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Navigating the Intersection of Media and Social Justice

A symposium held at Annenberg took a deep dive into what happens when media practices, values, infrastructures, or ownership pose risks to social justice.

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.


The Center for Advanced Research in Global Communication Launches Summer Residency Program for Early Career Scholars

A new writing and research residency at CARGC brought global media scholars from around the region to West Philadelphia.


Netflix in Mexico

Undergraduates Teia Hudson and Miraya Gesheva spent the summer working with Annenberg Assistant Professor Juan Llamas-Rodriguez to look at how streaming in Mexico has changed during the past 10 years.


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.


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.


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