Curry Chandler

Curry Chandler is a writer, researcher, and independent scholar working in the field of communication and media studies. His writing on media theory and policy has been published in the popular press as well as academic journals. Curry approaches the study of communication from a distinctly critical perspective, and with a commitment to addressing inequality in power relations. The scope of his research activity includes media ecology, political economy, and the critique of ideology.

Curry is a graduate student in the Communication Department at the University of Pittsburgh, having previously earned degrees from Pepperdine University and the University of Central Florida.

Curry Chandler is a writer and researcher working in the areas of urbanism, rhetorical criticism, and media studies. His published writings have appeared in academic journals and the popular press, and cover topics such as net neutrality, news reporting analysis, and the media theory of Marshall McLuhan.

Curry is a graduate teaching fellow in the department of Communication & Rhetoric at the University of Pittsburgh. His current research projects are primarily in the field of urban communication studies, including the political economy of ride-share services, and the development rhetoric of post-industrial urbanization. 

The Cool Medium blog features missives and musings touching on urban studies, media theory & criticism, and a stochastic roster of other topics.

Curry's teaching philosophy is available on his online teaching portfolio.

 

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