“Being Critical: Contesting Power within the Misinformation Society.” Communication and Critical/Cultural Studies, 2013.

This essay considers the meaning of “being critical.” Specifically, it considers how critical scholarship might aim to demystify and contest dominant power arrangements. First I situate my own work within a specific critical tradition and then I discuss the critical scholar's role in society more broadly. I draw from some of these attributes to conclude with a general proposal for a potential project focused on misinformation that may appeal to critical scholars from diverse theoretical backgrounds.

Published in Volume 10, Issue 2-3, pages 306-311