KEVIN M DELUCA

KEVIN M DELUCA portrait
  • Adjunct, Asian Studies Program
  • Hinckley Fellow, Hinckley Institute Of Politics
  • Professor, Communication
  • Adjunct, Environmental Humanities
  • Environmental Humanities Research Professor
  • University of Utah Faculty Fellow

Publications

Publications

  • “Activism in the Wake of the Events of China and Social Media: Abandoning the Domesticated Rituals of Democracy to Explore the Dangers of Wild Public Screens”. Social Movements and Counterpublics Ed. By C. Foust, A. Pason, & K. Rogness. U of Alabama P. In press, 12/2015.
  • “Weibo, WeChat, and the Transformative Events of Environmental Activism in China.” International Journal of Communication. In press, 11/2015.
  • The Force of Image Networks: Greenpeace’s Panmediated Global Detox Campaign.” Argumentation and Advocacy. . Accepted, 11/2015.
  • The Wild Public Screens of China: Environmental Activism, Social Media, and the Emerging Civil Society of China. In progress, 10/2015.
  • “Elephants, Panmedia, and the China-Africa Assemblage,” Communication and Critical/Cultural Studies. Revise/resubmit(2), 10/2015.
  • “Visual Analysis." In M. Allen (Ed). The SAGE encyclopedia of communication research methods. Accepted, 10/2015.
  • “OWS and Social Media News Sharing after the Wake of Institutional Journalism” (with Sean Lawson). Citizen Journalism: Global Perspectives Vol 2 Ed. By S. Allen and E. Thorsen. Peter Lang (2014). Published, 05/2014.
  • The Wild Public Screens of China: Environmental Activism, Social Media, and the Emerging Civil Society of China. In progress, 03/2014.
  • The Wild Public Screens of China: Environmental Activism, Social Media, and the Emerging Civil Society of China. In progress, 11/2013.
  • “Practicing Politics Beyond the Fairy Tale of Deliberative Democracy: A Response to Alan Gross.” Argumentation and Advocacy, V. 43, #4, 2013. Published, 04/2013.
  • “Occupy Wall Street on the Public Screens of Social Media: The Many Framings of the Birth of a Social Movement”Communication, Culture & Critique (with co-authors Sean Lawson and Ye Sun), 2012, 5:4, pp. 483-509. Article, Refereed Journal, Published, 11/2012. Published, 11/2012.
  • Progress, Humanism, and the Eclipse of Nature. In progress, 11/2011.
  • “Wild Public Screens and Image Events from Seattle to China: Using Social Media to Broadcast Activism Beyond the Confines of Democracy” (with Ye Sun and Jennifer Peeples). Transnational Protests and the Media Edited by Simon Cottle and Libby Lester. Peter Lang. Published, 05/2011.
  • "Q.U.I.L.T.: A Patchwork of Reflections" A revised version of a journal article appearing in the book Remembering the Quilt, MSU Press. Published, 04/2011.
  • “Interrupting the World As It Is: Thinking Amidst the Corporatocracy and in the Wake of Tunisia, Egypt, and Wisconsin” Critical Studies in Media Communication, 28:2, 2011, pp. 86-93. Published, 03/2011.
  • “Truths, Evils, Justice,and the Event of Wild(er)ness: Using Badiou to Think the Ethics of Environmentalism.” In The Handbook of Communication Ethics, Eds. George Cheney, Steve May, and Debashish Munshi. Routledge. In press, 02/2011.
  • “Environmental Movement Media.” In Encyclopedia of Social Movement Media. Ed. John Downing. Sage (2011). Published, 01/2011.
  • “Salvaging Wilderness from the Tomb of History: A Response to The National Parks: America's Best Idea” Environmental Communication: A Journal of Nature and Culture, 4: 4, 2010, pp 484 – 493. Published, 12/2010.
  • "Picturing the Earth, Interrupting the World". In progress, 10/2010.
  • “China’s Emerging Public Sphere.” G8/G20 Magazine, June, 2010, pp. 58-59. Published, 06/2010.
  • "Playing in the Mud." Text and Performance Quarterly, 30:2, pp. 224-226. Published, 04/2010.
  • Greenpeace International Media Analyst Reflects on Communicating Climate Change Kevin Michael DeLuca. Environmental Communication: A Journal of Nature and Culture, 3:2, (2009), pp. 263 – 269. Published, 10/2009.
  • “The Force of Images as Events." jac: rhetoric, writing, culture, politics (2008). Published, 06/2009.
  • "Image Events and Visual Rhetoric." Enculturation, 6:2, (2009). Published, 05/2009.
  • “Memories of the Tropics in Industrial Jungles: Constructing Nature, Contesting Nature." Environmental Communication, 3:1, (2009), pp. 1-24. Published, 04/2009.