Global and Comparative Communication Videos

Uploaded on 13 Feb 2015

September 26, 2014: The Social Science Research Council, Project for Advanced Research in Global Communication (PARGC), the Annenberg School for Communication, and the Department of Sociology of the School of Arts and Sciences, University of Pennsylvania cosponsored a one-day symposium titled "Symbolic Dimensions of Mediated Activism in Inter-Asia." The third panel, "Protest parks and digital geographies," featured presentations by Payal Arora, Annemarie Iddins, and Elaine Yuan. View full program here.

Uploaded on 13 Feb 2015

September 26, 2014: The Social Science Research Council, Project for Advanced Research in Global Communication (PARGC), the Annenberg School for Communication, and the Department of Sociology of the School of Arts and Sciences, University of Pennsylvania cosponsored a one-day symposium titled "Symbolic Dimensions of Mediated Activism in Inter-Asia." The second panel, "Conceptual vocabularies and historical comparisons," featured presentations by Steven Schrag, Guobin Yang and Min Jiang. View full program here.

Uploaded on 13 Feb 2015

September 26, 2014: The Social Science Research Council, Project for Advanced Research in Global Communication (PARGC), the Annenberg School for Communication, and the Department of Sociology of the School of Arts and Sciences, University of Pennsylvania cosponsored a one-day symposium titled "Symbolic Dimensions of Mediated Activism in Inter-Asia." The first panel, "Visual narratives and corporeal symbols," featured presentations by Radha Hegde, Wazhmah Osman, and Marwan M. Kraidy. View full program here.

Uploaded on 12 Feb 2015

February 5, 2015 - Online Public Sphere and the Authoritarian State in Turkey.  Guest lecture by Bilge Yesil, an Associate Professor of Media Culture at the College of Staten Island, City University of New York.

Uploaded on 30 Jan 2015

December 11, 2014: Annenberg's Project for Advanced Research in Global Communication presented an Annenberg doctoral student panel featuring Elisabetta Ferrari, Kevin Gotkin, Katerina Girginova, Yoel Roth, and Deborah Lui. Through an array of bite-sized presentations this panel introduces a diverse set of contexts then explores and theorizes their user generated content (UGC) as a generative, complex and contentious creative practice. 

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