CV [PDF, December 2021]
Montalbano, K. (2018). Government surveillance of religious expression: Mormons, Quakers, and Muslims in the United States. New York, NY: Routledge.
Journal Articles & Book Chapters
Perreault, G., & Montalbano, K. (forthcoming).
Covering Religion: Field insurgency in U.S. religion
reporting. Journalism. DOI: 10.1177/14648849211073220
Montalbano, K. (2021). “Yakety yak: Don’t talk back”: An
autopsy of anonymity gone awry. Internet Histories. DOI:
Montalbano, K. (2021). Preventing yellow jack and yellow
journalism: The tensions in Mississippi Valley news
coverage of the 1878 yellow fever epidemic. Journalism
History. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1080/00947679.2021.1988273
Montalbano, K. (2019). The FBI and the AFSC: Surveilling United States religious expression in the Cold War era. In Rob Heynen and Emily van der Meulen (Eds.), Making surveillance states: Transnational histories (pp. 238-260). Toronto, Canada: University of Toronto Press
Montalbano, K. (2018). Net neutrality, the Fairness Doctrine, and the NRB: The tension between United States religious expression and media regulation. Media and Communication, 6(1), 5-12. DOI: https://doi.org/10.17645/mac.v6i1.1198
Montalbano, K. (2015). Misunderstanding the Mongols: Intercultural communication in three thirteenth-century Franciscan travel accounts. Information & Culture: A Journal of History, 50(4), 588-610. DOI: https://doi.org/10.7560/IC50406
Montalbano, K. (June 2021). [Review of The Routledge Handbook of Religion and Journalism, edited by K. Radde-Antweiler and X. Zeiler]. Journal of the American Academy of Religion. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1093/jaarel/lfab034
Manuscripts Under Review or In Development
Montalbano, K. (revised and resubmitted). Covering
religion on the “Big Three” networks (1968-1979): “And
that’s the way it is.”
Montalbano, K., & Perreault, G. (under review). Resisting
Protestant hegemony: Privileging coverage in religion
Montalbano, K. (in development). Shielding communicative spaces: The history of U.S. speech protections from the post office to the Internet.