Celeste M. Wagner

Doctoral Student

Celeste M. Wagner is a Ph.D. student and CARGC fellow at Annenberg. She is broadly interested in political communication and entertainment, and particularly in the role of the media in the shaping of attitudes and behavior around social issues. She received her bachelor's degree in Communication from Universidad de San Andrés in Argentina, her home country.

Prior to attending Annenberg, she was one of the Research Coordinators at MESO Argentina (Center for the Study of Media and Society in Argentina), co-directed by Pablo J. Boczkowski (Professor, Northwestern University) and Eugenia Mitchelstein (Professor, Universidad de San Andrés), for whom she was a research assistant during the elaboration of their book The News Gap: When the Information Preferences of the Media and the Public Diverge (2013, The MIT Press). She is currently a Research Affiliate at MESO. 

Wagner is also very passionate about teaching. In 2015, she received the "Teaching Award," given to the best Teaching Assistant at Universidad de San Andrés. 

Celeste M. Wagner is a doctoral student and CARGC fellow at the Annenberg School for Communication. 

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Wagner's Network

  • Culture and Communication
  • Global and Comparative Communication
  • Media and Communication Effects
  • Political Communication
  • Center for Advanced Research in Global Communication