Myles Mason
Lecturer
Communication

Myles Mason (he/they) is a post-doctoral fellow studying the intimacies of new/digital media, intersectionality, and rhetoric. Mason has publihed essays that investigate Lizzo's Tiny Desk Concert, the logics of minting meme-based images as NFTs, and the anti-Black, pro-police history of 911's creation. These essays appear in WSQ: Women's Studies Quarterly, M/SC Journal, and Critical Studies in Media Communication, respectively.

Mason has taught carious courses in both the Communication Department in CMCI and the Program for Writing and Rhetoric in the College of Arts and Sciences. Currently, Mason in teaching two remote sessions of COMM 1210.