Shaheed N. Mohammed, Ph.D.

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Associate Professor, Communications
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    Dr. Mohammed teaches a blend of multimedia, theory, and introductory-level courses. He is author of "Communication and the Globalization of Culture: Beyond Tradition and Borders" (Lexington, 2011) and "The (Dis)Information Age: The Persistence of Ignorance" (Peter Lang, 2012). In addition, he has published in a wide range of scholarly journals, including "New Media and Society," "the Journal of Computer Mediated Communication," and "the Journal of Health Communication." He was previous head of the Communication Program at American University of Kuwait and earned tenure while at Marist College in Poughkeepsie, New York. He has been an invited lecturer at many venues, including recent international presentations in Jamaica and India. He earned his Ph.D. at the University of New Mexico, where his dissertation adviser was legendary communications scholar Everett Rogers.

    Research Interests

    Mass Media

    Social Media



    Health Communication

    Popular Culture

    Cultural Studies

    Subaltern Studies