Communication Studies — Cultural Anthropology — Urban Studies
Marco  Jacquemet

Marco Jacquemet

Professor and Chair

Education

Ph. D. Linguistic Anthropology, UC Berkeley

Courses Offered
  • COMS 204: Communication and Culture
  • COMS 365: Geographies of Communication
Publications
The Socio-Political Conditions of Italian Media Populism in Meijers, E. (ed.) Populism in Europe. Brussel: GEF, 2012.

Crosstalk 2.0. Asylum and Communicative Breakdowns.
Text and Talk,31, 4: 475-498.

The Italian Anomaly: Berlusconi and Semiocapitalism, (co-authored with Franco Berardi) in Oudenanpsen, M. (ed.)Open: Political Populism,20: 40-50.

Ethereal Shadows: Communications and Power in Contemporary Italy
(co-authored with Franco Berardi). New York: Autonomedia, 2009.

Credibility in Court: Communicative Practices in the Camorra Trials. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press, 2009 (2nd ed.)

Transcribing refugees: The entextualization of asylum-seekers' hearings in a transidiomatic environment Text and Talk, 29 (5): 525-546.

Transidiomatic Practices: language and power in the age of globalization. Language and Communication, 25: 257-277.

Telestreet: Lotta nel Mediascape Italiano (co-authored). Milano: Baldini, Castoldi & Dalai, 2003 [Spanish trans. La Televisión Callejera Contra La Dictadura Mediática, Barcelona: El Viejo Topo, 2004]

Il Galateo del Cibernauta. Roma: Castelvecchi Editore, 1995.

Autour de la Petite Phrase de Vinteuil: Lectures Sémiotiques de Proust (Limoges: Actes Sémiotiques, 1991.