Katherine Bell, Cal State East Bay assistant professor of communication and media, will discuss her research on Oct. 29.
CSUEB communication scholars share new research as part of fall speaker series
- October 28, 2013 5:00am
The Department of Communication at Cal State East Bay announced their Fall Quarter Speakers Series. Every Tuesday for the remainder of the fall quarter, from 6pm to 7pm, a faculty member from the Department of Communication will present original research. The campus community is invited to join the discussion in MI 3043.
Oct. 15, Dr. Grant Kien, "Media Memes and Prosumerist Ethics: Notes towards understanding memetic behavior"
Oct. 22, Dr. Kate Bell, "'It Doesn’t Get Better....You Get Stronger:' Everyday Celebrity, Identity Production and Social Action in Web 2.0"
Oct. 29, Dr. Lonny Brooks, "Playing at work: Understanding the Future of Work Practices at the Institute for the Future"
Nov. 5, Dr. Mary Cardaras, "Fear, Power, and Politics: The Recipe for the War in Iraq after 9/11”
Nov. 12, Dr. Yung-I Liu, "The Influence of Commucsueb-nication Context on Political Cognition in Presidential Campaigns: A Geospatial Analysis"
Nov. 19, TBA
Nov. 26. Dr. Valerie Smith, "Female 'Heroes' at Ground Zero: Verbal and Visual Accounts Reconceptualize the 'Heroic'"
Dec. 3, TBA
For more information, contact the Department of Communication at (510) 885-3292.
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