Socio 298D. Sociology Through Film, Fall, Thursday 10-1 pm
Socio 403. Cultural Theory, Winter, Thursday 6-8:15
Socio 667-Huma 888/ Socio 667. Acts Across Disciplines. Fall, Monday 2 to 5
Greg M. Nielsen is Professor of Sociology and Director of the Concordia Center for Broadcasting Studies (ccbs.concordia.ca). He teaches and publishes in the areas of social and cultural theory as well as media studies. His current research includes: dialogical critiques of contemporary journalism and press coverage of immigration and poverty in Montreal and New York City; as well as several long term team projects in progress that include: a CCBS research team on civic journalism; a film project on a “paths to housing” experiment with inner city homeless and mentally ill in Montreal; an audio mining project on the BBC World Radio News (1968-86), and, a digitalization project of the entire CCBS collection of CBC Radio Drama scripts (1928-). He is currently working on a co-authored book for Oxford University Press called Mediated Society: A Critical Sociology of Media.