Monthly Archives: September 2014

2014 Fall Newsletter

RELIGION MATTERS: Fall 2014 Welcome to the Fall 2014 Newsletter! To read the articles below, simply click on the link and it will take you to the individual post. Please note that we’re most immediately interested in joint panel proposals for the 2015 AEJMC conventions (see below). Also, we’re increasing our social media presence. Have […]

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The iPhone and Religious Belief by Dr. Jim Trammell

By Dr. Jim Trammell, High Point University *Recipient of the RMIG 2014 Top Faculty Paper Award Thank God for the iPhone. I use it to call my mother. I use it to update my Facebook status. I use it to take a picture of my cup of coffee, and then upload the picture to my […]

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Call for RMIG Joint Panel Proposals for the 2015 AEJMC Convention

Aloha RMIG Colleagues: It was really nice seeing many of you in Montreal, and the conference was a great success. Thank you very much for your participation. It’s time to think about the upcoming AEJMC Conference in San Francisco, California on August 5-9, 2015. RMIG is now accepting joint panel proposals for the 2015 convention. […]

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RMIG 2013-2014 Annual Report

RMIG 2013-2014 Annual Report

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Open Position Announcements/ Call for Papers

The Department of Communication at the University of Washington is seeking an Assistant Professor in the area of Communication and Difference. Difference, a perceived deviation from traditionally understood norms and patterns, is central to all of our lives. Whether we move in the margins or at the center of cultures, we live difference in a […]

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RMIG Officer Bios for 2014-2015

Head: Chiung Hwang Chen (Brigham Young University Hawaii) Warm aloha, It was very nice seeing many of you in Montreal. We had a great convention. I especially would like to thank all who participated in the program. Your great work contributed much to the success of RMIG panels. It is unusual for almost the entire […]

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