In this installment of CARGC Books, Sharmila Sen (Harvard University Press) discusses Not Quite Not White: Losing and Finding Race in America, following her April 4, 2019 CARGC Book Talk.
Global and Comparative Communication Videos
In this installment of CARGC Books, Cynthia Miller-Idriss (American University) discusses Seeing the World: How US Universities Make Knowledge in a Global Era following her February 28, 2019 CARGC Book Talk.
September 20, 2018: Hector Amaya, Professor of Media Studies at the University of Virginia, delivered the 2018 CARGC Distinguished Lecture in Global Communication, "Almost Failing: Mexico’s Violence, Space, and Discourse."
Panel V - Body, Gender, Power
Heather Jaber, CARGC, Annenberg School for Communication
Mediation, Moderation, and Melodrama: The Portrayal of ISIS in Al Gharabeeb Al Soud
Weeda Mehran, Georgia State University
“You Will be More Beautiful, Have More Jewelries, and a Wardrobe Full of Fine Dresses”: The Promise of Heavenly Rewards for Female Militancy
Mohammed Salih, CARGC, Annenberg School for Communication
The Islamic State and Biopolitics: Power, Triviality and the Camp
Chair: Yasemin Y. Celikkol, CARGC, Annenberg School for Communication
Panel IV - Image, Sound, Affect
Kareem El Damanhoury, Georgia State University
The Social Media Battle for Mosul: Visual Framing Analysis of Daesh’s Imagery in Ninawa Province
Rayya El Zein, CARGC, Annenberg School for Communication (not included in video)
Hearing Familiar Friends and Foes: Sonic Racialization and the Mediation of IS
Christoph Günther, University of Mainz
Iconic Socioclasm: Idol-Breaking and the Dawn of a New Social Order
Chair: Jamal Elias, University of Pennsylvania