Campbell ’20 and Parsloe co-author article on indigenous trauma

Communication professor Sarah Parsloe and Rashaunna Campbell ’20 have recently published an article in the Howard Journal of Communications.

Their article, entitled “‘What It’s Like to be a Native Woman:’ Framing Trauma via #MMIW” explores how hashtag users articulated the nature of indigenous trauma, raised awareness about the prevalence of missing and murdered indigenous women, and advocated for policy change in the U.S. and Canada.

The research that formed the basis for the article was produced as part of Rollins’ Student-Faculty Collaborative Research Scholarship Program, which has been proliferating powerful partnerships between Rollins students and faculty for more than two decades.