Noah J. Springer, PhD
New Media, Game Studies, Digital Humanities, HCI, and Education
- University of Colorado, Boulder (UCB) 2011-2015 PhD, Media Studies
Dissertation – Publics and Counterpublics on the Front Page of the Internet: The Cultural Practices, Technological Affordances, Hybrid Economics and Politics of Reddit’s Public Sphere
- Southern Illinois University, Carbondale (SIUC) 2009-2011 MA, Media Theory & Research
Thesis – Serious Play: Evaluating the Comedic, Political and Religious Relationships Between The Daily Show, The Colbert Report and South Park
- Southern Illinois University, Edwardsville (SIUE) 2004-2009 BA (Art History, German).
- Salzburg College, AU 2006-2007 (Art History, German).
- John Burroughs School – St. Louis, MO 1998-2004
- Assistant Acquisitions Editor, The MIT Press (2016 – Present)
- Graduate Part-Time Instructor; Journalism & Mass Communication, UCB; Fall 2013, Fall 2014.
- Graduate Research Assistant: Journalism & Mass Communication, UCB; 2011-2015.
- Graduate Research Assistant: Cinema & Photography, SIUC; 2009-2010.
- UCB – Journalism & Mass Communication 1001: “Contemporary Media Analysis” (UCB, Fall 2013 & Fall 2014).
- UCB – Pre-Collegiate Development Programs: “Fundamentals of Journalism.” (UCB, Summer 2014).
- UCB – Journalism Summer Intensive Workshop: “Technology and Education.” (UCB, Summer 2014).
- UCB – Journalism and Mass Communication online course. “History of Documentary,” (assistant to Kathleen Ryan). Summer 2013.
- SIUC – Department of Cinema and Photography. “Introduction to Film History & Analysis,” (assistant to Jyotsna Kapur). Spring 2010-Spring 2011.
- SIUC – Department of Cinema and Photography: “Film Theory and Criticism,” (assistant to Susan Felleman). Spring 2010.
- Kathleen M. Ryan, Noah J. Springer, Deborah A. Macey, and Mary Erickson, co-editors (Rowman & Littlefield, 2016). Friends, Lovers, Co-Workers, and Community: Everything I Know About Relationships I Learned from Television
- Kathleen M. Ryan, Deborah A. Macey, and Noah J. Springer, co-editors (Rowman & Littlefield, 2014). How Television Shapes Our Worldview: Media Representations of Social Trends and Change.