Perhaps the most accessible way to learn about some of my past research is to read some media write-ups.

If you’re interested in learning more about the research I’ve done on the normalization of stalking through media, check out these features in The Washington Post, The GuardianThe Atlantic, Global News, or People–or read this invited op-ed for CNN.

For summaries of my research on the sexual double standards operative in teen sexting, you can read these features in The Atlantic, Time, Salon, Slate–or watch this brief video interview with The Wall Street Journal.

I also sometimes weigh in on current events relevant to my areas of expertise, as in this Washington Post article on the #MeToo movement; this New York Times article on Offset’s “grand romantic gesture” during a Cardi B performance; this interview with NPR affiliate KCRW about the portrayal of stalking in the Netflix show You; this Rewire article on the perpetuation of gender stereotypes in comedian Iliza Shlesinger’s Netflix comedy special “Elder Millennial”; and this Deseret News article–timed to coincide with the release of Fifty Shades of Gray–on what people learn from media about relationships.