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COAS Department of Communication and Culture

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Students in the Department of Communication and Culture (part of the College of Arts and Sciences at Indiana University in Bloomington) explore the cultural dimensions and implications of communication practices from oral and written language, to film, television, and digital media. With faculty clustered in three interconnected areas - rhetoric and public culture, performance and ethnographic studies, and media studies - the Department provides students with an innovative, interdisciplinary program that combines history and theory with critical practice. We offer students a wide variety of courses and a flexible and challenging curriculum designed to encourage students to engage the complex relations between communication and culture.


Please note that although many Ashton Center buildings have been demolished this summer, the Department of Communication and Culture is still located in Ashton-Mottier and the building still stands. Advisors still advise students, instructors still hold office hours, classes are still being held and packages and mail are still being accepted for delivery. In other words, it is business as usual for the Department. We are getting many reports from students, parents, visitors and delivery people that our building has been torn down and we are gone. This is not true. We are here. Please tell anyone who is looking for us that during the 10th street construction, access to the building is limited to the 7th Street side.
Amy Cornell
Department of Communication and Culture
Academic Advisor


1790 East 10th Street
Bloomington, IN 47405
812 855 2367
Fax: 812 855 6014

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