Hear from Deanna Dannels, Kory Floyd, Shiv Ganesh, and Ronald Jackson II about their experiences as current or past editors of NCA journals and their thoughts on the challenges facing academic publishing.
Hear from Professor Leah Litman about the essay, “Muted Justice,” that examines how much time each of the Supreme Court justices was given to ask questions during May’s oral arguments that were made over the phone because of the coronavirus pandemic.
Hear from Professor Dianne Bystrom, Professor Kristan Poirot, Professor Belinda Stillion Southard, and Ella Stillion Southard on the 19th Amendment and on women’s issues today.
Hear from E. Michele Ramsey, co-author of the new book Major Decisions: College, Career, and the Case for the Humanities. Major Decisions argues that the humanities equip today’s students with the skills and knowledge they need to succeed in their careers and also prepare them to think about the big questions facing our world and our democracy.
Hear from co-editors Rachel Alicia Griffin and Jonathan P. Rossing about a special issue of NCA’s Journal Review of Communication, which focused on the 2018 Disney and Marvel film Black Panther.
Hear from Dr. Mary Gould about the Alliance for Higher Education in Prison's work, the importance of promoting postsecondary education in prison, and the relevance of Communication research and teaching to expanding higher education programs in prisons.
Hear from three university administrators Professors Vanessa B. Beasley, Marnel Niles Goins, and Shawn T. Wahl on how colleges and universities have dealt with the pandemic as we simultaneously look forward to what’s likely to happen in the fall.
Hear from Amanda Nell Edgar and Andre E. Johnson, authors of the book The Struggle over Black Lives Matter and All Lives Matter, which examines the personal experiences of Black Lives Matter and All Lives Matter activists in Memphis, Tennessee.
Hear from Dr. Robin Means Coleman, the author of Horror Noire: Blacks in American Horror Films from the 1890s to Present, a book that was made into an award-winning documentary film in 2019.