Meet the Editors!


Antonio Lopez

Antonio Lopez, Ph.D. is a leading international expert of media education. With a research focus on bridging sustainability with media literacy, he is an experienced curriculum designer, educator, trainer, theorist, researcher and public speaker. As an author and blogger he has written numerous academic articles, essays and three books: Mediacology: A Multicultural Approach to Media Literacy in the 21st Century, The Media Ecosystem: What Ecology Can Teach Us About Responsible Media Practice, and Greening Media Education: Bridging Media Literacy with Green Cultural Citizenship. He is currently Chair and Associate Professor of Communications and Media Studies at John Cabot University in Rome, Italy. Visit his website at:


Theresa Redmond

Theresa Redmond is an Associate Professor at Appalachian State University where she teaches in Media Studies and Teacher Education. She studies how media and communication technologies impact literacy, fluency, learning, community, and expression. Currently, Theresa is exploring measures to evaluate media literacy, ecomedia literacy, and nonlinear pedagogies for media literacy education.


Jeff Share

Jeff Share works as a Faculty Advisor for UCLA’s Teacher Education Program and continues his research and practice focusing on the teaching of critical media literacy in K-12 education. Jeff presents nationally and internationally at conferences, provides professional development at schools, and writes about critical media literacy. In 2015, he published the second edition of Media Literacy is Elementary: Teaching Youth to Critically Read and Create Media. He created a course in Critical Media Literacy (ED466) that has become mandatory for all new teacher candidates in the Teacher Education Program at UCLA. In 2017, he co-wrote the book Teaching Climate Change to Adolescents: Reading, Writing, and Making a Difference.


Dr. Clare Hintz

Dr. Clare Hintz has a B.S. Degree in Biology and Writing, a M.S. in Sustainable Systems with an emphasis in Agroecology, and a Ph.D. in Sustainability Education with a focus on Regenerative Agriculture. She founded a liberal arts program in sustainable agriculture at Northland College and has consulted with a variety of colleges on sustainability issues. She currently teaches permaculture design and regenerative agriculture from her farm in northern Wisconsin. She is the editor in chief of the Journal of Sustainability Education