Rhonda Hammer, Ph.D.
UCLA Women's Studies, Communications, Graduate School of Education Department

240B Kinsey Hall
(310) 206-8101 messages

Rhonda Hammer is a Research Scholar at the UCLA Center for the Study of Women and teaches women's studies, education and communications at UCLA.

Dr. Hammer has a MA in Communications, from Simon Fraser University and a Ph.D. in Sociology from York University. She has authored/co-authored numerous articles of feminisms, cultural studies, media literacy, globalization and social theory and practice.

She is the co-author of Rethinking Media Literacy A Critical Pedagogy of Representation, 1995 and author of Antifeminism and Family Terrorism A Critical Feminist Perspective, 2002.

She has taught in women's studies, communications, video production, education and sociology in Canada, Finland and the U.S. and has worked extensively as an independent, educational and/or grassroots video producer.


Courses Taught at UCLA


Updated September 22, 2002 by mary@ssc.ucla.edu