Research colloquium schedule announced

The Media School Report • Sept. 8, 2017

The Media School’s weekly colloquium sessions have returned. Listen to faculty members and graduate students from The Media School and beyond discuss their research and findings. Sessions are 12:20-1:10 p.m., every Friday in Franklin Hall 310, and are open to anyone.

Sept. 8

Juliana Raupp, professor of organizational communication at Freie Universität Berlin
Research interests include risk and crisis communication, strategic political communication, social network analysis and evaluation research. 

Sept. 15

Pallavi Rao, doctoral student
Research and creative interests include South Asia, transnational media, Brahminism, feminisms, celebrity, Indian nationalism, globalization and culture.

Sept. 22

Professional development panel: Academic conferences

Sept. 29

Jennifer Midberry, assistant professor in The Media School
Research and creative interests include visual communication, photojournalism, affective responses to visual media, media stereotypes and representations of the Middle East and Islam. She was formerly a photojournalist at the Philadelphia Daily News and former photo editor at AOL News and ABC News.

Oct. 13

Josh Malitsky, associate professor in The Media School and director of the Center for Documentary Research and Practice
Research and creative interests include documentary, film and nation-building and Soviet cinema. He focuses on films made as part of revolutionary political movements in East Europe (USSR,and Yugoslavia) and Latin America (Cuba).

Oct. 20

Suzannah Evans Comfort, assistant professor in The Media School
Research focuses on environmental communication, particularly the role of NGOs in influencing news about environmental issues.

Oct. 27

Edo Steinberg, doctoral candidate
Research and creative interests include humor, satire, political communication, core values, press freedom and Israeli satire.

Nov. 3

Job talk

Nov. 10

Job talk

Nov. 17

Job talk

Dec. 1

Ariella Azoulay, professor of modern culture and media in the Department of Comparative Literature at Brown University
Research includes revolutions from the 18th century and onward, and how history is portrayed through visual media. She has primarily focused on the Israeli political regime.

Dec. 8

Job talk​

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