Natasha Shrikant
Assistant Professor
Communication • Communication & Society RAP

Office: Hellems 85B and KITT N213

Natasha Shrikant uses ethnographic and discourse analytic approaches to studying the relationship between communication, culture and identity. She has several publications examining the discursive construction of racial, ethnic, gender and sexuality identities. Her most recent project examines how organizational members construct racial and ethnic categories as professional identity categories and invoke these identities in interaction to accomplish organizational goals.