- Assistant Teaching Professor
- Public Relations, Communication Studies
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Angie Chiang is lecturer in Public Relations and Communication Studies. She received her Ph.D. in Communication and Media Studies from the University of Calgary in Canada with research interests including the evolution of public relations, post-television audience reception, fandom, complex narrative and convergence culture. She also has professional experience working as a communications and marketing strategist and researcher in the areas of non-profit, artist-run organizations, education and advertising.
Angie Chiang’s research interests include the evolution of public relations, post-television audience reception, fandom, complex narrative and convergence culture.
Ph.D., Communication and Media Studies, University of Calgary, 2019
M.A., Film Studies, Carleton University, 2006
B.A. (Hons.) Film Studies, Carleton University, 2003
Chiang, A. “Scoping Interactivity: Conceptualizing the post-television viewer”. Contemporary Television Series: Narrative Structures and Audience Perception eds.: V.Marinescu, S. Branea & B. Mitu [July 1, 2014 Cambridge Scholars Publishing]
Chu, M. W., & Chiang, A. (2016). Raging Skies: Development of a Digital Game-Based Science Assessment using Evidence-Centered Game Design. Alberta Science Education Journal (ASEJ)45(2). April 2018.
Whiteley, A., Chiang, A., & Einsiedel, E. (2016). Climate Change Imaginaries? Examining Expectation Narratives in Cli-Fi Novels. Bulletin of Science, Technology & Society, 0270467615622845. Chicago
Jubas, K., Johnston, D. E. B., & Chiang, A. (2014). Living and learning across stages and places: How transitions inform audience members’ understanding of pop culture and health care. Canadian Journal for the Study of Adult Education, 26(1), 57-75.