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From Philly to Delhi: the Inaugural Global Media Cultures International Doctoral Institute

Organized by the Center for Advanced Research in Global Communication (CARGC), the Institute convened students and faculty from Annenberg and the University of Hyderabad.

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.


Forums, Dial-Up, and Satire: 1990s Internet in the Global South

A conference held at Annenberg explored “the long 1990s,” a period of media transformation sparked by something called the internet.

Call for Submissions

International Call for Applications: Postdoctoral Fellowship, Center for Advanced Research in Global Communication

The Center for Advanced Research in Global Communication is now accepting applications for a 2024-2025 postdoctoral fellowship.


Brain Signals Can Predict How Often a News Article Is Shared Online

A new study from the Communication Neuroscience Lab finds that, even across cultures, neural models can reliably predict whether an article is popular on Facebook.

Faculty News

Juan Llamas-Rodriguez Named Associate Director of CARGC

Llamas-Rodriguez will help develop one of the center’s core research themes, "Mobile Borders: Media, Migration & Diasporas."


Doing Global Media Studies: Theories, Practices, Reflections

This year marks the tenth anniversary of the Center for Advanced Research in Global Communication (CARGC) at the Annenberg School...


Trafficking in Antiblackness: Q&A with Lyndsey Beutin (Ph.D. ‘18)

In her new book, Beutin explores the impact of calling human trafficking "modern-day slavery.”

Graduate Student News

Florence Zivaishe Madenga Named George Gerbner Postdoctoral Fellow

Madenga studies journalistic practice in the United States and Zimbabwe.


“Amplifying Their Stories”: Ukrainian Visiting Scholars Spend a Year at Annenberg

For the 2022-23 academic year, Annenberg’s Center for Media at Risk is hosting three Ukrainian scholars and mediamakers, hosting several public events to share their insights and knowledge.