Robert Rabe, Ph.D.

Welcome to my home page.  I am an associate professor of journalism and mass communications at Marshall University in Huntington, West Virginia.  I teach reporting and writing,  mass communication history, media and cultural studies, and a number of other special topics courses and seminars.  My primary research interest is the history of mass communication and most of my scholarly work involves topics related to journalism and politics in the 20th century.  I have done other research in the history of advertising and the development of new media technologies.

The page contains information related to my teaching and research projects at Marshall, as well as links to resources for students and scholars interested in journalism, mass media, and history.

I am also the graduate coordinator for the SOJMC master's degree program.  Please feel free to contact me with questions about our graduate program.

Spring 2014 Office Hours: Tues. 12-4, Thurs. 12-5, or by appointment
 

Syllabi for Spring 2014 courses:

JMC 102 - Information Gathering and Research:  Section 201   Section 202
JMC 612/HST 650 - History of Mass Communication in the U.S.
HON 480 - The Art of Protest: Activism in U.S. Popular Culture 

 



Dr. Robert Rabe
Marshall University
122A Communications Building
1 John Marshall Drive
Huntington, WV  25755

(304) 696-4636
rabe@marshall.edu

 

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Recent Courses  
Marquis Childs Book Project
Other Research  
My CV
Mass Communication History Bibliography
 
Journalism and History Links
JMC102 Resources List

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