Teaching

As a Ph.D. candidate at the University of Minnesota, I also teach courses in the Department of Communications Studies. For more detailed information, please view my curriculum vitae.

Media LiteratesMedia Literates is the course Tumblr blog that I moderate for the several media classes I teach at the University of Minnesota. I am always proud of the work that my students do to contribute to the ongoing success of the blog. Please visit and follow us!

 

COURSES TAUGHT

Spring 2017, Spring 2019 (4 semesters)
COMM 1101 – Introduction to Public Speaking
Jules Wight, Instructor

Fall 2014, Fall 2015 – Summer 2017 (6 semesters)
COMM 3211 – Introduction to U.S. Electronic Media
Large lecture course surveying U.S. media
Jules Wight, Instructor
Course blog: http://medialiterates.tumblr.com

Spring 2015 (1 semester)
COMM 3263W – Media Literacy: Decoding Media Images
Jules Wight, Instructor
Course blog: http://medialiterates.tumblr.com

COMM 3601 – Introduction to Rhetorical Theory
Jules Wight, Teaching Assistant

Fall 2014 (1 semester)
COMM 3211 – Introduction to U.S. Electronic Media
Jules Wight, Instructor

Fall 2013 – Spring 2014 (3 semesters)
COMM 3263W – Media Literacy: Decoding Media Images
Jules Wight, Instructor
Course blog: http://medialiterates.tumblr.com

Spring 2013 (1 semester)
COMM 1101 – Introduction to Public Speaking
Jules Wight, Instructor

COMM 3601 – Introduction to Rhetorical Theory
Jules Wight, Teaching Assistant

Fall 2012
COMM 1101 – Introduction to Public Speaking
Jules Wight, Instructor

SAMPLING OF OTHER COURSES PREPARED TO TEACH

Media Courses

  • Critical Internet Studies
  • Digital Media and Materiality
  • Global Telecommunication Law
  • Emerging Media and Political Economy
  • Digital Media and Social Movements
  • Critical Algorithm Studies
  • Media Policy and Globalization
  • Freedom of Speech in Social Media
  • Media, Gender, and Identity
  • Digital First Amendment Studies
  • Media Surveillance Studies

Rhetoric Courses

  • Introduction to Rhetorical Theory
  • Rhetoric of Digital Citizenship
  • Contemporary Rhetorical Theory
  • Rhetoric of New Media
  • New Materialism and Rhetoric
  • Ethics and Political Rhetoric

Gender/Race/Social Justice Courses

  • Contemporary Queer Theory
  • Transgender Politics and History
  • U.S. Policy and Human Rights in Latin America
  • Media, Gender, and Identity

 

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