Chapters in Books

(2016a). The public university after social media. In R. Iannacito-Provenzano and J. Vizmuller-Zocco (eds.), Social Media: Implications for the University (pp. 41-59). Rome: Aracne Editrice.

(2016b). The network university in transition.In Raphael Foshay (ed.), The Digital Nexus: Identity, Agency and Political Engagement (pp. 151-181). Edmonton: Athabasca University Press.

(2010). McLuhan, Virilio and speed. In P. Grosswiler (Ed.) Transforming McLuhan: Critical, Cultural and Postmodern Perspectives (pp. 203-226). New York: Peter Lang.

(2007, org. 2005b). For a political economy of indymedia practice. In Y. Zhao & J. Cao (eds.), The Political Economy of Communication: A Reader (pp. 417-436). Shanghai, Fudan University Press

(2006, org. 1998a). Yo quiero mi mTV!: Making music television for Latin America. In A. Bennett, J. Toynbee& B. Shank (Eds.), The Popular Music Studies Reader (pp. 317-325). New York: Routledge

(2005a). McLuhan, Virilio and electric speed in the age of digital reproduction. In G. Genosko (Ed.), Marshall McLuhan: Critical Evaluations in Cultural Theory. Volume III–Renaissance for a Wired World (pp. 121-156). New York: Routledge

(2001a, org. 2000). Quantum Leap: The postmodern challenge of television as history. In G. Edgerton & P.  Rollins (Eds.), Television Histories: Shaping Collective Memory in the Media Age (pp. 59-78). Lexington, KY: The University Press of Kentucky

(1998a). Yo quiero mi MTV!: Making music television for Latin America. In T. Swiss, J. Sloop, & A. Herman (Eds.), Mapping the Beat: Popular Music and Contemporary Theory (pp. 219-245). Malden and Oxford: Blackwell

(1998b). Difference and identity in Northern Exposure. In L. Vande Berg, L. Wenner, & B. Gronbeck (Eds.), Critical Approaches to Television (pp. 363-375). Boston, MA: Houghton Mifflin

(1992a). Redesigning men: Hegemonic masculinity in transition. In S. Craig (Ed.), Men, Masculinity, and the Media (pp. 185-198). Newbury Park, CA: Sage