Ph.D. Student and Graduate Teaching Assistant


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  • Role:

    Graduate Student
  • Position:

    • Ph.D. Student and Graduate Teaching Assistant
  • Concentration:

    • Narrative
    • Political Communication
    • Public Policy
    • New Media
    • Technoculture
  • Department:

    • Journalism & Media Communication and Political Science
  • Education:

    • M.S. Public Communication and Technology
    • Ph.D. Public Communication and Technology


Elias Gbadamosi is a Ph.D. student in Public Communication and Technology at the Department of Journalism and Media Communication. Elias researches the intricate relationship between narratives, social politics, and technology. He examines how narratives are used to negotiate socio-political issues on digital media platforms. His work provides invaluable insights into how narratives are strategically crafted and disseminated on digital media platforms, shaping public discourse and influencing socio-political debates.

As a graduate teaching assistant, he teaches JTC411 (Media Ethics and Issues). His previous teaching assignments, including JTC100 (Media in Society), JTC300 (Professional and Technical Communication), and JTC460 (Senior Capstone), have provided him with a diverse range of experiences, enabling him to effectively communicate complex concepts and nurture intellectual curiosity in his students.


Gbadamosi, E. (2024). The Audacity of Hope: Examining the Influences of Stable Persona Construction on Political Discourse in the United States. Persona Studies, 10(3), 1-16.

Gbadamosi, E., & Humphrey, M. (2024). “What is in a name?”: Honest Telling and Vulnerability in Anonymous Life Writing. In Chaturvedi, M. (Ed.), Life Writing, Representation and Identity. Routledge.

Humphrey, M., & Gbadamosi, E. (2021). The ‘Imagined Author’: Contingent Selves in an Anonymous Life Writing Subreddit. Journal of Comparative Literature and Aesthetics, 44(4), 164–174.