Annenberg School

Do Citizen Assemblies Make Reasoned Choices?

The Annenberg School welcomes Dr. André Blais, Chaire de recherche du Canada en études électorales (Canada Research Chair in Electoral Studies) and Principal Co-Investigator of the Canadian Election Study in the Political Science Department at the University of Montreal. Dr. Blais will present a talk titled, "Do Citizen Assemblies Make Reasoned Choices?"

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Screening of "The Shame of a City"

"The Shame of a City," a documentary film by Tigre Hill on the 2003 mayoral campaign, will be screened on Thursday, January 11, at 5:30 p.m. in Room 109 of the Annenberg School. For reviews of the film, visit

Dr. Phyllis Kaniss is showing the film as part of her undergraduate class, Media and the Mayoral Race. The Annenberg community is invited to attend.

Before Robertson and O'Reilly: Cold War Right Wing Broadcasting and the Public Interest

The Annenberg School welcomes Dr. Heather Hendershot, Associate Professor of Media Studies at Queens College, and Associate Professor in the Theater Department and Film Program of the CUNY Graduate Center, where she coordinates the Film Studies Certificate program. Dr. Hendershot will give a talk titled, Before Robertson and O'Reilly: Cold War Right Wing Broadcasting and the Public Interest.

Games and Social Science

The Annenberg School welcomes Dr. Edward Castronova, Associate Professor of Telecommunications, Indiana University, to give a talk on Games and Social Science.

Information Technology and Social Inequality

The Annenberg School welcomes Paul DiMaggio, Professor of Sociology and Research Director of the Center for Arts and Cultural Policy Studies at Princeton University, to discuss Information Technology and Social Inequality.

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