Panel 1: Examining the Globally Marginalized: Representations of Race and Gender in the Media

Location: BTSU 315

Description: Projects on this panel discuss current representations of race and gender in the media. The panelists examine both national and international portrayals of gender and race in popular film and television, video games, and the news.

Category: Race and Gender in Media

Faculty Respondent: Dr. Sung-Yeon Park


Panel 2: (In)Visible Identities of Individuals and Communities

Location: BTSU 314

Description: The panelists in this session examine the construction of individual and collective identities in national and international contexts. The panel includes presentations on mediated identities, such as those created through media coverage on rape, as well as on identities constructed through discourse, social justice activism, and brand management.

Category: Identity and Media

Faculty Respondent: Dr. Srinivas Melkote

Schedule

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2015
Friday, March 27th
10:30 AM

Panel 1

Panel 1: How the Media Covered the Issue of Women Driving in Saudi Arabia

Saud Alsulaiman, Bowling Green State University - Main Campus

BTSU 315

10:30 AM - 11:30 AM

Panel 1

Panel 1: Exploring the Sky: Examinations of Women’s Empowerment through Contemporary Movements

Erika M. Behrmann, Bowling Green State University - Main Campus

BTSU 315

10:30 AM - 11:30 AM

Panel 1

Panel 1: Avengers Reluctantly Assemble: A Post-racial and Xenophobic Criticism of The Avengers

Gabriel Cruz, Bowling Green State University - Main Campus

BTSU 315

10:30 AM - 11:30 AM

Panel 2

Panel 2: "Young wife from Northeast India allegedly raped”: Understanding the framing of rape reportage in Indian media

Dhiman Chattopadhyay, Bowling Green State University - Main Campus

BTSU 314

10:30 AM - 11:30 AM

Panel 2

Panel 2: Angelina Jolie’s ovaries: Influence of metaphors of the ovary and ovarian cancer on public discourse of ovarian cancer

Dinah Tetteh, Bowling Green State University - Main Campus

BTSU 314

10:30 AM - 11:30 AM

Panel 2

Panel 2: Calling Out or Calling Off: The Implications of a Narrowing Social Justice Practice

Mary Maxfield, Bowling Green State University - Main Campus

BTSU 314

10:30 AM - 11:30 AM

Panel 2

Panel 2: ISIS: Brand Management and Community Organizing

Arthi Chandrasekaran, Bowling Green State University - Main Campus

BTSU 314

10:30 AM - 11:30 AM