Anjuli Brekke, PH.D.
AREAS OF EXPERTISE
- Community Based Research and Learning
- Race, Gender and Sexuality in the Media
Teaching, Research/Creative & Consulting Interests
She regularly teaches courses in community-based podcasting, digital storytelling, and media and society.
Brekke, A. (March 2020). The sound of yellow rain: Resisting podcasting’s sonic whiteness. In J. A. Hendricks (Ed.), Radio’s Second Century: Past, Present, and Future Perspectives. New Brunswick, NJ: Rutgers University Press, pp. 173-189.
Sturgis, M., Evans, B., Brekke, A., Delgado, A., Lee, E.,(November 2020). BIPOC Students Using Polyvocal Narratives, Co-Witnessing, and Spectral Engagement: "Seen" But Not Heard. In H. Oliha-Donaldson (Ed), Confronting Critical Equity and Inclusion Incidents on Campus: Lessons Learned and Emerging Practices. New York: Routledge, pp. 141-158.
Brekke, A, Joseph, R., & Aaftaab, N. G. (2021). "I address race because race addresses me": women of color show receipts through digital storytelling. The Review of Communication, 21(1), 44–57. https://doi.org/10.1080/15358593.2021.1895294
Brekke, A. (2022). “TEACH US THE TRUTH”: Teaching historical understanding in an era of post-truth politics. In A. Atay and D. H. Kahl Jr. (Eds.), Pedagogies of Post Truth. Lanham, MD: Lexington Books, pp. 175-195.
Brekke, A. (2022). Negotiating home through hip hop: Constructing and deconstructing home among second-generation musicians in Scandinavia. In L. Chao and C. Wang (Eds.), Communicating across differences: An anthology of intercultural communicative practices in the 21st Century. Cognella, pp. 81-100.
Communication and Difference Research Group Member, University of Washington
Digital Content Advisor, Center for Communication, Difference and Equity, University of Washington
2023: Broadcasting Stories of Racism on the Radio: A Soundtrack of Lost Control, Journal of Popular Music Studies
2023: Latinx Youth Developing Digital Literacy and Sharing their Voices through Podcasting, Ethnic Studies Pedagogies
2021: “I address race because race addresses me”: women of color show receipts through digital storytelling, Review of Communication (Pages 44-57 pp.)
COMM 168 - Intro to Visual/Digital Comm
COMM 258 - Podcasting
COMM 315 - Communication and Gender
COMM 350 - Digital Storytelling
COMM 463 - Gndr/Race/Clas/Sexualits-Media
COMM 499 - Independent Study:
COMM 701 - Intro to Graduate Studies
WGSS 315 - Communication and Gender
WGSS 463 - Gndr/Race/Clas/Sexualits-Media