Srivi Ramasubramanian is Professor of Communication, Affiliated Professor of Women's & Gender Studies, and former Associate Dean for Climate & Inclusion at Texas A&M University. Her scholarship focuses on media and identity, media literacy, stereotyping processes, intercultural/intergroup communication, and social justice. She is the Director of the Difficult Dialogues on Campus Race Relations, founding chair of the Communicating Diversity student conference, Convener of the campus-wide Inclusive Pedagogy Workshop Series, and cofounder of Media Rise (a nonprofit for meaningful media for social change). She is Associate Editor of the Journal of Applied Communication Research and serves on the editorial board of the Journal of Communication, Communication Monographs, Journal of International & Intercultural Communication, and Journal of Children and Media. Her work has been recognized with the Cornerstone Faculty Fellowship '18-'22, NAMLE Outstanding Researcher Award, Center for Teaching Excellence Faculty Fellowship, NCA Mass Comm Division Service Award, Graduate Faculty Mentoring Award, ACE Award for Women's Progress, and Outstanding Diversity Team Award.
- Ph.D. in Mass Communication, Pennsylvania State University - (State College, Pennsylvania, United States) 2004
- M.A. in Communication Management, Mudra Institute of Communications Ahmedabad - (Ahmedabad, Gujarat, India) 1998
- B.S. in Visual Communication, University of Madras - (Chennai, Tamil Nadu, India) 1996
- Freytag, J., & Ramasubramanian, S. (2019). Are Television Deaths Good Deaths? A Narrative Analysis of Hospital Death and Dying in Popular Medical Dramas. Health Commun. 34(7), 747-754.
- Saleem, M., & Ramasubramanian, S. (2019). Muslim Americans' Responses to Social Identity Threats: Effects of Media Representations and Experiences of Discrimination. Media Psychology. 22(3), 373-393.
- Saleem, M., Wojcieszak, M. E., Hawkins, I., Li, M., & Ramasubramanian, S. (2019). Social identity threats: How media and discrimination affect Muslim Americans' identification as Americans and trust in the U.S. Government. Journal of Communication. 69(2), 214-236.
- Ramasubramanian, S., & Miles, C. (2018). Framing the Syrian Refugee Crisis: A Comparative Analysis of Arabic and English News Sources. International Journal of Communication. 12, 4488-4506.
- Ramasubramanian, S., & Miles, C. (2018). White Nationalist Rhetoric, Neoliberal Multiculturalism and Colour Blind Racism: Decolonial Critique of Richard Spencer's Campus Visit. Javnost - The Public. 25(4), 426-440.
- Ramasubramanian, S., & Murphy, C. J. (2014). Experimental Studies of Media Stereotyping Effects. Laboratory Experiments in the Social Sciences: Second Edition. (pp. 385-402). Elsevier.
- Ramasubramanian, S. (2014). Media and spirituality. Media and Social Life. (pp. 46-62). Routledge.
- Ramasubramanian, S., & Martin, S. M. (2008). Teens and the new media environment: Challenges and opportunities. Media Messages and Public Health: A Decisions Approach to Content Analysis. (pp. 99-115). Routledge.
- Oliver, M. B., Ramasubramanian, S., & Kim, J. (2007). Media and Racism. Communication and Social Cognition: Theories and Methods. (pp. 273-291). Routledge.
- Fowlds, Kelli (2014-12). Shared Experiences and Collective Production: Note Card Confessions on YouTube. (Master's Thesis)
- Martinez, Amanda (2011-12). 'But it's Just a Joke!': Latino Audiences' Primed Reactions to Latino Comedians and their Use of Race-Based Humor. (Doctoral Dissertation)
- Hatfield, Elizabeth Fish (2011-08). Motherhood, Media and Reality: Analyzing Female Audience Reception of Celebrity Parenthood as News. (Doctoral Dissertation)
- Whittle, John C. (2010-05). Measuring Morality: Moral Frameworks in Videogames. (Master's Thesis)
- Hibbeler, Britney L. (2009-08). Exploring Representations of Masculinity in Disney Animated Feature Films. (Master's Thesis)