Emerald Studies in Media and Communication
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Emerald Studies in Media and Communication is edited by series co-editors: 
Laura Robinson and Shelia Cotten with Jeremy Schulz (associate editor). The series consists of two volumes per year that bring together vibrant research on new media. 

Communication and Information Technologies Annual 
Each year, we publish two volumes that capitalize on the series’ sponsorship by the Communication and Information Technologies Section of the American Sociological Association (CITASA).  The annual volumes are highlighted at the CITASA business meeting. Timely themes are chosen by the editorial team and guest editors. We welcome self-nominations from scholars interested in editing a volume on a theme of interest to media scholars. 

The themes for the two forthcoming volumes are: 
Politics, Participation, and Production (March 2015)
Doing and Being Digital: Mediated Childhoods (Dec. 2014)
Please see the Forthcoming tab for the Table of Contents for each volume.

The themes for our current call for 2015 are (deadline: March 16, 2015):
[New] Media Cultures
​Digital Distinctions & Inequalities
Please see the Current & Past Calls tab for the call for each volume.

The themes for our 2017 call spotlight media in Latin America (deadline March 2016):
Brazil: Media From the Country of the Future
ICTs and the Politics of Inclusion in Latin America​
Details on the call and guest editors coming soon!​

Contact Information

General Information and Submissions

Series Editor: Shelia Cotten  

Series Editor: Laura Robinson 

Associate Editor: Jeremy Schulz

Publisher: Cristina Irving Turner