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Our Voices

Imagining Identity within Community: Pratt, and Rozilyn Miller 5. Navigating the Third Space with Double Consciousness: The Reason Why We Sing: Capturing the Spirit of Kwanzaa, Detine L.

Valuing and Contesting Languages 24.

  1. Broadening the View of Black Language Use. Marcus Coleman teaches interpersonal communication.
  2. Suchitra Shenoy is assistant professor of organizational and multicultural communication at DePaul University's College of Communication.
  3. Brandi Lawless received an M. Mona Freeman Leonard has continued her graduate studies beyond the M.
  4. Bowers is a creative communications specialist living in New York City. Intersecting Identities of Class and Culture 32.

Broadening the View of Black Language Use: Living in Bicultural Relationships 28. Allies in Authenticity, Brenda J.

  • Suchitra Shenoy is assistant professor of organizational and multicultural communication at DePaul University's College of Communication;
  • Valuing and Contesting Languages 24;
  • Marcus Coleman teaches interpersonal communication.

Intersecting Identities of Class and Culture 32. The Cultural Experience of Space and Body: Traversing Disparate Cultures in a Transnational World: Notes from the "War Generation," Souhad Kahil 42.

Hoda Al-Mutawa is an assistant professor at the University of Bahrain.

  • Intersecting Identities of Class and Culture 32;
  • Valuing and Contesting Languages 24;
  • The articles are not too long, either, which is a joy to students, but they provide enough material to get students thinking critically about issues they've either encountered or not;
  • If the idea is to create cultural understanding in a way that students from various groups will not tune out from the beginning, certainly the editors of this book took on a daunting task;
  • Notes from the "War Generation," Souhad Kahil 42;
  • Sheryl Perlmutter Bowen teaches communication and women's studies at Villanova University.

Sheryl Perlmutter Bowen teaches communication and women's studies at Villanova University. Bowers is a creative communications specialist living in New York City.

Buchanan teaches at the University of Central Oklahoma. Marcus Coleman teaches interpersonal communication. Marlene Fine is professor of communications at Simmons College.

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Gordon teaches at the University of Puget Sound. Tina Maria Harris is a professor in the Department of Speech Communication at the University of Georgia where she has been on faculty since 1998.

Brandi Lawless received an M. Mary Fong teaches and research in intercultural, instructional, and spiritual communications at California State University, San Bernardino.

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Mona Freeman Leonard has continued her graduate studies beyond the M. Thomas Nakayama is currently professor and chair of communication studies at Northeastern University. Maria currently runs Creative Outcomes and is a member of the board of directors of Mujeres Unidas y Activas.

  • Notes from the "War Generation," Souhad Kahil 42;
  • Mona Freeman Leonard has continued her graduate studies beyond the M.

Merry Pratt received a Ph. Suchitra Shenoy is assistant professor of organizational and multicultural communication at DePaul University's College of Communication. Dolores Valencia Tanno, until she retired in 2007, taught communication ethics, intercultural communication, and rhetorical theory at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas. Weber, lived in Asia and the Mideast for many years as an organizational development professional, and is now an assistant professor in the Department of Communication Studies at the University of North Carolina at Wilmington Jennifer L.