Public Engagement

  • Faculty


    Recent activity involves marching in the People's Climate March, and joining up with Reverend Billy to protest the Koch Brothers. Margaret likes to show up at protests & sign petitions as research for teaching one of her favorite classes at the New School: Research for Media Activism. Other activities include media consulting for such clients as Primedia Software on Demand, and being a writing coach for College Summit. As part of her role as Senior Research Fellow at the Film and Education Research Academy (FERA) at Teachers College Columbia, she recently provided commentary at the Nexialist: 2nd Interdisciplinary Studies/Cultural Studies Conference; she has also given a talk to FERA on research methods. Previous to teaching at the New School, Margaret was Associate Professor and Director of Foundations at the City College of New York. She has also taught at NYU and Columbia. Prior to City College, at various companies, she was a marketing consultant, group account director, director of new business development and also a director of production of an eight-month online test of interactive television for AT&T. Before that she was vice-president at Humanware at Citibank and held the same position at Videodisc Publishing Inc

    Research Interests:

    Research methods, media activism

    Current Courses:

    Media Research Methods