Wednesday, April 28, 2021 at 6:00pm to 6:45pmVirtual Event
Countries such as China, Russia, and India have contributed to the transformation of the global media and communication landscape, challenging the analytical frameworks of communication studies, which remain deeply embedded within a Western discourse. In a post-COVID multi-polar world, global communication studies may have to broaden its remit. This is especially true with digital communication at a time when global cyberspace is rapidly changing and digital connectivity brings once marginal populations onto the policy discourse, not as aid receivers but as active consumers and producers.
Join University of Oregon faculty, Dr. Arafaat A. Valiani (Associate Professor, History | Sociology | Global Health), Dr. Sangita Gopal (Associate Professor, Cinema Studies), and Dr. Bish Sen (Associate Professor, School of Journalism and Communication) for a speakers series during spring term 2021. All events will be held virtually and feature conversations between faculty and speakers from the University of Oregon community and beyond. Topics include Indigenous arts, global communications after Covid, and identity in Asian and Asian Studies, and more.
Asian Studies Program
Center for Asian and Pacific Studies
Center for the Study of Women in Society
College of Arts and Sciences
Department of Anthropology
Department of History
Department of Indigenous, Race, and Ethnic Studies
Department of Sociology
Global Health Program
Global Studies Institute, Division of Global Engagement
Oregon Humanities Center’s Endowment for Public Outreach in the Arts, Sciences, and Humanities