Katie Day Good, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor of Strategic Communication

Katie Day GoodKatie Day Good's research focuses on historical and contemporary practices of mediated civic, social, and global communication in American education and everyday life. Her work has appeared or is forthcoming in New Media & Society, Media, Culture & Society, Communication and Critical/Cultural Studies, Journalism Studies, and Technology and Culture.

Her book project, Bring the World to the Child: Technologies of Global Citizenship in American Education, 1900-1946, is under contract with MIT Press. A prehistory of the global and "wired" classroom, the book explores how a variety of emerging communication technologies came to be associated with civic communication and citizenship education in American schools from the turn of the twentieth century through the end of World War II.

Good received her doctoral degree in Media, Technology, and Society from Northwestern University, where she was an American Association of University Women Dissertation Fellow. Prior to undertaking graduate studies, she was the recipient of a Fulbright-mtvU Fellowship to Mexico. Good teaches courses in intercultural communication, comparative media studies, and media and technology studies.

More information on Good's work is available on her personal academic website.

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