112 Ferguson Building
Affiliate Faculty Member: African American and African Diasporic Studies Program
Specializations: Organizational Communication, Communication Theory, African-American Culture and Identity, Intercultural Communication
Cultural identity and identity negotiation, African-American communication and culture, occupational socialization and identification of diverse groups, organizational culture, third wave/intersectional feminism
Refereed Journal Articles
Glenn, C.L. (2015). Activism or “slacktivism?”: Digital media and organizing for social change, Communication Teacher, 29(2), 81-85. DOI:10.1080/17404622.2014.1003310
Spieldenner, A.R. & Glenn, C.L. (2014). Scripting hate crimes: Victim,space and perpetrator defining hate, Continuum: Journal of Media & Cultural Studies, 28(1), 123-135. DOI:10.1080/10304312.2013.854873
Glenn, C.L. & Spieldenner, A.R. (2013). An intersectional analysis of television narratives of African American women with African American men on “the Down Low,” Sexuality & Culture, 17(3), 401-416. DOI:10.1007/s12119-013-9189-y
Glenn, C.L. & Johnson, D.L. (2012). “What they see as acceptable:” A co-cultural theoretical analysis of Black male students at a Predominantly White Institution, Howard Journal of Communications, 23(4), 351-368. DOI: 10.1080/10646175.2012.722817
(awarded the 2013 Outstanding Journal Article Award from the African American Communication and Culture Division of the National Communication Association)
Glenn, C.L. & Cunningham, L. (2009). Black magic: The magical Negro and White salvation in film, Journal of Black Studies, 40(2), 135-152. DOI 10.1177/0021934707307831
Glenn, C.L. & Johnson, D.L. (2013). Life in Black and White: Cautionary tales of internalizing cultural norms of race, class, and gender in The Family that Preys. In J. Bell & R.L. Jackson (Eds.), Interpreting Tyler Perry: Perspectives on race, class, gender, and sexuality (pp. 148-175). New York, NY: Routledge.
Glenn, C.L. (2013). White masculinity and the TV sitcom dad: Tracing the “progression” of portrayals of fatherhood. In R.L. Jackson & J. Moshin (Eds.), Communicating marginalized masculinities: Identity politics in TV, film, and new media, (pp. 174-188). New York, NY: Routledge.
Glenn, C.L. (2012). Stepping in and stepping out: Examining the way anticipatory career socialization impacts identity negotiation of African-American women in academia. In G.Chang, C. G. Gonzalez, Y. Flores-Niemann, A. Harris, & G. Gutierrez y Muhs (Eds.) Presumed incompetent: The intersections of race and class for women in academia, (pp.133-141).Boulder, CO: University Press of Colorado.
Jackson II, R.L., Glenn, C.L., & Morant Williams, K. (2012). Self-identity and culture. In A. Kurylo (Ed.), Inter/Cultural communication: Representation and construction of culture, (pp. 117-140). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications, Inc.
Glenn, C.L. & Long, S.D. (2012). Utilizing exploratory qualitative data collection in small organizations: Consulting for the Multi-Cultural Community Connections (MCC). In D.L. Anderson (Ed.), Cases and exercises in organization development and change, (pp. 39-50). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications, Inc.
Long, S.D. & Glenn, C.L. (2012). Considering phenomenology in virtual work. In S.D.Long (Ed.), Virtual work and human interaction research: Qualitative and quantitative approaches, (pp. 248-256). Hershey, PA: IGI Global.
Glenn, C.L. (2011). Navigating new terrains: Socialization challenges of African-American female tenure track faculty in the STEM disciplines. In M. Niles & N. Gordon (Eds.), Still searching for our mothers’ gardens: Experiences of new, tenure track faculty of color at “majority” institutions, (pp. 237-255). Lanham, MD: University Press of America.
Glenn, C.L. (2011). You can have a man OR a career: Negotiating perceptions of African-American female professors’ social identities. In E. Gilchrist (Ed.), The experiences of single African-American women professors: With this PhD, I thee wed, (pp. 221-234). Lanham, MD: Lexington Books.
Glenn, C.L. & Jackson, II, R.L. (2010). Re-negotiating identity in the field of communication. In S. Allan (Ed.), Rethinking communication: Keywords in communication research (International Communication Association Theme Book Series), (pp. 137-149). Cresskill, NJ: Hampton Press.
Essays, Reviews, and Encyclopedia Entries
Glenn, C.L. (2011). Braxton Family Values. [Review of the television series Braxton Family Values, produced by T. Braxton & T. Braxton]. Women and Language, 34(2), 153-154.
Glenn, C. L. (2010). Immediacy. In R.L. Jackson, II (Ed.), The SAGE Encyclopedia of Identity. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications.
Glenn, C. L. (2010). Perceptual filtering. In R.L. Jackson, II (Ed.), The SAGE Encyclopedia of Identity. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications.
Glenn, C. L. (2010). Sapir-Whorf Hypothesis. In R.L. Jackson, II (Ed.), The SAGE Encyclopedia of Identity. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications.
National Communication Association
Eastern Communication Association
The Organization for the Study of Communication, Language, and Gender
National Alumni Council, University of North Carolina at Asheville