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Hunter H. Fine (Ph.D., Southern Illinois University Carbondale) is a communication scholar conducting practice-based research at the intersections of performance, rhetoric, critical cultural studies, and poststructuralist theory. Often emphasizing interactions between physical locations and mediated environments, his work continues to explore the social constructions of place and space as well at the tactical negotiations of power therein. His work can be found in Nerve Lantern: Axon of Performance Literature, Communication Theory and Millennial Popular Culture: Essays and Applications, and the Journal of Popular Culture. He currently teaches and designs courses in cultural communication, rhetorical theory, social advocacy, popular discourse, and communication theory at Humboldt State University.