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Lecturer
N352 Integrative Learning Center
Fall 2014 office hours: MW 10:30-12 & by appt.
(413) 545-1311

Matt Ferrari's work examines gendered discourses of nature, wildness, and primitivity in popular media and cultural production. He teaches courses in media history and communication policies, film history, media effects, and visual communication.

Director of Engaged Research and Learning
N372 Integrative Learning Center
Fall 2014 office hours: Tu 2:30-3:30 & Th 2:30-4:30
(413) 545-3455

My research focuses on social stratification of digital media systems, and the role of public policy, civil society actors, non-profits, and media reform movements in media democracy and digital inclusion efforts in the U.S. and Latin America. Areas of interest: media technologies and social inequality; citizen and community media policy; media reform and justice movements; community broadband; new media and social change; evaluation research.