Campbell, Heidi individual record
Professor
overview

Heidi A Campbell is Professor of Communication and affiliate faculty in Religious Studies and a Presidential Impact Fellow at Texas A&M University. She teaches undergrad and graduate course in digital media, religious studies and communication. She is also director of the Network for New Media, Religion and Digital Culture Studies, and a recognized as one of the founder of Digital Religion studies, a new subfield of study that explores how religious beliefs and practices are performed online and offline within digital culture.

education and training
selected publications
Academic Articles37
  • Campbell, H. A., & Sheldon, Z. (2021). Religious Responses to Social Distancing Revealed through Memes during the COVID-19 Pandemic. Religions. 12(9), 787-787.
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  • Xu, S., & Campbell, H. A. (2021). The internet usage of religious organizations in Mainland China: Case analysis of the Buddhist Association of China. Human Behavior and Emerging Technologies. 3(2), 339-346.
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  • Tsuria, R., & Campbell, H. A. (2021). In My Own Opinion: Negotiation of Rabbinical Authority Online in Responsa Within Kipa.co.il. Journal of Communication Inquiry. 45(1), 65-84.
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  • Peterson, K. M., & Campbell, H. A. (2020). Introduction Essay: Special Issue of RMDC on Public Scholarship, Media and Religion. Journal of Religion, Media and Digital Culture. 9(2), 141-147.
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  • Campbell, H. A., & Evolvi, G. (2020). Contextualizing current digital religion research on emerging technologies. Human Behavior and Emerging Technologies. 2(1), 5-17.
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Books5
  • Campbell, H. A., & Garner, S. (2016). Networked Theology (Engaging Culture) Negotiating Faith in Digital Culture. Baker Academic.
  • Campbell, H. A., & Grieve, G. P. (2014). Playing with religion in digital games. Indiana University Press.
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  • Campbell, H. (2010). When religion meets new media. Routledge.
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Chapters11
  • Bellar, W. R., Cho, K. J., & Campbell, H. A. (2018). The Intersection of Religion and Mobile Technology. Encyclopedia of Information Science and Technology, Fourth Edition. 6161-6170. IGI Global.
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  • Campbell, H. A. (2015). Introduction: Studying jewish engagement with digital media and culture. Campbell, H. (Eds.), Digital Judaism: Jewish Negotiations with Digital Media and Culture. 1-15. Routledge.
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  • Campbell, H. A., & Bellar, W. (2015). Sanctifying the internet: Aish hatorah's use of the internet for digital outreach. Campbell, H. (Eds.), Digital Judaism: Jewish Negotiations with Digital Media and Culture. 74-90. Routledge.
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  • Campbell, H. A., & Connelly, L. (2015). Religion and New Media. Wright, J. D. (Eds.), International Encyclopedia of the Social & Behavioral Sciences (Second Edition). 273-278. Elsevier.
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  • Campbell, H. A., & Grieve, G. P. (2014). INTRODUCTION: What Playing with Religion Offers Digital Game Studies. CAMPBELL, H. A., & GRIEVE, G. P. (Eds.), Playing with Religion in Digital Games. 1-22. Indiana University Press.
Repository Documents / Preprints18
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Internet Publications2
  • Campbell, H. A. (2020). How to build community while worshipping online. - An article submitted to The Conversation
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  • Campbell, H. (2017). How to use digital devices this Lent for holy reflection. - An article submitted to The Conversation
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chaired theses and dissertations
Email
heidic@tamu.edu
First Name
Heidi
Last Name
Campbell
mailing address
Texas A&M University; Communication; 4234 TAMU
College Station, TX 77843-4234
USA