Bin Zhang

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 Ph. D.

Southern Illinois University-Carbondale, IL (2015)

Department of Communication Studies

Teaching and Research Interests:

Intercultural Communication

Interpersonal Communication

Small Group Communication

Culture and Identity

Globalization Studies

Critical Racial and Ethnic Studies

Visual Rhetoric/Communication Research Methods

M. A.

Northeast Normal University, China. (2008)

Foreign Languages School

Major: Foreign and Applied Linguistics/Critical Intercutlural Studies

Okayama University, Japan (2006-2007, EPOK program)

Grants Received

NIEA (Northeast International Education Association) International Curriculum Mini Grant. (2016)

Awards and Honors

John T. Warren Memorial Scholarship, Communication Studies Department, Southern Illinois University (2014)

Top Paper Award of the Visual Rhetoric Division of the 64th International Communication Association (ICA) (2014)

Recent Academic Publications

Nilanjana, B., & Zhang, B. (2017). A Post/decolonial view of race and identity through the narratives of US international students from the global South. Communication Quarterly, 65(3),285-306.

Zhang, B. (2014). The global-local dialectic in postcolonial approaches to communication studies. Pennsylvania Communication Annual70 (3), 91-116.

Fukunaga, S., & Zhang, B. (2007). A comparative analysis of American and Chinese political slogans: A critical linguistic perspective. Journal of Okayama University Education Research. 136, 85-92.