Graduate Students

Lee's research interests include public opinion, political psychology, political polarization, and partisan social identity. 
Mai is a doctoral student at both the Annenberg School for Communication and the Department of Sociology, University of Pennsylvania. His research interests lie at the intersection of social...
Eleanor Marchant's research brings an ethnographic eye to the examination of innovations around new technologies in Africa. For her dissertation, she conducted a year-long ethnography of the...
Elena Maris recently defended her dissertation at the Annenberg School for Communication at the University of Pennsylvania. Her research examines the ways media industries and audiences work to...
Muira McCammon studies digital culture; much of her research seeks to understand how people use communication technologies to talk about and engage with spaces of exception, conflict zones, and...
Lee McGuigan studies the business and cultural histories of television and advertising, the sociology of markets and consumption, and the political economy of technology. He holds a Master’s degree...
Hanna E. Morris researches visual media and climate change. She is the recipient of the 2017 New Directions for Climate Communication Research Fellowship awarded by the International Association for ...
Mukerjee's research interests lie in the area of network dynamics - both as a means to study and analyze collective behavior, and as a means to study online communication. He has a bachelors degree...
Chloé Nurik is a dual degree (Ph.D./J.D.) student at Annenberg and Penn Law. She researches freedom of expression protections and limitations, self-regulation of media industries, media advocacy, and...
Samantha Oliver is a fourth year doctoral candidate at the Annenberg School for Communication at the University of Pennsylvania. Her work involves approaching monuments, memorials museums, and...

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