Call for submissions: International & Intercultural Communication Division, National Communication Association, November 14-17, 2019, Baltimore, Maryland. Deadline: March 27, 2019.
The International and Intercultural Communication Division of the National Communication Association invites submissions that examine communication in cultural, intercultural, and international contexts. Four kinds of submissions will be considered this year: (1) individual papers, (2) paper sessions, (3) panel discussions, and (4) performance sessions.
NCA’s convention theme is “Communication for Survival.” The theme invites us to engage in bold and cutting-edge approaches and perspectives in examining how communication plays important roles in survivals of various contexts. NCA Second Vice President Ono explains, “Communication for Survival can help inspire us to think about the quotidian ways communication improves lives, helping people build relationships, sustaining communities, changing society for the better, and providing peace of mind.” IICD invites rigorous and engaging submissions that examine various aspects of and topics related to communication for survival within international and intercultural contexts. Submissions that discuss international and intercultural communication research, teaching, practices, and service are strongly encouraged. The Division welcomes all theoretical perspectives and methodological approaches.