Ben Aslinger

  • Associate Professor, English and Media Studies
  • Ph.D. Univ of Wisconsin-Madison
  • MA Miami University-Oxford
  • BS Northwestern University

Teaching Interests

Media Studies;
Gender/Sexuality and Media;
Media Industries;
Global/Transnational Media

Research Interests

Media Studies;
Gender/Sexuality and Media;
Media Industries;
Global/Transnational Media

Bio

Dr. Aslinger received his undergraduate degree in performance studies and a certificate in the Creative Writing for the Media program at Northwestern University. He received his M.A. in Mass Communication from Miami University and his Ph.D. in Media and Cultural Studies from the Department of Communication Arts at University of Wisconsin.
He is the coeditor (with Nina Huntemann, Suffolk University) of Gaming Globally: Production, Play, and Place (Palgrave 2013). In a review in Choice, A.J. Wharton (Duke University) writes, “The collection shifts the academy's familiar focus on the subject content and technological innovation in video games to their production… Well edited and properly documented, this collection provides useful insights for those who study the acts of video games on the globalized stage.”
His work has appeared in journals such as Cinema Journal, Media, Culture & Society, The Velvet Light Trap, and Popular Communication: The International Journal of Media and Culture. Book chapters have appeared in collections published by Routledge, NYU Press, Palgrave, Wiley-Blackwell, Rutgers, Peter Lang, and McFarland. He has authored encyclopedia entries for the Encyclopedia of Video Games: The Culture, Technology, and Art of Gaming, Encyclopedia of Contemporary LGBTQ Literature of the United States, and LGBTQ America Today. Dr. Aslinger’s research and teaching interests include media theory, media industries, gender and sexuality in media, cultural studies, and global/transnational media.

Professional Links

Professional Memberships

  • Society for Cinema and Media Studies Present
  • Awards and Honors

  • 2016, Deans' Fund for International Travel, Bentley University
  • 2016, Valente Center Humanities Research Seminar Faculty Fellow, Valente Center, Bentley University
  • 2014, Deans Fund for International Travel, Bentley University
  • 2013, Innovation In Teaching Award, Bentley University
  • 2011, Deans Fund for International Travel, Bentley University
  • 2011, Valente Center for Arts and Sciences, Bentley University
  • 2010, Publication Award, Bentley University
  • 2009, Bentley University Publication Award
  • Publications

    Journal Articles


  • Aslinger, B. S. (2014). Clueless about Listening Formations?. Cinema Journal, (53) 3 126-131.
  • Aslinger, B. S., Huntemann, N. B. (2013). Digital Media Studies Futures. Media, Culture & Society, (35) 1 9-12.
  • Aslinger, B. S. (2010). Video Games for the ‘Next Billion’?: The Launch of the Zeebo Console. The Velvet Light Trap: A Critical Journal of Film and Television. 66 15-25.
  • Aslinger, B. S. (2009). Blogotheques and Black Cabs: Popular Music and Urban Place. Flow, (9) 10 (Link)
  • Aslinger, B. S. (2009). Creating a Network for Queer Audiences at Logo TV. Popular Communication: The International Journal of Media and Culture, (7) 2 107-121.
  • Aslinger, B. S. (2009). Soundalikes and Disrupted Pleasures. Flow, (9) 5 (Link)
  • Aslinger, B. S. (2008). The Sounds and the Business of Mobile Music. Flow, (9) 2 (Link)

    Books


  • Halegoua, G. R., Aslinger, B. S. (2015). Locating Emerging Media. New York, NY: Routledge
  • Huntemann, N. B., Aslinger, B. S. (2013). Gaming Globally: Production, Play, and Place. New York, NY: Palgrave

  • Book Chapters


  • Aslinger, B. S. (2018). Queer Labor In Susan Adams , (Eds.) Time for Solutions! Addressing Gender Barriers in the Workplace. 39-51. New York : Greenleaf Publishing/Routledge
  • Aslinger, B. S. (2013). Redefining the Console for the Global, Networked Era In Nina B. Huntemann and Ben Aslinger, (Eds.) Gaming Globally: Production, Play, and Place. 59-73. New York, NY: Palgrave
  • Aslinger, B. S., Huntemann, N. B. (2013). Introduction In Nina B. Huntemann and Ben Aslinger, (Eds.) Gaming Globally: Production, Play, and Place. 1-15. New York, NY: Palgrave
  • Aslinger, B. S. (2013). Nip/Tuck: Popular Music In Jason Mittell and Ethan Thompson, (Eds.) How to Watch Television: Media Criticism in Practice. 47-55. New York, NY: New York University Press
  • Aslinger, B. S. (2013). Make Room for the Wii: Game Consoles and the Construction of Space In John Hartley, Jean Burgess, and Axel Bruns, (Eds.) A Companion to New Media Dynamics. 209-218. Malden, MA: Wiley-Blackwell
  • Aslinger, B. S. (2013). “It’s Not That Easy For Two Men to Be a Couple”: Revisiting Gay Dating in Will & Grace and Queer as Folk In Pamela Demory and Christopher Pullen, (Eds.) Queer Love in Film and Television. 59-68. New York, NY: Palgrave Macmillan
  • Aslinger, B. S. (2013). Risk, Innovation, and Gender in Media Conglomerates In Cynthia Carter, Linda Steiner, and Lisa McLaughlin, (Eds.) Routledge Companion to Media and Gender. 116-126. New York, NY: Routledge
  • Aslinger, B. S. (2012). WorldSpace Satellite Radio and the South African Footprint In Lisa Parks and James Schwoch, (Eds.) Down to Earth: Satellite Technologies, Industries, and Cultures. 194-203. New Brunswick, N.J.: Rutgers UP
  • Aslinger, B. S. (2012). You Can Ring My Bell and Tap My Phone: Mobile Music, the Ringtone Economy, and the Rise of Apps In Noah Arceneaux and Anandam Kavoori, (Eds.) The Mobile Media Reader. 148-162. New York, NY: Peter Lang
  • Aslinger, B. S. (2010). PlanetOut and the Dichotomies of Queer Media Conglomeration In Chris Pullen and Margaret Cooper, (Eds.) LGBT Identity and Online New Media. 99-110. New York: Routledge
  • Aslinger, B. S. (2008). Rocking Prime Time: Music, the WB, and Teen Culture In Sharon Ross and Louisa Stein, (Eds.) Teen Television: Essays on Programming and Fandom. 78-92. Jefferson, North Carolina: McFarland Press

  • Book Reviews


  • Aslinger, B. S. (2014). [Review of the book MP3: The Meaning of a Format by Jonathan Sterne ]. Critical Studies in Media Communication, (31) 1

  • Conference Proceedings


  • Aslinger, B. S. (2010). Managing Media Production in the Age of Convergence (roundtable convener and participant) University of Texas, (Flow: A Conference on Television and Media Culture)
  • Aslinger, B. S. (2010). Roundtable chair and participant on games and media literacy University of Wisconsin-Madison, (Games, Learning, and Society Educator Symposium)
  • Aslinger, B. S.Huntemann, N. (2010). Developing Design Literacies Through Play University of Wisconsin-Madison, (Games, Learning and Society 6.0)
  • Aslinger, B. S. (2009). Genre in Genre: The Role of Music in Music Games , (Digital Games Research Association)

  • Presentations

  • Aslinger, B. S. (2020). “Not Simply Sweet Nothings: Talk, Recorded Sound, and Intimacy in Weekend” Presented at theNortheast Modern Language Association Boston, MA
  • Aslinger, B. S. (2019). “Imagining Reciprocity” Presented at the Society for Cinema and Media Studies Society for Cinema and Media Studies Seattle, WA
  • Aslinger, B. S. (2018). “Mediating Stonewall” Presented at theCrossroads in Cultural Studies Shanghai, China
  • Aslinger, B. S. (2018). “Roy Cohn and Queer Villainy” Presented at theCelebrity Studies Rome, Italy
  • Aslinger, B. S. (2018). “PrEP and the Sensuality of Touch, Connection, and Care” Presented at theLavender Languages and Linguistics Providence, Rhode Island
  • Aslinger, B. S. (2018). “Producing Queer Markets: How/When/Why Do Queer Audiences Matter?” Presented at theMedia Industries King's College, London, UK
  • Aslinger, B. S. (2018). “Moving Along and Pushing the Bar?: QAF, Cucumber, Queer Narrative Possibilities, and the Televisual Unimaginable” Presented at theSociety for Cinema and Media Studies Toronto, Canada
  • Aslinger, B. S. (2017). “PrEP and the Sensuality of Touch, Connection, and Care” Presented at the University of Turku Affective Politics of Social Media Symposium Turku, Finland
  • Aslinger, B. S. (2017). “Alternative Geographies of Game Development” Presented at theInternational Communication Association San Diego, CA
  • Aslinger, B. S. (2017). “Racializing PrEP” Presented at theInternational Communication Association San Diego, CA
  • Aslinger, B. S. (2017). “Respondent to panel titled "Enabling Constraints: Queer Television’s Limits and Possibilities"” Presented at theSociety for Cinema and Media Studies Chicago, IL
  • Aslinger, B. S. (2016). “Beautiful Gowns and Coke-Fueled Rages: Design Labor, Queer Biography, and Yves Saint Laurent” Presented at the Celebrity Studies Journal and Routledge 3rd International Celebrity Studies Conference: Authenticating Celebrity Amsterdam, Netherlands
  • Aslinger, B. S. (2016). “Not Simply Sweet Nothings: Sound Technologies, Queerness, and Intimacy” Presented at the Screen Journal and the University of Glasgow Screen Glasgow, Scotland
  • Aslinger, B. S. (2016). “Located Sounds: The Place of Sound in Research” Presented at theSound Studies @ UW Workshop Madison, Wisconsin
  • Aslinger, B. S. (2016). “Not Simply Sweet Nothings: Sound Technologies, Queerness, and Intimacy” Presented at the Department of Communication Arts and Sound Studies cluster, UW-Madison Media and Cultural Studies and Sound Studies @ UW Colloquium Madison, Wisconsin
  • Aslinger, B. S. (2015). “Imagining Reciprocity” Presented at theConsole-ing Passions: International Conference on Television, Audio, Video, New Media and Feminism Dublin, Ireland
  • Aslinger, B. S. (2015). “Imagining Reciprocity: Interracial and Interethnic Queer Male Couples and the Work of Intimacy” Presented at the MIT Women's and Gender Studies Intellectual Forum Cambridge, MA
  • Nichols, R., Aslinger, B. S., Haughton, D. M., Frydenberg, M. E., Gulati, G. J. (2014). Presented at the Valente Center for Arts and Sciences 25th Anniversary of the Web Bentley University
  • Aslinger, B. S. (2014). “The Multiple Geographies of Games” Presented at the Olin College, Wellesley College, and Babson College Are We Game? Video Games Beyond Entertainment Needham, MA
  • Aslinger, B. S. (2014). “Post-Closet Lives in U.S. Television” Presented at theInternational Conference on Narrative Cambridge, MA
  • Aslinger, B. S. (2014). “24 fps, 24/7?: Striving for Work/Life Balance” Presented at theSociety for Cinema and Media Studies Seattle, WA
  • Aslinger, B. S. (2014). “Alternative Geographies of Game Development” Presented at theSociety for Cinema and Media Studies Seattle, WA
  • Dayal, S., Abbott, T., Korepanova, E., Sorensen, K. I., Aslinger, B. S. (2013). “Gender, Queerness & Nation” Presented at the Gender Studies Program and LGBTQ@Bentley Faculty Roundtable Bentley University
  • Aslinger, B. S., Prater, T. (2013). “"YouTube C’yan Done": Networked Jamaican Reggae, Performance, and Genre ” Presented at the International Association for the Study of Popular Music International Association for the Study of Popular Music biannual conference Gijon, Spain
  • Aslinger, B. S., Prater, T. (2013). “Networked Jamaican Reggae: Recording, Performance and Race in a Transnational Music Industry” Presented at the International Communication Association International Communication Association London, UK
  • Aslinger, B. S. (2013). “Networks, Plague, and the City in Oedipe -(n+1)” Presented at the Interdisciplinary-Net 2nd global conference on Monstrous Geographies: Places and Spaces of Monstrosity Prague, Czech Republic
  • Aslinger, B. S. (2013). “It May Be Public, But It’s Not a Performance: The Curious Case of Ringtones” Presented at the MIT MIT8 Public Media, Private Media: Media in Transition international conference Cambridge, MA
  • Aslinger, B. S. (2013). “Unlocking Kurt: Celebrity Likenesses and Ludic Music” Presented at the Society for Cinema and Media Studies Society for Cinema and Media Studies Chicago, IL
  • Aslinger, B. S. (2013). “Sound in Video Games and Interactive Media” Presented at the Society for Cinema and Media Studies Society for Cinema and Media Studies Chicago, IL
  • Aslinger, B. S. (2012). “Redefining the Console for the Digital, Global, and Networked Era” Presented at the Society for Cinema and Media Studies Society for Cinema and Media Studies Boston, MA
  • Aslinger, B. S. (2012). “Workshop participant on “The Undergraduate TV Paper”” Presented at the Society for Cinema and Media Studies Society for Cinema and Media Studies Boston, MA
  • Aslinger, B. S. (2012). “"You Go Disco and I’ll Go My Way": Out Magazine, Music Criticism, and Queer Listening Formations ” Presented at theConsole-ing Passions International Conference on Television, Audio, Video, New Media and Feminism Boston, MA
  • Aslinger, B. S. (2012). “Listening in to Web 2.0: Subjectivity, Alterity, and Power” Presented at the American Studies Association American Studies Association San Juan, Puerto Rico
  • Aslinger, B. S. (2012). “Game Consoles and Global/Local Play” Presented at the Association for Cultural Studies Crossroads in Cultural Studies Paris, France
  • Aslinger, B. S. (2011). “Playing Stonewall” Presented at theAssociation of Internet Researchers 12.0 Seattle, WA
  • Aslinger, B. S. (2011). “What is Queer Game Studies?” Presented at theConsole-ing Passions International Conference on Television, Audio, Video, New Media and Feminism Adelaide, South Australia
  • Aslinger, B. S. (2011). “New and Emerging Media Forms in the Global Media Course” Presented at the International Communication Association International Communication Association Boston, MA
  • Aslinger, B. S. (2011). “The Price is Right: Licensing Tracks and Artists for the Rock Band and Guitar Hero Franchises” Presented at the International Communication Association International Communication Association Boston, MA
  • Aslinger, B. S. (2011). “Consoles, Software, and the Circulation of Gaming Cultures” Presented at the International Communication Association International Communication Association Boston, MA
  • Aslinger, B. S. (2011). “Consoles and Culture” Presented at the MIT Media in Transition 7: Unstable Platforms: The Promise and Peril of Transition Cambridge, MA
  • Aslinger, B. S. (2011). “The Price is Right: Licensing Tracks and Artists for the Rock Band, Guitar Hero, and DJ Hero Franchises” Presented at theSociety for Cinema and Media Studies New Orleans, LA
  • Aslinger, B. S. (2010). “Managing Media Production in the Age of Convergence (roundtable convener and participant)” Presented at the University of Texas Flow: A Conference on Television and Media Culture Austin, TX
  • Aslinger, B. S. (2010). “Proper Pleasures?: Cultural Studies and the Game Studies Project” Presented at the University of Wisconsin-Madison Fiske Matters: A Conference on John Fiske’s Continuing Legacy for Cultural Studies Madison, WI
  • Aslinger, B. S. (2010). “Roundtable chair and participant on games and media literacy” Presented at the University of Wisconsin-Madison Games, Learning, and Society Educator Symposium Madison, WI
  • Aslinger, B. S., Huntemann, N. (2010). “Developing Design Literacies Through Play” Presented at the University of Wisconsin-Madison Games, Learning and Society 6.0 Madison, WI
  • Aslinger, B. S., Frydenberg, M. E. (2010). “Learning and Engaging Students with Web 2.0 Tools” Presented at theNortheast Regional Computing Program Web 2.0 Tools for Promoting Multifaceted Learning Special Interest Group Norwood, MA
  • Aslinger, B. S. (2009). “Work That Bootie: Mashups and Musical Politics” Presented at theMIT Media and Transition 6: Stone and Papyrus, Storage and Transmission, an international conference Cambridge, MA
  • Aslinger, B. S. (2009). “"Can You Cut Like a Rock Star?": Popular Music and Surgical Aesthetics in the Medical Drama” Presented at theMusic and the Moving Image New York City
  • Aslinger, B. S. (2009). “Genre in Genre: The Role of Music in Music Games” Presented at theDigital Games Research Association Brunel University, West London, UK
  • Aslinger, B. S. (2009). “Televising Queer Politics in the Post-Network Era” Presented at theInternational Communication Association Chicago, IL
  • Aslinger, B. S. (2009). “Let's All Kongregate: The Business and Aesthetics of Casual Gaming” Presented at theGames, Learning, and Society 5.0 Madison, WI
  • Aslinger, B. S. (2008). “Black and White Make Grey: The Life Cycle of the iPod” Presented at theInternational Association for the Study of Popular Music-U.S. conference Iowa City, Iowa
  • Aslinger, B. S. (2008). “Adventures in Toronto and Baltimore: Local Flavor, Popular Music, and Urban Cultural Geographies on American Television” Presented at theSociety for Cinema and Media Studies Philadelphia
  • Aslinger, B. S. (2007). “Debating the Boundaries of Queer Music: Hot Wire, Out Magazine, and Music Promotion, 1989-2005” Presented at theInternational Association for the Study of Popular Music-U.S. conference Boston, MA
  • Aslinger, B. S. (2007). “Wanna Headbang in San Andreas?: Gaming and Music Industry Negotiations in the 1990s” Presented at theMIT5: Creativity, Ownership, and Collaboration in the Digital Age (Media in Transition) Cambridge, MA
  • Aslinger, B. S. (2007). “Looking for the Real Rufus and the Music of Merritt” Presented at theSociety for Cinema and Media Studies Chicago, IL
  • Aslinger, B. S. (2006). “Digital Queers: Logo's Constructions of Community” Presented at theConsole-ing Passions International Conference on Television, Audio, Video, New Media and Feminism Milwaukee, WI
  • Aslinger, B. S. (2006). “Playstation Vibes: Popular Music, Gaming, and Gender” Presented at theInternational Association for the Study of Popular Music-U.S. conference Murfreesboro, TN
  • Aslinger, B. S. (2006). “Rocking Prime Time: Music, the WB, and Teen Culture” Presented at theSociety for Cinema and Media Studies Vancouver, BC, Canada
  • Aslinger, B. S. (2005). “National Advertisers, the Advocate, and Abjected Queer Sexual Performance” Presented at theNational Communication Association Boston, MA, USA
  • Aslinger, B. S. (2005). “Queer as Folk, Television Sound, and Transnational Flows: Defining and Delimiting Queer Subjectivities Through Music” Presented at theNational Communication Association Boston
  • Service

    Department Service


  • Committee Member for Evaluation Committee 2014 - Present
  • Committee Chair for Search Committee for Lecturer (ESOL and multilingual writing) - 2021
  • Committee Member for Curriculum Committee 2016 - 2019
  • Committee Member for Research and Pedagogy Committee 2016 - 2019
  • Committee Chair for Search Committee 2018 - 2019
  • Committee Chair for Search Committee 2018 - 2018
  • Committee Member for Search Committee, English and Media Studies 2017 - 2018
  • Committee Member for Search Committee, English and Media Studies 2016 - 2017
  • Other for Expository Writing Placement Essay Reader - 2015
  • Committee Member for Media and Culture Committee 2008 - 2015
  • Committee Chair for Media and Culture Committee 2013 - 2015
  • Committee Member for Search Committee 2014 - 2015
  • Reader for Expository Writing Placement Essays - 2014
  • Committee Member for Search Committee 2013 - 2014
  • Committee Member for Expository Writing Placement Reader - 2013
  • Committee Member for Search Committee 2011 - 2012
  • Tag, Click, Remember: Using Web 2.0 Tools for Writing and Researching for - 2010
  • University Service


  • Committee Member for Communications Sequence Design Group (Curriculum) 2021 - Present
  • Served as head of Joint Chairs for Joint Chairs 2021 - Present
  • Mentor for PRIDE and LGBTQIA+ Student Mentor Program 2020 - Present
  • Co-leader for Reading & Engagement Across Disciplines (READ) 2018 - Present
  • Department Chair for English and Media Studies 2017 - Present
  • Committee Member for International Film Series Committee 2009 - Present
  • Committee Member for Focal Area 2 Governance Working Group (Curriculum) - 2021
  • Committee Member for Commencement Speaker Committee 2020 - 2021
  • Committee Member for A&S Curriculum Working Group (charged by TF4.0) - 2020
  • Committee Member for Creating the Bentley Summer Trimester Student Experience Working Group - 2020
  • Task Force Member for Workday Stabilization Task Force - 2020
  • Mentor (Faculty) for First Year Seminar 2019 - 2019
  • Faculty Fellow for Valente Center Humanities Research Seminar 2018 - 2019
  • Mentor (Faculty) for First Year Seminar 2018 - 2018
  • Committee Member for Undergraduate Curriculum Advisory Group 2018 - 2018
  • Mentor (Faculty) for Valente Center Undergraduate Research Fellow 2017 - 2018
  • Committee Member for LGBTQ Committee 2012 - 2018
  • Judge for Deans' Case Competition - 2018
  • Mentor (Faculty) for First-Year Seminar 2017 - 2017
  • Task Force Member for Signature Work Task Force 2016 - 2017
  • Administrative Assignment, Other for Creative Industries Major co-coordinator 2016 - 2017
  • University Senate for Faculty Senator for Department of English and Media Studies 2016 - 2017
  • Internal faculty member of the seminar for Valente Center Humanities Seminar 2016 - 2017
  • Mentor (Faculty) for First Year Seminar Advisor 2016 - 2016
  • Committee Member for Thought Leadership Network on Gender and Leadership - 2016
  • Student Organization Advisor for WBTY Bentley Radio 2010 - 2016
  • Attendee for Bentley University Fall Open House - 2016
  • Other for First Year Student Advisor 2014 - 2015
  • Committee Chair for Faculty Affairs Committee 2014 - 2015
  • Committee Member for Faculty Affairs Committee 2013 - 2015
  • Committee Member for Diversity Council 2014 - 2014
  • Committee Member for Research Colloquium Committee 2014 - 2014
  • Administrative Assignment, Other for Valente Center for Arts and Sciences 2013 - 2014
  • Committee Member for Teaching and Scholarly Awards Committee 2011 - 2013
  • Guest Speaker for LGBTQ Committee Faculty Lecture Series - 2012
  • Internal Discussant, Valente Center for Arts and Sciences Working Seminar for - 2010
  • Professional Service


  • Committee Member for Boston Cinema/Media Seminar Advisory Board 2019 - Present
  • Committee Member for Boston Media Studies Collective 2008 - Present
  • Mentor for Queer and Trans Caucus, Society for Cinema and Media Studies 2020 - 2022
  • Committee Member for Best Edited Collection Award Committee, Society for Cinema and Media Studies - 2020
  • Reviewer, Grant Proposal for National Science Centre, Poland - 2020
  • Mentor, Northeast Modern Language Association Conference Job Clinic for Northeast Modern Language Association Conference - 2020
  • Reviewer, Journal Article for Oxford University Press - Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Communication - 2020
  • Reviewer, Book for Routledge - 2020
  • Editorial Advisory Board Member for The Velvet Light Trap 2018 - 2020
  • Committee Member for Nominating Committee, Society for Cinema and Media Studies 2017 - 2020
  • Blurb writer for EUP Monograph for Edinburgh University Press 2019 - 2019
  • Reviewer, Journal Article for Media Industries 2019 - 2019
  • Reviewer, Book for Oxford University Press 2019 - 2019
  • Reviewer, Journal Article for Television & New Media - 2019
  • Committee Chair for Nominating Committee, Society for Cinema and Media Studies 2018 - 2018
  • Senior Co-Chair for Queer Caucus, Society for Cinema and Media Studies 2017 - 2018
  • Reviewer, Conference Paper for International Communication Association - 2017
  • Mentor for Society for Cinema and Media Studies Alex Doty Queer Caucus Mentorship Program 2013 - 2017
  • Junior Co-Chair for Queer Caucus, Society of Cinema and Media Studies 2016 - 2017
  • Reviewer, Journal Article for New Review of Film and Television Studies - 2016
  • Reviewer, Journal Article for Queer Studies in Media and Popular Culture - 2016
  • Reviewer, Journal Article for Sexualities - 2016
  • Member of Programming Commitee for 2017 conference to be held in Chicago, March 2017 for Society for Cinema and Media Studies - 2016
  • Officer, Secretary for Queer Caucus, Society for Cinema and Media Studies 2015 - 2016
  • Reviewer, Journal Article for Chinese Journal of Communication - 2015
  • Reviewer, Journal Article for Critical Studies in Media Communication - 2015
  • Reviewer, Journal Article for Feminist Media Studies - 2015
  • Reviewer, Journal Article for New Media & Society - 2015
  • Reviewer, Journal Article for New Media & Society - 2015
  • Reviewer, Book for Oxford University Press - 2015
  • Reviewer, Journal Article for Sexualities - 2015
  • Reviewer, Journal Article for Television & New Media - 2015
  • Reviewer, Journal Article for International Journal of Cultural Studies - 2014
  • Reviewer, Journal Article for Ada: A Journal of Gender, New Media, and Technology - 2013
  • Reviewer, Journal Article for Critical Studies in Media Communication - 2013
  • Reviewer, Conference Paper for International Communication Association - 2013
  • Reviewer, Journal Article for Media History - 2013
  • Reviewer, Journal Article for Sexualities - 2013
  • Reviewer, Journal Article for Women's Studies Quarterly - 2013
  • Reviewer, Conference Paper for International Communication Association Popular Communication division - 2012
  • Reviewer, Journal Article for Feminist Media Studies - 2012
  • Reviewer, Book for Routledge (book proposal review) - 2012
  • Reviewer, Conference Paper for Foundations of Digital Games 2012 - 2012
  • Reviewer, Ad Hoc Reviewer for Association of Internet Researchers - 2011
  • Committee Member for Welcoming Committee for Society and Media Studies conference - 2011
  • Reviewer, Journal Article for Feminist Media Studies - 2011
  • Reviewer, Conference Paper for International Communication Association - 2010
  • Committee Member for Marlboro College, outside examiner on plan in American/media studies - 2010
  • Reviewer, Journal Article for Popular Communication - 2010
  • Judge for Music Video category, Suffolk University Rammy Awards, sponsored by Suffolk’s Department of Communication and Journalism - 2009
  • Reviewer, Journal Article for Popular Communication - 2009
  • Reviewer, Journal Article for Popular Communication - 2008
  • Reviewer, Journal Article for Journal of Popular Music Studies - 2007
  • Reviewer, Book for Velvet Light Trap (journal) - 2005