Research

Harvard

Awards:

Top Student Debut Paper: NCA

Phoborisut, P. (2013, November). Re-enacting the traumatic memory of the 2010 crackdown in Thailand. Presented at the National Communication Association, Performance Studies Division, Washington D.C.

Third Place Paper Student Competition: AEJMC

Phoborisut, P. (2015, August). The discourse of sacrifice in natural disaster: The case study of Thailand’s 2011 Floods. Presented at the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication (AEJMC) Conference, Mass Communication and Society Division, San Francisco: CA.

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Invited Speaker

Phoborisut, P. (2017, April 19). “The Thai Junta’s Suppression: Deterritorializing Dissident Terrain.” Presented at the Faculty Club, organized by the Weatherhead East Asian Institute, Columbia University. New York, NY.

Phoborisut, P. (2016, April 8). “Life Under the Military Regime: Visuals of the Unruly Citizens and Suppression.” Presented at the Thailand Update 2016, organized by the Weatherhead East Asian Institute, Columbia University. New York, NY.

Phoborisut, P. (2015, April 1). “Visualizing Thai protests: Self(ie) activism against the 2014 coup.” Presented at New Media, Cyber-activism and Social Movement in Asia, organized by the Harvard-Yenching Institute. Boston, MA.

Published Book Review:

Phoborisut, P. (2013). [Review of the book The Souls of Black Folk, by W.E.B. Du Bois]. Manusya: Journal of Humanities, 16.2, 78-79.

Published Papers:

Phoborisut, P. (2014). “Memes as political participation: A case study on Thailand.” Under review at Critical Studies in Media Communication.

Phoborisut, P. & Sun, Y. (2014). “The news frames in communicating natural disaster: A study on the 2011 floods in Thailand.” Under review at Asian Journal of Communication.

Phoborisut, P. (2008). “Understanding the identity of the Thai Muslim community of Kudi Khao in Thonburi.” Manusya: Journal of Humanities, 16, 68-81.

Phoborisut, P. (2009). “The use of new media in disseminating political communication   during Thailand’s politics in transition.” In I. Yusuf, & C. Antilgan (Ed.), Religion, Politics   and Globalization, pp. 154-167. Bangkok: Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung.

Phoborisut, P. (2003). “Flowers on the streets of Bangkok.” In B. Sumrongthong, & S. Nakagawa (Ed.), Urban Culture Research Vol.1: What’s Happening on the Street? 1, pp. 92-106. Bangkok: Urban Culture Research Center Bangkok Office.

Competitively Selected Conference Papers

Phoborisut, P. (2018, March). “Charting the Cartography of the NCPO’s Media and Technology Policy on its Path to Thailand 4.0.” To be Presented at the Association of Asian Studies (AAS) Conference, Washington D.C.

Phoborisut, P. (2017, November). “Absence Proliferates Narratives: The Case of the Removal of the 1932 Revolution Plaque.” To be Presented at the Council for Thai Studies (COTS). University of California-Los Angeles, CA.

Phoborisut, P. (2017, November). “Communicating Activism and Social Movements in the Asian Pacific Region.” To be Presented at the National Communication Association (NCA) Conference, Asian/Pacific American Caucus, Dallas, TX.

Phoborisut, P. (2017, June). “Re-configuring conversations in politics with the Facebook-native political cartoon.” Presented at the Association for Asian Studies (AAS) in Asia Conference, Korea University, Seoul, Korea.

Phoborisut, P. (2017, May). “Public Performances as Assemblages: Contesting the Narrative of Thailand’s 2010 Crackdown.” To be presented at the International Communication Association (ICA) Conference, Political Communication Division, San Diego, CA.

Phoborisut, P. (2017, February). “The Violence of “Returning Happiness”: The case of Thailand’ ruling junta’s attempts to bring happiness and peace to its people.” Presented at the Western States Communication Association (WSCA) Conference, Salt Lake City, UT.

Phoborisut, P. (2015, November). “Mockingjay, mocking the junta: The anti-coup activism in Thailand.” Presented at the National Communication Association, Visual Communication Division, Las Vegas, NV.

Phoborisut, P. & Sun, Y. (2015, November). “The news frames in communicating natural disaster: A study on the 2011 floods in Thailand.” To be presented at the National Communication Association, Asian and Pacific American Caucus, Las Vegas, NV.

Phoborisut, P. (2014, November). “Memes as political participation: A case study on Thailand.” Presented at the National Communication Association, Visual Communication Division, Chicago, IL.

Phoborisut, P. (2014, November). “The discursive kitsch at protest sites: Thai grassroots protesters “talk back” during the 2010 crackdown.” Presented at the National Communication Association, Asian and Pacific American Caucus, Chicago, IL.

Phoborisut, P. (2014, October). “Anti-dam activism in the digital age and the absence of marginalized voices.” Presented at the Council on Thai Studies Conference, University of Wisconsin-Madison, Madison, WI.

Phoborisut, P. (2014, February). “The metaphors of natural disasters.” Presented at the Western States Communication Association, Environmental Communication Division, Anaheim, CA.

Panel Paper Presentation

Phoborisut, P. (2015, April). “Teaching in the Distracted Age: What Communication Students Expect from Online Courses?” Presented at the Broadcast Education Association Conference, Las Vegas, NV.

Phoborisut, P. (2007, April). “Thailand’s National Reconciliation Commission Documentary Project. The International Documentary: In the Curriculum and in the World.” Presented at the   Broadcast Education Association Conference, Las Vegas, NV.

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