Dr. Nicholas P. Greco is Associate Professor of Communications and Media at Providence University College in Otterburne, Manitoba. Dr. Greco’s research interests revolve around popular music, popular culture and the nature of celebrity. He has written extensively on the enigmatic star image of the British singer Morrissey, on Joss Whedon’s televisual texts and on David Bowie’s later career. His book, The Rosary and the Microphone: Religious Impulse in U2’s Mediated Brand, is forthcoming from Equinox.
Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.), Communications Studies
Master's Degree (M.A.), Music Criticism
Bachelor's Degree (B.A.), Music