Culture & Communication, Intercultural & Cross-Cultural Communication, U.S.-China Communication, Chinese Communication
MA, Culture and Communication, University of Denver
BA, Intercultural Communication, San Jose State University
Dodge, P. S-W. (2017). "Imagining Dissent: Contesting the Façade of Harmony Through Art and the Internet in China." In S. Hartnett, L. Keränen, & D. Conley (Eds.), Imagining China: Rhetorics of Nationalism in the Age of Globalization (Ch. 13). Michigan State University Press.
Bean, H. & Dodge, P. S-W. (2017). "Reconfiguring Public Relations with China." Public Relations Inquiry, 6: 1, 99-114.
Keränen, L., Dodge, P. S-W, & Conley, D. (2015). "Modernizing Traditions on the Roof of the World: Displaying 'Liberation' and 'Occupation' in Three Tibet Museums." Journal of Curatorial Studies 4: 1, 78-106.
Ng, P. L. & Dodge, P. S-W. (2015). "Situating English as a Lingua Franca in Context: Narratives From Japanese and Chinese Classrooms." Intercultural Communication Studies. 24: 3, 50-64.
Dodge, P. S-W. (2014). Finding "The Line" in Beijing: Classrooms as Liminal Space. Local Contextual Influences on Teaching. Cambridge Scholars Publishing.
Dodge, P. S-W. (2011). The Performance of Intercultural Communication: China’s "New Face" and the 2008 Beijing Olympics. (Dissertation; ProQuest 9781124957173, ISBN-10: 1249878640)
Dodge, P. S-W, & Suter, E. A. (2008). It’s Okay To Have A Girl: Patronymy and China’s One Child Policy. Women and Language, 31, 1, 13-22.
COMM 4031: Perspectives on Communication (Communication Theory)
COMM 4270: Intercultural Communication
COMM 4430: Communication, China, & the U.S.