AWARDS AND HONORS
2021 – J. William Fulbright Foreign Scholarship Award (Uruguay). United States Department of State’s Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs. $Stipend + Travel
2018 – Top Paper, National Communication Association, Communication Ethics Division. “Ethical listening across difference: Inviting hope for sustainable hospitality.”
2018 – Top Paper, National Communication Association, Language and Social Interaction Division. “Responses to third-party complaints in opinion formulations about others’ technology use.” Co-authored with Jessica Robles.
2018 – Top Paper, International Communication Association, Feminist Scholarship Division. “Are you my mother? Perpetuating gender inequality through listening expectations and relational roles.” Co-authored with Kristen Barta.
2018 – Best PhD Dissertation: Faculty Awards for Outstanding Completed Research. Department of Communication, University of Washington.
2015 – Top Paper, National Communication Association, Asian/Pacific American Caucus. “Hybridized heads: A critical analytic autoethnography of mixed ability Asian American identity.”
PEER REVIEWED ARTICLES
Parks, E.S. Forthcoming. Listening across the Ages: Measuring generational listening differences with the LCI-R. International Journal of Listening.
Parks, E.S. Forthcoming. An autoethnographic hybrid I/eye: A critical autoethnography of intersecting race and disability identities. (Accept, Minor Revisions, Journal of Autoethnography).
Parks, E.S. Forthcoming. “Dialogic listening: Moving beyond idealism to ethical praxis.” Listening: Journal of Communication Ethics, Religion, and Culture.
Parks, E.S. 2019. “Listening to hybrid identities in medical contexts.” International Journal of Listening, 33(3). pp. 163-167. DOI: 10.1080/10904018.2019.1626730.
Parks, E.S. 2019. “Listen first: Dialogic communication ethics in Caribbean sign language research” In Ethics & Behavior. 29(2). pp. 156-166. DOI: 10.1080/10508422.2017.1395338
Robles, J.S. and Parks, E.S. 2019. Complaints about technology as a resource for identity-work. Language in Society, 48(2). pp. 209-231. DOI: 10.1017/S0047404518001379
Parks, E.S. and Barta, K. 2018. “Are you my mother? Perpetuating gender inequality through listening expectations and relational roles.” Journal of Research in Gender Studies. Vol. 8, No 1. pp. 28-48.
Parks, E.S. 2019. The ethics of listening: Creating space for sustainable dialogue. Lanham, MD: Lexington Books.
Parks, E.S. and Aoki, E. Forthcoming. Listening across the United States: Diverse cognitive constructs and regional codes. In Wang, C. and Chao, L, Communicating across Difference. Cognella Press.
Parks, E.S. and Foot, K. 2019. “Conceptualizing listening as voice and its affordances for collaboration scholarship” in P. Moy and D. Matheson (Eds.), Voices: ICA International Communication Association Annual Conference Theme Book Series. New York: Peter Lang Publishing.
Parks, E.S. 2016. “Bringing together and setting apart: Christianity’s role in the formation of deaf cultural communities in Latin America and the Caribbean” in A. Hacker-Daniels (Ed.), Communication and the Global Landscape of Faith. Lexington Books.
Parks, E. 2014. “National and international deaf cultural identity: Creating symbolic borders through perceived use of American Sign Language” in D. Watt and C. Llamas (Eds.), Language, Borders and Identity. Edinburgh University Press.