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Martha Fuentes-Bautista, Ph.D.
Senior Lecturer, Director of Engaged Research & Learning
Department of Communication & School of Public Policy
N372 Integrative Learning Center
413 545-3455

My research focuses on digital inequalities, media and Internet governance, and the role of media advocacy networks and media activism in shaping digital inclusion and media policy in the U.S. and Latin America. My work promotes engaged scholarship that builds capacities and enables dialogue between scholars, students, user communities, practitioners, and policy-makers to create inclusive solutions to digital inequalities and communicative injustices in our media system.

I teach undergraduate and graduate courses on media industries, media and public policy, internet governance, and technology and social inequalities. Through my teaching, I advance digital policy literacy that emphasizes critical understanding of the political economy of media, media and the policy-making processes, and politics of technological infrastructures, empowering students to be informed consumers, active citizens, innovative scholars, media creators and media democracy advocates.

You can follow my publications at https://bit.ly/2QmNYTJ