Associate Professor of Communication
B.A. Nowrosjee Wadia College, M.A. University of Pune, India, M.A., Ph.D. Ohio University
Intro to Mass Media
Mass Comm Research
Ram, A. (in press). “Bollywood and globalization: Reassembling gender and nation in Kal Ho Na Ho.” In M. Meyers (Ed.), (2nd Ed), Women in popular culture: Representation and meaning. Hampton Press.
Ram, A. (2003). “Memory and the reconstitution of cultural identities in the Asian Indian diaspora.” In M. Fong and R. Chuang (Eds.), Communicating ethnic and cultural identity (pp.121-133). Rowan and Littlefield.
Ram, A. (2002). “Framing the feminine: Diasporic readings of gender in Indian cinema.” Women’s Studies in Communications, 25, 25-52.
Ram, A. (1999). “Immigrant inscriptions: Redefining race and gender in Mississippi Masala.” In M. Meyers (Ed.), Mediated women: Representations in popular culture (pp.355-368). Hampton Press.