Dr. Andrea Ann Campbell
Assistant Professor of Communication Arts
Graduate Program Coordinator
Ph.D., Brigham Young University; M.S., Boston University; B.A., Loyola University New Orleans
Dr. Campbell teaches and researches in Media Studies – film, television and videogame analysis. Her areas of specialty are genre studies, comedy, and multiculturalism and issues of representation. She teaches both graduate and undergraduate courses and fosters undergraduate and graduate research. Some of her courses include: Introduction to Film Analysis, World Cinema, TV Past Present and Future, Video Game Art & Analysis, Pop Culture and the Media. She is a member of the Society for Film and Media Studies, the Society for Animation Studies and the Pop Culture Association of America.
- Moody and Campbell. Introduction to Film. Great River Technologies, 2012. ISBN 978-1-61549-615-0
- Campbell and Montes. "Dismantling the Digital Dollhouse: Will Wright’s The Sims and Virtual Consumption," Quarterly Review of Film and Video, 30.1, January, 2013
- Campbell and Moyano. “Shifting Uses of Social Media Promote Social Justice: A Case Study,” RSC, Number 3, Issue 2, May 2011.
- Campbell, Andrea. “E-Racing our Minds: Removing Fear and Judgment - An approach to the first lesson in an Ethnic Cinema Class,” Transformations, Vol. XII, No. 2, Fall, 2001.