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July 1, 2021
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In this episode of Communication Matters, hear from Communication professors Carlnita P. Greene, Amber E. Kinser, Ascan F. Koerner, and Audra K. Nuru as they address the Fourth of July and holiday gatherings broadly, including the relationship between food and nationality, the burdens that family meals can place on women, family communication related to celebrations, and the changes in family gatherings because of the COVID-19 pandemic.

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About Communication Matters: The NCA Podcast

NCA's podcast, Communication Matters, features episodes on topics that are relevant to Communication scholars, teachers, and practitioners.

Communication Matters is one means through which NCA works toward accomplishing its mission of advancing Communication as the discipline that studies all forms, modes, media, and consequences of communication through humanistic, social scientific, and aesthetic inquiry.

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Episode 37: Fourth of July

Episode 36: Anti-Bullying

Episode 35: NCA Book Award Winners: Highlight of Terrorizing Gender and Homeland Maternity

Episode 34: Journal Reviewing as Mentorship

Episode 33: Anti-Asian Hate Speech and Discrimination

BONUS: The Future of Education: Identifying Challenges and Opportunities in Pandemic Learning
(NCA Spring Public Program recorded as a podcast episode: Communication & Resilience: COVID in Contexts – A Special Series of Virtual Public Programs by NCA)

Episode 32: State of the Communication Ph.D.

Episode 31: Book Highlight - The New PhD: How to Build a Better Graduate Education

Episode 30: Regional Communication Associations

Episode 29: Public Health Communication, Vaccine Rollouts and More

Episode 28: Communication Apprehension

BONUS: Valentine’s Day Episode – COVID and Interpersonal Relationships

Episode 27: Afrofuturism

Episode 26: Inaugural Addresses

Episode 25: Virtual Martin Luther King, Jr. Project

Episode 24: Sports Communication

Episode 23: Conversation with NCA Second Vice President Candidates

Episode 22: Virtual 106th NCA Annual Convention Update

BONUS: VEEPs 2020: Kamala Harris vs. Mike Pence
(NCA Fall Public Program recorded as a podcast episode: Communicating During a Presidential Election Year – A Special Series of Virtual Public Programs by NCA)

Episode 21: Family Communication and COVID-19

BONUS: Communicating about the Role of Race and Social Change in Politics
(NCA Fall Public Program recorded as a podcast episode: Communicating During a Presidential Election Year – A Special Series of Virtual Public Programs by NCA)

Episode 20: Civil Rights Episode

BONUS Episode: The Politics of Health and Healthcare: Communicating about Health in a Presidential Election Year
(NCA Fall Public Program recorded as a podcast episode: Communicating During a Presidential Election Year – A Special Series of Virtual Public Programs by NCA)

Episode 19: Conversation with Current and Past NCA Journal Editors

BONUS Episode: Labor Day Episode

Episode 18: Muted Justice: Analysis of the Supreme Court's First Telephonic Arguments

Episode 17: Commemorating the 100th Anniversary of the 19th Amendment of the U.S. Constitution

Episode 16: Book Highlight: Major Decisions: College, Career, and the Case for the Humanities

BONUS Episode: Special Issue on Black Panther from NCA’s Journal Review of Communication

Episode 15: Conversation with Director of the Alliance for Higher Education in Prison Mary Gould

BONUS Episode: Lessons Learned from Dealing with COVID-19 and Getting Ready for an Uncertain Fall

BONUS Episode: Book Highlight: The Struggle over Black Lives Matter and All Lives Matter

Episode 14: Horror Noire: Blacks in American Horror Films from the 1890s to Present

Episode 13: The subcontinent speaks: Intercultural communication perspectives from/on South Asia

Episode 12: Food (in)security Communication

Episode 11: Humanities Indicators Project

BONUS Episode: Memorial Day

Episode 10: Conversation with American Council of Learned Societies President Joy Connolly

Episode 9: Communicating in the Battlegrounds: Politics in the Purple States
(NCA Spring Public Program recorded as a podcast episode)

Episode 8: Conversation with NCA Distinguished Scholar Tom Nakayama

Episode 7: Hope for Democracy - Book Highlight with John Gastil & Katherine Knobloch

BONUS Episode: COVID-19 Pandemic

Episode 6: Conversation with NCA Research Council Chair Chuck Morris

Episode 5: The Humanities Episode

BONUS Episode: 2020 Iowa Caucus, Reflection from Campaigns & Elections Field Research Project

Episode 4: The Op-Ed Episode

Episode 3: Conversation with Orlando L. Taylor Award Winner Joëlle M. Cruz

Episode 2: Conversation with Free Speech Activist Mary Beth Tinker

BONUS Episode: Conversation with NCA President Kent Ono

Episode 1: 2019 NCA Convention Highlights

Episode 0: Welcome to Communication Matters: The NCA Podcast!