Means Coleman, Robin individual record
Vice President and Associate Provost for Diversity
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Dr. Coleman's scholarship focuses on identity and media studies, and effective intercultural communication. Her current research focuses on the NAACP's participation in media activism.

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Academic Articles12
Books5
Chapters15
  • Coleman, R. (2018). African Americans and Broadcasting. A Companion to the History of American Broadcasting. (pp. 389-412). John Wiley & Sons, Inc..
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  • Means Coleman, R. (2016). The Hidden Truths in Contemporary Black Sitcoms. Dalton, M., & Linder, L. (Eds.), The Sitcom Reader, Second Edition America Re-viewed, Still Skewed. (pp. 279-294). SUNY Press.
  • Means Coleman, R. (2015). Foreword. Tassie, K., & Givens, S. (Eds.), Women of Color and Social Media Multitasking Blogs, Timelines, Feeds, and Community. (pp. ix-xi). Lexington Books.
  • Means Coleman, R. (2014). The Enduring Woman: Race, Revenge, and Self-Determination in Chloe, Love is Calling You. Batchelor, B., & Bajac-Carter, M. (Eds.), Heroines of Film and Television Portrayals in Popular Culture. (pp. 163-175). Rowman & Littlefield.
  • Coleman, R. M. (2014). Foreword. Turner, W., & Metcalf, J. (Eds.), Rapper, Writer, Pop-Cultural Player: Ice-T and the Politics of Black Cultural Production. (pp. xi-xvi). Ashgate Publishing Co.
Internet Publications1
  • Means Coleman, R. R. (2019). We’re in a golden age of black horror films. - An article submitted to The Conversation
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Email
rrmc@tamu.edu
First Name
Robin
Last Name
Means Coleman