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About Gregory T. Donovan, Ph.D.

GTDI’m an Assistant Professor of Communication and Media Studies at Fordham University. My research explores the mutual shaping of people, place, and proprietary media, and how to reorient such shaping toward more just and meaningful publics. I’m also a researcher at the Public Science Project, a founder of the OpenCUNY Academic Medium, and co-editor of Issue 5 of The Journal of Interactive Technology and Pedagogy: Media and Methods for Opening Education. I received my Ph.D. in Environmental Psychology with a doctoral certification in Interactive Technology and Pedagogy from the CUNY Graduate Center.

 

Current Projects

  • #JITP5: Media and Methods for Opening Education #JITP5: Media and Methods for Opening Education

    #JITP5: Media and Methods for Opening Education

    A special issue of The Journal of Interactive Technology and Pedagogy co-edited with Suzanne Tamang.
  • PPS Reader: People, Place, and Digital Media in the Contemporary City PPS Reader: People, Place, and Digital Media in the Contemporary City

    PPS Reader: People, Place, and Digital Media in the Contemporary City

    A short essay with thirty recommended readings put together for the online companion to the People, Place, and Space Reader (Routledge, 2014).
  • Rights to Knowledge and Space in the Smart City Rights to Knowledge and Space in the Smart City

    Rights to Knowledge and Space in the Smart City

    This project critically interrogates the production entailed in people's everyday engagements with proprietary media and urban privatization.
  • Youth, Social (Re)Production, and New Media Youth, Social (Re)Production, and New Media

    Youth, Social (Re)Production, and 'New' Media

    This project considers the social and material production of new media while situating 'newness' as a social context and intimate experience rather than an ahistorical ontology for contemporary media.
  • MyDF-Slide MyDF-Slide

    The MyDigitalFootprint.ORG Project

    This participatory action design research (PADR) project aims to understand and engage young New Yorkers' everyday experiences growing up with proprietary media.
  • COMM4005 COMM4005

    COMM4005: Digital Media and Public Responsibility

    Fordham College at Lincoln Center | Fall 2014
     

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