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Call for Papers: Troubling Translation(s)

Graduate students are invited to submit papers that consider translation as concept, practice, and method.


Exploring Cryptocurrency and Blockchain in Iceland

A virtual reality film, photo series, and soundscape document the effect the industry is having on natural resources and people.

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Call for Submissions: Social Media, Algorithms, News, and Public Engagements in the Asia-Pacific and Beyond

Submissions should examine social media and algorithms in connection to the changing practices in news production and circulation.


Understanding Why Teachers Discriminate Against Minority Students

Teachers in Hungary are more likely to discriminate against Roma students than non-Roma students.


The Many Contradictions of China

Former CARGC postdoctoral fellow Maria Repnikova is fascinated by Chinese political communication.


Center for Advanced Research in Global Communication Releases CARGC Paper 11

Julia Becker (C'18) examines the American and Mexican political climates, immigration rhetoric, and street art as protest.


Center for Advanced Research in Global Communication Releases CARGC Briefs Volume I

The essays include some of the most innovative approaches to understanding Islamic State communication to date.

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Jemmott Receives Grant to Study HIV/AIDS among Youth in Botswana

The researchers will conduct focus groups, consult with community advisory boards, and pilot an intervention program.


New Study Develops Intervention to Increase Healthy Behavior among South African Adolescents

The intervention improved healthy eating and amount of exercise, with effects lasting at least 4.5 years.