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Call for Artists: Present Futures - Experiments in Feminist Futurity

A contemporary art exhibition envisioning feminist solidarities across space and time, in everyday life, with an outlook towards “the future we want to see, right now, in the present”


New Postdoctoral Fellow to Join CDCS

Lucy March will join the Center on Digital Culture and Society in Fall 2024.

Call for Applications: Postdoctoral Fellowship - Center on Digital Culture and Society

The one-year fellowship runs from August 2024 until August 2025, and applications are due by March 15.

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Call for Papers: ICA 2024 Pre-Conference - "Reimagining Digital Activism: Navigating Complexities and Forging New Perspectives"

With the proliferation of digital technologies, activism has experienced exponential growth, garnering attention from public debates, journalism, and academia over...


Annenberg Welcomes Visiting Scholars and Postdoctoral Fellows for 2023-24

A new academic year brings new faces to Annenberg and many of its centers.

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Call for Abstracts: 2024 CDCS Symposium - Everyday Forms of Digital Activism and Resistance

Submissions should explore everyday forms of digital activism and resistance around the world. The symposium will take place at the Annenberg School for Communication at the University of Pennsylvania on April 18-19, 2024.


Three New Postdoctoral Fellows to Join CDCS

The Center on Digital Culture and Society (CDCS) announced today that it will be hosting three new postdoctoral fellows this...

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Huang and Leigh Awarded GAPSA-Provost Fellowships for Interdisciplinary Innovation

The fellowship funding will support Shengchun Huang and Tyler Leigh’s dissertation research.

CDCS Call for Applications for Post-doctoral Fellowships, 2023-2024

The Center on Digital Culture and Society (CDCS) is accepting applications for Post-doctoral Fellowships, 2023-2024. Submit by February 15, 2023.


Annenberg Faculty on Queen Elizabeth II's Passing

In Penn Today, Professor Aswin Punathambekar and postdoctoral fellow Katerina Girginova give their thoughts on Queen Elizabeth II's legacy and discuss her death as a historical event.