Dr. Anton is an award-winning teacher and author as well as a Fellow of the International Communicology Institute. His publications can be found in journals such as "Philosophy and Rhetoric", "Communication Theory," "Human Studies," and "The American Journal of Semiotics." His books include: Selfhood and Authenticity (2001, SUNY Press), Sources of Significance: Worldly Rejuvenation and Neo-Stoic Heroism (2010, Purdue University Press), Communication Uncovered: General Semantics and Media Ecology (2011, Institute of General Semantics) and the edited collections Valuation and Media Ecology: Ethics, Morals, and Laws (2010, Hampton Press), Korzybski And... (with Lance Strate, 2012, Institute of General Semantics) and Taking Up McLuhan's Cause (with Lance Strate and Robert K. Logan, 2017, Intellect, Ltd.). Anton is the Past Editor of the journal Explorations in Media Ecology, and Past-Chair of the Semiotics and Communication Division of the National Communication Association, Anton currently serves on the Board of Trustees for the Institute of General Semantics, and on the editorial boards of The Atlantic Journal of Communication, Media Ethics, and Explorations in Media Ecology.
M 5:00pm-6:00pm, T/Th 11:30am-12:30pm, and by appointment
Systems Theory and Communication, Emerging Communication Technologies, Communication Theory, History of Communications Technologies, Interpersonal Communication, and Special Topics in Communication.
B.A., University of Wisconsin-Parkside; M.S., Illinois State University; Ph.D., Purdue UniversityBack