Play Love Lines
Love Lines is a web-based educational game designed to improve romantic relationship communication.
Hong, Sharon. Fun Way to Solve Relationship Issues. CSULB. February 27, 2017.
Utley, Ebony A. "Infidelity’s Coexistence With Intimate Partner Violence: An Interpretive Description of Women Who Survived a Partner’s Sexual Affair." Western Journal of Communication. 2017.
How Technology Transforms Business Communication
Dr. Utley offers entrepreneurs best practices for communication and technology on Lunch with the Finance Bunch.
Effective Communication Matters in Small Biz
Dr. Utley suggests best communication practices for small business owners.
Communication in the Age of Cyberspace
Dr. Utley comments on the parameters of personal and public communication in the wired and increasing wireless world.
Utley, Ebony A. "Rethinking the Other Woman: Exploring Power in Intimate Heterosexual Triangular Relationships." Women's Studies in Communication. 39:2 (2016): 177-192.
Villa R Love Lines
From their artist residency in Villa R (Messina, Sicily), Dr. Ebony Utley, Dr. Rachel Hastings, and Krystal Cooper discuss their interactive online game, Love Lines.
UnSlut: A Documentary Film
Dr. Utley imparts her perspective as an expert in UnSlut: A Documentary Film
Unfaithful: Stories of Betrayal
Dr. Ebony Utley lends her expertise to the hit show Unfaithful on the Oprah Winfrey Network (OWN).
Utley, Ebony A. "Digital Indiscretions: Infidelity in the Age of Technology" In Gender, Sex, and Politics, edited by Shira Tarrant. New York: Routledge, 2015, 155-168.
Digital Indiscretions--Part Three Obsessions
Dr. Utley questions how far one should go in collecting details about a partner's affair.
Digital Indiscretions--Part Two Confessions
Dr. Utley observes how technology can facilitate infidelity and its discovery.
Digital Indiscretions--Part One Connection
Dr. Utley explains how technology can bring couples closer as well as introduce a third party into a relationship.
The Bad Woman: A Review of Tyler Perry’s Temptation (Spoiler Alert)
Dr. Utley critiques Tyler Perry's representation of a wife who has an affair.
Dear Karrine Steffans: An Open Letter
Dr. Utley writes to Karrine Steffans on how to love.
Utley, Ebony A. "When Better Becomes Worse: Black Wives Describe Their Experiences with Infidelity." Black Women, Gender & Families. 5:1 (2011):66-89.
Black Women and Infidelity
Dr. Utley shares her infidelity research with marriage and family therapist Trevor Crow.
The African American Experience with Infidelity
Dr. Utley discusses marriage and infidelity on the Inspiration by Loretta show.
The Good Wives
Dr. Utley explores how wives transition after experiencing infidelity.
Why Mistresses Talk And Wives Don't
Responding to the Tiger Woods infidelity scandal, Dr. Utley confronts common stereotypes and raises questions about cheating, talking, silence, and power.
Cheating? iPhone Has an App for That
Dr. Utley scrutinizes the marriage of infidelity and technology.
Curran, Melissa A., Ebony A. Utley, and Joel Muraco. "An Exploratory Study of the Meaning of Marriage for African Americans" Marriage & Family Review 46:5 (2010): 346-365.
African American Marriage
Dr. Utley encourages audiences to look for black love in spaces that include but are not limited to marriage.
The Problem with Black Marriage Day
Dr. Utley historicizes black marriage day from slavery through black nationalism to the present.
Black Women’s Relationships: What’s Really Real?
Dr. Utley differentiates fact from fiction in mediated representations of black women’s relationships during a talk at the University of Arkansas, Fayetteville.
Dr. Utley uncovers the heartbreak of the "hardcore" basketball wives.
Dating White or Dating Right?
Dr. Utley refutes LaShaun Williams' 8 reasons to date a white man.
All About Love
Dr. Utley cautions that unconditional love is dangerous when it is not mutual.
Is Women's Empowerment Really the Problem?
Dr. Utley argues that women’s empowerment is not a threat to healthy, mutually affirming relationships.
Rich, Marc D., Utley, Ebony A., Janke, Kelly, & Minodora Moldoveanu. "I'd Rather Be Doing Something Else: Male Resistance to Rape Prevention Programs." The Journal of Men's Studies. 18:3 (2010):268-288.