Publications

AUTHORED AND EDITED VOLUMES

Cover ImageJulie Cupples and Kevin Glynn, Shifting Nicaraguan Mediascapes: Authoritarianism and the Struggle for Social Justice.  Cham, Switzerland: Springer (in press).

coverPaul Adams, Julie Cupples, Kevin Glynn, André Jansson, and Shaun Moores, Communications/Media/Geographies.  New York: Routledge, 2017.

NZ Geog Cover Image Julie Cupples and Kevin Glynn (eds.), New Zealand Geographer 65 (no. 1, April 2009), Special Issue: “Countercartographies: New (Zealand) Cultural Studies/Geographies and the City.”

Continuum Cover Kevin Glynn and Howard McNaughton (eds.), Continuum: Journal of Media & Cultural Studies 18 (no. 4, Dec. 2004), Special Issue: “Culture Incorporated.”

Book Cover (Small) Kevin Glynn, Tabloid Culture: Trash Taste, Popular Power, and the Transformation of American Television.  Durham, NC: Duke University Press, 2000.

ARTICLES AND CHAPTERS

  • Julie Cupples, Kevin Glynn and Dixie Lee, “La negociación de identidades negras en los medios de comunicación convergentes en la Costa Caribe de Nicaragua,” in Rina Cáceres and Paul Lovejoy (eds.), El significado de la negritud.  San José: Editorial Universidad de Costa Rica (in press).
  • Julie Cupples and Kevin Glynn, “Cultural Studies,” in Douglas Richardson, Noel Castree, Michael F. Goodchild, Audrey Kobayashi, Weidong Liu, and Richard A. Marston (eds.), The International Encyclopedia of Geography: People, the Earth, Environment and Technology.  Malden, MA: Wiley-Blackwell (2017).
  • Julie Cupples and Kevin Glynn, “Neoliberalism, Surveillance and Media Convergence,” in Simon Springer, Kean Birch, and Julie MacLeavy (eds.), Handbook of Neoliberalism (pp. 175-89).  New York: Routledge, 2016.
  • Kevin Glynn, “Visibility, Media Events and Convergence Culture: Struggles for the Meaning of 9/11,” in Julie Cupples, Chris Lukinbeal, and Susan Mains (eds.), Mediated Geographies and Geographies of Media (pp. 293-311).  Dordrecht, Netherlands: Springer, 2015.
  • Kevin Glynn and Julie Cupples, “Negotiating and Queering US Hegemony in TV Drama: Popular Geopolitics and Cultural Studies,” Gender, Place and Culture 22 (no. 2, 2015), pp. 271-87.
  • Julie Cupples and Kevin Glynn, “Indigenizing and Decolonizing Higher Education on Nicaragua’s Atlantic Coast,” Singapore Journal of Tropical Geography 35 (no. 1, March 2014), pp. 56-71.
  • Julie Cupples and Kevin Glynn, “The Mediation and Remediation of Disaster: Hurricanes Katrina and Felix in/and the New Media Environment,” Antipode: A Radical Journal of Geography 46 (no. 2, 2014), pp. 359-81.
  • Julie Cupples and Kevin Glynn, “Postdevelopment Television? Cultural Citizenship and the Mediation of Africa in Contemporary TV Drama,” Annals of the Association of American Geographers 103 (no. 4, 2013), pp. 1003-21.
  • Simon Springer, Heather Chi, Jeremy Crampton, Fiona McConnell, Julie Cupples, Kevin Glynn, Barney Warf and Wes Attewell, “WikiLeaks, Illegal Legalities, and the Biopolitics of Collective Counterintelligence,” Geopolitics 17 (no. 3, 2012), pp. 681-711.
  • Kevin Glynn and Julie Cupples, “Indigenous MediaSpace and the Production of (Trans)locality on Nicaragua’s Mosquito Coast,” Television & New Media 12 (no.2, March 2011), pp. 101-35.
  • Kevin Glynn, Jonathan Gray and Pamela Wilson, “Reading Fiske and Understanding the Popular,” in John Fiske, Understanding Popular Culture, 2nd edition (pp. xxxix-lvii). London: Routledge, 2011.
  • Kevin Glynn, Jonathan Gray and Pamela Wilson, “Reading Fiske and Understanding the Popular,” in John Fiske, Reading the Popular, 2nd edition (pp. xxxix-lvii). London: Routledge, 2011.
  • Julie Cupples and Kevin Glynn, “Editorial: Countercartographies: New (Zealand) Cultural Studies/Geographies and the City,” New Zealand Geographer 65 (no. 1, April 2009), pp. 1-5.
  • Kevin Glynn, “Contested Land and Mediascapes: The Visuality of the Postcolonial City,” New Zealand Geographer 65 (no. 1, April 2009), pp. 6-22. Winner of the US-based Urban Communication Foundation’s Jane Jacobs Urban Communication Award for “an outstanding book and/or journal article that exhibits excellence in addressing issues of urban communication.”
  • Kevin Glynn, “The 2004 Election Did Not Take Place: Bush, Spectacle and the Media Nonevent,” Television & New Media 10 (no. 2, March 2009), pp. 216-45.
  • Kevin Glynn, “And Postmodern Justice for All: The Tabloidization of O.J. Simpson,” in Anita Biressi and Heather Nunn (eds.), The Tabloid Culture Reader (pp. 176-90). Maidenhead, UK: Open University Press, 2008.
  • Julie Cupples, Kevin Glynn and Irving Larios, “Hybrid Cultures of Postdevelopment: The Struggle for Popular Hegemony in Rural Nicaragua,” Annals of the Association of American Geographers 97 (no. 4, Dec. 2007), pp. 786-801.
  • Kevin Glynn and A.F. Tyson, “Indigeneity, Media and Cultural Globalization: The Case of Mataku, or the Maori X-Files,” International Journal of Cultural Studies 10 (no. 2, June 2007), pp. 205-24.
  • Kevin Glynn and Howard McNaughton, “Introduction—Culture Incorporated,” Continuum: Journal of Media & Cultural Studies 18 (no. 4, Dec. 2004), pp. 477-81.
  • Kevin Glynn, “Tabloid Television in the United States,” in Horace Newcomb (ed.), Encyclopedia of Television, 2nd edition, vol. 4 (pp. 2249-52). Chicago: Fitzroy Dearborn Publishers, 2004.
  • Kevin Glynn, “Challenging Disenchantment: The Discreet Charm of Occult TV,” Comparative American Studies: An International Journal 1 (no. 4, Dec. 2003), pp. 421-47.
  • Kevin Glynn, “Tele-Visions of the Otherworldly: The Seductions of Media Culture,” in Victoria Grace, Heather Worth, and Laurence Simmons (eds.), Baudrillard West of the Dateline (pp. 207-27). Palmerston North, New Zealand: Dunmore Press, 2003.
  • Kevin Glynn, “Tabloid Television,” in Horace Newcomb (ed.), Encyclopedia of Television, vol. 3 (pp. 1611-14).  Chicago: Fitzroy Dearborn Publishers, 1997.
  • Kevin Glynn, “Bartmania: The Social Reception of an Unruly Image,” Camera Obscura: Feminism, Culture and Media Studies 38 (May 1996), pp. 61-91.
  • John Fiske and Kevin Glynn, “Trials of the Postmodern,” Cultural Studies 9 (no. 3, Oct. 1995), pp. 505-21.
  • Kevin Glynn, “Reading Supermarket Tabloids as Menippean Satire,” Communication Studies 44 (no. 1, Spring 1993), pp. 19-37.
  • Sophie M. Colleau, Kevin Glynn, Steven Lybrand, Richard M. Merelman, Paula Mohan and James E. Wall, “Symbolic Racism in Candidate Evaluation: An Experiment,” Political Behavior 12 (no. 4, Dec. 1990), pp. 385-402.
  • Kevin Glynn, “Tabloid Television’s Transgressive Aesthetic: A Current Affair and the ‘Shows that Taste Forgot’,” Wide Angle 12 (no. 2, April 1990), pp. 22-44.
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