Teaching and Learning Global Media Studies

02 Mar 2017 - 12:00pm to 2:00pm
Annenberg School for Communication, Room 500

** Please note this event will be livestreamed at asc.upenn.edu/live **

On the occasion of the launch of Global Media Studies (Toby Miller & Marwan M. Kraidy, Polity, 2016), a distinguished panel of global media studies scholar-teachers discusses connections between their research and pedagogical practices. What is global media studies? What theories and methods does the field encompass? What are recent and emerging patterns in global media studies? What types of courses, undergraduate and graduate, are typically taught under that rubric? What are best pedagogical practices in the field?

Confirmed Speakers:

Christopher Ali, University of Virginia's Department of Media Studies; CARGC Fellow

Fabienne Darling-Wolf, Temple University's School of Media and Communication

Marwan M. Kraidy, University of Pennsylvania's Annenberg School for Communication

Toby Miller, University of California Riverside's Department of Media and Cultural Studies (Emeritus)

Nancy Morris, Temple University's School of Media and Communication

Patrick Murphy, Temple University's School of Media and Communication

This event is co-sponsored by the School of Media and Communication, Temple University.

Lunch begins at 11:45. Space is limited, RSVP to marina.krikorian@asc.upenn.edu.


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