Lee Artz, Ph.D.
Professor, Media Studies
Director, Center for Global Studies
Lee Artz is a professor of media studies and the director of the department of communications. He is also the Center for Global Studies representative and serves on the faculty senate editorial boards of capitalism, communication, critique and democratic communique.
- Political economy of media production
- Analysis of media news and entertainment content
- Relation between public interest and media industry
- Investigation of media framing of international events
- Media contribution to mass consent for social order
I am a former steelworker and machinist. My union contract funded my Masters in Communication. I use experiences from H.S. and AAU Basketball Coaching (in Chicago and Michigan) to organize my classes.
- Pink Tide: Media Access and Political Power in Latin America Global Entertainment
- Media: A Critical Introduction Article.
- The Political Economy of Attention: Global News Agencies and the Destruction of Democracy.
- Media and Popular Culture (including Disney, superheroes, telenovelas, etc.)
- Global Entertainment
- Global Media Communication and Democracy
- NCAA Faculty Athletic Representative
- PNW Director, Graduate Studies, Department of Communication
- Faculty Advisor, Lamba Pi Eta
- Communication Honor Society Faculty Advisor
- Students for Justice in Palestine
- Faculty Advisor, Union for Democratic Communication