Book Chapters and Conference Papers

Book Chapters

[Invited] Shenoy-Packer, S. (in press). Intercultural communication. In C. Scott and L. Lewis (Eds.), International encyclopedia of organizational communication.

Shenoy-Packer, S. (2016). Discontinuities and dislocations. Immigrant meanings of work during ambivalent work-life ‘choices’. In S. Shenoy-Packer and E. Gabor (Eds.), Immigrants Communicating Meanings of Work. Peter Lang.

Shenoy-Packer, S. (forthcoming). Restraining my Latino soul: A Mexican in the U.S. Workplace. In J. P. Fyke, J. Faris, and P. M. Buzzanell (Eds.), Cases in Organizational and Managerial Communication: Stretching Boundaries, Routledge.

Buzzanell, P. M. & Shenoy-Packer, S. (2015). Resilience and work and familycommunication across the lifespan. In G. Beck and T. Socha (Eds.), Communicating hope and resilience across the lifespan. (pp. 138-155). Peter Lang.

Agarwal, V., & Shenoy, S. (2013). On evolution of togetherness and living with two hearts. In S.Murrow and D. Leoutsaskas (Eds.), More than blood: Today’s reality and tomorrow’s vision of family (pp. 164-172. Dubuque, IA: Kendall Hunt.

 Shenoy, S., & Kulkarni, T. A. (2012). Cultural ambiguity, ethnic identity, and the bicultural experience: South Asian Indian parents and their American-born kids. In A. Gonzalez and T. Harris’ (Eds.) Mediating cultures: Parenting in intercultural contexts (pp. 17-29). Lanham, MD: Lexington Books.

Shenoy, S. (2011). Navigating the third space with double consciousness: South Asian Indian women in the American workplace. In A. Gonzalez, M. Houston, & V. Chen (Eds.), Our Voices,(pp. 71-76). New York: Oxford University Press.

*Shenoy-Packer, S. (forthcoming). Navigating the third space with double consciousness: South Asian Indian women in the American workplace[Updated]. In A. Gonzalez, M. Houston, & V. Chen (Eds.), Our Voices (6th Edition). New York: Oxford University Press.

Buzzanell, P. M., Shenoy, S., Remke, R., & Lucas, K. (2009). Toward a communicative theory of human resilience: Discourse and performance of normalcy and hope. In P. Lutgen-Sandvik, & B. D. Sypher (Eds.), The destructive side of organizational communication: Processes, consequences and constructive ways of organizing (pp. 293-315). New York: Routledge.

 

Conference Presentations

Shenoy-Packer, S. (2013, November). Immigrant professionals in the U.S.: Microaggressions and strategic sensemaking of workplace experiences. Paper to be presented to the Organizational Communication Division of the National Communication Association annual conference to be held in Washington, DC.

* Shenoy-Packer, S. (2013, November). Former substance abusers and the communicativeconstruction of resilience in recovery. Paper to be presented to the Communication as Social Construction Division of the National Communication Association annual conference to be held in Washington, DC.

*Top Paper Award

Shenoy-Packer, S. (2013, November). Cultural ambiguity, ethnic identity, and the biculturalexperiences in Asian Indian immigrant intercultural parenting. Panel Connecting cultures in the family: Parenting in intercultural contexts. To be presented to the Family Communication Division of the National Communication Association annual conference to be held in Washington, DC.

Shenoy-Packer, S., & Buzzanell (2013, November). Resilience and work-family communicationacross the lifespan. Panel [paper] to be presented to the Family Communication Division of the National Communication Association annual conference to be held in Washington, DC.

Shenoy, S. (2012, June). Challenges to organizational assimilation: Experiences of white women andpeople of color in the U.S. workforce. Virtual paper presented at the annual international conference on Diversity in Organizations, Communities, and Nations, Vancouver, Canada.

Shenoy, S. (2012, February). Culture, calling, and careers: Female Hindu Indian priests as outsiderswithin. Virtual paper presented at the annual international conference on Religion and Spirituality in Society, Vancouver, Canada.

Shenoy, S. (2011, November). Female priests of Pune, India: Female Hindu priests as outsiders-within. Paper presented at the Religious Communication Division of the National Communication Association annual conference, New Orleans, LA.

Shenoy, S. (2010, November). Anticipatory socialization, memorable messages, and career enablers: Hindu Indian women and discursive career spaces. Paper presented at the Organizational Communication Division of the National Communication Association annual conference, San Francisco, CA.

 Shenoy, S., & Buzzanell, P. M. (2010, November). Meanings of work among Hindu Indian women:Contextualizing meaningfulness and materialities of work through dharma and karma. Paper presented at Organizational Communication Division of the National Communication Association annual conference, San Francisco, CA.

Shenoy, S. (2010, October). Courting controversy while negotiating multilayered professionalidentities: Narratives of Hindu women priests from Pune, India. Paper presented at the Organization for the Study of Communication, Language, and Gender annual conference in Tampa, FL.

Shenoy, S. (2010, June). (Re)Defining globalization from the standpoint of Indian women. Paper presented at the Intercultural Communication Division of the International Communication Association annual conference, Singapore.

*Shenoy, S. (2009, November). Standing on one’s own feet and other meanings of work among Indian women: The “new” narratives of 21st century India. Paper presented at the Organizational Communication Division of the National Communication Association, Chicago, IL.

*Top Student Paper

Shenoy, S. (2009, October). Resilience amidst circumstantial constraints: Indian women in the informal sector and the influence of caste, class, and gender on work lives. Paper presented at the Organization for the Study of Communication, Language, and Gender annual conference, Los Angeles, CA.

Shenoy, S. (2009, May). Dilemmatic spaces in qualitative research: Lessons in social interaction from fieldwork experiences in India. Paper presented at the Language and Social Interaction Division of the International Communication Association, Chicago, IL.

Shenoy, S. (2009, May). Is there such a thing as a Brown woman’s standpoint? Feminist standpoint theory and the search for a voice in American academia. Paper presented at the Feminist Scholarship Division of the International Communication Association, Chicago, IL.

Shenoy, S. (2009, May). Between scriptures and transcriptions: Hindu Indian female priests andcareer discourses. Paper (panel) presented at the Intercultural Division of the International Communication Association, Chicago, IL.

 Shenoy, S. (2008, November). The (co)constructions of meanings, irrationalities, and occupational identities in “dirty” work. Paper presented at the National Communication Association annual conference, San Diego, CA.

Shenoy, S. (2008, November). Not just an oriental diversion: Globalizing India and the politics of caste, class, and gender in women’s work. Paper presented at the National Communication Association annual conference, San Diego, CA.

Shenoy, S. (2008, November). An introductory review of the meaning(s) of work: Cross-cultural perspectives, women’s work lives and an illustration. Paper presented at the National Communication Association annual conference, San Diego, CA.

Shenoy, S. (2008, October). Quilting joys and patching sorrows: The Little Balkans quilt guild and women’s friendships. Paper presented at the Organization for the Study of Communication, Language, and Gender annual conference, Nashville, TN. (Could not attend for personal reasons).

 Shenoy, S. (2008, September). Women and work in India: (Re)engaging class, careers, and occupations, in a globalizing economy. Paper presented at the Organizational Communication Mini-Conference, Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN.

 Shenoy, S., Williams, E., & Linvill, J. (2008, May). Anticipatory socialization in family businesses:(co)Constructions of career and agency among successors. Paper presented at the International Communication Association annual conference, Montreal, Canada.

Shenoy, S. (2008, April). Retiring from or retiring to something: The pains and pleasures of socializing into “retired” life. Paper presented at the Central States Communication Association annual conference, Madison, WI.

Shenoy, S. (2008, April). The “good-girl” value construct: Asian Indian immigrant women and contested marital spaces. Paper presented at the Central States Communication Association annual conference, Madison, WI.

Shenoy, S. (2007, November). Whose meaning is it anyway? Addressing (non)choice of meaning and meaning-neutral work in the lives of women. Paper presented at the National Communication Association annual conference, Chicago, IL.

Shenoy, S. (2007, November). Navigating multiple targets of expatriate identity and identification. Paper presented at the National Communication Association annual conference, Chicago, IL.

Myers, K. K. & Shenoy, S. (2007, May). Obstacles to organizational assimilation: Minorities’ and women’s perceptions. Paper presented at the International Communication Association annual conference, San Francisco, CA.

Shenoy, S. & Myers, K. K. (2007, March). Two strikes: Being African-American and female –discourses of resilience and determination: Workplace experiences of African-American women. Paper presented at Central States Communication Association annual conference, Minneapolis, MN.

Myers, K. K. & Shenoy S. (2006, November). Workplace diversity, institutional bias, andorganizational assimilation. Paper presented at the National Communication Association annual conference, San Antonio, TX.

Buzzanell, P. M., Shenoy, S., Remke, R. V. & Lucas, K. (2006, November). Toward a communicative theory of human resilience: Discourse and performance of normalcy and hope. Paper presented at the National Communication Association annual conference, San Antonio, TX.

Shenoy, S. (2006, October). Using discourses to explore contraceptive autonomy and the negotiating of the “ideal” wife identity by Asian Indian women. Paper presented at the Organization for the Study of Communication, Language, and Gender annual conference, St. Louis, MO.

Shenoy, S. (2006, February). Finding a home for expatriation research in organizational communication studies. Poster presented at the annual Graduate Student Research Poster Competition organized by the Purdue University Chapter of The Society of Sigma Xi, West Lafayette, IN.

 

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