Adjunct Associate Professor of Rhetoric
DegreesPHD, 2007, Duquesne Univ; MA, 2003, Worcester State Coll; BA, 1998, Univ Calcutta
Dr. Reshmi Sen is an Adjunct Associate Professor, and the Graduate Director of the M.A program in the Department of Speech Communication, Rhetoric and Performance Studies.
Dr. Sen's teaching interests include intercultural communication, communication theory, international communication, organizational communication, research methods in communication. Her areas of research activity include how communication has evolved through hypercapitalism, grobalization, glocalization, translocation, and hybridity. Her research has culminated in several state and national communication conferences. Specifically, her paper "Global Hinglish Conquers Indian Nationalism: The Crisis of Language at the Intersection of India today and 19th century India" was selected as the "Top Paper in Intercultural Communication" at the Eastern Communication Association conference in 2007. In 2010, at Eastern Communication Association Conference, her paper "Interpreting Free Speech: Meeting the Horizon of Postmodernity" was selected as the top paper in Communication Law and Ethics. She is published in the SAGE Encyclopedia of Identity.
Before arriving at Hofstra, Dr. Sen served as a faculty member at Duquesne University, Finger Lakes Community College, and Robert Morris University. Courses she has taught include business and professional communication, human communication and society, interpersonal communication, intercultural communication, public speaking, and speech writing.
Dr. Sen received her BA in English and Education from University of Kolkata and MA in English and Education from Worcester State University. She has earned her Ph.D. in Rhetoric at Duquesne University.
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