Senda-Cook Publishes Article in Frontiers in Communication

Samantha Senda-Cook, PhD, professor in the department of Communication Studies, has published an article titled, “Physicality in Postcolonialism: Tensions at the Asian Rural Institute,” as part of a special issue in Frontiers in Communication. 

She argues “that the complications of postcolonial and racial relationships manifest physically through movement and shared space at [the Asia Rural Institute], both of which operate as tensions that support (and sometimes undermine) self-determination and survivance, key characteristics of decolonization.”

Senda-Cook thanks CURAS for its financial support and research assistants Sol Kim and Sarah Tooley.