Nour Halabi

Doctoral Candidate

Nour Halabi is a doctoral candidate at the Annenberg School for Communication at the University of Pennsylvania. Her work focuses on the intersection of the global political economy of communication, particularly as it applies to the Middle East, and the impact of media discourse on the representation and treatment of immigrant and refugee populations around the world. Halabi's dissertation provides a cross-national comparative study of four countries, focusing on the impact of the regulatory and media environments on the experience of Syrian exiles and refugees. Her research has been published in the International Journal of Middle East Studies, and in Arab Media and Society. She has presented her research at IAMCR, ICA, Annenberg, The Westminister School, and others.

Halabi received her Licence from the Paris (IV) University- Sorbonne and her Masters from the London School of Economics.

Nour Halabi is a doctoral candidate at the Annenberg School for Communication.

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Halabi's Network

  • Activism, Communication, and Social Justice
  • Culture and Communication
  • Global and Comparative Communication
  • Media Institutions and Systems
  • Political Communication
  • Visual Communication
  • Center for Advanced Research in Global Communication
  • Center for Media at Risk
  • Media Activism Research Collective
  • Visual Communication