Carmen M. Lee (PhD, University of California-Santa Barbara) is a clinical professor of communication at USC Annenberg. She has authored or co-authored works on interethnic and intercultural relationships, Black masculinity, interpersonal and family relationships, and diversity and inclusion in the media industry. She also teaches courses in quantitative research methods, media effects, interpersonal and intercultural communication, global organizational communication, and communication theory.
Lee is the assistant dean of teaching excellence for USC Annenberg, and formerly a Center for Excellence in Teaching Faculty Fellow (2018-2020). She is also the assessment advisor for the USC Annenberg School of Communication.
Reimagining black masculinities and public space: Essays on race, gender, and social activism (pp. 5-32). (2020, Lexington Books)
The Routledge Handbook of Family Communication, chapter 30: “Charting Dangerous Territory: The Family as a Context of Violence and Aggression,” co-author (2022, Routledge)
“Inclusion in the music business: Gender & Race/Ethnicity across Executives, Artists & Talent Teams.”(2021, University of Southern California Annenberg School for Communication)
“The ticket to inclusion: Gender & race/ethnicity of leads and financial performance across 1,200 popular films.” (2020, University of Southern California Annenberg School for Communication)
“Cracking the code: The prevalence and nature of Computer Science depictions in media.” (2017, University of Southern California Annenberg School for Communication)
“Coping with obsessive relational intrusion and stalking: The role of social support and coping strategies.” (2012, Violence and Victims)
“Activating racial stereotypes on Survivor: Cook Islands.” (2011, Howard Journal of Communications)
COMM 301Lg: Empirical Research in Communication
COMM 313: Communication and Mass Media