Curriculum Vitae

Entire CarrieLynn D. Reinhard CV available for download with all conference papers.

Academic Background 

  • Ph.D.   Ohio State University,  Columbus, OH,  Communication,  2008
  • M.A.   Ohio State University,  Columbus, OH,  Communication,  2005
  • B.A.   University of Wisconsin – Madison,  Madison, WI,  Communication Arts, Psychology,  2000

Work Experience 

Associate Professor, Communication Arts and Sciences, Dominican University (August, 2015 – Present)

Assistant Professor, Communication Arts and Sciences, Dominican University (August, 2011 – July 2015).

Post-Doctoral Researcher, Virtual Worlds Research Group, Roskilde University (September, 2008 – December, 2010).

Graduate Teaching Assistant, Ohio State University (September, 2003 – June, 2008).

Lecturer, Ohio State University (June, 2007 – August, 2007).

Graduate Research Assistant, Ohio State University (August, 2004 – August, 2006).

Agent Assistant, Becsey-Wisdom-Kalajian (October, 2000 – May, 2003).

Press Department Intern, Nickelodeon, Viacom (June, 1999 – August, 1999).

Courses Taught 

  • Digital Communication Technology
  • Persuasion
  • Convergent Media
  • New Media in Popular Culture
  • Communication Research Methods
  • Games and Game Design
  • Introduction of Public Speaking
  • Communication Ethics

Published Books

Reinhard, C. D. & Olson, C. J. (Eds.) (2016). Making Sense of Cinema: Empirical studies into film spectators and spectatorship. New York: Bloomsbury Publishing.

Published Articles 

Reinhard, C. D. & Miller, K. (2015). Men watching Sex and the City, My Little Pony, and Oklahoma: The interpretation of gender appropriateness in the reception of cross-gendered media products. Participations: Journal of Audience & Reception Studies, 12 (1): http://www.participations.org/Volume%2012/Issue%201/contents.htm.

Reinhard, C. D. & Amsterdam, P. (2013).  Virtual world television products and practices: Comparing television production in Second Life to traditional television production.  Journal of Virtual Worlds Research, 6 (2), Online.

Reinhard, C. D. & Dervin, B. (2012).  Comparing situated sense-making processes in virtual worlds: Application of Dervin’s Sense-Making Methodology to media reception situations.  Convergence: the International Journal of Research into New Media Technologies, 18 (1).

Reinhard, C. D. (2011).  Gameplay marketing strategies as audience cooptation: The story of The Dark Knight, the Cloverfield monster, and their brethren.  International Journal of Communication, 5.

Reinhard, C. D. (2011).  Studying the interpretive and physical aspects of interactivity: Revisiting interactivity as a situated interplay of structure and agencies.  Communications: the European Journal of Communication Research, 36 (3), 353-374.

Reinhard, C. D. (2010).  Interviews within experimental frameworks: How to make sense of sense-making in virtual worlds.  Journal of Virtual Worlds Research, 3 (1).

Dervin, B., Reinhard, C. D., & Shen, F. C. (2006).  Beyond communication: Research as communicating. Making user and audience studies matter — paper 2.  Information Research, 12 (1).

Dervin, B. & Reinhard, C. D. (2006).  Researchers and practitioners talk about users and each other. Making user and audience studies matter — paper 1.  Information Research, 12 (1).

Published Chapters

Reinhard, C. D. (2016). Making sense of the American superhero film: Experiences of entanglement and detachment. In C. D. Reinhard & C. J. Olson (Eds.) (2016). Making Sense of Cinema: Empirical studies into film spectators and spectatorship. New York: Bloomsbury Publishing

Reinhard, C. D. & Olson, C. J. (2016). Introduction: Empirical approaches to film spectators and spectatorship. In C. D. Reinhard & C. J. Olson (Eds.) (2016). Making Sense of Cinema: Empirical studies into film spectators and spectatorship. New York: Bloomsbury Publishing

Reinhard, C. D. & Dervin, B. (2013). Studying Audiences with Sense-Making Methodology. In A. Valdivia & R. Parameswaran (Eds.), International Companion to Media Studies. (pp. 81-104) Oxford, United Kingdom: Blackwell Publishing.

Reinhard, C. D. & Dervin, B. (2013). Comparing Novice Users’ Sense-Making Processes in Virtual Worlds: An Application of Dervin’s Sense-Making Methodology. In Louise Phillips and Ursula Plesner (Eds.), Researching Virtual Worlds: Methodologies for Studying Emergent Practices.  Routledge.

Reinhard, C. D. (2011). Reception Studies and Virtual Worlds: Comparing engagings.  In N. Zagalo, L. Morgado & A. Boa-Ventura (Eds.), Virtual Worlds and Metaverse Platforms: New communication and identity paradigms.  Hershey, Pennsylvania, United States: IGI Global.

Dervin, B. & Reinhard, C. D. (2009). Communication and communication studies.  In M. J. Bates & M. N. Maack (Eds.), Encyclopedia of Library and Information Science (3rd Ed.).  New York City, New York, United States: Taylor & Francis Group.

Reinhard, C. D. & Dervin, B. (2009).  Media uses and gratifications.  In W. F. Eadie (Ed.), 21st Century Communication (pp. 506-515). Thousand Oaks, California, United States: Sage Publications.

Dervin, B. & Reinhard, C. D. (2007). How emotional dimensions of situated information seeking relate to user evaluations of help from sources: An exemplar study of informed by Sense-Making Methodology.  In D. Nahl & D. Bilal (Eds.), Information and Emotion: The emergent affective paradigm in information behavior research and theory.  Medford, New Jersey, United States: Information Today, Inc..

Dervin, B., Reinhard, C. D., & Kerr, Z. Y. (2006). The burden of being special: Adding clarity about communicating to researching and serving users, special and otherwise.  In D. A. Nitecki & E. G. Abels (Eds.), Advances in Librarianship (Vol. 30) (pp. 233-269).  Boston, Massachusetts, United States: Elsevier/Academic Press.

Book Reviews

Reinhard, C. D. (2014). Cable Guys: Television and Masculinities in the 21st Century. The Popular Culture Studies Journal, 2 (1&2), 289-292.

 

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