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Narratives of COVID-19 in China and the World

The two-day symposium covered a broad range of topics, from racism against Chinese students studying in the United States to digital workplace surveillance of Chinese workers.


Guobin Yang Named Interim Director of the Center for Advanced Research in Global Communication

Yang will be filling in at CARGC after Marwan Kraidy's departure in June.


Twitter Bots May Not Be as Influential as You Think

A new study from Professor Sandra González-Bailón found that verified media accounts are more central in the spread of information on Twitter than bots.

Graduate Student News

Doctoral Student Florence Madenga Studies Journalism, Censorship, and Internet Shutdowns on the African Continent

What counts as journalism and what doesn’t? Why are certain types of storytelling censored and others aren’t?


CARGC Press Releases CARGC Paper 14 by Giang Nguyen-Thu

“Hectic Slowness: Precarious Temporalities of Care in Vietnam’s Digital Mamasphere”


Bergère Named 2020-21 Mellon Digital Humanities Fellow

Bergère will develop a multi-lingual digital exhibition about the taxation of internet data in Guinea and Benin.

Undergraduate News

Toni Walker C'20 Visits South Africa to Study Black Womxn and Queer Artists

Her research explores the nuances of freedom and democracy particularly for marginalized communities.


Center for Advanced Research in Global Communication Releases CARGC Digital Publication 1

The publication includes contributions from Professor Marwan M. Kraidy and eight students and postdocs.


Center for Media at Risk Appoints Two Postdoctoral Fellows for 2020-2021

Zeyno Ustun has been appointed for a second year, and Richard Stupart will join Annenberg in August.