Amanda Hill is an Assistant Professor of Communication Studies at St. Mary's University. She is an artist, scholar, and educator who studies the intersections of narrative, performance, and media. She is particularly interested in vernacular practices of storytelling and the ways everyday people tell and share stories through digital media and theatre. Check out her projects and scholarship using the images and menu.
Amanda recently received the Edward and Linda Speed Faculty Research and Development Grant to fund research for her Marianist Heritage Media Project.
Hill, A. The Power of Voice: Using Audio Podcasts as a Tool to Teach Vocal Performance and Digital Communication. Journal of Communication Pedagogy, 4:1(2021): 38–50.
Hill, A. Westside Stories: Student-Made Documentaries about San Antonio’s Westside. Journal of Media Practice and Education, 22:1 (2021): 1-16.
Hill, A. "Mediating Quarantine: Considering Netflix’s Homemade through Baudrillard’s Hyperreal and the Banal.” The Journal of Media Art Study and Theory, 2:1 (2021): 78-93.
Hampsten, K., & Hill, A. (2021) Networked Family Spirit: Paradox and Tension in Moving a Small University Online. In J. Valenzano (Ed.) Post Pandemic Pedagogy.
Raffel, S. & Hill, A. (2021). UpWord Mobility: The Intersection of Rhetorics, Hip Hop, and History in Hamilton: An American Musical. In Intersectional Media: Representations of Marginalized Identities, J. Campbell and T. Carilli (Eds), Rowman & Littlefield, pp. 93-103.
2:1 (2021): 78-93.