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Center for Advanced Research in Global Communication Publishes CARGC Paper 19

The paper, “Media and Networks in the Queer API Archive,” was written by Sudeep Bhargava (C'22), former undergraduate fellow at CARGC.

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Sharing the Stories of Community Media Makers in Philadelphia

Doctoral candidate Antoine Haywood is documenting the work and lives of Black, Indigenous, and People of Color (BIPOC) media makers in Philadelphia.

Research

Aging on Screen and on the Page: Changing Depictions of Older People in the Media

A conference held at Annenberg took a deep dive into how gender, age, and aging are portrayed in the media, and the implications for society.

Graduate Student News

Exploring Inequalities in Health Through Cognitive Science and Family Conversation

Doctoral candidate Mary E. Andrews believes that personal stories can help people live healthier lives.

Faculty News

Desmond Patton and the Science of Being Human

Patton discusses his research in social media and violence, finding an interdisciplinary career in social work, communication, data science, and psychiatry, and why his open-mindedness never stops.

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A Message to the Annenberg Community on the Supreme Court Affirmative Action Ruling

Interim Dean Michael X. Delli Carpini reaffirms Annenberg's commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion.

Faculty News

Political and Computational Researcher Deen Freelon to Join Annenberg School Faculty 

Freelon, a specialist in the way social media and digital technology are used to express individuals’ politics and identities, will begin on July 1.

Alumni

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.”

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New Juneteenth Documentary Explores Notions of Freedom and Citizenship

An exclusive Penn screening of the film produced by the Annenberg Public Policy Center (APPC), plus a conversation with activist Opal Lee and Penn’s Mary Frances Berry, moderated by APPC’s Director of Outreach and Curriculum Andrea (Ang) Reidell, takes place on Feb. 28.

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‘Fight for it:’ Nikole Hannah-Jones on abolition, reparations, and building a more just future

Journalist Hannah-Jones delivered the 22nd annual Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Lecture in Social Justice in conversation with Sarah Jackson of the Annenberg School for Communication.