is Assistant Professor of Communication and Media Studies at Goucher College in Baltimore. He received his doctorate in Communication Arts from the University of Wisconsin-Madison in 2014. His research and teaching examine the cultural politics of media policy, with a focus on communications regulation, network infrastructures, and digital media. He is currently writing a book on the “net neutrality” debates in the United States and their cultural, industrial, and political implications. He has published research in the International Journal of Communication, Media Industries Journal, Oxford University Press, and elsewhere, as well as presenting regularly at national and international academic conferences.