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Katie Blevins

Katie Blevins

Assistant Professor

Office

342A Administration Building

Phone

208-885-8873

Mailing Address

875 Perimeter Drive
MS 3178
Moscow, ID  83844-3178

  • Ph.D., The Pennsylvania State University
  • M.A., University of Florida
  • B.A., Trinity University

Katie Blevins received her Ph.D. from the Pennsylvania State University. Prior to arriving at the University of Idaho she spent four years as a Visiting Assistant Professor of Communications at Trinity University in San Antonio, Texas. Her teaching focuses on media law, issues of gender and representation, new technology, and global media. Her research looks at government transparency, the regulation of new technology, and social media activism through the lens of representation.

  • Media law
  • Freedom of information access
  • Women’s studies
  • Media representation issues
  • Social media

  • Katie Blevins, “#TakeaKnee and the Intersection of Toxic-Masculinity & Race” in Misogyny & Media in the Age of Trump, ed. Dr. Maria Marron (Lexington Books, 2020), 267-282
  • Katie Blevins & Kearston Wesner, “Access to Government Officials in the Age of Social Media,” in The Journal of Civic Information, Vol. 1, Issue 1 (August, 2019), 32-60.
  • Katie Blevins, “bell hooks and Consciousness-Raising: Argument for a Fourth Wave of Feminism,” in Mediating Misogyny: Technology, Gender, & Harassment, ed. Dr. Jacqueline Ryan Vickery & Dr. Tracy Everbach (Palgrave MacMillan, 2018), 91-108
  • Katie Blevins, “Broadcast and Telecommunications,” in Mass Communication Law in Idaho, ed. Dr. Rebecca Tallent & Robert J. Taylor, 3rd ed. (Oklahoma: New Forums Press, 2017), 119-138
  • Rebecca Tallent & Katie Blevins, “Newsroom Searches and Court Access by Media,” in Mass Communication Law in Idaho, ed. Dr. Rebecca Tallent & Robert J. Taylor, 3rd ed. (Oklahoma: New Forums Press, 2017), 139-152

School of Journalism and Mass Media

Physical Address:
347 Administration Building

Mailing Address:
School of Journalism and Mass Media
University of Idaho
875 Perimeter Drive MS 3178
Moscow, ID 83844-3178

Phone: 208-885-6458

Email: jamm@uidaho.edu

Web: Journalism and Mass Media

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