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Asquith, Kyle, ed. Forthcoming. Advertising, Consumer Culture, and Canadian Society: A Reader. Toronto: Oxford University Press Canada.

Asquith, Kyle. Forthcoming. “Influencer Marketing, the Commercial Forces of Social Media Celebrity, and Challenges for Canadian Advertising Regulation.” In Advertising, Consumer Culture, and Canadian Society: A Reader. Toronto: Oxford University Press Canada.

Leiss, William, Stephen Kline, Sut Jhally, Jacqueline Botterill, and Kyle Asquith. Forthcoming 2018. Social Communication in Advertising 4th edition. New York: Routledge.

Asquith, Kyle. 2017. “Protecting the ‘Guinea Pig Children’: Resisting Children’s Food Advertising in the 1930s.” In Shopping for Change: Consumer Activism and the Possibilities of Purchasing Power, 85-96. Edited by Louis Hyman and Joseph Tohill. Toronto: Between the Lines Press.

Asquith, Kyle. 2015. “Classic Campaign: From Consumers of Food to Participants in the ‘Modern’ Consumer Marketplace - How Cream of Wheat Approached Children, 1900-1935.” Advertising & Society Review 16, no. 1.

Asquith, Kyle. 2015. “Knowing the Child Consumer Through Box-tops: Data Collection, Measurement, and Advertising to Children, 1920-1945.” Critical Studies in Media Communication 32, no. 2: 112-127.

Asquith, Kyle. 2014. “Join the Club: Food Advertising, 1930s Children’s Popular Culture, and Brand Socialization.” Popular Communication 12, no. 1: 17-31.

Asquith, Kyle. 2014. “Publicly Funded, Then Locked Away: The Work of the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation.” In Dynamic Fair Dealing: Creating Canadian Culture Online, 90-99. Edited by Rosemary Coombe, Darren Wershler, and Martin Zeilinger. Toronto: University of Toronto Press.

Asquith, Kyle, and Alison Hearn. 2012. “Promotional Prime Time: ‘Advertainment,’ Internal Network Promotion, and the Future of Canadian Television.” Canadian Journal of Communication 37, no. 2: 241-257.

Asquith, Kyle, and Valerie Scatamburlo-D’Annibale. 2012. “Opening the Floodgates: Foreign Ownership, Neoliberal Ideology, and the Threat to Democratic Media Culture.” In Communication in Question 2nd edition, 41-48. Edited by Josh Greenberg and Charlene Elliott. Toronto: Nelson Education.

Brown, B. Forthcoming. The Boom in ‘Broken Windows’: examining the place of digitized street art in post-industrial urban renewal. Architecture_MPS: Architecture, Media, Politics, Society.

Scatamburlo-D'Annibale, V., Brown, B., McLaren, P., forthcoming 2016.  Marx and the  Philosophy of  Praxis.  In Smeyers, P. (Ed). International Handbook of Philosophy of Education. Springer International.

 Brown, B. 2015. “Detroit's Bellwether: Picturing London's East End and the Perilous Business of Street Art.” [Photographs & Essay]. Stories of the City. An Exhibition hosted by In-Terminus: Media, Art & Urban Ecologies. Sarah Beveridge Contemporary Art Gallery. Windsor, Ontario, Canada. November 21-24, 2015.

Brown, B. & Quan-Hasse, A. 2015. “‘A Workers' Inquiry 2.0:’ An Ethnographic Method for the Study of Produsage in Social Media Contexts” in Marx in the Age of Digital Capitalism. C. Fuchs & V. Mosco (Eds.). New York, USA: Brill Publications, pp. 447-481.

Brown, B. A. 2014. ‘Will Work For Free’: the biopolitics of unwaged digital labour. TripleC: Communication, Capitalism, and Critique. Special Issue: Philosophers of the World Unite! Theorizing Digital Labour & Virtual Work.

Brown, B. A. 2014. The Work of ‘Street Art’ in the Age of Digital Reproducibility. Digital Art & The Urban Environment. Ed. F. Marchese, Springer Publications: New York, NY.

Brown, B. A. 2013. Primitive Digital Accumulation: Privacy, Social Networks and Biopolitical Exploitation. Rethinking Marxism, Vol. 25 (3): 385-403.

Brown, B. A. & Quan Hasse, A. 2012. ‘A Workers’ Inquiry 2.0’: An Ethnographic Method for the Study of Produsage in Social Media Contexts. TripleC: Communication, Capitalism, and Critique Vol. 10 (2): 488-508.

Quan-Haase, A. & Brown, B. A. 2012. Uses and Gratifications Theory. Encyclopedia of  Media and Communication. Ed. M. Danesi, University of Toronto Press: Toronto, Ontario.

Bryant, S., "The Mediated Experiences of our Everyday/Everynight Lives" In Manzerolle, Vincent and Daubs, Michael, eds.

From Here to Ubiquity: Critical and International Perspectives on Mobile and Ubiquitous Media, 2017.  In Press.

Bryant, S. 2013. “Children's Culture and the Environment in the Digital Age,” Democratic   Communique,  26:1, 2013, pp. 1-16. Bryant, S. 2013. “It's Not Easy Being Green: The Greenwashing of Environmental Discourses in   Advertising” Canadian Journal of Communication, 38:2, 2013,  pp.  207-226 (with Jennifer Budinsky).

Darroch, Michael. 2016. “Border Scenes: Detroit Windsor”, Darroch, Michael, in Scene Thinking, Woo, Benjamin Woo; Rennie, Jamie; Poyntz, Stuart R. (eds), (Routledge, 2016) (Submitted)

Darroch, Michael 2016. “Medial Translations and Human Unsettlements: Planetary Urbanisms Planetary Urbanisms from McLuhan to Flusser”, Darroch, Michael, in Simon, Sherry, Speaking Memory: How Translation Shapes City Life, Sherry Simon (eds), (McGill-Queens University Press, 2016), 29 pp (In Press)

Darroch, Michael. 2016. “Giedion and Explorations: Confluences of Space and Media in Toronto School Theorisation.” Media Transatlantic: Media Theory between Canada and Germany. Norm Friesen, ed. Vienna: Springer. 63-90 pp.

Darroch, Michael 2016. “The Toronto School: Cross-Border Encounters, Intellectual Entanglements”, in The International History of Communication Studies, David W. Park and Peter Simonson (eds), (Routledge, 2016), 276-301 pp

Darroch, Michael. 2015. “Voix synesthésques : multivocalité numérique et langage incorporé dans l’espace théâtral.” Théâtre et Intermédialité. Jean-Marc Larrue, ed. Les Presses Universitaires du Septentrion. 170-187 pp.

Darroch, Michael. 2015 “Diversions: In Windsor Looking Out”, in Border Cultures, Srimoyee Mitra (eds), (Black Dog Publishing, 2015), 24-25 pp

Darroch, Michael, “Border Scenes: Detroit/Windsor,” Cultural Studies, 29: 298-325 pp, 2015

Darroch, Michael, “Sigfried Giedion und die Explorations: Die anonyme Geschichte der Medien-Architektur,” Zeitschrift für Mediengeschichte, 144-154 pp, 2014

Darroch, Michael; Marchessault, Janine, 2014 “Introduction: Urban Cartographies”, in Cartographies of Places: Navigating the Urban, Darroch, Michael and Marchessault, Janine (eds), (McGill-Queen's University Press, 2014), 3-21 pp.

Darroch, Michael and Janine Marchessault, eds. 2014. Cartographies of Place: Navigating the Urban. (McGill-Queen’s University Press, Culture of Cities Series)

Darroch, Michael; Rodney, Lee. 2014. “Reading Windsor as South Detroit: cross-border legacies and activist connections”, in Uniting Detroiters: Peoples Atlas of Detroit, Campbell, Linda; Newman, Andrew; Safransky, Sara (eds), (Wayne State University Press, 2014), 11 pp (Submitted with Revisions)

Darroch, Michael. 2011. “Language and Media”, in Intersections of Media and Communications: Concepts and Critical Frameworks, Straw, Will; Gabriele, Sandra; Wagman, Ira (eds), (Emond Montgomery Publications, 2011), 89-110 pp

Darroch, Michael. 2010. “Language in the City, Language of the City”, in Circulation and the City: Essays on Mobility and Urban Culture, Boutros, Alexandra; Straw, Will (eds), (McGill-Queens University Press, 2010), 23-47 pp

Darroch, Michael; Nelson, Kim, “Windsoria: Border/Screen/Environment,” Public: Arts/Culture/Ideas, 40: 56-65 pp, 2010

Darroch, Michael; Darroch, Gordon, “Losing Our Census,” Canadian Journal of Communication, 35(4): 609-617 pp, 2010

Darroch, Michael. 2010. “Materiality” and “Feedback Loop.” Mapping Intermediality in Performance, Sarah Bay-Cheng, Chiel Kattenbelt, Andrew Lavender, Robin Nelson, (eds), (Amsterdam University Press), 141 and 183-184 pp

Engle, Karen 2015. “The Boondoggle: Lee Miller and the Vicissitudes of Private Archives,” Photographies, 8:  85-104 pp,

Engle, Karen 2013. “Fragments of Desire,” Imaginations, North by West: 2015   (Submitted) 3. Engle, Karen, “Becoming Monument, Activating Windsor,” Societies, 3: 482-490 pp, 2013

Engle, Karen 2012. “Miller's Crossing: War, Surrealism, Photography”, Engle, Karen, in    Finn, Jonathan, Visual Communication and Culture: Images in Action, Finn,  Jonathan (eds), (Oxford University Press, 2012), pp. 249-261.

Manzerolle, Vincent. “There is no snow in Silicon Valley”, Digital Culture and Society. Forthcoming. Co-authored with Andrew Herman and Brett Caraway.

Manzerolle, Vincent “App-centric Mobile Media and Commoditization: Implications for the Future of the Open Web”, Mobile Media & Society. Forthcoming. Co-authored with Michael Daubs.

Manzerolle, Vincent. 2014. “‘All the World’s a Shopping Cart’: Theorizing the Political Economy of Ubiquitous Media and Markets,” New Media & Society. 2014. Co-authored with Lee McGuigan.

Manzerolle, Vincent 2014. “Digital Media and Capital’s Logic of Acceleration” in C. Fuchs and V. Mosco eds. Marx in the Age of Digital Capitalism. Brill. 2014. Co-authored with Atle Kjosen. 

Manzerolle, Vincent 2014. “The Rise, Fall and Future of “BlackBerry™ Capitalism” in A. Herman, J. Hadlaw, and T. Swiss eds. The Materialities and Imaginaries of the Mobile Internet. Routledge. 2014. Co-authored with Andrew Herman.

Manzerolle, Vincent 2014. “Technologies of Immediacy / Economies of Attention: Notes on the Development of Mobile Media and Wireless Connectivity” in V. Manzerolle and L. McGuigan eds. The Audience Commodity in a Digital Era.

Manzerolle, Vincent 2014. “Dare et Capere: Virtuous Mesh and a Targeting Diagram” in S. Matviyenko and P. D. Miller eds, The Imaginary App. MIT Press. 2014. Co-authored with Atle Kjosen.

Manzerolle, Vincent 2014. The Audience Commodity in a Digital Age. Peter Lang. 2014. Co-edited with Lee McGuigan.

Manzerolle, Vincent 2012. “The Communication of Capital: Digital Media and the Logic of Acceleration” Triple C: Communication, Capitalism & Critique. Volume 10, Issue 2. 2012. Co-authored with Atle Kjosen. Also translated into Turkish and Chinese.

Manzerolle, Vincent 2011. “Mobilizing the Audience Commodity: Digital Labour in a Wireless World” Ephemera, Volume 10, Issue 3/4. 2011.

Manzerolle, Vincent 2011. “Consumer Databases and the Commercial Mediation of Identity: A Medium Theory Analysis,” Surveillance and Society, special issue on Consumption and Surveillance, Volume 8, Issue 3. 2011. Co-authored with Dr. Sandra Smeltzer.

Manzerolle, Vincent 2010. “The Virtual Debt Factory: Towards an Analysis of Debt and Abstraction in the American Credit Crisis,” Triple C: Communication, Capitalism & Critique. Special issue on Crisis and Communication, Volume 8, Issue 2. 2010

Scatamburlo-D'Annibale, V., Brown, B., McLaren, P., forthcoming 2016.  Marx and the Philosophy of Praxis.  In Smeyers, P. (Ed). International Handbook of Philosophy of EducationSpringer International.

Scatamburlo-D'Annibale, Valerie. 2015.  "Beyond Discourse Radicalism: Revolutionary Critical Pedagogy and the Struggle for Social Justice." In Handbook of Progressive Education.  Eds. M. Eryaman and B. Bruce.  New York:  Peter Lang, pp. 671-696.

Scatamburlo-D'Annibale, V. (with P. McLaren), forthcoming 2017. "Class Dismissed? Historical  Materialism and the Politics of "Difference." In Pruyn, M. & Huerta-Charles, L. (Eds.) This Fist Called My Heart: The Peter McLaren Reader, vol. 2.

Scatamburlo-D’Annibale, V. (with Kyle Asquith) 2012. “Opening the Floodgates: Foreign Ownership, Neoliberal Ideology, and the Threat to Democratic Media Culture.” In Communication in Question: Competing Perspectives on Controversial Issues in Communication Studies , 2nd Edition. Eds. J. Greenberg and C. Elliott. Toronto: Nelson Education, pp. 41-48.

Scatamburlo-D'Annibale, V. 2011.  Cold Breezes and Idiot Winds: Patriotic Correctness and the Post-9/11 Assault on Academe.  Rotterdam & Boston: Sense Publishers

Scatamburlo-D’Annibale, V.  2010. “Class-ifying Race: The ‘Compassionate’ Racism of the Right and Why Class Still Matters.”  In Handbook of Cultural Politics and Education.  Ed. Z. Leonardo. Boston/Rotterdam/Taipei: Sense Publishers, pp. 113-140.

Stasko, M. Forthcoming. “The Control”. Writer, Producer, Director, Lead Actor. A post-modern sci-fi thriller feature film in post-production, release slated for 2017, (91 min).

Stasko, M. 2006-2016. “Things To Do”. Writer, Editor, Associate Producer, Lead Actor. A comedic feature film, official selection: Slamdance International Film Festival, Stockholm International Film Festival, rescreened Windsor International Film Festival. Theatrical and DVD release across North America (The Movie Network, Blockbuster, Mongrel Media, Lifesize Entertainment), (85 min).

Stasko, M. 2014-2015. “The Birder”. Writer, Co-Producer, Actor. A comedic feature film, official selection: Calgary International Film Festival, Raindance Film Festival, L.A. Comedy Fest, Canada Film Fest. Made with TeleFilm Canada, Industry Works. Theatrical, DVD and Television release, sold to Sony Pictures in USA. Starring Tom Cavanagh (Ed, The Flash), Fred Willard (Wall-E, Best In Show) and Graham Greene (Dances With Wolves, The Green Mile), (85 min).

Virdi, J. 2011. “Nation and its Discontents” from The Cinematic Imagination rpt. in Critical Visions in Film Theory. Eds. Timothy Corrigan, Patricia White and Meta Mazaj. Boston, MA: Bedford/St. Martin’s, p. 958-976.

Winter, J. 2016 “Propaganda in a Neoliberal Universe: An Interview With James Winter,” Synaesthasia, SCAC, Spring, 2016, 18-23. With Daniel Broudy.

Winter, J. 2015 “Evo Morales and Bolivia: Election Coverage in the Toronto Star,” (With Parma Yarkin) in News From Somewhere: A Reader in Communication and Challenges to Globalization, Daniel Broudy, Jeff Klaehn and James Winter (Eds), WayzGoose Press, Eugene Oregon, Forthcoming, 2015.

Winter, J. (Ed.) 2015 News From Somewhere: A Reader in Communication and Challenges to Globalization, (with Daniel Broudy and Jeff Klaehn), Wayzgoose Press, Seattle, June, 2015.

Winter, J. 2014 “Toronto Star Coverage and the Politics of Breast Cancer,” Synaesthasia, SCAC, 3:3, Summer, 2014. With Jane McArthur.

Winter, J. 2012. “The Myth of Orwell: The Canadian press and its Orwellian use of Eric Arthur Blair,” in Richard Lance Keeble (Ed), Orwell Today, Arima Publishing, Suffolk, U.K. pp 139-150.

Winter, J. 2012. “Neo-Liberal Attacks on Labour: A Municipal Worker Strike in a Labour Town,” Synaesthasia, SCAC, 1:4, Fall 2012. With Travis Reitsma and Amanda Wilson.

Winter, J. 2011.   “Robert Babe, Personal Reflections,” in Edward A. Comor (ed), Media, Structures, and Power: The Robert E. Babe Collection, pp. 417-420. (Toronto: University of Toronto Press).