CARE-CNM Research Series by Dr Gary L. Kreps

CARE-CNM is pleased to host Professor Gary L. Kreps for a one-day workshop followed by a research talk on “Translational Communication Scholarship”on the 19th January 17 (9am to 3pm) and 20th January 17 (3-4pm). Translational Communication Inquiry is designed to address important societal issues and improve quality of life. More information on this series can be found in the poster below. Register for this series by clicking on the poster below. Hope to see you there!

CARE-CNM Research Series by Dr Gary L. Kreps

CARE-CNM is pleased to host Professor Gary L. Kreps for a one-day workshop followed by a research talk on “Translational Communication Scholarship”on the 19th January 17 (9am to 3pm) and 20th January 17 (3-4pm). Translational Communication Inquiry is designed to address important societal issues and improve quality of life. More information on this series can be found in the poster below. Register for this series by clicking on the poster below. Hope to see you there!

[CNM-CARE Workshop] Professor Teresa Thompson

Professor Teresa Thompson from the University of Dayton will be joining us for a week and she will be conducting a 3-day workshop on Health Communication. You can find out more about Prof. Teresa through her bio here. More information about the workshop can be found in the poster below. Should you be interested to participate in this exciting workshop, please register your attendance through this form. See you there!

[CNM-CARE Research Talk] Dr Raka Shome

WHEN COLONIAL STUDIES MEET MEDIA STUDIES Dr Raka Shome recently gave a talk on how postcolonial studies and media studies could complement each other and highlighted the importance of postcolonial media studies through the discussion of issues such as the North Atlantic temporal logics. Take a listen to her insightful talk through the recording below.

[CNM-CARE Research Talk] Prof Teresa Thompson

HOPE AND THE ACT OF INFORMED DIALOGUE: A DELICATE BALANCE AT END OF LIFE After delivering her three-day workshop on Health Communications, Prof Teresa Thompson gave a talk on embracing an individual’s or a loved one’s End of Life. Prof Teresa touched on the differing approaches to hope from the beginning of the process, the issues pertaining to the denial of death, the approaches of death and other decision-making practices that come along with the process of End of Life.

[CNM-CARE Workshop] Dr Raka Shome

We have another workshop coming up from the 19th to 21st of October! Dr Raka Shome, who recently joined the CNM Department as a Visiting Senior Fellow, will be conducting the 3-day workshop to share her views on Postcolonial Studies. Please refer to the poster below for more information about the workshop. If you are interested to join us, please indicate your attendance by signing up for this workshop here! *Do take note that the readings for this workshop could be retrieved from the Library.
Here is a little bit about Dr Raka Shome:

Dr. Raka Shome writes on postcolonial cultures, transnational feminism, and media/communication cultures.  Her current research interests are in Asian Modernities, Transnational relations of India, Racism and Media in a global context, Transnational Media Cultures and Gender, and the Transnational politics of knowledge production as a communication issue. Dr. Shome has published numerous articles and book chapters in leading journals and anthologies in the field of Media and Communication Studies .  She is the author of Diana and Beyond: White Femininity, National Identity, and Contemporary Media Culture (University of Illinois Press, 2014)—a book that examines how new sets of postcolonial relations in contemporary western cultures are mediated through images of white femininity. Under her co-guest editorship, the first-ever special issue on “Postcolonialism” was published in the field of Communication Studies in the International Communication Association journal Communication Theory (August, 2002).  She recently also guest edited a special issue on “Asian Modernities” (2012) in the (Sage) journal Global Media and Communication, which included several articles focused on the question of what it means to be “modern” outside of liberal western frameworks.  She is finishing up another special issue as guest editor for Cultural Studies/Critical Methodologies  journal on ‘Gender, Nation, Colonialism: Twenty first century connections.

[CNM-CARE RESEARCH TALK] Ms. Beverly Wellman on “Why Do Patients Seek Out Integrative Health Care? Expectations, Experiences, and Networks.”

Ms Beverly Wellman is a medical sociologist (M.Sc.) at the Dalla Lana Faculty of Public Health at the University of Toronto who has been researching and writing on Complementary and Alternative Medicine (CAM). In this talk, Ms Wellman shares about her investigation with her research colleague, Dr. Merrily Kelner, regarding the patients’ decisions on turning to integrative health care clinics that combine biomedicine and CAM for their health problems.