With this podcast, host Ellen Wartella brings you interviews of several outstanding communication researchers who have been architects of communication scholarship. She will ask them questions about what motivated them to study communication, what they see as current status of their area of research, what they see as the important research questions in their respective areas moving forward, and how communication research contributes to societal challenges and opportunities. In each episode, Ellen will introduce one of the Architects of Communication Scholarship and a handpicked scholar who will be engaging in dialogue with that architect.
Architects of Communication Scholarship - Kathleen Jamieson and Her Journey Through Sexism, Academia, Politics, and Journalism
Dr. Kathleen Jamieson discusses her career path in the field of political communication and her journey through navigating sexist binds to spark the movement on factual journalistic reporting.
Architects of Communication Scholarship - Patti Valkenburg and the Varying Effects of Media on Youth and Adults
Professor Patti Valkenburg discusses her background and research on the effects of media on children, adolescents, and adults.
Architects of Communication Scholarship - Klaus Krippendorff on Cybernetics and Content Analysis
Professor Klaus Krippendorff talks about his academic career, his ICA presidency, emancipatory scholarship, content analysis, cybernetics, and much more.
Architects of Communication Scholarship - Silvio Waisbord, Post-Discipline & Commonalities in Communication
ICA President-Elect Silvio Waisbord shares his experiences from living through politically effervescent times in Argentina to writing his well-known books The Communication Manifesto and Communication: A Post-Discipline.
Linda Putnam - Organizing, Negotiation, and Conflict Management
In this episode of Architects of Communication Scholarship, Professor Patrice Buzzanell, a professor at the University of South Florida, is in conversation with Professor Linda Putnam who specializes in communication and conflict management.
Architects of Communication Scholarship - Francis Nyamnjoh theorizing incompleteness, mobility, belonging, and conviviality from the Global South.
Communication Professor Francis Nyamnjoh discusses studying social anthropology as it pertains to communication scholarship in Africa. Francis also gives his thoughts on the role of technology in many African societies and communication.