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Ph.D. Students Accepted into Summer Institute at Duke University

January 24, 2023

Department of Communication Ph.D. students Megan Foster and Khari Johnson have been accepted to the highly competitive Black Feminist Theory Summer Institute within Duke University’s Department of Gender, Sexuality, and Feminist Studies. The Black Feminist Theory Summer Institute will take … Continued

Black Box Theatre Open House in Swain Hall

January 22, 2023

During the week of January 24, Tuesday – Friday from 1 to 3p.m., the Dept. of Communication’s newly refurbished black box theatre space in Swain Hall will be open to the UNC community to experience a showing of some of … Continued

The Art Performance of Seoul Queer Collective

January 19, 2023

The Art Performance of Seoul Queer Collective features an exhibition, Freak Flag Fly, displayed in October 2022 by Department of Communication PhD Student Nam Soojung, who edited and translated work by SQC Kim Jungmin. FREAK In this exhibition, the Seoul … Continued

Event: Pushed Up The Mountain Film Screening

January 17, 2023

Thursday, February 16th 5:30-8pm in the Nelson Mandela Auditorium of the FedEx Global Education Center Join us for February’s Faculty Spotlight featuring the North Carolina premiere of Pushed Up The Mountain, a film by Department of Communication Faculty Julia Haslett in … Continued

2022 National Communication Association (NCA) Awards

December 2, 2022

Department of Communication PhD students and faculty traveled to New Orleans, Louisiana to attend the 108th National Communication Association‘s 2022 convention “Honoring PLACE: People, Liberation, Advocacy, Community, and Environment”, held from November 17th to November 20th. The department’s Director of … Continued

Crisis Vision: Dr. Torin Monahan Book Launch Talk

October 24, 2022

The Department of Communication is looking forward to hosting a talk by our own esteemed faculty, Dr. Torin Monahan! His talk will be based on his recently published book, Crisis Vision: Race and the Cultural Production of Surveillance (Duke University … Continued

COMM Speaker Series Presents: Dr. Armond Towns

October 3, 2022

The Department of Communication is looking forward to hosting our second guest in our fall 2022 Speaker Series: Dr. Armond Towns! His talk is titled “The Medium is the Message, Revisited: Media and Black Epistemologies” and will take place on … Continued