Dustin Kidd - News
Dustin Kidd is happy to speak to journalists and writers about his research on popular culture and social media, or to share sociological comments about these topics.
Dustin Kidd - Recent Media Appearances
Op-Eds and Essays
Newsworks: Pop Culture is the New President
Contexts: Fire in our bellies, fear in our arts
AfterImage: Mapplethorpe and the New Obscenity
Pop Culture Commentary
Associated Press: How Where you Went to School Affects What you Think About the Civil War
Bucks County Courier Times: Social Media Makes it Easier to Accept Fake News as Real
CBS3 Philly: Binge-watching TV Shows Impacts Sleep/Mental Health
Philadelphia Inquirer: How to get paid for going to parties and building IKEA furniture
Lincoln Journal Star: The Morning After the Election, Where Do We Go from Here?
Lincoln Journal Star: Funny or Frightening, Why do Clowns Freak us Out?
Pittsburg Tribune: Rash of Hoaxes no Laughing Matter for Clowns
Shanghai Daily: Top TV series getting museum treatment in US
Philly Voice: What is Slash Fiction?
New York Times: Elvis Remains a Fixture at Las Vegas Weddings
Philadelphia Inquirer: Hip-Hop and the Taylor Swift Effect.
ChatterBlast: Freaks, Geeks (and Professors): Sociology Goes Social.
PhillyVoice.com: Flowers, films and folklore: Disney's expanding cultural influence.
Philadelphia Weekly: What your college professor really, really wants to tell you.
College Magazine: Guide to a sociology major.
Philadelphia Inquirer: Spas with a Kids Menu.
Bloomberg Business: Stewart Lets Viacom Shake Up Late Night Again by Hiring a Woman.
Philadelphia Inquirer: Crowdfunding or high-tech panhandling?
Australian Broadcast Network: Pop Culture Freaks.
International Business Times: Thanks, Hackers: Why Sony’s Silly ‘The Interview’ Will Join Free
Speech Touchstones Like ‘Huckleberry Finn’ And ‘Lolita’
Philadelphia Inquirer: Ka-POWer Grrls! Philly feminist geeks fight harassment at comic conventions
Philadelphia Magazine: Philly Author Examines LGBT Representation in Media in Pop Culture Freaks
Cardhub: Is financial literacy going mainstream?