Professor Ramaswami Harindranath

PhD
School of the Arts & Media

Contact

+61 2 9385 6674
+61 2 9385 6812
Room 222, Level 2, Robert Webster
Kensington Campus
Fields: Multicultural, Intercultural and Cross-cultural Studies, Communication and Media Studies, Globalisation and Culture
Tags: The Media

Harindranath gained his PhD at the University of Leicester, UK, and has previously held teaching and research positions at the University of Melbourne and in various universities in India, the UK, and Malaysia. He has had Visiting Fellowships at Brown University (USA), the University of Helsinki, and Oxford University, and is an Honorary Research Associate at the School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London. In 2011 he was Principal Research Fellow at the University of Queensland. He was offered a Visiting Professorship at Brown University in early 2012, which he has deferred to a later date.
Hari is a co-editor of the journal Postcolonial Studies.

Research

Publications

 

Books:

 

Harindranath, R (2009) Audience-Citizens: the Media, Public Knowledge, and Interpretive Practice. New Delhi and Los Angeles: Sage. 288 pages.

Harindranath, R, Bailey, O, and Georgiou, M (edited) (2007) Transnational Lives and the Media: Reimagining Diaspora London: Palgrave. 288 pages.

Harindranath, R (2006) Perspectives on Global Cultures. Maidenhead and New York: The Open University Press. 179pp.

Harindranath, R, Barker, M and Arthurs, J (2001) The ‘Crash’ Controversy: Censorship Campaigns and Film Reception.  London and New York: Wallflower Press. 190pp.

Harindranath, R, Dickinson, R and Linne, O (ed.) (1998). Approaches to Audiences. London: Arnold. 318pp.

Forthcoming:

Harindranath, R (currently completing manuscript) Southern Discomfort: Cultural Imperialism Reassessed.  London: Pluto.

Special editions of refereed journals:

Harindranath, R. Editor, special issue on ‘International Audience Research’, Participations: Journal of Audience & Reception Studies, vol.3 issue: 2, November. 2006.

Harindranath, R and J. Tebbutt, special issue on ‘Media and Security Cultures’, Continuum, in press, 2011.

 

Research report:

 Yue, A., Harindranath, R., Khan, R. & S. Brook (2010a) Negotiating Cultural Insecurity: Multiculturalism, Arts Policy, Cultural Indicators and Cultural Citizenship. University of Melbourne and City of Whittlesea.

 

 Papastergiadis, N., Yue, A., Khan, R.,  Harindranath, R., Hage, G. (2012) Multiculturalism and Governance: Evaluating Arts Policies and Engaging Cultural Citizenship: Year 1 Project Report.


Translated publications:

 Dickinson, R., R. Harindranath, and O. Linne (ed.) Approaches to Audiences. Mandarin translation (2006) (trans. Shan Bo) Beijing: Huaxia Publishing.

 ‘Documentary meanings and interpretive contexts: observations on Indian “repertoires”, R. Dickinson, R. Harindranath, and O. Linne (ed.) (1998) Approaches to Audiences. Mandarin translation (2006) (trans. Shan Bo) Beijing: Huaxia Publishing.

 Dickinson, R., R. Harindranath, and O. Linne ‘Approaching audience studies’, in R. Dickinson, R. Harindranath, and O. Linne (ed.) (1998) Approaches to Audiences. Mandarin translation (2006) (trans. Shan Bo) Beijing: Huaxia Publishing.

 

Refereed journal articles and book chapters

In press:


(in Mandarin) ‘Mediated terror and national politics: towards analysing discursive, performative and affective dimensions’, in Shan Bo (ed) (Public Crisis and Intercultural Communication. Wuhan: Wuhan University Press (accepted for publication in 2010).

 ‘Counter-terrorism as contested terrain: performative contradctions and “autoimmune disorder”’, in D. Pisoiu (ed) Arguing Counter-terrorism. London: Routledge, 2013.

Published:

2013:

 ‘The cultural politics of metropolitan and vernacular life-styles in India’, Media International Australia, No: 147, May, 2013.

 (with S. Khorana) ‘Civil society movements and the “twittering classes” in the postcolony: and Indian case study’, South Asia, 2013.

 

2012:

‘Consuming lifestyles: local television, neoliberalism and divergent social imaginaries in India’, Studies in South Asian Film & Media, 4:1, 2012.

‘Postcolonial interventions on media, audiences, and national politics’, in I. Volkmer (ed.) Handbook of Global Media Research. Malden, Ma: Blackwell.

(with S. Khorana) ‘Anti-corruption movements and the 'twittering classes' in the postcolony: and Indian case study’, in C. Anyanwu and K. Green (ed) Communicating Change and Changing Communication in the 21st Century, refereed conference proceedings of the Australia New Zealand Communications Association Conference, 2012, available at: http://www.anzca.net/past-conferences/anzca12-proceedings.html

 

2011:

'Exploring the relations between media audiences and citizenship: an Indian example', Infoamerica, 6, May-September, 2011.

‘Spatial politics: relationality, mobility, and justice’, in G. Hage (ed) (2011) Force, Movement, Intensity. Melbourne: Melbourne University Press.

(with S. Khorana) ‘New technologies, Gandhian activism, and democracy: re-examining civil society’, in refereed proceedings of the Australian Political Science Association Conference, 2011, available at: http://law.anu.edu.au/COAST/events/APSA/papers/68.pdf

(with J. Tebbutt) 'A decade on: new approaches to media and security', Introduction to special issue on Media and Security Cultures, Continuum, 25:2, 2011.

'Performing terror: enactments of terrorism, counter-terrorism, and public affect', in Continuum, 25:2, 2011.

 

2010:

‘Global and local ‘performance’ of terror on the Internet: towards a framework for analysing different dimensions of mediated terrorism’, in Media, Democracy, and Change; Refereed Proceedings of the Australia New Zealand Communications Association Annual Conference, Canberra, 7-9 July, 2010. Available at:

‘Terrorism, the state, and public affect: towards analysing media ‘performance’, in Connected Globe, Conflicting Worlds: Refereed Proceedings of the Australian Political Science Association Conference, Melbourne, September 2010. Available at: http://apsa2010.com.au/full-papers.php

 

2009:

‘Mediated terrorism and democracy in India’, South Asia, vol.32, issue 3, December 2009.

‘Translating tradition: the poetics and politics of diasporic media’, Sociology Compass, 2/6, 2009.

‘Media audiences, public knowledge, and democracy: an Indian example’ In T. Flew (Ed.) Communication, Creativity and Global Citizenship: Refereed Proceedings of the Australian and New Zealand Communications Association Annual Conference, Brisbane, July 8-10. Available at: http://www.proceedings.anzca09.org 2009.

 

2008:

‘Refugee experience, subalternity, and the politics of representation’, Australia New Zealand Communications Association Conference refereed proceedings, J. Tebbutt (ed.) (2008) Communications, Civics, Industry http://www.latrobe.edu.au/ANZCA2007/index.html

 

2007:

‘Terrorism, the media, and the politics of difference’, in S. Lakha and P. Taneja (ed) (2007) Democracy, Development and Civil Society in India (Proceedings of the conference, 20-21 September, 2007), University of Melbourne. http://www/social-environmental.unimelb.edu.au/news/conferences/DDCSconference/Indiaconferenceproceedings.pdf

‘Spectacular conflicts, naked empires, and the colonization of social life’, New Formations, no: 61, Summer 2007.

‘Refugee communities and the cultural politics of identity’, in O. Bailey, R. Harindranath, and M. Georgiou (ed) (2007) Transnational Lives and the Media: Reimagining Diaspora.  London: Palgrave.

(with O. Bailey and M. Georgiou) (2007) ‘Explorations of diaspora in the context of media culture’, in O. Bailey, R. Harindranath, and M. Georgiou (ed) (2007) Transnational Lives and the Media: Reimagining Diaspora.  London: Palgrave.

 

 2006:

‘International audience research: continuing concerns and novel developments’, in Participations: Journal of Audience and Reception Studies, special issue on International Audience Research, vol.3, issue: 2, November 2006; www.participations.org/volume%203/issue%202%20-%20special/3_02_contents.htm

‘Audiences, public knowledge and citizenship in democratic states: preliminary thoughts on a conceptual framework’, in Participations: Journal of Audience & Reception Studies, special issue on International Audience Research, vol.3, issue: 2, November 2006. www.participations.org/volume%203/issue%202%20-%20special/3_02_contents.htm

(with O. Guedes Bailey) ‘Ethnic minorities, cultural difference, and the cultural politics of communication’, in International Journal of Media and Cultural Politics, special issue on ‘From Culture to Politics and Back: Revisiting Multiculturalism’, vol.2, issue: 3, Oct 2006 pp.67-78.

(with Maggie O’Neill)Theorising narratives of exile and belonging : the importance of Biography and Ethno-mimesis in “understanding” asylum’, Qualitative Sociological Review, vol.2, issues: 1, 2006. (http://www.qualitativesociologyreview.org /ENG/archive_eng.php).

 

2005:

‘Ethnicity and cultural difference: some thematic and political issues on global audience research’ Participations: Journal of Audience & Reception Studies, vol.3, issue: 1, October 2005. (http://www.participations.org/volume%202/)

(With Guedes-Bailey, O) ‘Racialised “othering”: the representation of asylum seekers in news media’, in S. Allan (ed.) (2005) Journalism: Critical Issues.  Buckingham and New York: Open University Press. pp.274-286.

(in Mandarin) ‘Analysing global media: the “third world”, “nationalism” and “imperialism”, in Shan Bo and Shi Yibin (ed) (2005) Intercultural Communication.  Wuhan: Wuhan University Press. pp.125-30.

(with S. Das) (2005) ‘Nation-state, national identity, and the media’, (Revised version) Module 4: Unit 22, M.A. Mass Communications  (Distance Learning), Centre for Mass Communication Research, University of Leicester. 47 pp.

 

2004:

‘Battling over “truth”: the Iraq war, the media, and citizenship’, A. Biressi and H. Nunn (ed.) (2004) Media Wars.  London: Lawrence and Wishart. pp.33-43.

Book review of Vinay Lal, ‘Empire of Knowledge: Culture and Plurality in the Global Economy’, Social Semiotics, vol.14;no:2. pp.233-235.

 

2003:

‘Reviving “cultural imperialism”: international audiences, local elite, and global media’, L. Parks and S. Kumar (ed.) (2003) Planet TV.  New York: New York University Press. pp. 155-168.

 

2002:

‘Software industry, religious fundamentalism and new social movements in India: aspects of globalisation?’ M. Pendakur and R. Harris (ed.) (2002) Citizenship and Participation in the Information Age.  Ontario: Garamond Press. pp.56-64.

 

2001:

‘”Out there” and “in here” – the global-local dialectic’, D. Fleming (ed.) (2001) Formations: 21st Century Media Studies.  Manchester: Manchester University Press. pp.151-168.

 

2000:

‘Ethnicity, national culture(s), and the interpretation of television’, S. Cottle (ed.) (2000) Ethnic Minorities and the Media: Changing Cultural Boundaries.  Buckingham: The Open University Press. pp.149-163.

‘Virtual nationalism: diaspora, deterritorialization, and “Tamilnation.org”’, Tripodos, May 2000. pp.215-222.

‘Theorising protest: the significance of social movements to metropolitan theory’, Thamyris, vol. 7: 1&2, Summer 2000. pp. 161-178.

 

 1998:

‘Documentary meanings and interpretive contexts: observations on Indian “repertoires”, R. Dickinson, R. Harindranath, and O. Linne (ed.) (1998) Approaches to Audiences.  London: Arnold. pp. 283-297.

(with R. Dickinson and O. Linne) ‘Approaching audience studies’, in R. Dickinson, R. Harindranath, and O. Linne (ed.) (1998) Approaches to Audiences.  London: Arnold. pp.xi-xvi.

 

1996:

(with S. Das) (1996) ‘Nation-state, national identity, and the media’, Module 4: Unit 22, M.A. Mass Communications by Distance Learning, Centre for Mass Communication Research, University of Leicester. 45pp.

 

4. Conference papers (*invited papers):

*‘Asiannizing media research and theory’, Keynote address, International Conference on Communication and Media, Hangzhou, China, October 2008.

*Digital media and transnational communities’, Keynote address, International Conference on Communication and Media, Hangzhou, China, October 2008.

*’Decolonizing media theory: postcolonial interventions’, Keynote address, International and Intercultural Communications in the Age of Digital Media, International conference, Monash University, Melbourne, August 2008.

‘Terrorism, the media, and the politics of difference’, Civil Society and Democracy in India, University of Melbourne, September 2007.

‘Refugee experience, subalternity, and the politics of representation’, ANZCA conference, Melbourne, July 2007.

‘Media audiences, hermeneutics, and the cultural politics of citizenship’, Inter-Asia Cultural Studies Conference, Shanghai, China, June 2007.

‘Nationalism, economic liberalisation, and transnational media’, ANZCA conference on Empowerment, Creativity and Innovation: Challenging Media and Communication in the 21st Century, Adelaide, July 2006.

‘Debating “national culture” in Asia: elitist rhetoric or articulations of the local?’, Crossroads in Cultural Studies Conference, Istanbul, Turkey, July 2006.

 ‘States, markets, and the media: liberalisation and national culture in China and India’ Media and Society in Asia, AMIC annual conference, Beijing, China. 2005.

*‘Cultural/Media Imperialism: What are we arguing about?’, Keynote address, Norwegian Association of Media Research, Trondheim, Norway, 2004.

*‘Analysing global media: the “third world”, “nationalism” and “imperialism”, International Conference on Inter-cultural Communication, Wuhan University, China.  2004.

‘International audience research and the “cultural imperialism” thesis: a Critical-hermeneutic reassessment’, International Association for Media and Communication Research Conference, Porto Alegre, Brazil. 2004.

‘Television in India: nationalist discourses, consumer citizens, and economic liberalization’, Media in Transition 3, Boston, USA, 2003.

‘Southern discomfort: neo-liberalism, transnational elites, and late imperialism’, Crossroads in Cultural Studies, Tampere, Finland, 2002.

‘Opening up and closing down: the apparent paradox of economic ‘liberalization’ and cultural protectionism in contemporary India’, Union for Democratic Communication conference on Democratic Communication and Global Justice, Pennsylvania, USA, 2002.

‘Reconfiguring “cultural imperialism”: global audiences, local interpretive frames, and the distribution of cultural resources’, Media in Transition 2, Boston, USA, 2002.

‘Virtual nationalism: diaspora and identity in “Tamilnation.org”, International Conference on Communication and Reality.  Barcelona. Spain, 2000.

‘Software industry, religious fundamentalism, and new social movements in India: theoretical connections’, Citizens at the Crossroads: Whose Information Society, London Ontario, Canada, 1999.

‘”Out there” and “in here”: towards resolving the global-indigenous debate’, Crossroads in Cultural Studies, Tampere, Finland, 1998.

Panel session (with M. Barker and J. Arthurs) ‘On “Crash” audiences’, AMCCS conference, Sheffield, UK, 1998.

‘Audience interpretations and cultural contexts: a re-appraisal using hermeneutics and postcolonial theory’, International Association for Mass Communication Research Conference, Sydney, 1996.

‘Culture and meaning: a phenomenological approach’, International Association for Mass Communication Research Conference, Dublin, Ireland, 1993.

 

5. Invited lectures:

‘Decolonizing media and cultural theory’, Brown University, Providence, USA, October 2010.

‘Space, migration, and social justice’, University of Iceland, Reykjavik, October 2010.

‘Transnational communities and the media’, University of Helsinki, Finland, April 2009.

‘The politics of representation’, University of Tampere, Finland, April 2009.

‘Other worlds, other media: decolonizing global media theory’, Orebro University, Sweden, and University of Helsinki, Finland, April 2009.

‘Media and terrorism’, Orebro University, Sweden, April 2009.

‘Mediated terrorism and democracy in India’, University of Sussex, U.K, April 2008.

‘Diversity and Democracy in India’, Linking Latitudes Conference, New Delhi, 2007.

‘Cultural difference and the media’, Wuhan University, China, 2007.

‘Globalisation and the media’, NTNU, Trondheim, Norway, 2004.

‘Re-examining “cultural imperialism”: neo-liberalism, global media and nationalist politics’, Swinburne University of Technology, Australia, 2004.

‘Reassessing cultural imperialism: is it still valid?’, Southern Illinois University, USA. 2002.

‘Southern discomfort: global media and local elite’ University of Leicester, UK, 2002.

‘The documentary mode of address and cross-cultural audiences’, University of Bergen, Norway, 1998

‘Race, identity, and the question of cultural imperialism’, University of Trondheim, Norway, 1998.

‘Contemporary hermeneutics and audience interpretations’, University of Oslo, Norway, 1998.

‘Television and the social construction of meaning: qualitative methods for audience research’, Catholic University of Leuven, Belgium, 1993.

‘The development of audience research’, University of Warwick, UK, 1993.

 


Publications

    Books

    • Harindranath R, 2017, Social media, radicalization and extremist violence: Challenges for research, http://dx.doi.org/10.4324/9781315402062
    • Harindranath R, 2009, Audience-citizens: The media, public knowledge and interpretive practice, http://dx.doi.org/10.4135/9788132108337
    • Bailey OG;Georgiou M;Harindranath R, 2007, Introduction: Exploration of diaspora in the context of media culture, http://dx.doi.org/10.1057/9780230591905
    • Bailey OG;Georgiou M;Harindranath R, 2007, Transnational lives and the media: Re-imagining diasporas, http://dx.doi.org/10.1057/9780230591905
    • Harindranath R, 2006, Perspectives on Global Cultures, Open University Press, Buckingham and New York
    • Harindranath R;Barker M;Arthurs J, 2001, The 'Crash' Controversy: Censorship Campaigns and Film Reception, Wallflower Press, London and New York
    • Harindranath R, (ed.), 1998, Approaches to Audiences, Arnold, London

    Book Chapters

    • Harindranath R, 2017, 'Malign images, malevolent networks: social media, extremist violence, and public anxieties', in Martellozzo E; Jane E (ed.), Cybercrime and its victims, Routledge, pp. 148 - 164
    • Hight C;Harindranath R, 2017, 'Introduction: studying digital media audiences', in Hight C; Harindranath R (ed.), Studying Digital Media Audiences Perspectives from Australasia, Taylor & Francis, pp. 1 - 9
    • Zappavigna M, 2017, 'Ambient liveness: Searchable audiences and second screens', in Studying Digital Media Audiences: Perspectives from Australasia, pp. 150 - 172, http://dx.doi.org/10.4324/9781315402062
    • Harindranath R, 2015, 'Transnational subalterns, media discourse and cultural conflict: an examination of the politics of global refugees and national sovereignty', in Shan Bo; Jun Xiao (ed.), Cultural Conflicts and Intercultural Communication, Social Science Academic Press (China), pp. 116 - 126
    • Harindranath R, 2012, 'Post-colonial Interventions on Media, Audiences, and National Politics1', in The Handbook of Global Media Research, pp. 381 - 396, http://dx.doi.org/10.1002/9781118255278.ch22
    • Harindranath R, 2011, 'Power-geometry: milieu, mobility and justice', in Hage G; Kowal E (ed.), Force, Movement, Intensity: The Newtonian Imagination in the Humanities and Social Sciences, edn. 1, Melbourne University Press, Melbourne, pp. 93 - 102
    • Harindranath R;Bailey O;Georgiou M, 2007, 'Explorations of diaspora in the context of media culture', in Bailey O; Georgiou M; Harindranath R (ed.), Transnational Lives and the Media: Reimagining Diaspora, Palgrave, London
    • Harindranath R, 2007, 'Refugee communities and the cultural politics of identity.', in Bailey O; Georgiou M; Harindranath R (ed.), Transnational Lives and the Media: Reimagining Diaspora, Palgrave, London
    • Harindranath R;Guedes-Bailey O, 2005, 'Racialised “othering”: the representation of asylum seekers in news media', in Allan S (ed.), Journalism: Critical Issues, Open University Press, Buckingham and New York, pp. 274 - 286
    • Harindranath R, 2005, 'Analysing global media: the “third world”, “nationalism” and “imperialism”', in Shan B; Shi Y (ed.), Intercultural Communication, Wuhan University Press, Wuhan, pp. 125 - 130
    • Harindranath R, 2004, 'Battling over “truth”: the Iraq war, the media, and citizenship', in Biressi A; Nunn H (ed.), Media Wars, Lawrence and Wishart, London, pp. 33 - 43
    • Harindranath R, 2003, 'Reviving “cultural imperialism”: international audiences, local elite, and global media', in Parks L; Kumar S (ed.), Planet TV, New York University Press, New York, pp. 155 - 168
    • Harindranath R, 2002, 'Software industry, religious fundamentalism and new social movements in India: aspects of globalisation?', in Pendakur M; Harris R (ed.), Citizenship and Participation in the Information Age, Garamond Press, Ontario, pp. 56 - 64
    • Harindranath R, 2001, '”Out there” and “in here” – the global-local dialectic', in Fleming D (ed.), Formations: 21st Century Media Studies, Manchester University Press, Manchester, pp. 151 - 168
    • Harindranath R, 2000, 'Ethnicity, national culture(s), and the interpretation of television', in Cottle S (ed.), Ethnic Minorities and the Media: Changing Cultural Boundaries, Open University Press, Buckingham, pp. 149 - 163
    • Harindranath R;Dickinson R;Linne O, 1998, 'Approaching audience studies', in Dickinson R; Linne O; Harindranath R (ed.), Approaches to Audiences, Arnold, London
    • Harindranath R, 1998, 'Documentary meanings and interpretive contexts: observations on Indian “repertoires”', in Dickinson R; Linne O; Harindranath R (ed.), Approaches to Audiences, Arnold, London, pp. 283 - 297

    Journal articles

    • Harindranath R, 2014, 'The Indian public sphere: Histories, contradictions and challenges', Media International Australia, pp. 168 - 175
    • Hight C;Harindranath R, 2014, 'Editorial: Documentary as sense-making', Studies in Documentary Film, vol. 8, pp. 177 - 178, http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/17503280.2014.964950
    • Harindranath R, 2014, 'Online crowd-sourced documentary and the politics of veridicality and authority', Studies in Documentary Film, vol. 8, pp. 179 - 187, http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/17503280.2014.964946
    • Harindranath R, 2014, 'The view from the global south: An introduction', Postcolonial Studies, vol. 17, pp. 109 - 114, http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/13688790.2014.966412
    • Harindranath R;Khorana S, 2014, 'Civil society movements and the twittering classes in the postcolony: An indian case study', South Asia: Journal of South Asia Studies, vol. 37, pp. 60 - 71, http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/00856401.2012.744285
    • Harindranath R, 2012, 'Consuming lifestyles: Local television, neo-liberalism and divergent social imaginaries in India', Studies in South Asian Film and Media, vol. 4, pp. 81 - 93, http://dx.doi.org/10.1386/safm.4.1.81_1
    • Harindranath R, 2011, 'Audiencias y ciudadania en India', Infoamerica : Iberoamerican Communication Review, vol. 6, pp. 61 - 74, http://dialnet.unirioja.es/servlet/articulo?codigo=4276289
    • Harindranath R;Tebbutt J, 2011, 'Performing terror, anti-terror, and public affect: Towards an analytical framework', Continuum, vol. 25, pp. 141 - 151, http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/10304312.2011.554973
    • Harindranath R, 2009, 'Mediated terrorism and democracy in India', South Asia: Journal of South Asia Studies, vol. 32, pp. 518 - 532, http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/00856400903374376
    • Harindranath R, 2007, 'Spectacular conflicts, naked empires and the colonisation of social life.', New Formations: a journal of culture/theory/politics
    • Harindranath R;O'Neill M, 2006, 'Theorising narratives of exile and belonging: the importance of biography and ethno-mimesis in 'understanding' asylum.', Qualitative Sociology Review
    • Harindranath R;Guedes-Bailey O, 2006, 'Ethnic minorities, cultural differences, and the cultural politics of communication.', International Journal of Media and Cultural Politics
    • Harindranath R, 2006, 'Audiences, public knowledge and citizenship in democratic states: preliminary thoughts on a conceptual framework.', Participations: journal of audience and reception studies
    • Harindranath R, 2006, 'International audience research: continuing concerns and novel developments', Participations: journal of audience and reception studies
    • Harindranath R, 2005, 'Ethnicity and cultural difference: some thematic and political issues on global audience research.', Participations: journal of audience and reception studies
    • Harindranath R, 2000, 'Theorising protest: the significance of social movements to metropolitan theory.', Thamyris
    • Harindranath R, 2000, 'Virtual nationalism: diaspora, deterritorialisation, and 'Tamilnation.org'.', Tripodos

    Conference Papers

    • Harindranath R, 2016, 'Multiculturalism, interculturalism, and communication: negotiating diversity and complexity', in McIntyre P; Fulton J (eds.), Refereed Proceedings of the Australia New Zealand Communication Association Conference:Creating Space in the Fifth Estate, Australia New Zealand Communications Association Conference: Creating Space in the Fifth Estate, University of Newcastle, presented at Australia New Zealand Communications Association Conference: Creating Space in the Fifth Estate, University of Newcastle, 06 - 08 July 2016, http://www.anzca.net/conferences/past-conferences/conf-2016-p1.html
    • Harindranath R, 2009, 'Media audiences, public knowledge, and democracy: an Indian example', in Flew T (ed.), Communication, Creativity and Global Citizenship: Refereed Proceedings of the Australian and New Zealand Communications Association Annual Conference, Australia New Zealand Communications Association Conference, Brisbane, presented at Australia New Zealand Communications Association Conference, Brisbane, 08 - 10 July 2009