The 72nd Annual International Communication Association Conference brings together its diverse range of international members from over 80 countries to advance the academic study of communication through worldwide research.
The theme of this year’s ICA Conference is ‘One World, One Network?’, which looks to simultaneously celebrate and question ‘one-ness’. With a mixture of virtual and in-person events, from paper panels, poster sessions and roundtable discussions, to hybrid high density sessions, ‘speed dating’ sessions and daytime and evening networking events.
ICA’s journal Annals of International Communication Association: https://www.tandfonline.com/journals/rica20 . All ICA members have access to the journal, and we welcome new submissions!
Meet our Commissioning Editors
Natalie Foster, Senior Publisher, acquires titles in a variety of formats, from introductory guides and textbooks for undergraduates to companions and reference titles. Her list encompasses all aspects of media and cultural studies, including digital and social media, media industries, film, television, and popular culture. Working with scholars outside of the US, she particularly welcomes proposals for accessible, student-friendly books that critically examine the social and political aspects of media and visual cultures.
Felisa Salvago-Keyes, Publisher, oversees the Communication Studies book list. Her focus is on course books, practitioner texts, and handbooks within the subdisciplines of family, group, health, intercultural, interpersonal, organizational, political, and visual communication, as well as advertising, media effects, media psychology, public relations, and communication theory and research methodology.
Sheni Kruger, Senior Editor, commissions titles across all aspects of media and cultural studies including, but not limited to, digital media, film studies, popular culture, social media, television studies, game studies, digital culture, and comics studies. She primarily works with authors based in the US and particularly welcomes proposals for accessible, student-friendly texts.
Suzanne Richardson, Editor, publishes monographs, handbooks and scholarly edited collections in communication studies, media studies and cultural studies. Topics in these disciplines include digital media, journalism, film and television studies, public relations, rhetoric, intercultural communication, games studies and comics studies, to name but a few, offering innovative and leading-edge contributions to the fields, with a global resonance.
Lizzie Cox, Editor, commissions books across journalism studies, broadcast media, and media production. Her remit covers all areas of broadcast and multimedia journalism as well as publishing, advertising, media law, media practice and media ethics.
Fiona Richmond, Global Head of Portfolio, oversees the global portfolio of media, communication and cultural studies journals at Taylor & Francis. The Taylor & Francis journals portfolio spans across these disciplines, including journalism studies, rhetoric, digital media, international and intercultural communication, political communication, health communication and screen studies, among many other topics.