL 60607


    Simone Driessen, International Liaison

    Erasmus University
    Department of Media and Communication
    Burg. Oudlaan 50, Rotterdam

Popular Communication is a forum for scholarly investigation, analysis, and dialogue among communication and media researchers interested in a wide variety of communication forms, phenomena and strategic systems of symbols within the context of contemporary popular culture.

Division members employ a range of critical and empirical methods to understand diverse popular communication acts, artifacts, products and processes that constitute, entertain, inform and/or persuade audiences. We are an open-minded, international community of scholars invested in questions of ideology, identity, resistance, power and pleasure in the domain of popular culture.

We welcome new members to join our conversations about the popular as an arena of contestations over signs, meanings and sentiments.

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