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How Media Practitioners and Scholars Navigate a Changing World Order

A symposium held by the Center for Media at Risk and the Center for Advanced Research in Global Communication brought together media practitioners from around the globe.

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CARGC Global Media & Communication Podcast Launches on New Books Network

The Global Media & Communication podcast furthers CARGC’s goal to explore multimodal scholarship during the 2022-2023 academic year

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Undergrads Explore National Identity and Nationalism in Washington, D.C.

For SNF Paideia designated course, COMM 4460: Media Industries and Nationalism, students took a class trip to the nation's capital.

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With Media Today’s 8th Edition, Prof. Joseph Turow Charts Media’s Rapid Evolution

Published in September, the new edition of Turow’s classic textbook covers COVID, Spotify, and Netflix.

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Journalist and Activist Maria Ressa on ‘Facts, Truth, Trust’

In the annual Annenberg Lecture, the Nobel Peace Prize winner discussed being the target of online attacks and what it will take to ensure that truth prevails.

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Faculty Video: Juan Llamas-Rodriguez

Meet Assistant Professor Juan Llamas-Rodriguez, who studies the platforms and infrastructure of global communication.

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How Do British South Asian Social Media Influencers Navigate the Intersection of Race, Religion, Ethnicity and Gender Online?

In this Q&A, Prof. Aswin Punathambekar discusses his new paper on life online for three social media influencers, including The Great British Bake Off’s Nadiya Hussain.

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CARGC Press Publishes CARGC Paper 18 by Fernanda R. Rosa

“Tseltal and Zapoteco Shared Networks: The Paths Towards a Pluriversal Internet”

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Penn in Latin America and the Caribbean

The sixth annual conference centered on the theme of ‘Shared Narratives: Arts, Culture, and Conflict.’

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The Future of Globalization in a Fracturing World

Perry World House’s 2022 Global Order Colloquium hosted experts from government, the media, and across the University to tackle the topic of the state of globalization.