Fac/Staff profile

Rashmi Luthra

Rashmi
Luthra
Ph.D.

Professor of Public Communication and Culture Studies

Education

PhD Institution: Journalism and Mass Communication, University of Wisconsin-Madison

3038 CASL Building
4901 Evergreen Rd
Dearborn, MI 48128
313-593-5533

About

Rashmi Luthra is Professor of Public Communication and Culture Studies at University of Michigan-Dearborn. She has published several articles on gender and communication, gender and media and media and social movements in Feminist Formations; International Journal of Communication (IJoC); Women’s Studies in Communication; Communication, Culture and Critique; Knowledge: Creation, Diffusion, Utilization; Gazette: International Journal for Mass Communication Studies; Feminist Issues; Communication Yearbook; Journalism and Mass Communication Educator, and in several edited collections. She was also honorary editor of the theme “Journalism and Mass Communication,” in The Encyclopedia of Life Support Systems, published by UNESCO.

Teaching Interests

International Communication, Critical Media Studies, Gender and Media Studies

Research Interests

Gender and Communication; Gender and Media; Media and Social Movements; Nation, Gender and News Discourse; Critical Pedagogy

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Selected Publications

Perils of Translation in a Conflict Situation: Lessons from Kashmir. International Journal of Communication 10(2016): 1097-1115.

Transforming Global Communication Research with a View to the Margins. Communication Research and Practice 1.3(2015): 251-257.

Clearing Sacred Ground: Women-Centered Interpretations of the Indian Epics. Feminist Formations 26.2(2014): 135-161.

Unmasking Nation/Rewriting Home: Gendered Narratives of the Partition and its Aftermath. Communication, Culture and Critique 5.3(2012): 333-351.

The Women’s Movement and the Press in India: The Construction of Female Foeticide as a Social Issue. Reprinted in Urban Women in Contemporary India: A Reader. Ed. R. Ghadially. Sage, 2007, pp.154-169.

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Awards and Recognition

Regents’ Medal for Dedicated Service on the Presidential Search Advisory Committee, University of Michigan, 2002.

History

Member for
2 years 3 weeks
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