James Alexander McVey

I’m a recent PhD graduate from the Department of Communication at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. My work is situated at the intersection of rhetoric and media studies. I’m interested in how visual media works to negotiate public controversies about race, sovereignty, and policing. My current project, Policing the Post-Racial, explores the role of images and videos in contemporary debates about race and police violence.

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