Nandita Sridhar

PhD student, Graduate Studies

Biographical Statement

Nandita Sridhar is a PhD student at the Grady College of Journalism and Mass Communication, Department of Entertainment and Media Studies. Prior to pursuing her doctorate, Nandita spent more than five years working as a journalist in India. She has a Bachelor’s degree in Mathematics and a Master’s in Communication. Her research looks to explore the intersections of media, communication technologies and discursive formations of health.

Conference Publications

Nandita Sridhar. “Body Unbounded: Media Technologies and the Perpetuation of the Healthy Individual Body.” Accepted for presentation at the “What is Media?” conference, Portland, Oregon, April 14-16 2016.

Wojdynski, B.W., Espina, C., Northup, T., Bang, H., Lee, Y., & Sridhar, N. (2015, August). “Exemplification in Online Slideshows: The Role of Visual Attention on Availability Effects.” Accepted for presentation at the 2015 Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication (AEJMC) Annual Convention, San Francisco, CA.

Body Unbounded Nandita Sridhar

Abstract: This article examines the intersection of media and communication technologies and the material body in perpetuating the normative materiality of the healthy individual body. A long-standing, conventional focus in public health defines the individual subject (its focus of attention and intervention) as a skin-bound, self-contained body analogous in many ways to the liberal, Enlightenment […]

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Courses Taught (Forthcoming)

EMST 3110: Writing for Digital Media (instructor of record)

Sridhar, Nandita