Panel 1: Global Epistemologies under Scrutiny

Location: BTSU 315

Description: Projects on this panel investigate theoretical frameworks, methods, and concepts for the study of communication and identity in the 21st century. Projects examine digital contexts, critical ethnography, and social justice.

Category: Theoretical Frameworks, Methods, Concepts

Faculty Respondent: Dr. Clayton Rosati


Panel 2: Racial Discourses: Whiteness, the Other, and “New Racism”

Location: BTSU 314

Description: In this panel, the presenters examine discourses of whiteness, Othering, and “new racism” in various contexts ranging from education to the NBA.

Category: Whiteness and Racism

Faculty Respondent: Dr. Lara Martin Lengel

Schedule

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2015
Friday, March 27th
11:35 AM

Panel 1

Panel 1: CBPR and a Multitrack Model of Development: A Proposed Critical Ethnography

Jeanette M. Dillon, Bowling Green State University - Main Campus

BTSU 315

11:35 AM - 12:30 PM

Panel 1

Panel 1: Portrayals of Identities Through Bollywood: Shift From Brain Drain to Drain Circulation

Shrinkhala Upadhyaya, Bowling Green State University - Main Campus

BTSU 315

11:35 AM - 12:30 PM

Panel 1

Panel 1: The Blogosphere versus the Conventional Media: Competing for a More Informed Public

Mohammad Abuljadail, Bowling Green State University - Main Campus

BTSU 315

11:35 AM - 12:30 PM

Panel 2

Panel 2: Adam Silver and the Complexity of New Racism

Linsay M. Cramer, Bowling Green State University - Main Campus

BTSU 314

11:35 AM - 12:30 PM

Panel 2

Panel 2: Culture Wars in Education: Whiteness, APUSH, and the Pursuit of Property

Andrew Donofrio, Bowling Green State University - Main Campus

BTSU 314

11:35 AM - 12:30 PM

Panel 2

Panel 2: Using Cognitive Dissonance Theory in Reducing Racism and Prejudice

Esen Saygin Koc, Bowling Green State University - Main Campus

BTSU 314

11:35 AM - 12:30 PM