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I am a currently a lecturer in the Department of Communication at the University of Washington and will be starting a new position at Loughborough University in the fall. I received my PhD from the University of Colorado at Boulder. Since graduating I taught f...Read More
Ingrid Li Soto (UC Santa Barbara) “Social Relations and Institutional Structures and in Modern American Political Campaigns.” Dissertation Chair: Geoffrey Raymond. Reviewers wrote: Soto’s dissertation focuses on the 2008 Presidential Election campaign spee...Read More