College of Arts and Humanities
23 achievements

23 achievements

Sharma, Devendra
Sharma, D.  (2017). Nautanki performances: creating sites for community connection and social action.  Text and Performance Quarterly.
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Sharma, D.  (2012). Indigenous performance art forms as spaces for social reflection and participatory communication in directed social change.  Development communication in directed social change: A reappraisal of theories and approaches. Singapore: Asian Media Information Centre.
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Sharma, D.  (2011). Giving voice to a marginalized performance tradition in contemporary society. Presented at National Communication Association Convention, New Orleans, LA.
Sharma, D.  (2009). Tap Your Feet, Move Your Body, Perform Your Story and Organize Yourself! Non-traditional Approaches of Analyzing Global Health Communication Interventions. Presented at National Communication Association Convention, Chicago, IL.
Sharma, D.  (2009). Encoding/decoding: indigenous performances as tools of change in the discourse of HIV/AIDS. Presented at National Communication Association Convention, Chicago, IL.
Sharma, D., Singhal, A., Harter, L., & Chitnis, K.  (2008). Shooting back: Participatory photography in entertainment-education.  Critical Arts. 21(1), 212-227.
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Sharma, D.  (2008). I have to watch friends: use of global media to construct and articulate self-identities by young indian women. Presented at Media Studies Interest Group, Western States Communication Association Convention, Broomfield, CO.
Sharma, D.  (2008). Folk performances in the service of community: applying Nautanki to strengthen community and cultural connection. Presented at Performance Studies Division, Western States Communication Association Convention, Broomfield, CO.
Sharma, D.  (2008). Communicating for social impact: performances for community friendships and social change in India and USA. Presented at Global Communication and Social Change Division, International Communication Association Convention, Montreal, Canada.
Sharma, D.  (2007). Nautanki vs. mass media: Exploring the role of community folk performances in the age of new media forms and technology. Presented at Performance Studies Division, National Communication Association Convention, Chicago, IL.
Sharma, D.  (2007). Community Folk Performances as Sites of Dialogue and Social Change in India. Presented at South Asia Conference, Berkeley, CA.
Sharma, D., & Singhal, A.  (2007). Participatory photography as theory, method and praxis: analyzing an entertainment-education project in India.  Critical Arts. 21(2), 212-227.
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Sharma, D., Harter, L., Singhal, A., Sharma, Y., & Pant, S.  (2007). Catalyzing social reform through participatory performances in rural India.  Communication activism: media and performance activism. (pp.285-314) Cresskill, NJ: Hampton Press.
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Sharma, D., Chitnis, K., Harter, L., & Singhal, A.  (2007). Entertainment-education and social change: the communicative dynamics of social capital.  Journal of Creative Communications. 1(1), 1-18.
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Sharma, D., Papa, M., Singhal, A., Pant, S., Worell, T., Muthuswamy, N., & Witte, K.  (2006). Entertainment-Education and social change in Bihar, India: The Communicative Dynamics of social capital.  Journal of Creative Communications. 1(1), 1-18.
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Sharma, D.  (2004). This is an Alien Land: Increasing alienation of folk performing forms from Indian cultural landscape in the post colonial times, and probable future directions. Presented at National Communication Association Convention, Chicago, IL.
Sharma, D.  (2004). Mutual diffusion: balancing the cross-fertilization of ideas with the preservation of cultural identity. Presented at National Communication Association Convention, Chicago, IL.
Sharma, D.  (2004). Using folk performances to communicate health messages: a case study in rural India. Presented at International Communication Association Convention, New Orleans, LA.
Sharma, D.  (2004). Drawing lessons from entertainment education experience in India for global african experience. Presented at Entertainment Education and Global African Experience Conference, Athens, OH.
Sharma, D.  (2004). The politics of popular: intended and inintended politics connected with the use of terms folk versus popular, and their different interpretations in different cultural and intellectual contexts. Presented at Midwest Chapter for the Society for Ethnomusicology Conference, Lexington, Kentucky.
Sharma, D., Singhal, A., & Papa, M.  (2004). Air cover and ground mobilization: integrating entertainment education broadcasts with community listening and service delivery in India.  Entertainment-education and social change: history, research, and practice. (pp.351-376) Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.
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Sharma, D.  (2003). Performing swang and nautanki: dialogic of space, sound, body, and language. Presented at National Communication Association Convention, Miami Beach, FL.
Sharma, D.  (2003). Adapting swang-nautanki to new conditions: applying folk performances as a communication strategy for social change. Presented at 32nd Annual Conference on South Asia, Madison, WI.