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The Legacy of W.E.B. Du Bois: ‘Something Fresh To Say’

At the 2nd Annual W.E.B. Du Bois Lecture in Public Social Science, sociologists Alden Morris and Tukufu Zuberi discuss Du Bois’ contributions to the field and to humanity.


First-of-Its-Kind Study Analyzes Digital Mourning Practices of Gang-Affiliated Youth

A study led by Prof. Desmond Patton explores how gang-affiliated Black youth use Twitter content, photos, and emojis to memorialize the deceased and navigate feelings of grief and loss.

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.


After #MeToo, Sexual Assault Survivors Still Fight To Be Believed

In their new book, Dean Sarah Banet-Weiser and former postdoctoral fellow Kathryn Claire Higgins explore the work victims of sexual violence go through to be believed.


Navigating the Intersection of Media and Social Justice

A symposium held at Annenberg took a deep dive into what happens when media practices, values, infrastructures, or ownership pose risks to social justice.

Call for Submissions

Call for Abstracts: ICA 2024 Preconference - "Media and Communication in Global Latinidades"

Submissions should address issues of importance about Latinx and Latin American experiences globally.


Back at Annenberg: Susan Roberts (M.A.C. ‘99)

An interview with Susan Roberts about her work as Senior Director of Preschool Content & Consumer Products Research at Nickelodeon.


A Journey Into the Archives of Herbert Schiller, Media Scholar and Critic of American Empire

Annenberg Processing Archivist Andrew Williams explores the Herbert Schiller Collection at the Annenberg School for Communication Library Archives.


Center for Advanced Research in Global Communication Publishes CARGC Paper 19

The paper, “Media and Networks in the Queer API Archive,” was written by Sudeep Bhargava (C'22), former undergraduate fellow at CARGC.


Exploring Life as a New Doctoral Student Through Film

Doctoral student Nya Mbock and a crew of Annenberg staff members made a short film about life as a first-year Ph.D. student.