Ruth Tsuria, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor of Communication
College of Human Development Culture and Media

Dr. Tsuria’s research investigates the intersection of digital media, religion, and feminism with a focus on developing theoretical tools to understand online discourse and interrogate the relationship between technology and society; discourse and power.

She has published articles in various academic outlets, such as The International Journal of Communication, The Communication Review and Social Media + Society. Dr. Tsuria has presented her research at numerous national and international communication, media, and religion conferences. Her research has been recognized and awarded by several institutions, including the Network for New Media, Religion, and Digital Culture’s Digital Religion Research Award, and Religion in Society’s the "Emerging Scholar" award. She is currently working on her first book Holy Women, Pious Sex, Sanctified Internet: New Media in the Jewish Bedroom.