Global and Comparative Communication Videos

Uploaded on 10 Apr 2014

April 10, 2014: Annenberg's Project for Advanced Research in Global Communication (PARGC) hosted its inaugural symposium titled "The Revolutionary Public Sphere: Contention, Communication and Culture in the Arab Uprisings." The first panel, "Music, Memory, Contention," featured presentations by Yakein Abdelmagid, Omar Al-Ghazzi, Nouri Gana, and Shayna Silverstein. View full program here.

Uploaded on 10 Apr 2014

April 10, 2014: Annenberg's Project for Advanced Research in Global Communication (PARGC) hosted its inaugural symposium titled "The Revolutionary Public Sphere: Contention, Communication and Culture in the Arab Uprisings." The second panel, "Power, Performance, Violence," featured presentations by Walter Armbrust, Tarek El-Ariss, Leila Tayeb, and Edward Ziter. View full program here.

Uploaded on 10 Apr 2014

April 10, 2014: Annenberg's Project for Advanced Research in Global Communication (PARGC) hosted its inaugural symposium titled "The Revolutionary Public Sphere: Contention, Communication and Culture in the Arab Uprisings." The third panel, "Images, Inscription, Space," featured presentations by Anahi Alviso-Marino, Nour Halabi, Adel Iskandar, and Amal Khalaf. View full program here.

Uploaded on 10 Apr 2014

April 10, 2014: Annenberg's Project for Advanced Research in Global Communication (PARGC) hosted its inaugural symposium titled "The Revolutionary Public Sphere: Contention, Communication and Culture in the Arab Uprisings." The forth panel, "Memes, Screens, Networks,” featured presentations by Donatella Della Rata, Marc Owen Jones, and Jakob Skovgaard-Petersen. View full program here.

Uploaded on 27 Mar 2014

March 27, 2014: Annenberg's Project for Advanced Research in Global Communication presented a colloquium by Mimi Sheller, Ph.D., professor of sociology and founding director of the Center for Mobilities Research and Policy. Sheller’s presentation, titled “The Ethics of Connected Mobility in a Disconnected World: Bridging Uneven Topologies of Hertzian Space in Post-Disaster Haiti,” drew on research in post-earthquake Haiti, exploring how natural disasters demobilize and remobilize, producing uneven mobility and communication systems that reinforce unequal distributions of network capital and exacerbate uneven access to communication networks.

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