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You can see my complete CV here

Current research projects include:

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  • OER Knowledge and Adoption of Political Scientists: A Preliminary Analysis
  • The CUNY Zero Textbook Cost Student Opinion Survey (data available here)
  • Book Project: News Coverage of Refugees in the US, UK, Canada, and Australia.  Co-authored with Dr. Janet Reilly

Recent Publications:

It’s (Not) in The Reading: American Government Textbooks’ Limited Representation of Historically Marginalized Groups. PS: Political Science & Politics

Seldom, Superficial, and Soon Gone: Television News Coverage of Refugees in the US, 2006-2015 co-authored with Dr. Janet Reilly, Refugee Survey Quarterly

Brandle, Shawna M, and Stacy Katz, Amy Beth, Cailean Cooney, Jacqueline DiSanto, Anne Hays, Linda Miles, and Abigail Morrison.  “But What Do the Students Think: Results of the CUNY Cross-Campus Zero-Textbook Cost Student Survey.”  Open Praxis. 

Brandle, Shawna M.  “Games, Movies, and Zombies: Making IR Fun for Everyone.” forthcoming, Journal of Political Science Education

Evidence for Hope: Making Human Rights Work in the 21st Century” Book Review, The Journal of Critical Policy Studies.

Brandle, Shawna M. 2018. “Opening up to OERs: Electronic Original Sourcebook Versus Traditional Textbook in the Introduction to American Government Course.” Journal of Political Science Education. doi:10.1080/15512169.2017.1420482.

Brandle, Shawna M. 2018. “Media Coverage of Human Rights in the USA and UK: The Violations Still Will Not Be Televised (or Published).” Human Rights Review 19 (2). doi:10.1007/s12142-018-0495-5.

Brandle, Shawna M. 2015. Television News and Human Rights in the US & UK : The Violations Will Not Be TelevisedNew York: Routledge.

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