Professor Reynaldo Anderson
Anderson, Ph.D. is Associate Professor of Communications at
Harris-Stowe State University.
Reynaldo is currently focused on research and teaching with the goal of integrating theory and practice in his community service activities. His research focus is in several areas of interest to include Urban Leadership and Organization, Intercultural communication, Speculative Futurism, Cultural Studies, Africana Studies, Rhetoric, Social Media, and the techno-sphere.
This research has afforded him the opportunity to interact with local leaders and their organizations to examine communication practices from critical and qualitative approaches. Finally, he is working on developing research in communication studies to examine rhetoric, aesthetics, hermeneutics, and sociopolitical processes of African Diasporic communities in the Modern World System.
Reynaldo coedited Afrofuturism 2.0: The Rise of Astro-Blackness. He earned his B.A. in Mass Communications at Jackson State University in 1992. He earned his M.A. in Speech Communications at Oklahoma State University in 1996. He earned his Ph.D. in Communication Studies at the University of Nebraska – Lincoln in 2005.
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