Mary Gould, Ph.D.
Department of Communication
Human Communication and Culture; Public Speaking: Issues in Culture; Message Design; Media Lab; Intercultural Communication; Digital Storytelling (undergraduate and graduate); Graduate Studies of Communication
Ph.D., University of Utah
M.A., University of South Florida
- Transgression and discipline in contemporary US culture
- U.S. prison system
- Critical pedagogy
- Urban studies
Publications and Media Placements
Makagon, D. and M.R. Gould. (2016). “Learning the City through Stories: Audio Documentary
as Urban Pedagogy” In: International Journal of Communication. Georgia Aiello and
Simone Tosoni, Eds (Special Series Title: Going About the City: Methods and Methodologies
for Urban Communication Research), 10. Pp. 1263-1276.
Gould, M.R. and SpearIt (2014). “20 Years After the Education Apocalypse: The Ongoing Fall Out from the 1994 Omnibus Crime Bill”. In: The 2013 Conference on Prison Higher Education (Eds. Mary Rachel Gould and SpearIt). Saint Louis University Public Law Review, XXXIII. Pp. 283-300.
Gould, M.R. (2014). “Sonic City: Digital Storytelling and the Study of Popular Culture”. Transformations: The Journal of Inclusive Scholarship and Pedagogy 1 & 2. Pp. 85-109.
Gould, M.R., and R.E. Silverman. (2013). “Stumbling Through History: Voice, Memory and the Urban Landscape.” GeoJournal, 78, (5),. 791-801
Professional Organizations and Associations
- Board Member, Alliance for Higher Education in Prison
- Member, National Communication Association
Community Work and Service
- Volunteer in Corrections, Missouri Department of Corrections
- Volunteer, Federal Bureau of Prisons