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Mark Glantz
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Mark Glantz

Associate Professor of Communications and Media Studies
Communication + Media Studies920-403-2916

Known to most of his students as “Coach,” Mark Glantz is an associate professor of communication and media studies at St. Norbert College, specializing in political rhetoric and media studies. He is the author of numerous scholarly journal articles and book chapters on topics such as political campaign discourse, professional athletes’ image-repair efforts and the intersections between new media and environmental communication.
Glantz is a recipient of the Leonard Ledvina Outstanding Teacher Award at SNC. He spends his free time listening to punk rock, making weird collage art and reminiscing about 1980s professional wrestling.

  • COME 124: Principles of Mass Communication
  • COME/POLI 329: Political Communication
  • COME 320: Crisis Communication
  • COME/BUAD 389: Sports Communication
  • COME 384: Communication Technology and Social Change
  • COME 467: Media Criticism
  • HONR 301: Preparing for Life After SNC
  • BUAD 589: Special Topics: Business Communication

  • B.S. – State University of New York, College at Oneonta
  • M.A. – State University of New York, College at Brockport
  • Ph.D. – University of Missouri

  • Political campaign communication
  • Crisis communication
  • Environmental communication
  • New and social media
  • Critical/cultural studies

Presidential Campaigns in the Age of Social Media: Clinton and Trump. Peter Lang. (with William L Benoit)
Persuasive attacks on Donald Trump in the 2016 presidential primary. Rowman & Littlefield. (With William L. Benoit)
Henry Rollins’ rhetoric of atonement: An apology for offensive comments about suicide. Journal of Communication Inquiry.
Internet radio adopts a human touch: A study of 12 streaming music services. Journal of Radio and Audio Media.
“You can’t run your SUV on cute.” Let’s Go! Internet memes as delegitimizing discourse. Environmental Communication. (with Corey B. Davis and David R. Novak)
A functional analysis of 2013 mayoral campaign web pages. Speaker & Gavel, 53, 43-63. (With Corey B. Davis and Jeffrey R. Delbert)
The Floyd Landis doping scandal: Implications for Image Repair Discourse. Public Relations Review.