6 edition of Latina/O Communication Studies found in the catalog.
by Peter Lang Pub Inc
Written in English
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Dr. Holling recieved the Cordova-Puchot Scholar of the Year Award from the Latina/o Communication Studies Division and La Raza Caucus of the National Communication Association in Her scholarship on Chicano masculinity earned her the B. Aubrey Fisher Outstanding Journal Article by the Western States Communication Association in My most recent book, The New York Young Lords and the Struggle for Liberation (Temple University Press, ), has received numerous accolades, including the Book of the Year Award from the National Communication Association's Critical/Cultural Studies Division. The Young Lords were a revolutionary, multi-ethnic, grassroots political.
Situated at the juncture of Latina/o studies and sexualities studies, the contributors to Latina/o Sexualities synthesize and critique the literature and carve a separate space where issues of Latina/o sexualities can be explored given the limitations of prevalent research models. Latina/o Parent-Adolescent Communication about Sexuality: An Cited by: “Beyond ‘Filling in the the Gap’: Latina/o Feminist Media Studies and the Politics of Citation,” Feminist Media Studies, , (April ) “Media and the Musical ImagiNation: Contradictory Discourses of Belonging in ‘Nuestro Himno’ and ‘Reggaetón Latino,’” Identities: Global Studies in Culture and Power, .
Diana Leon-Boys holds a Ph.D. in Communications and Media Studies from the Institute of Communications Research at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Her research is situated at the intersection of Media Studies, Latina/o Studies, and Girlhood Studies. Catalina M. de Onís is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Civic Communication and Media at Willamette University. Her research and teaching engage Latina/o/x studies, de/coloniality, race, ethnicity, and borders, environmental and energy studies, gender, ethnographic methods, and instructional communication.
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Latina/o Communication Studies aims to challenge this split by creating a more complex and less Eurocentric understanding of rhetoric.
This rich and informative book contributes to a more nuanced understanding of race and ethnicity and attests to the importance of Latina/o studies in Cited by: This book brings together contemporary and exciting research within communication and Latina/o studies.
Written in a clear, accessible manner and based on original research drawn from a broad range of paradigms – from textual analysis to reception studies and political economy – Latina/o Communication Studies Today provides an invaluable resource and excellent case studies for those Format: Paperback.
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Her most recent book, Monstrosity, Race, and Performance in Contemporary Culture, was published in by Peter Lang. InDr. Calafell was the recipient of the Córdova-Puchot Award for Scholar of the Year by the Latina/o Communication Studies Division and La Raza Caucus of the National Communication Association.
"This is the first book within the field of communication studies to map the terrain of Latina/o performance. Using rhetorical criticism and performance ethnography, the book examines performance from a variety of perspectives: from identity and community in.
Description: This book brings together contemporary and exciting research within communication and Latina/o studies. Written in a clear, accessible manner and based on original research drawn from a broad range of paradigms - from textual analysis to reception studies and political economy - "Latina/o Communication Studies Today" provides an.
(shelved 2 times as latino-studies) avg rating — 12, ratings — published After making a case for a multidisciplinary analysis that is rooted in communication studies, performance studies, and Latina/o studies, Calafell invites the reader to the stage of her life. She begins the first chapter by reflecting on her first experiences as a graduate student whose “identity was so entrenched in Chicana rhetoric and the Author: Katynka Martinez.
ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: viii, pages: illustrations ; 23 cm: Contents: The production of Latinidad --Is my butt your island. the myth of discovery and contemporary Latina/o communication studies / Angharad N.
Valdivia --When Dolores del Rio became Latina: Latina/o stardom in Hollywood's transition to sound / Mary. This book presents contemporary Latina/o/x Communication Studies research in theoretical, methodological, and academic contexts.
Contributors focus on Latina/o/x experiences in academia, Latina/o/x identity, the role of the Spanish language, and border activism modes of resistance.
The Myth of Discovery and Contemporary Latina/o Communication Studies. in AN Valdivia (ed.), Latina/o Communication Studies Today.
Peter Lang, pp. Valdivia by: 4. Her co-authored piece "Reading Latina/o Images: Interrogating Americanos" was given the Distinguished Scholarship Award by the International and Intercultural Division of the National Communication Association. She is also author of the book Latina/o.
Additionally, he has book chapters in Latina/o Communication Studies Today and The Handbook of Critical Intercultural Communication. Currently he is on the editorial board for four research journals. Inhe received “Latina/o Scholar of the Year” from NCA's Latina/o Communication Studies Division.
Her second book explores Latinx experiences in the U.S. educational system. She regularly teaches a course on targeted Latinx texts as well as English “Growing Up Latina/o,” English “Latina Feminisms,” English “Introduction to Latina/o Studies,” and English “Educating Latinas/os: Preparing SLI Mentors.”.
E Cram earned a PhD in Communication and Culture at Indiana University inwith concentrations in Cultural Studies, Gender Studies, and Rhetoric and Public Culture. Cram’s scholarship examines intersections between queer and trans studies and the environmental humanities—exploring cultural geographies of gender, sexuality, violence.
This book is an invaluable source of cutting-edge research on the rhetorical histories and possible trajectories of latina/o communication studies.
Robert DeChaine. Latina/o Discourse in Vernacular Spaces: Somos de Una Voz. is a diverse, interdisciplinary collection of essays providing insights into scholarship on Latina/o communication.
According to a recently published micro-history about the Latina/o Communication Studies Division and La Raza Caucus of the National Communication Association to commemorate its centennial year, the s marked an important recognition of diverse scholarship on issues important to Latina/os.
Table of contents for Latina/o communication studies today / edited by Angharad N. Valdivia. Bibliographic record and links to related information available from the Library of Congress catalog.
Note: Contents data are machine generated based on pre-publication provided by the publisher. This book brings together contemporary and exciting research within communication and Latina/o studies. Written in a clear, accessible manner and based on original research drawn from a broad range of paradigms – from textual analysis to reception studies and political economy – Latina/o Communication Studies Today provides an invaluable resource and excellent case studies for those.
This is the first book within the field of communication studies to map the terrain of Latina/o performance. Using rhetorical criticism and performance ethnography, the book examines performance from a variety of perspectives: from identity and community in everyday life, to how it intersects with popular culture.
Discussions – from Ricky Martin to Chicana feminist pilgrimages to issues of. The research areas of Professor Martinez include Cultural Studies, Media Studies, Latina/Latino Studies and Communication.
Prior to arriving at SF State, Professor Martínez was a postdoctoral researcher at the University of Southern California where she worked on the research project, “Kids' Informal Learning with Digital Media: An.The University of Iowa Workshop in Latina/o/x Studies is a summer program (July 16–20, ) designed to bring together scholars across the career timeline—from graduate students finishing their dissertations to full professors—to share and develop works-in-progress.
Outside of a few specialized conferences and their own professional networks, there are few places that Latina/o/x Studies. It goes without saying that Latina media studies is a feminist endeavor. Taking the intersectional step of including Latinidad, the history and process of being or becoming Latina/o, within media studies and adding the wrinkle of gender takes us into feminism, as these two steps do not naturally happen within our contemporary white masculine normative research : Angharad N.