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Forging Scholarship and Identity Through Family Memories, Afrofuturism, and 1,600 Vinyl Records

As part of his ongoing exploration into multimodal scholarship, doctoral student Antoine Haywood pairs his newly published autoethnographic essay with a curated soundtrack.

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CARGC Press Releases CARGC Special Report by Sara García Santamaría

Beyond “Technological Exception”: Emerging Debates in Cuban Independent Journalism

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Annenberg and SP2 Launch New Digital Media Executive Education Program

It’s designed for media industry professionals, activists, community organizers, nonprofit leaders, and social entrepreneurs looking to build mission-aligned digital media strategies.

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Toward a Better Understanding of "Fake News"

Professor Duncan Watts published a framework for developing a comprehensive research agenda to study the origins, nature, and consequences of misinformation on democracy.

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Media Studies Scholar Sarah Banet-Weiser Researches Gender, Pop Culture, and Feminism

Banet-Weiser will join the Annenberg School faculty on July 1.

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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.

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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?

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Sarah J. Jackson Wins McGannon Award for #HashtagActivism

The book considers the ways in which networks of historically subordinated groups mobilize progressive change on social media.

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Studying ‘Hunters and Busybodies,’ Researchers Measure Different Types of Curiosity

Their analysis opens doors for using curiosity as a tool to improve learning and life satisfaction.