You can see my complete CV here.
Current research projects include:
- 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
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 Author-accepted manuscript here.
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.” 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 Televised. New York: Routledge.