Oscar Gandy, Ph.D.
Oscar Gandy is Professor Emeritus at the Annenberg School, where he taught until his retirement in 2006. Gandy's teaching and research has been in the areas of political economy, communication and race, privacy and surveillance, strategic communication, and media effects more generally. An active scholar before and after his retirement, Gandy has published in excess of 75 articles and chapters. His most important books are Beyond Agenda Setting, Communication and Race, The Panoptic Sort, Coming to Terms with Chance, and a co-edited collection, Framing Public Life.