nancy_rivenburghPh.D., Communications, University of Washington, 1991 M.S. Communication, Boston University, 1982 B.A. Communications, Stanford University, 1979

Office: CMU 329

Nancy Rivenburgh, Professor, studies media roles in international relations, cross-cultural research methods, and creative problem solving. Rivenburgh is also Adjunct Professor in Political Science and Core Faculty at the Center for Global Studies.

Selected Publications

Rivenburgh, N. (2013). Media Framing of Complex Issues: The Case of Endangered Languages. Public Understanding of Science 22(6), 704-717.

Rivenburgh, N. (2011). Perspectives on US Media as a Cultural Change Agent.  In Isabel Durán, Carmen Méndez, Jaime de Salas (Eds.), Transatlantic looks: cultural exchanges between the United States and Europe (pp. 241-258). Madrid, Spain: Thomson-Aranzadi.

Rivenburgh, N. K. & Manusov, V. (2010). Decentering as a Research Design Strategy for International and Intercultural Research. Journal of International Communication, 16(1), 23-40.

Rivenburgh, N. (2009). In pursuit of a global image: media events as political communication. In N. Couldry, A. Hepp, & F. Krotz (Eds.), Media Events in a Global Age (pp. 187-202). London, UK: Routledge.

Rivenburgh, N. (2009). Seeking Discursive Spaces for Peace in Media-Sport Narratives. conflict & communication online, 8(2).

Rivenburgh, N. (2008). For the Cinderella of the New South, the Shoe Just Didn’t Fit: The “Most Exceptional” Games of 1996. International Journal of Sport Communication, 1, December, 465-486.

Rivenburgh, N.K. (2004). Sport, Media, and Peace. Apunts, 78, 4.

Rivenburgh, N.K., Louw, P.E., Loo, E., Mersham, G. (2003). The Sydney Olympic Games and Foreign Attitudes towards Australia. Gold Coast, Australia: CRCST Publishing.

Rivenburgh, N. K. (2002). The Olympic Games: Twenty-first Century Challenges as a Global Media Event. Culture, Sport, Society (5)3, 31-50.

Rivenburgh, N. K. (2000). Social Identity Theory and News Portrayals of Citizens Involved in International Affairs. Media Psychology.

Rivenburgh, N. K. (1997). Social Identification and Media Coverage of Foreign Affairs. in A. Malek (ed.) News Media and Foreign Relations, New York: Ablex Publishers.

Rivenburgh, N. K., de Moragas, M., Larson, J. (1995). Television in the Olympics. London: John Libbey.

Rivenburgh, N. K. (1995). Images of Others, Journal of International Communications.