Critical Media Effects, Islamophobia & (De)Stigmatisation, speaker Professor Srivi Ramasubramanian (PhD., Penn State University, Professor of Communication, Affiliated Professor of Women's & Gender Studies and former Associate dean for Climate & Inclusion at Texas A & M.
Professor Ramasubramanian work focuses on media ans identity, media literacy, stereotyping processes, intercultural/intergroup communication and social justice. She is the Director of Difficult Dialogues on Campus Race Relations, founding Chair of the Communicating Diversity student conference, Convener of the campus-wide Inclusive Pedagogy Workshop Series and co-founder of Media Rise (a nonprofit for meaningful media for social change)
Professor Ramasubramanian's current projects focus on implicit stereotypes and biases, Islamaphobia, prejudice reduction, digital new media literacies, critical big data analysis, quantative methods for social justice, inmgrant/ethnic media and communication scholar-activism.
Part of the CARE Visiting Lecture Series presented by center for culture-centred approach to research and eveluation, Massey University.