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Nichole BogaroshNichole Bogarosh

Assistant Professor
300 W. Hawthorne Road
Spokane, WA 99251
Phone: 509.777.3511
Fax: 509.777.None listed
Office Location: Lindaman Sem.Center 106
Email: nbogarosh@whitworth.edu

Education

Ph.D. – Washington State University

MA – Gonzaga University

BLS – Whitworth University

Year Joined Whitworth Faculty

2011

Areas of Specialization / Expertise

Director, Women & Gender Studies, Whitworth University

Board Member, Northwest Alliance for Responsible Media

2016 Fellow, Kopenhaver Center for the Advancement of Women in Communication and the AEJMC Commission on the Status of Women in Communication 

Selected Publications / Presentations / Honors

Bogarosh, N. "Leadership in the Apocalypse: Women Leaders in The 100, "National Popular Culture Association/American Culture Association Conference, San Diego, CA.

Bogarosh, N. "Nancy Drew & Trixie Belden: Girl Detectives, Role Models, and Feminist Icons." LuElla D’Amico (ed.) Girl Series Fiction and American Popular Culture. Lexington Press. March 2016.

Bogarosh, N. (August, 2014). "The Princess: Heterosexism in Animated Films," Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication Conference, Montreal, Quebec, Canada.

Bogarosh, N. (April 2014). "More Than Meets the Eye: A Feminist Examination of the Transformers Movies," Northwest Communication Association Conference, Coeur d’Alene, ID.

Bogarosh, N. (August 2012). "Buffy the Stereotype Slayer," Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication Conference, Chicago, Illinois.

Bogarosh, N. (April 2012). "Race as a Non-Issue in Person of Interest and Unforgettable: The Perpetuation of White Privilege on Television," National Popular Culture Association/American Culture Association Conference, Boston, Massachusetts.

Bogarosh, N. (March 2012). "Where Have All the Baby Boomers Gone?" What is Television? University of Oregon, Portland, Oregon.

Bogarosh, N. (February 2012). "The New Wave of Female Role Models on Television", Southwest Popular Culture Conference, Albuquerque, New Mexico.

Bogarosh, N. (April 2011). “Groupthink in Stephen King’s The Body,” National Popular Culture Association/American Culture Association Conference, San Antonio, Texas.

Bogarosh, N. (April 2011). “Popular Culture as a Source for Women’s Role Models,” Northwest Women’s Studies Association Conference, Spokane, Washington.

Bogarosh, N. (March 2010).” Examination of the Elderly in Primetime Television,” Annual Sooner Communication Conference, Norman, Oklahoma.

Bogarosh, N. & Andenoro, A. (July 2009). “Examining the Impact of Film on the Societal Perceptions of Women in Leadership,” Association of Leadership Educators Annual Conference, Providence, Rhode Island.

Research & Scholarship

Research focuses on representations of marginalized groups in the media, with a particular focus on popular culture. Additional emphasis on intercultural, gender, and interpersonal communication.