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413 About the Contributors Zhuo Ban is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Communication at the University of Cincinnati. Her research brings a global, critical perspective to Organizational Communication and Public Relations via analyses of globalized supply chains, offshore labor politics, and corporate social responsibility discourses. Her work has been published in Management Communication Quarterly, the Journal ofApplied Communication Research , and the Journal of International and Intercultural Communication. Elizabeth Brunner is an Assistant Professor of Communication at Idaho State University. She has studied at Nankai University in Tianjin and Tsinghua University in Beijing. Her scholarship focuses on social movements in the United States and China, with an emphasis on the use of social media in environmental activism. She has published essays on visual rhetoric, new media, civic engagement, and transnational social movements. 414 About the Contributors Donovan Conley is an Associate Professor and Graduate Coordinator in the Department of Communication Studies at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas. A scholar of rhetoric, his research examines the intersections of materiality and aesthetics through the prism of taste. His recent work can be found in Communication and Critical/Cultural Studies, Pre/Text, and Critical Media Studies. Huiling Ding is an Associate Professor of Technical Communication in the Department of English at North Carolina State University, where she directs the Master of Science in Technical Communication program. Her research focuses on intercultural professional communication, health communication, scientific communication, and comparative rhetoric. Her most recent book is Rhetoric of a Global Epidemic: Transcultural Communication about SARS. Patrick Shaou-Whea Dodge is an Associate Professor Clinical Track at the University of Colorado Denver’s International College in Beijing, where he has lived and worked since 2007. He is a member of the National Communication Association’s Task Force on Fostering International Collaborations in the Age of Globalization. His work has been published in Communication and Critical/Cultural Studies, the Journal of Communication , Intercultural Communication Studies, Women & Language, and the International Journal of Intercultural Relations. Mohan J. Dutta is Provost’s Chair Professor and Head of the Department of Communications and New Media at the National University of Singapore (NUS), where he is also an Adjunct Professor at the Interactive Digital Media Institute. He is the Founding Director of the NUS Center for Culture-Centered Approaches to Research and Evaluation (CARE), directing research on community-based projects of social change. He teaches and conducts research in globalization, political economy of communication, postcolonial studies, and participatory social change. David R. Gruber is a Senior Lecturer in the School of English and Media Studies at Massey University, Auckland, New Zealand. His research bridges rhetoric, technical communication, and digital media About the Contributors 415 studies, and has been published in Rhetoric Society Quarterly, Public Understanding of Science, the Journal of Medical Humanities, and others. His work in various forms of media and interactive exhibits has been featured in HyperRhiz.net and The New Everyday. Stephen J. Hartnett is a Professor of Communication at the University of Colorado Denver; he served as the 2017 president of the National Communication Association. His eight books include the award-winning Executing Democracy, vol. 2: Capital Punishment & the Making of America , 1800–1845, the coedited Working for Justice: A Handbook of Prison Education and Activism, and Globalization and Empire: The U.S. Invasion of Iraq, Free Markets, and the Twilight of Democracy. Leonard C. Hawes is a Professor of Communication at the University of Utah, where he is the Director of the Peace and Conflict Studies program . He teaches classes on globalization, cultural studies, and conflict resolution. Based on research in the United States and Denmark, and building upon a career of conflict mediation, he is completing a book addressing alternative means of peace building in conflict-riddled communities . Lisa B. Keränen is an Associate Professor and Chair of the Department of Communication at the University of Colorado Denver, where she is a University President’s Teaching Scholar. She has worked with her department ’s International College Beijing for the past decade. She is a past president of the Association for the Rhetoric of Science, Technology, and Medicine and writes about health rhetoric. Her book Scientific Characters : Rhetoric, Politics, and Trust in Breast Cancer Research received the 2011 Marie Hochmuth Nichols Award for Outstanding Scholarship in Public Address. Kirsten N. Lindholm is the Department of Communication’s Associate Program Chair and an Instructor at the University of Colorado Denver’s International College of Beijing, where she has lived and worked since 2013. Lindholm...

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ISBN
9781609175399
Related ISBN
9781611862577
MARC Record
OCLC
1001925113
Pages
501
Launched on MUSE
2017-08-30
Language
English
Open Access
No
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