Dr. Mahmoud Eid is an Associate Professor at the Department of Communication, University of Ottawa, Canada. His professional expertise lies in quantitative and qualitative research regarding the effects of mass media and social development. His research interests concentrate on international communication, media ethics, communication research methods, terrorism, crisis management and conflict resolution, modernity, and the political economy of communication.
Dr. Eid is the author of Interweavement: International Media Ethics and Rational Decision-Making (2008), co-author of Mission invisible: Race, religion, and news at the dawn of the 9/11 era (2014; listed among the Best Books in 2014 by The Hill Times), editor of Exchanging Terrorism Oxygen for Media Airwaves: The Age of Terroredia (2014) and Research Methods in Communication (2011), and co-editor of Re-Imagining the Other: Culture, Media, and Western-Muslim Intersections (2014), Engaging the Other: Public Policy and Western-Muslim Intersections (2014), Basics in Communication and Media Studies (2012), and The Right to Communicate: Historical Hopes, Global Debates and Future Premises (2009). He serves on the editorial boards of several academic journals, and as an organizing committee member for various international conferences. Dr. Eid has presented numerous papers at global conferences and has contributed chapters to several books published by Hampton Press, Pearson, Peter Lang, Oxford University Press, Kendall/Hunt, and Rowman & Littlefield,among others. In addition, he has published articles in various journals including International Journal of Technoethics, International Journal of the Humanities, Journal of Mass Communication & Journalism, Media, War & Conflict, Middle East Journal of Culture and Communication, Terrorism and Political Violence, The European Journal of Communication Research, and The Journal of International Communication.
For additional information, visit his personal website at www.MahmoudEid.ca.