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Mihal, Colleen C

 

Main Office: AC 231
Phone Ext: 7348
Email: CMihal@marin.edu
COM Main Numbers: (415) 457-8811
  (415) 883-2211

Office Hours
RoomStart TimeEnd TimeMonTueWedThurFriSatSun
AC 231 12:30 PM2:30 PM

Positions
Organizational UnitPosition
CommunicationTemporary Faculty Instrl

Current and Future Courses
TermSection (CRN)CourseDatesDaysTimeCampusRoom
Spring 2016 11218 SPCH 122 - Public Speaking 01/16/16-05/13/16 TR 11:10-12:25 KTD AC 246
11954 SPCH 122 - Public Speaking 01/16/16-05/13/16 R 18:10-21:00 KTD AC 246
10951 SPCH 128 - Intercultural Communication 01/16/16-05/13/16 TR 09:40-10:55 KTD AC 246
Fall 2016 81084 SPCH 110 - Intro Speech Communication 08/22/16-12/10/16 TR 09:40-10:55 KTD AC 240
82771 SPCH 110 - Intro Speech Communication 08/22/16-12/10/16 TR 12:40-13:55 KTD AC 246

About me
Colleen Mihal holds a PhD from the College of Media, Communication and Information at the University of Colorado and a B.A. and M.A. in Communication from Virginia Tech .

Her research analyzes social movements, social media, digital journalism, media representations of class, race, and gender, surveillance and resistance, alternative media, media studies, communication, and rhetoric. Her doctoral dissertation, “The Domestic War on Terror: Surveillance, Media, and Police Militarization,” argues that police and media narratives about protest aligned during the so-called War on Terror in ways that delegitimized and criminalized dissent and, in doing so, justify increasingly militaristic police responses. Her current research focuses on the use of social media by activists and social movements for social change, specifically looking at the tensions between private surveillance and the needs of social movements to raise awareness.

Currently, Mihal teaches communication courses at the College of Marin in Kentfield, California. Previously she has taught media and communication at San Francisco State University, the University of Colorado, Boulder, and Virginia Tech.


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