The Center for Advanced Research in Global Communication is proud to present CARGC Digital Publication 1, Critical Digital Sovereignties, by doctoral students Lauren Bridges, Heather Jaber, Florence Madenga, and Mariela Morales Suárez; doctoral candidate Zane Griffin Talley Cooper; postdoctoral fellows Stanislav Budnitsky, Giang Nguyen-Thu, and Fernanda R.
After a competitive search, the Center for Media at Risk at the Annenberg School for Communication has announced its 2020-2021 postdoctoral fellows: Richard Stupart and Zeyno Ustun.
The event discussed new ways of thinking about digital technology and society in a format that itself helped participants explore how new forms of digital interaction under COVID-19 are changing society.
The Center for Advanced Research in Global Communication (CARGC) at the Annenberg School for Communication at the University of Pennsylvania has appointed two new CARGC postdoctoral fellows for 2020-2022: Jinsook Kim and Hana Masri. CARGC is thrilled to welcome these new fellows, who are bringing fresh ideas and topics to the field of global communication.
Missing Annenberg? Wish you could roam the halls or catch up over a cup of coffee in Suite 200? Well, now you can... virtually!
Etienne Jacquot, Annenberg School IT Support Specialist, has begun creating the 3620 Walnut building in Minecraft. All faculty, staff, and students have access to Minecraft through Penn O365, so everyone is invited to the virtual Annenberg School. You can help construct the building — maybe even recreate your office — or just meet up with fellow Annenbergers.
Sonia Jawaid Shaikh has been named the 2020-22 George Gerbner Postdoctoral Fellow at the Annenberg School for Communication at the University of Pennsylvania.
Aiming to defend in May 2020, Shaikh is currently finishing her dissertation at the Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism at the University of Southern California. Her project explores human collaboration and interaction with AI-enabled technology and its effects on information sharing.
The Center for Media at Risk at the University of Pennsylvania’s Annenberg School for Communication has received a grant from Craig Newmark Philanthropies to bolster its mission of supporting trustworthy media practice and offsetting threats to media scholars and practitioners across the current digital landscape.
This special section on Mediating Islamic State gathers emergent scholarly voices, many deploying humanistic inquiry, to probe a phenomenon that has predominantly been the province of social scientists, in order to explore and understand the players, patterns, and practices that have mediated Islamic State: the communicative ways in which the group has been studied, reported on, visualized, narrated, mocked, spoofed, and resisted.
As the Spring 2020 semester begins, the Annenberg School for Communication and our various research centers welcome four new visiting scholars and one new postdoctoral fellow. These scholars will research alongside and collaborate with Annenberg faculty, staff, and students for anywhere from one semester to several years.
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