curriculum vitae

 

 

EDUCATION

Annenberg School for Communication, University of Pennsylvania

Ph.D., Communication, 2011

Annenberg School for Communication, University of Pennsylvania

M.A., Communication, 2008

Schreyer Honors College, The Pennsylvania State University

B.A. (Hons), Advertising, 2002

College of Communications Student Marshal 

 

ACADEMIC APPOINTMENTS

Cornell University

Assistant Professor, July 2016-

Department of Communication

Faculty Affiliate, Center for the Study of Inequality; Member, Media Studies Initiative

Temple University

Assistant Professor, July 2011-June 2016

School of Media and Communication

 

RESEARCH INTERESTS

Social media; digital labor; gender and technology; media industries and cultural work; online identity and self-presentation; consumer culture; qualitative research methods.

 

PUBLICATIONS

BOOKS

Duffy, B. E. (2017). (Not) getting paid to do what you love: Gender, social media, and aspirational work. New Haven, CT: Yale University Press. in press

Duffy, B. E. (2013). Remake, remodel: Women’s magazines in the digital age. Champaign, IL: University of Illinois Press.  

Duffy, B. E., & Turow, J. (Eds.). (2009). Key readings in media today: Mass communication in contexts. New York, NY: Routledge.

ARTICLES AND CHAPTERS

Duffy, B. E., Pruchniewska, U. & Scolere, L.* (forthcoming). Platform-specific self-branding: Imagined affordances of the social media ecology. Proceedings of the 2017 International Conference on Social Media & Society. *equally contributing authors. Pre-print

Duffy, B. E.* & Pruchniewska, U. (2017). Gender and self-enterprise in the social media age: A digital double bind. Information, Communication, and Society20(6), 843-859.  Pre-print 

Duffy, B. E. & Pooley, J. (2017). "Facebook for academics": The convergence of self-branding and social media logic on Academia.edu. Social Media + Society. January-March 2017: 1–11. Available here

Serazio, M. & Duffy, B. E. (in press). Social media marketing. In Burgess, J., Marwick, A., & Poell, T. (Eds.). The Sage handbook of social media. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications. Pre-print

Duffy, B. E. (2016). The romance of work: Gender and aspirational labour in the digital culture industries. International Journal of Cultural Studies, 19(4), 441-457. Abstract

B. E. & Hund, E. (2015). “Having it all” on social media: Entrepreneurial femininity and self-branding among fashion bloggers. Social Media + Society, July-December, 1-11. Full-text

Duffy, B. E. (2015). Gendering the labor of social media production. Feminist Media Studies, “Commentary and Criticism,”15(4), 710-714. View

Duffy, B. E. (2015). Amateur, autonomous, collaborative: Myths of aspiring female cultural producers in Web 2.0. Critical Studies in Media Communication, 32(1), 48-64. View

Boston, N. A., & Duffy, B. E. (2015). “What actually matters”: Identity, individualization, and aspiration in media work: The case of glossy magazine production. In M. Banks, V. Mayer, & B. Conor, (Eds.)  Production studies, the sequel! Cultural studies of global media industries (pp. 213-226). New York: Routledge. 

Duffy, B. E. (2014). Link love and comment karma: Norms and politics of evaluation in the fashion blogosphere. In H. Suhr (Ed.) Online evaluation of creativity and the arts, New York: Routledge. View 

Duffy, B. E. (2013). Manufacturing authenticity: The rhetoric of ‘real’ in women’s magazines. The Communication Review, 16(3), 132-154. View

Duffy, B. E. (2013). The new ‘real women’ of advertising: Subjects, experts and producers in the interactive era.  In M. McAllister & E. West, (Eds.) The Routledge companion to advertising and promotional culture (pp. 223-236). New York: Routledge. View 

Duffy, B. E., Liss-Mariño, T. & Sender, K. (2011). Television depictions of the creative industries: Peeking behind the gilt curtain. Communication, Culture, & Critique, 4(3), 275–292. View

Duffy, B. E. (2010). Empowerment through endorsement?  Polysemic meaning in Dove’s user-generated advertising. Communication, Culture, & Critique, 3(1), 26-43. View

Duffy, B. E. (2009). Shopping with friends you’ve never met: Social shopping in the age of e-tailing. Rocky Mountain Communication Review, 6(1), 92-97. 

Duffy, B. E. (2008). Introduction. In B. E. Duffy & J. Turow, (Eds.) Key readings in media today: Mass communication in contexts (pp. 1-13). New York: Routledge.  

Duffy, B. E. (2008). Time ahead: Digital challenges facing print magazines. In B. E. Duffy & J. Turow, (Eds.) Key readings in media today: Mass communication in contexts (pp. 160-165). New York: Routledge. 

PUBLIC SCHOLARSHIP

Duffy, B. E. (2016, November 17).  We’re not all entrepreneurs: Yawning gaps in the digital “platform economy.” Data & Society Points. Message posted to https://points.datasociety.net

Duffy, B. E. & Hund, E. (2015, September 25). The invisible labor of fashion blogging. The Atlantic. Message posted to http://www.theatlantic.com 

Duffy, B. E. (2015, June 18). Yuccies,” “Slashies,” and the Digital Economy’s Valorization of the Multi-skilled, Always-on Creative Worker. Culture Digitally. Message posted to http://culturedigitally.org/2015/06/yuccies-slashies-and-the-digital-economys-valorization-of-the-multi-skilled-always-on-creative-worker/

Duffy, B. E. (2015, March 18). The gendered politics of digital brand labor. Antenna: Responses to Media and Culture. Message posted to: http://blog.commarts.wisc.edu/2015/03/18/the-gendered-politics-of-digital-brand-labor/

Marwick, A. and Duffy, B. E. (2013, March 26). Fashion and celebrity 2.0: Reconciling discourses of authenticity and self-promotion in an era of social media. Culture Digitally. Message posted to http://culturedigitally.org/2013/03/podcast-and-dialogue-with-alice-marwick-and-brooke-duffy/

Duffy, B. E. (2012, February 15). Does women’s mag initiative challenge categories of “producers” and “readers”? Culture Digitally. Message posted to http://culturedigitally.org/2012/02/does-womens-mag-initiative-challenge-categories-of-producers-and-readers/

Duffy, B. E. (2011, October). From cover lines to keywords: Women’s magazines and the contemporary challenges of audience construction. In Media Reshttp://mediacommons.futureofthebook.org/imr/ 

 

CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS 

Duffy, B. E. (2017). The Labor of Social Media’s Aspirational Class. Accepted for presentation at the International Communication Association, San Diego, CA.

Duffy, B.E. & Pooley, J. (2017). “Idols of Promotion”: The triumph of self-branding on social media.” Accepted for presentation at the International Communication Association, San Diego, CA. 

Duffy, B.E. (2017). Branding Your (Future) Self on Social Media: Discourses of Employability in a Gig Economy. Accepted for presentation at The Digital Everyday, King's College, London. 

Duffy, B. E. & Wissinger, E. (2016). Cultural work in the social media age: Lessons from the Insta-glam. Presented at the Association of Internet Researchers, Berlin, Germany.

Pruchniewska, U. & Duffy, B.E. (2016). Production politics: Gender, feminism, and social media labor. Presented at the Association of Internet Researchers, Berlin, Germany. 

Duffy, B. E. (2016). Self-enterprise and aspiration in the social media economy. Presented at Console-ing Passions: International Conference on Television, Video, Audio, New Media, and Feminism, South Bend, Indiana.

Duffy, B. E.  (2016). Gender and invisible labor: From “women’s work” to “post for exposure.” Presented at the annual meeting of the Cultural Studies Association, Philadelphia, PA. 

Duffy, B. E. (2016). Female entrepreneurship in the digital economy: Worker subjectivities through an Instagram filter. Presented at Theorizing the Web, New York, NY.  

Duffy, B. E. (2015, October). The labor of visibility: Gendered self-expression in the social media imaginary. Presented at the Association for Internet Researchers, Phoenix, AZ.

Duffy, B. E. (2015, May). Fashioning the gendered self through social media: Personal branding and productive consumption among aspiring creative professionals. Presented at the International Communication Association, San Juan, Puerto Rico.

Hund, E. & Duffy, B. E. (2015, May). “Having it all” on social media: Entrepreneurial femininity and self-branding among fashion bloggers. Presented at the International Communication Association, San Juan, Puerto Rico. 

Duffy, B. E. (April, 2015). Social media’s reliance on aspirational labor. Presented at Theorizing the Web, New York, NY. 

Duffy, B. E. (2014, November). Labors of love: Gender, creativity, and aspirational work in the digital economy. Presented at the National Communication Association. Chicago, IL. *Emerging Scholar Award, Critical and Cultural Studies Division

Duffy, B. E. (2014, May). Feminist approaches to social media research (Panelist). Workshop participant at the International Communication Association, Seattle, WA.

Duffy, B. E. (2014, May). Comments as currency: Quantifying affective relations in the blogosphere.  Paper presented at the International Communication Association, Seattle, WA. 

Duffy, B. E. (2013, October). Regular people with a passion for fashion: Authenticity, community, and other social media myths. Paper presented at the Association of Internet Researchers, Denver, CO.

Boston, N. & Duffy, B. E. (2013, August). Sociologies of magazine production: Addressing the gap in critical media industry studies. Paper presented at the American Sociological Association’s Media Sociology Pre-Conference, New York, NY. 

Duffy, B. E. (2013, June). Consumer communities: Rethinking advertising and gender in an age of social media. Paper presented at the International Communication Association, London, UK. 

Duffy, B. E. (2013, April). Play with social media: Fashion blogging and curation as “play.” Paper presented at the Rutgers Media Studies Conference: Extending Play, New Brunswick, NJ.

Duffy, B. E. (2013, March). Women making media: Revisiting questions of gender and labor in the digital age. Paper presented at Theorizing the Web 2013, New York, NY. 

Duffy, B. E. (2012, May). Jill-of-all-trades: Media convergence and the professional identities of women’s magazine producers. Paper presented at the International Communication Association, Phoenix, AZ.

Duffy, B. E. (2012, May). (Re)Designing women:  Women’s magazines and the contemporary challenge of constructing the audience. Paper presented at the International Communication Association, Phoenix, AZ.

Duffy, B. E. (2011, November). The new arbiters of style: Fashion bloggers as cultural intermediaries? Paper presented at the Mid-Atlantic Popular/American Culture Association, Philadelphia, PA. 

Duffy, B. E. (2010, May). The newsstand of the global economy: Mapping the fields of women’s magazines in Canada, India, and the U.S. Paper presented at the International Communication Association, Boston, MA.

Duffy, B. E., Liss-Mariño, T., Sender, K. (2010, November). Producing production: Televisual depictions of the creative industries. Paper presented at the National Communication Association, San Francisco, CA. 

Duffy, B. E. (2010, November). New you, only better: Ideology, identity, and interactivity in the virtual makeover. Paper presented at the National Communication Association, San Francisco, CA.

Duffy, B. E. (2010, March). Manufactured authenticity: The rhetoric of “the real” in women’s magazines. Paper presented at the Cultural Studies Association: Blowing Up the Brand II: Critical Perspectives on Promotional Culture, Berkeley, CA.

Duffy, B. E. (2009, November). Not just a magazine: The changing organizational identity of twenty-first century magazines. Paper presented at the National Communication Association, Chicago, IL. 

Duffy, B. E. (2009, May). Empowerment through endorsement? Polysemic meaning in Dove’s user-generated advertising. Paper presented at the International Communication Association, Chicago, IL.

Duffy, B. E. (2009, April). Shopping with friends you’ve never met: Social shopping in the age of the e-tailing. Paper presented at the Eastern Communication Association, Philadelphia, PA.

Duffy, B. E. (2008, November). Advertising, ritual, and language: An analysis of the advertising industry’s construction of Christmas. Paper presented at the National Communication Association, San Diego, CA.

Duffy, B. E., Green, C. M., and Snorton, C. R. (2008, November). Domestic goddesses in the corporate pantheon: Oprah Winfrey, Martha Stewart, and Rachael Ray as celebrity brands. Paper presented at the National Communication Association, San Diego, CA.

Duffy, B. E. (2008, June). Marketing’s influence on contemporary Halloween rituals. Paper presented at the International Communication Association, Montreal, CA.

Duffy, B. E.  (2007, April). Pushing time ahead: An exploratory study of time construction in women’s magazines. Paper presented at the Eastern Communication Association, Providence, RI.

Duffy, B. E. (2006, April). The Apprentice in cyberspace: Exploring the tension between individual and collective identities in a new media environment. Paper presented at the Eastern Communication Association, Providence, RI. 

 

INVITED LECTURES AND PANELS

Invited Speaker, #Dreamjob: Social media and self-enterprise in an aspirational economy. Annenberg Research Seminar, University of Southern California, Los Angeles, CA, November 2016. 

Panelist, Technically unequal: Representational issues in technology scholarship and journalism, Association of Internet Researchers, Berlin, Germany, October 2016. 

Moderator, Internet industry research rules! A roundtable on methods. Association of Internet Researchers, Berlin, Germany, October 2016.

Invited Speaker, Gender and aspirational labor in the social media economy. University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill.  Chapel Hill, NC, March 2016. 

Invited Speaker, The politics of “passion projects”: Gender and aspirational labor in the social media age.  Center for Humanities at Temple’s Distinguished Lecture Series, Philadelphia, PA, February 2016. 

Invited Speaker, The economy of aspiration: Gender, creative labor, and self-branding on social media. Muhlenberg College, Allentown, PA, October 2015.

Panelist, Teaching in different settings. Annenberg Professional Development Day. Annenberg School for Communication, Philadelphia, PA, September 2015.

Invited Speaker, The politics of “passion projects”: Gendered labor in the social media era. Columbia University Graduate Communications Colloquium, New York, NY, March 2015. 

Invited Speaker, For love and money: Gendered social media production as aspirational labor. Graduate Colloquium in Communication, Culture, and Media. Drexel University, Philadelphia, PA, February 2015. 

Invited Speaker, Social media activities as aspirational labor. Great Works Symposium on Media, Drexel University, Philadelphia, PA, July 2014.

Panelist, Feminist approaches to social media research. Presented at the International Communication Association, Seattle, WA, May 2014. 

Invited Speaker, Gender and aspirational labor in the fashion blogosphere. Muhlenberg College, Allentown, PA, April 2014.

Invited Speaker, Aspirational labor: Gendered creative work in an era of social media. University of Georgia, Athens, GA, March 2014.

Guest Lecturer, Critical interventions into media production processes. New York University, New York, NY, March 2014.

Book Talk: Remake, remodel: Women’s magazines in the digital age. University of Pennsylvania Bookstore, Philadelphia, PA, February 2014. 

Invited Speaker, The romance of work: Gender and aspirational labor in the culture industries. 2013 Social Thought Program Lecture in Communications. The Pennsylvania State University, State College, PA, November 2013.

Invited Speaker, Authenticity, community and other fashion blogging myths. School of Media and Communication’s Spring Speaker Series. Temple University, Philadelphia, PA, February 2013.

Invited Speaker, Teaching as new faculty member: Challenges, strategies, and joys (with A. Shaw), Center for Teaching and Learning Workshop, Annenberg School for Communication, University of Pennsylvania, November 2012.

Invited Seminar Leader, From Gutenberg to Twitter: Understanding new media. Exploritas Day of Discovery Program, Philadelphia, PA, December 2009.

 

RESEARCH EXPERIENCE

Invited Participant, Culture Digitally: Examining Contemporary Cultural Production Workshop, June 2013, London, UK. (PIs: Tarleton Gillespie and Hector Postigo).

Research Group Member, Evaluating Creative Production in Digital Environments, Fall 2012-Spring 2013.  Working group sponsored by the Digital Media and Learning Research Hub at the University of California,  Irvine, and supported by a grant from the MacArthur Foundation (PI: H. Cecilia Suhr). 

Research Fellow, Annenberg School for Communication, Fall 2009-Summer 2010. Worked under Katherine Sender’s supervision on a qualitative study of TV depictions of media industries. Results of this project were published in Communication, Culture & Critique in 2011. 

Research Fellow, Annenberg School for Communication, Spring 2009.  Supported Sharrona Pearl with the organization of a conference on the performative aspects of scientific knowledge and practice. 

Research Fellow, Annenberg School for Communication, 2006-2008.  Assisted Joseph Turow with a number of book-length projects including Media Today: An Introduction to Mass Communication.

 

HONORS/AWARDS

Visiting Honors Scholar, Media & Communication, Muhlenberg College, Fall 2015

Emerging Scholar Award, Critical and Cultural Studies Division, National Communication Association, 2014

Organization for Research on Women in Communication Grant, 2014 ($1,000)

Inaugural Recipient, Lillian Lodge Kopenhaver Outstanding Woman Junior Scholar Award, 2014

Waterhouse Family Institute Research Grant, 2014-2015, ($6,000)

Project: Labor of Love: Gender and Creative Work in the Age of Social Media

Summer Faculty Research Award, Temple University, 2014, ($7,000)

Honorarium, Evaluating Creative Production in Digital Environments, 2012-2013, ($1,000)

Summer Faculty Research Award, Temple University, 2013, ($7,000)

Diamond Research Scholar Faculty Mentor Stipend, Temple University, 2012, ($500)

Most Innovative Poster Award, National Communication Association, 2010

Full tuition and research stipend, Annenberg School for Communication, 2006-2010   

Annenberg Summer Research Fellowship, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010

Annenberg Oxford Institute on Global Media Policy (fully funded), 2007

Top Scholar Award, Kappa Tau Alpha National Honor Society, 2002

Class of 1922 Scholarship, 2001

The Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi, inducted 2001

The Golden Key National Honor Society, inducted 2000

Phi Eta Sigma National Honor Society, inducted 1999

The National Society of Collegiate Scholars, inducted 1999

 

TEACHING

New Media & Society

  • Undergraduate lecture, Cornell University

Gender and Media

  • Undergraduate seminar, Cornell University

Media and Cultural Production in the Digital Age, Spring 2016

  • Graduate (Ph.D.-level) seminar, Temple University

Advertising and Society, Fall 2015

  • Undergraduate seminar, Temple University

Researching Communication II: Qualitative Methods of Analysis, Spring 2013, Spring 2014

  • Graduate (Ph.D.-level) seminar, Temple University

Introduction to Media and Society, Fall 2011-Spring 2014, Fall 2015, Spring 2016

  • Undergraduate seminar, Temple University

Introduction to Media Theory, Fall 2013

  • Undergraduate seminar, Temple University

Critical Studies of Advertising and Consumer Culture, Fall 2012

  • Graduate Student Independent Study, Temple University

Introduction to Advertising Research, Fall 2012

  • Undergraduate seminar, Temple University

Introduction to Advertising, Fall 2011, Spring 2012

  • Undergraduate seminar, Temple University

Mass Media and Society, Summer 2009

  • Undergraduate seminar, University of Pennsylvania

 

ADVISING

Dissertation Chair/Co-chair

Angela Cirucci, The structured self: Authenticity, agency, and anonymity in social networking sites (Defended 10/2014)

Susannah Cobb McMonagle, Localizing brands in a glocal framework: Advertising production and audience construction (co-chair, defended 12/2016)

Dissertation Committee Member

Elizaveta Provorova, Teaching media and gender in the classrooom: Instruction informed by Media Literacy Education, gender studies and scholarship on media representations of gender (Defended 4/2015)

Ethan Lascity, Who’s brand is it? Exploring subjective meaning of UNIQLO’s brand image (Defended 12/2015)

Melinda Sebastian, Investigating the way we see the upskirt: The social and legal implications of gendered surveillance online (Defended 9/2016)

Emil Steiner, Binge-Watching Killed the Idiot Box: The changing identities of viewers and television in the post-industrial, streaming video age

Undergraduate Research Advisor

Justin Dowdall (Communication Studies), Campanology, identity, and power in an era of convergence

Victoria Marchiony (Journalism), Individualism in the hipster generation

Comprehensive Examination Committees

Yvonne Fulmore (Fall 2013)

Jae Hyeon Jeong (Fall 2013)

Susannah Cobb McMonagle (Fall 2013)

Elizaveta Provorova (Spring 2014)

Michael Plugh (Spring 2014)

Eloise Murphy (Spring 2014)

Emil Steiner (Spring 2016)

 

SERVICE

Professional

Editorial Board, Women's Studies in Communication

Research Chair, AEJMC Magazine Division, 2015

Member, Annenberg School Alumni Advisory Board, 2014-

Grant Proposal Reviewer, Organization for Research on Women and Communication

Ad-Hoc Journal Reviewer

  • Social Media + Society
  • Journal of Communication
  • Convergence
  • New Media + Society
  • Critical Studies in Media Communication
  • Journal of Broadcasting & Electronic Media
  • Feminist Media Studies
  • The Communication Review
  • Qualitative Sociology
  • Organization
  • Communication, Culture, Critique
  • International Journal of Communication

Conference Reviewer

  •             Association of Internet Researchers 
  •             International Communication Association 
  •             National Communication Association
  •             Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication

Ad-Hoc Book Reviewer, Routledge, Palgrave

Member, Scientific Committee, Evaluation in the Media Conference, 2011

Graduate Student Organizer, Performing Science Conference, July 2009

 

ACADEMIC-CORNELL UNIVERSITY

Departmental Library Liaison, 2017

Member, Undergraduate Curriculum Committee, 2016-

ACADEMIC-TEMPLE UNIVERSITY

Member, Department of Advertising Search Committee, 2015-2016

Member, School of Media and Communication Strategic Planning Committee, 2014 

Member, Department of Advertising Promotions Review Committee, 2014

Chair, Department of Advertising Chair Search Committee, 2014

Member, Temple Media & Communication Grad Research Forum Committee, 2012-2014

Member, Department of Advertising Search Committee, 2013

Faculty Mentor, Creative Arts, Research And Scholarship (CARAS) Program, 2014

Proposal Reviewer, Temple’s Diamond Research Scholars Program, 2013

Faculty Mentor, Temple Diamond Research Scholars Program, 2012

Volunteer, Department of Advertising Open House/Transfer Sessions, 2011-2012

Member, Temple School of Communications & Theater Scholarship Committee, 2011-2012

Reviewer, Temple University Global Fusion Conference, 2011

Graduate Council Representative, Annenberg School for Communication, 2006-2007

 

SELECTED MEDIA COVERAGE

How the idea of 'having it all' is dangerous. Attn:, February 9, 2016. http://www.attn.com (Author: Sophie He). 

How to become internet famous In less than a year. The Washington Post. January 12, 2016. https://www.washingtonpost.com/local/social-issues/how-to-become-internet-famous-in-under-a-year/2016/01/12/09280804-b873-11e5-b682-4bb4dd403c7d_story.html (Author: Terrence McCoy)

The hidden lives of fashion bloggers (with Emily Hund). Stuff mom never told you: The Podcast, December 2015. http://www.stuffmomnevertoldyou.com/podcasts/the-hidden-lives-of-fashion-bloggers/ (Interviewers: Cristen Conger and Caroline Ervin)

Fashion bloggers work more hours a week than you might expect. Bustle. September 28, 2015. http://www.bustle.com/articles/113501-fashion-bloggers-work-more-hours-a-week-than-you-might-expect. (Author: Jodie Layne)

Why fashion bloggers' lives aren't as charmed as you think. Refinery 29, September 29, 2015. http://www.refinery29.com/2015/09/94757/fashion-bloggers-workload-stress (Author: Alexandra Ilyashov)

The social network that pays you to friend, The New York Times “Op-Talk,” October 27, 2014. http://op-talk.blogs.nytimes.com/(Author: Anna North)

Remake, remodel: Women’s magazines in the digital age. New Books in Communication, September 2014. http://newbooksincommunications.com/2014/09/18/brooke-erin-duffy-remake-remodel-womens-magazines-in-the-digital-age/ (Interviewer: Jefferson Pooley)

Remaking women’s magazines (Book Interview). Human Sciences Blog, September 27, 2014. http://sites.temple.edu/humansciences/2014/09/27/remaking-womens-magazines/ (Interviewer: Fred Rowland)

Critics want to limit digital altering of photos in mass media, Orange County Register, June 18, 2014. http://www.ocregister.com/articles/look-618592-photos-women.html (Author: Landon Hall)

Mirror, mirror: Real shoppers pitching the fashions, Philadelphia Inquirer, March 26, 2014. http://www.google.com/search?client=safari&rls=en&q=%22brooke+erin+duffy%22&ie=UTF-8&oe=UTF-8#q=%22brooke+erin+duffy%22&rls=en&tbm=nws (Author: Elizabeth Wellington)

Remake, remodel: Three ways the digital revolution has changed women’s magazines, Poynter. March 24, 2014, http://www.poynter.org/latest-news/mediawire/242295/remake-remodel-3-ways-the-digital-revolution-has-changed-womens-magazines/ (Author: Kristen Hare)

Digital technology remodel’s women’s magazines,” PBS Mediashift. January 15, 2014, http://www.pbs.org/mediashift/2014/01/digital-technology-remodels-womens-magazines/ (Author: Susan Currie Sivek)

Facing gender gap in a digital world, The Temple News. November 5, 2013, http://temple-news.com/living/2013/11/05/facing-gender-gap-digital-world/ (Author: Shayna Kleinberg)

Interview with Brooke Duffy. Figure/Ground Communication, August 22, 2012. http://figureground.ca/interviews/brooke-duffy/ (Interviewer: Justin Dowdall)

Magazines then and now: A conversation between two Annenberg alumni. Winter, 2011 Annenberg School Newslink. (Interview participants: Brooke Erin Duffy and Lee Eisenberg)

 

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

Assistant Director of Donor Relations, School of Arts and Sciences, University of Pennsylvania, 2003-2006

Developed and executed annual stewardship plan for individual, corporate, and foundation donors to the School. Prepared annual reports, acknowledgements, and gift announcements under the cover of the dean. Produced website content, lecture remarks, and faculty appointment announcements. 

Media Relations Assistant, Yale School of Management, Yale University, 2002-2003

Implemented publicity campaigns to enhance awareness of faculty research and to promote the mission of the School.  Composed a wide range of public relations materials including press releases, pitches, and media alerts.  Designed and oversaw production of a web and print version of the annual Media & Communications Report.      

 

AFFILIATIONS

Association of Internet Researchers

Cultural Studies Association

International Communication Association

National Communication Association

Organization for Research on Women and Communication

Lillian Lodge Kopenhaver Center for the Advancement of Women in Communication