© 2023 by ISHITA SINHA ROY. 

As a Liberal Arts Professor teaching Media & Cultural Studies:

I'm an architect of fine minds, a content strategist, global explorer, brand magician & compelling storyteller.  
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PREVIOUS

GIGS

ANNENBERG SCHOOL FOR COMMUNICATION AT THE UNIVERSITY OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA

TAUGHT UPPER DIVISION UNDERGRADUATE COURSES ON MEDIA STUDIES , POPULAR CULTURE, & COMMUNICATION THEORY. LED THE HEWLETT PACKARD SEMINAR ON GLOBAL CULTURE, FOR MEDIA PROFESSIONALS FROM ACROSS THE WORLD.

MY EDUCATION

B.A & M.A
(English Lit.) 

Bombay University, India

M.A. & Ph.D (Communication)

Annenberg School for Communication at the

University of Southern California,

Los Angeles

RESEARCH AREAS

Media & Cultural Studies

Nation Branding

Postcolonial Studies

Diversity Studies

Digital & Social Media 

Advertising & Marketing

THE YEAR OF
SOCIAL CHANGE

 

In 2009, I partnered with my department colleague -- Emily Yochim, the Allegheny College Student Government, and a dedicated group of student ambassadors. We brought together departments and offices across the Allegheny College campus to produce an entire year's worth of inspirational  programming, educational and outreach efforts.

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Click on the button below to see the highlights from the resulting annual theme efforts (Adobe Reader needed):

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A collection of digital stories produced in two undergraduate courses by students with no production experience. Click here or on the above button to go to the "Shared Lives" site where you can view the stories and learn about the student story-makers.

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Click here or on the button above to see a listing and brief description of the undergraduate courses I will be teaching at Allegheny College in fall 2020.

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Click here or on the button above to go to the website with student work from the EXL300 (Cross-Cultural Learning, Theory & Practice) course for study away/abroad designed and taught by me from 2005-13. Student work can be explored through the linked EXL 300 page.