Identity, Diversity, and Communication

The Identity, Diversity, and Communication area focuses on communication processes central to experiences of social identity, culture, and difference. The communicative (re)production and consequences of prejudice and tolerance are explored through lenses of intergroup theorizing, stigma, and power. Faculty work as part of interdisciplinary teams to illuminate identity formation and diversity in terms of representations, cognitions, and relationships.

Identity, Diversity, and Communication Faculty

B.A. and M.A. from Baylor University
Visiting Assistant Professor
Assistant Professor
Associate Professor, Director of International Programs
Assistant Teaching Professor, Director of Honors Program and Undergraduate Research
Associate Professor
Assistant Professor
(573) 882-4431
Assistant Professor
BA - Univ. of Michigan-Flint
Assistant Professor