Media and Power
Series Editor: David Paletz

Paradigm Publishers is proud to announce a new book series that publishes work uniting media studies with studies of power. In keeping with Paradigm’s mission, the series is innovative and original. It features books that challenge, even transcend, conventional disciplinary boundaries, construing both media and power in the broadest possible terms. At the same time, books in the series are designed to fit into several different types of college courses: in political science, public policy, communication, journalism, media, history, film, sociology, anthropology, and cultural studies. Intended for the scholarly, text, and trade markets, the series should attract authors and inspire and provoke readers. Forthcoming Titles in the Series From Cronkite to Colbert: The Evolution of Broadcast News Geoffrey Baym Creative Destruction: Modern Media and the End of the Citizen Andrew Calabrese Media and Conflict: Escalating Evil Cees J. Hamelink Netroots: Online Progressives and the Transformation of American Politics Matthew R. Kerbel Sex and Violence: The Hollywood Censorship Wars Tom Pollard Art/Museums: International Relations Where We Least Expect It Christine Sylvester Unleashing the Power of Social-Issue Documentaries: Strategies for Political Impact David Whiteman For more information or to submit a proposal, please e-mail Jessica Priest at