DR. SRIVIDYA RAMASUBRAMANIAN, PHD.
Talks + Workshops
Talks + Workshops
Texas A&M's Department of Communication
Liberal Arts department article highlighting Dr. Srivi's Action-based initiatives for diversity, equity and inclusion.
Texas A&M’s Office for Diversity
An article highlighting Dr. Srivi’s accomplishments, "Producing Outstanding Scholarship,", (2021).
Corps of Cadets at Texas A&M
Respecting our diversity: Difficult dialogue on campus race relations, (2021).
Department of Multicultural Services at Texas A&M
COVID-19 conversations hosted by the Asian Presidents’ Council, (2020).
National Communication Association
"The Gatekeeper," Scholarly Chat on Critical Media Effects Framework by Dr. Srividya "Srivi" Ramasubramanian
Texas A&M’s Newspaper
“The Battalion”: Upcoming workshop to facilitate conversations about campus race relations, (2019).
The Engagement Lab in Emerson College
From Difficult Dialogues, Anti-Racism Pedagogy, and Inclusive Communication with Dr. Srivi Ramasubramanian, (2019).
The Nordic Network for Intercultural Communication in Valmiera, Latvia
Beyond diversity as commodity: Neoliberal multiculturalism, anti-oppression pedagogy, and inclusive communication (videotaped keynote), (2019).
California PolyTechnic State University in San Luis Obispo
Campus climate, racial microaggressions, and inclusive communication: A dialogue-based approach, (2019).
University of Massachusetts-Amherst
Blurring the boundaries, balancing the tensions: Meanings, practices, risks, challenges, and opportunities for Communication scholar-activists, (2019).
Massey University in Palmerston North, New Zealand
Critical media effects, Islamophobia, and (de)stigmatization, Decolonizing Anti-Racist Interventions series, (2019).
University of Pennsylvania (Annenberg School for Communication)
Elihu Katz colloquium series, Stereotyping, (de)stigmatization, and social justice: Examining the role of media, (2019).
UT-Dallas School of Arts, Technology, and Emerging Communication
Dean’s Colloquium Series. Media inclusion, racial justice, and critical new media literacies: Charting an agenda for social change, (2019).
IInaugural Leadership Education for APIDA Development (LEAD)
APIDA/American/Aggie: Exploring the intersections, challenging the stereotypes, and redefining our identities, (2018).
Roy E. and Patricia Disney Forum Speaker Series at St. Mary’s College of California
Illegal aliens, perpetual foreigners, and model minorities: How media portrayals of immigrants shape users’ attitudes and beliefs, (2018).
Breaux Symposium on Race and Policy at Louisiana State University
Media inclusion, racial justice, and digital citizenship, (2017).
TEDx Symposium at Lee College – Huntsville Center (First TEDx Event in a Texas prison)
The power of media for an inclusive world, (2017).
Asian/Pacific Islander Heritage Celebrations at Penn State University
Geeks, dragon ladies, and perpetual foreigners: Countering stereotypes of Asian Americans in the media and beyond, (2017).
United Nations Alliance of Civilizations in New York
Energizing social inclusion through youth-produced media, (2016).
NCA Institute for Faculty Development at Hope College
Media stereotypes, positive storytelling and critical media literacy, (2015).
Mudra Inst. of Communication Ahmedabad (MICA) in India
From MICA to Media Rise, (2014).
London School of Economics
Celebrity news, racial/ethnic stereotypes, & affirmative action policy support, (2013).