Dana Solomon has both an MA and PhD in interdisciplinary studies. Her research focuses on the relationship between entertainment and ideology and the ways in which entertainment can be used to facilitate communication about complex problems. Her research interests include ideologies of genocide and international conflict, knowledge translation, and the impact of bias within the medical profession on women with obesity.
Dana’s publications include several journal articles, book chapters, and a book published by Lexington Books, titled Ideological Battlegrounds: Entertainment to Disarm Divisive Propaganda. Dana has experience in both integrative mixed-methods and qualitative research practices. When Dana is not working at the Birth Place Lab, she owns and operates her own business, D-Editions.