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Doing Global Media Studies: Theories, Practices, Reflections

Various Times
  • Annenberg School for Communication & Zoom

Please join us on March 22 & 23, 2023 for a biennial CARGC fellows’ symposium to reflect on the importance of global methods and concepts in the field of communication and media studies.

Elihu Katz Colloquia: Emily Vraga, University of Minnesota

  • Hybrid Event: Room 500 and on Zoom

"Making Correction Visible: Strategies to Address Misinformation on Social Media"

Gerbner Fellow Lecture: Pawel Popiel (Ph.D. '20)

  • Annenberg School for Communication, Room 500

“The Politics of Digital Platform Regulation”  

First Books Series: Aria S. Halliday, University of Kentucky

  • USC Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism, Room 207

The second Annenberg C3 First Books event for spring 2023 will be a discussion with Aria S. Halliday about her new book, "Buy Black: How Black Women Transformed U.S. Pop Culture" (University of Illinois Press, 2022).

Democratizing the Internet: Platforms, Pipes, Possibilities

  • Annenberg School for Communication, Room 500

What does an internet for the people look like?

Center for Media at Risk Forum: How is War Changing Media Futures in Ukraine?

  • Annenberg School, Room 109 + Forum

Photography Exhibit Opening and Media Futures Forum

Symposium on Digital Activism in Pandemic Times

  • Annenberg School for Communication

The Center on Digital Culture and Society (CDCS) and the Media, Inequality & Change Center (MIC), present the symposium: “Digital Activism in Pandemic Times”

2023 George Gerbner Lecture in Communication: Keren Tenenboim-Weinblatt (Ph.D. '11)

  • Annenberg School for Communication, Room 109

"Cultivating collective futures: Mediated projections and their socio-political implications"

Elihu Katz Colloquia: Andrew V. Papachristos, Northwestern University

  • Hybrid Event: Annenberg Room 500 and on Zoom

Title and Abstract Forthcoming

Communication Senior Honors & ComPS Capstone Thesis Poster Session

  • Annenberg School for Communication Plaza Lobby

Undergraduate Communication majors will present their year-long individual research projects