Associate Professor, Communication, Languages & Cultures
Cultural change starts in everyday discourse and the arts."
Karatza's work brings together intercultural communication, sensory ethnography, and film to explore the potential of senses—and extensions of them through digital media—to create and construct alternative socio-aesthetic places in which everyday life, otherwise seemingly agent-less and mundane, becomes meaningful.
Karatza is originally from Greece and Cyprus; she joined the CCU faculty in 2015.
Ph.D., Communication Studies, The University of Iowa
M.A., Journalism and Mass Communication, The University of Iowa
B.A., Philosophy, National and Kapodistrian University of Athens, Greece
Film: The last full moon (2016)
Film & Culture, Media, Intercultural Communication, Ethnography & media
Ethnographic Film, Experimental Film, Intercultural Communication, Sensory Ethnography
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