Rachel Grant, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor - Department of Journalism
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B.A. Journalism, University of Arkansas at Little Rock
M.A. University of Arkansas at Little Rock
Ph.D. University of Missouri
- Rachel Grant and Doctoral Student to Present at 2023 International Journal of Press/Politics Conference (October 10, 2023)
- Empowering People of Color’s Voices Through the Narrative Justice Project (October 4, 2023)
- Rachel Grant and UFCJC Doctoral Student Present at AJHA 42nd Annual Convention (October 3, 2023)
- Rachel Grant Selected as 2023 Kopenhaver Center Fellow (August 14, 2023)
- Rachel Grant Co-Authors Op-Ed on Representation in TV and Film Reboots (July 11, 2023)
- All News About Rachel Grant
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Grant, R. (2022). Don’t Scare Me Like That, Colonizer!” : Black Panther’s Shuri Through a Post-Colonial Feminist Lens. In Gendered Defenders. .
Grant, R., & Markovich, H. (2021). “Then We Show Ourselves:” Resisting Immigration in Party of Five Reboot. .
Grant, R. (2020). Narrative Justice Project. Lecture at Journalism & Women Symposium.
Grant, R. (2020). Resist, Recover and Reimagine: Black and Indigenous Women for Climate Change.”. Oral Presentation at Sustainable Online Network for Global Cultural Studies Fall Symposium, .
Grant, R. (2020). “Black Women, Black Media and the Legacy of Women’s Suffrage.”. Oral Presentation at American Journalism Historians Association Annual Conference.
Grant, R. (2020). “Contextualizing the History of Black Lives Matter”. Keynote/Plenary Address at Diversity & Inclusion Week 2020 Communication Why Black Lives Matter.
Grant, R. (2020). “Connecting Today’s Students with Jim Crow-era Media History,”. Oral Presentation at Association of Education in Journalism and Mass Communication.
Grant, R. (2020). The Primary Contradiction We Live With. It is Not the Only Contradiction:” Feminist Media in Iowa City’s Ain’t I a Woman?, 1970-1974. Paper/Poster at International Communication Association, Sydney, Australia.
Cabas, A., & Grant, R. (2020). “Toward a Transnational Queer Politics of Visibility”. Paper/Poster at International Communication Association, Australia.
Grant, R. (2020). Stepping Out of the Shadow: the UndocQueer Movement. Lecture at FRANK, Gainesville, FL.
Grant, R. (2019). The Politics of Justice Reform (Part 2): What To Prioritize. Oral Presentation at "Florida's Path to Criminal Justice Reform".
Grant, R. (2019). The Primary Contradiction We Live With. It is Not the Only Contradiction:” Feminist Media in Iowa City’s Ain’t I a Woman?, 1970-1974. Paper/Poster at American Journalism Historian Association, Dallas, TX.
Media History, Critical/Cultural Media Studies, Intersectional Studies
Syllabi from the current and three previous semesters: