Dominique Montiel Valle

Ph.D. Student

Bio

B.A. University of Nottingham Malaysia, M.A. The University of Texas at Austin.

Indigenous representation, alternative community media, social movements, use of social media, and visual crisis communications, all within the context of Latin America.

Dominique aspires to become a researcher and professor in the United States, as well as to work alongside nonprofits and community media in rural Latin America.

In her spare time, Dominique can often be found hanging out with her two cats, playing the guitar, writing poetry, or just laying out in the sun in any of Austin's outdoor water sports.

Conference Papers  (Peer-Reviewed)  

Wilner, T., Montiel Valle, D., and Masullo, G., Greater Expectations: How the Public Perceives News Bias and Journalistic Routines, presented at The Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication Conference (August, 2020)  

Montiel Valle, D., Ni Una Menos: Understanding How Argentinian Pro-Choice Feminists Used the Online Sphere for Collective Identity-Building, accepted for presentation at the 70th Annual International Communication Association Conference (May, 2020)    

Montiel Valle, D., ‘So They Can See All We’ve Suffered!’ Understanding the Roles of the Citizen Witness of Crisis, accepted for presentation at the 70th Annual International Communication Association Conference (May, 2020)  

 Montiel Valle, D., Unearthing Neoliberal Multiculturalism in News Discourse: Politics of Indigeneity in Nicaragua’s Caribbean Coast, accepted for presentation at the 70th Annual International Communication Association Conference (May, 2020)  

 Montiel Valle, D., Mapping Representations of the Subaltern: The Case of Indigenous Environmental Activists Berta Caceres & Isidro Baldenegro, presented at The Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication Conference (August, 2019)  

Montiel Valle, D., #Charitable: An Exploration of Nonprofits’ Content & Engagement on Instagram, presented at the International Association of Media and Communication Research Conference (June, 2018)