What Is Happening Here? Re-imagining Feminist Communication and Media Work amid a Global Pandemic
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This special chapter offers a conversation between the first ten Teresa Award Scholars of the Feminist Scholarship Division (FSD) of the International Communication Association (ICA) on the meaning of these extraordinary pandemic times on media and communication processes from a feminist scholarship perspective. It evolved out of a panel discussion during the annual conference of the International Communication Association in May 2020, which was held virtually due to the global COVID-19 pandemic. In January 2021, all contributors revisited the question, adding further thoughts from the vantage point of having experienced and observed the pandemic ebbing and flowing across the globe.
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What Is Happening Here? Re-imagining Feminist Communication and Media Work amid a Global Pandemic, in S. Eckert & I. Bachmann (Eds.), Reflections on Feminist Communication and Media Scholarship: Theory, Method, Impact, Routledge, p. 163-173
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Bachmann, Ingrid; Buzzanell, Patrice M.; Byerly, Carolyn M.; Gigi Durham, Meenakshi; Eckert, Stine; Sarma Hegde, Radha; Lemish, Dafna; Rakow, Lana F.; Ross, Karen; Parameswaran, Radhika; Steeves, H. Leslie; Steiner, Linda; and Valdivia, Angharad N., "What Is Happening Here? Re-imagining Feminist Communication and Media Work amid a Global Pandemic" (2021). Communication Faculty Publications. 972.