Rams study communication across the globe Autumn Equinox Eve is the perfect time to reflect on all the fun we had this summer and start planning for the adventures of the next! During the Sumer 2023 session, three communication studies programs took a total of 35 undergraduate students to Rome, Italy; Murcia, Spain; and Seoul, […]
Professor of Film and Media Studies Hye Seung Chung recently spoke with The World, NPR’s only international news program, about the importance of contextualizing the violence in Korean “revenge” films within Korea’s political and cultural history. You can listen to the episode containing her interview here. Earlier this year, Chung was also quoted in a […]
As the “Barbie” movie’s worldwide box office passes the billion-dollar mark, and some conservative pundits push back against its popularity with negative hot takes, the phrase “toxic femininity” is back in the news.
As comic books’ cultural impact has grown, scholars have explored how they have reflected and shaped attitudes about everything from politics to war to economics to gender, race, ability and sexuality.
Filmmaker. Photographer. Storyteller. Communication Studies major and film studies minor Joel Delgado (’14) has had a passion for powerful creative communication since his days at CSU.
Scott Diffrient’s new book published by Edinburgh University Press Professor Scott Diffrient co-edited a new book, East Asian Film Remakes, with University of Northern Colorado Professor Kenneth Chan. Edinburgh University Press published the book in July 2023. Diffrient also wrote the book’s second chapter, “Against Anesthesia: An Empty Dream, Pleasurable Pain, and the ‘Illicit’ Thrills […]
Associate Professor of Communication Studies Tom Dunn has been selected as CSU’s first fellow for a Mellon-funded humanities academy with WICHE.
Associate Professor Julia Khrebtan-Hörhager recently returned from a unique semester abroad. She was on Semester at Sea (SAS), a program that takes students and faculty around the world together. A voyage of discovery Khrebtan-Hörhager is a Global Scholar/Intercultural Specialist for the Institute for Shipboard Education, which manages SAS. On each SAS voyage, college students from […]
Few people would have predicted that a loquacious drama about a woman foreign service professional would have been Netflix’s next big hit.
CSU’s Celebrate Undergraduate Research and Creativity (CURC) is an annual event that showcases the creativity and scholarship of undergraduate students across various disciplines. The showcase culminates in a closing ceremony that recognizes all participants and honors award winners. This year, CURC’s showcase was held on Thursday, April 20. Out of over 500 CSU students, three […]