Cerise L. Glenn
Office: 116 Ferguson Building
- Ph.D., Howard University
- M.S., North Carolina State University
- B.A., University of North Carolina at Asheville
Cultural identity and identity negotiation, African-American communication and culture, occupational socialization and identification of diverse groups, organizational culture, third wave/intersectional feminism
CST 300: Communication Theory
CST 308: Organizational Communication
CST 412: Communication Internship
CST 589: African-American Culture and Identity
Recent Scholarly Work:
Glenn, C.L. & Jackson, II, R.L. (in press). Re-negotiating identity in the field of communication. In S. Allan (Ed.), Rethinking communication: Keywords in communication research. Cresskill, NJ: Hampton Press.
Cannaughton, S., Shorter, S., & Glenn, C.L. (in progress). Constructing race in Campaign 2008: How Democratic candidates talked about race during the PBS All-American Forum.
Glenn, C.L. (2009, November). Identity in encultured organizing: African-American women at Historically Black Colleges and Universities.Presented to the National Communication Association Convention, Chicago, IL.
Glenn, C.L. (2010, April). Performances of masculinity and class in sports: Analyzing professional basketball and ‘street ball,’ Practical Resources in Diversity Education (P.R.I.D.E.) Presented to the Eastern Communication Association Convention, Baltimore, MD
National Communication Association
Eastern Communication Association
The Organization for the Study of Communication, Language, and Gender
National Alumni Council, University of North Carolina at Asheville