Prof. Noorie Baig
Pursuing Ph.D. in Communication from University of New Mexico, USA; MA in Communication from California State University, Fullerton, USA; B.A. in Communication and Psychology from University of San Diego, USA
Assistant Professor - Literary & Cultural Studies
Noorie Baig is a Ph.D. Candidate in Communication at the University of New Mexico. She specialises in intercultural communication. Her research focuses on how South Asian Indian/desi identities are communicated in transnational and diasporic contexts.
She has taught communication courses at California State University, Fullerton, and the University of New Mexico, Albuquerque.
Her research is published in Howard Journal of Communications, Journal of International and Intercultural Communication, Journal of Intercultural Communication Research, and Kaleidoscope: A Graduate Journal of Qualitative Communication Research.
- Eguchi, S., & Baig, N. (2018). Examining embodied struggles in cultural reentry through intersectional reflexivity. Howard Journal of Communications. 29(1),33-48.
- Baig, N. (2016). (Re)defining transnational identities through diasporic philanthropy in South Asian Indian nonprofit organisations. Kaleidoscope: A Graduate Journal of Qualitative Communication Research, 15, 1-23.
- Baig, N. (2014). Uncovering face: How two generations of South Asian Indian Americans navigate “izzat.” Communication Currents, 9(3).
- Baig, N., Ting-Toomey, S., & Dorjee, T. (2014). Intergenerational narratives on face: A South Asian Indian American perspective. Journal of International and Intercultural Communication, 7(2), 127-147.
- Dorjee, T., Baig, N., & Ting-Toomey, S. (2013). A social ecological perspective on understanding “honor killing”: An intercultural moral dilemma. Journal of Intercultural Communication Research. 41(3), 1-21.