Research methods range from studying heart rates when subjects watch scary videos to surveying sports’ fans interactions on social media.
“Digital Doors: Access, Identity, and Emerging Technologies” was part of a Cornell University speaker series.
He participated in a forum, “Keeping the Door Open: Fighting for Public Transparency,” at DePauw University.
“Willing Interpreters & Receivers: American Alumni of the Japan Exchange & Teaching (JET) Program,” has been published in Palgrave Communications.
She presented two papers, moderated a panel and was named section program chair.
She is collaborating with IU doctoral students Gloria Howell, Francesca White and Tiffany Campbell.
Mohamed El Marzouki, Glenna Read-Bullock and Diana Sokolova have received the awards.
“Kai: Following the Cycle of Life in Osamu James Nakagawa’s Family Photographs,” analyzes two bodies of work.
He presented “Why Criticism Must Be Poetic” Feb. 17.
Schwibs started the Double Exposure project six years ago.