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Book Options

  • Ananny, M. (2023). Networked press freedom: Creating infrastructures for a public right to hear. MIT press.  

  • Dunn, H., Moyo, D., Lesitaokana, W., & Barnabas, B. (2021). Re-imagining Communication in Africa and the Caribbean. Springer International Publishing.

  • Edmonds, A. (2023). We now belong to ourselves: Jl Edmonds, the Black Press, and Black Citizenship in America. OXFORD University Press.

  • Garza, M., Fuhlhage, M. & Lucht, T. (Eds.) (2024) The Routledge Companion to American Journalism History. Routledge.

  • Klinger, U., Kreiss, D. & Mutsvairo, B. (2023) Platforms, Power, and Politics: An Introduction to Political Communication in the Digital Age. Polity.

  • Pain, P. (Ed.). (2022). LGBTQ digital cultures: A global perspective. Routledge.

  • Powers, M., & Vera-Zambrano, S. (2023). The Journalist's Predicament: Difficult Choices in a Declining Profession. Columbia University Press.

  • Wenzel, A. (2023) Antiracist Journalism: The Challenge of Creating Equitable Local News. Columbia University Press. 

More coming soon! This page will be updated regularly by the book review editor. In the meantime, be in contact if you have other books to suggest.

Gregory P. Perreault (

Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly

Book Review Editor

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