FACULTY

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Prof. Noorie Baig

Prof. Noorie Baig

Pursuing PhD 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


BIO

Noorie Baig is a PhD 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.


RESEARCH & PUBLICATIONS

JOURNAL ARTICLES



  • Asante, G., Baig, N., & Huang, S. (2019). (De)politicized pleasures and the construction of (White) queer utopia in Netflix’s Sense8. Queer Studies in Media & Popular Culture, 4(3), 319-334. https://www.ingentaconnect.com/content/intellect/qsmpc/2019/00000004/00000003/art00007;jsessionid=1e9fvnb1av5en.x-ic-live-01

  • Eguchi, S., & Baig, N. (2018). Examining Embodied Struggles in Cultural Reentry through Intersectional Reflexivity. Howard Journal of Communications, 29(1),33-48. https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/10646175.2017.1315692

  • 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. (Lead Article). https://opensiuc.lib.siu.edu/kaleidoscope/vol15/iss1/2/

  • 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. https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/17513057.2014.898362?journalCode=rjii20

  • 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. (Lead Article). https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/17475759.2012.723024


CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS



  • Baig, N. (2022, November). A South Asia Caucus at NCA? Regenerating Dialogue and Renewing Commitments. Presenter for panel by the Asian/Pacific American Communication Studies Division at the National Communication Association convention, New Orleans, LA.

  • Baig, N. (2022, May). Trans*(gressive) Failures: Cis-heteronormative Gaze in OTT Media. Paper competitively selected by the Popular Media & Culture division at the International Communication Association convention, Paris, France. (Awarded Top Faculty Paper).

  • Baig, N. (2021, November). Mentoring, Networking and Building Community as Asian/Pacific American Scholars. Presenter for panel by the Asian/Pacific American Communication Studies Division at the National Communication Association convention, Seattle, WA.

  • Arora. S., & Baig, N. (2019, November). Violent Heteronormativity and Toxic Masculinity: Unpacking Netflix’s ‘Sacred Games’ Paper competitively selected by the Asian/Pacific American Communication Studies Division at theNational Communication Association convention, Baltimore, MD.

  • Baig, N. (2018, November). Womentoring: Intersectionality – You keep saying that word – I do not think it means what you think it means. Presenter for panel by the Women’s Caucus and Division at the National Communication Association convention, Salt Lake City, UT.

  • Baig, N. (2018, November). It’s Safe to Make that Assumption: Asian/Asian American Pedagogical Performances On “Playing” with Limitations of the Critical Norm. Organiser and Presenter for panel at the Asian/Pacific American Communication Studies Division at the National Communication Association convention, Salt Lake City, UT.

  • Baig, N. (2018, November). Enriching Public Speaking Courses Through Service Learning. Presenter for the Great Ideas for Teaching Students Division at the National Communication Association convention, Salt Lake City, UT.

  • Baig, N. (2017, November). Tracing Inconsistent Intersectionalities Post-Pulse: Queering Ojalá Through Multiplicities of Religious Difference. Paper competitively selected by the LGBTQ Division at the National Communication Association convention, Dallas, TX.

  • Eguchi, S., & Baig, N. (2016, November). Cultural Reentry: Reimaging Global Mobility, Affect, and In-Betweenness through Intersectional Reflexivity. Paper competitively selected by the International Intercultural Communication Division at the National Communication Association convention, Philadelphia, PA.

  • Baig, N. (2016, November). Snap Judgements: Challenging the “Thou Shalt Not Judge” Ideology in Intercultural Communication Classrooms. Presenter for Great Ideas for Teaching Students Session at the National Communication Association convention, Philadelphia, PA.

  • Baig, N. (2016, November). Working Through Anti­racist Pedagogy and Praxis to Critique Notions of Civility as Junior Educators of Colour. Organiser and Co-Presenter for Activism and Social Justice Division at the National Communication Association convention, Philadelphia, PA.

  • Asante, G., Baig, N., & Shah, S. F. A. (2016, February). Heath Care Barriers After Implementation of The Affordable Care Act Among People Living with HIV in New Mexico. Paper competitively selected by the Health Communication Studies Division at the Western States Communication Association convention, San Diego, CA.

  • Baig, N. (2015, November). Spotlights, Sex, and Shame: Constructing Asian Indian Femininity in Global Mediated Spaces. Paper competitively selected by the Asian/Pacific American Communication Studies Division at the National Communication Association convention, Las Vegas, NV.

  • Baig, N. (2015, November). Interrogating Whiteness and Coloniality in the Classroom as “Othered” Junior Educators of Color. Organiser and Co-Presenter for panel sponsored by Opportunities for Pedagogy at the National Communication Association annual convention, Las Vegas, NV.

  • Baig, N. (2015, November). “Embracing” Opportunities to be Mentors/Mentees: Challenges and Strategies for Asian/Pacific American Faculty and Graduate Students. Chair for competitively selected panel by the Asian/Pacific American Communication Studies Division at the National Communication Association annual convention, Las Vegas, NV.

  • Baig, N. (2015, November). Honoring the Pedagogy of Stella Ting Toomey. Organiser and Co-Presenter for Teachers on Teaching Series at the National Communication Association annual convention, Las Vegas, NV.

  • Baig, N. (2015, May). Model minority stereotypic representations in South Asian Indian American marital newspaper advertisements. Paper competitively selected by the Intercultural Communication Division at the International Communication Association convention, San Juan, Puerto Rico.

  • Baig, N. (2015, February). Becoming and learning as an ‘other’ in intercultural communication research: Confessions of international scholars learning and teaching intercultural communication in the United States. Co-Presenter for panel sponsored by the Intercultural Communication Division at the Western States Communication Association annual convention, Spokane, WA.

  • Baig, N. (2014, November). (Re)defining transnational identities through diasporic philanthropy in South Asian Indian nonprofit organisations. Paper competitively selected panel by the Asian/Pacific American Communication Studies Division at the National Communication Association annual convention, Chicago, IL.

  • Baig, N., Ting-Toomey, S., & Dorjee, T. (2014, November). Intergenerational accounts on face concerns in intercultural dating: A South Asian Indian American lens. Paper competitively selected panel by the Asian/Pacific American Communication Studies Division at the National Communication Association annual convention, Chicago, IL.

  • Baig, N. (2014, February). Teaching public speaking through critical pedagogy: Transferring resistance to the classroom. Panel discussion at the Western States Communication Association annual convention, Anaheim, CA.

  • Baig, N., Ting-Toomey, S., & Dorjee, T. (2013, November). Intergenerational narratives on face: A South Asian Indian American Perspective. Paper competitively selected by the International Intercultural Communication Division at the National Communication Association convention, Washington D.C.

  • Dorjee, T., Baig, N., & Ting-Toomey, S. (2012, May). A social ecological perspective on understanding “honor killing”: An intercultural moral dilemma. Paper competitively selected by the Intercultural Communication Division at the International Communication Association convention, Phoenix, AZ.

  • Baig, N. (2011, February). Face negotiation theory: From theory to practice. Co-presenter at panel discussion for the Intercultural Communication Division at the Western States Communication Association convention, Monterey, CA.


OTHER PUBLICATIONS



  • Ginossar, T., Oetzel, J. G., Asante, G., Shah, S. F., & Baig, N. (2015). Assessment of HIV Unmet Needs in New Mexico. Official Published Data Report Prepared for: New Mexico Department of Health.

  • Baig, N. (2014). Uncovering face: How two generations of South Asian Indian Americans navigate “izzat.Communication Currents, 9(3). (Invited Submission).