Faculty Videos

Uploaded on 17 Oct 2017

In her new book, to be published Nov. 2017 by The MIT Press, Sandra González-Bailón explains how new tools are allowing us to understand social life through the lens of digital data. González-Bailón is an Assistant Professor of Communication at the Annenberg School for Communication at the University of Pennsylvania. Read more about her book here: https://mitpress.mit.edu/books/decodi...

Uploaded on 25 Sep 2017

This is the first video in a series by the Institute of Advanced Studies at Loughbrough University in which world-leading academics are invited in discussion with Loughborough academics to relate cutting edge issues within their disciplines to wider contemporary issues. In it, Professor Barbie Zelizer of the Annenberg school speaks with Loughbrough Professor James Stanyan on the need to reimagine journalism in the modern era.

Uploaded on 13 Sep 2017

The Center for Media at Risk, which will be launching in Spring 2018, is devoted to fostering free and critical media practice and scholarship. Political intimidation threatens media practitioners worldwide, while disinformation campaigns destabilize public trust. The Center will provide a hub for practical and scholarly discussions of the global media environment and how its practitioners work under threatening political conditions. Here, Barbie Zelizer, the center's director and the Raymond Williams Professor of Communication at the Annenberg School, offers an overview of the Center and its aims. 

Uploaded on 10 Aug 2017

Professor Sandra González-Bailón gave a lecture entitled Decoding the Social World at Princeton University's Summer Institute in Computational Social Science.

Uploaded on 25 Jul 2017

A keynote plenary given by Barbie Zelizer, Raymond Williams Professor of Communication at the Annenberg School for Communication. Delivered via video on July 25, 2017 to a conference entitled "Freedom of Expression: Facing up to the Threat" in Doha, Qatar, organized by the National Human Rights Committee of the State of Qatar, the International Federation of Journalists, and the International Institute of Journalism. 

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