Matthew Tegelberg

Department of Social Science

Assistant Professor
Program Coordinator, Interdisciplinary Social Science Degree Program

Office: Ross Building, S717
Phone: 4167362100 Ext: 30125
Emailmtegel@yorku.ca
Primary websiteindependent.academia.edu/MatthewTegelberg
Secondary websitewww.linkedin.com/profile/view?id=158748167&trk=nav_responsive_tab_profile

Matthew Tegelberg is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Social Science at York University. He has a Ph.D. in Cultural Studies from Trent University and a Master's Degree from the Joint Graduate Program in Communication and Culture at York University and Ryerson University. He is a research associate with MediaClimate, an international network of media scholars that study environmental communication, placing particular emphasis on global media coverage of climate change. Tegelberg's research and teaching interests include global tourism, environmental communication, and media representations of indigenous peoples. His research has been published in Tourist Studies, International Communication Gazette, International Journal of Cultural Studies, Canadian Journal of Communication and in several edited volumes.

Area of Specialization

Interdisciplinary Social Science

Degrees

PhD, Cultural Studies, Trent University
MA, Communication and Culture, York University and Ryerson University
BA, Communication Studies and History, York University


Matthew Tegelberg is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Social Science at York University. He has a Ph.D. in Cultural Studies from Trent University and a Master's Degree from the Joint Graduate Program in Communication and Culture at York University and Ryerson University. He is a research associate with MediaClimate, an international network of media scholars that study environmental communication, placing particular emphasis on global media coverage of climate change. Tegelberg's research and teaching interests include global tourism, environmental communication, and media representations of indigenous peoples. His research has been published in Tourist Studies, International Communication Gazette, International Journal of Cultural Studies, Canadian Journal of Communication and in several edited volumes.

Area of Specialization

Interdisciplinary Social Science

Degrees

PhD, Cultural Studies, Trent University
MA, Communication and Culture, York University and Ryerson University
BA, Communication Studies and History, York University