Lecturing in the Media Innovation Lab in the School of Communication at American University


Professor DeNardis teaches courses primarily in the doctoral program in Communication and, in particular, seminars in: Advanced Research and Project Development; Media Law and Policy; and Media, Technology & Democracy. She currently serve on eight doctoral committees, chairing five. Her Ph.D. students have conducted original digital technology policy research on issues such as privacy and information intermediaries, cyberbullying, digital standards and culture, LGBT issues and Internet governance, media censorship in Turkey, information and communication technology policy in Cuba, ccTLDs and the geopolitics of domain name registration, Internet governance in India, and the politics of interconnection and Internet exchange points (IXPs). Professor DeNardis has also taught at the masters level, including a graduate class on Global Internet Policy and Society and created a new course entitled Digital Media and Culture that has since become a foundational course for the Communication Studies undergraduate program. She previously taught at New York University and Yale Law School.