In this talk, Robert Talisse (Vanderbilt University) draws from current findings regarding political polarization to argue that, as important a social good as democracy is, it is nonetheless possible for citizens to overdo it.
How can journalists better represent the voices and experiences of Afghan people at this time? Who should we think of as experts on Afghanistan? What does solidarity reporting on Afghanistan look like? Join Azeta Hatef (Emerson College, journalism studies) and Anita Varma (UT Austin, Solidarity Journalism Initiative) for a discussion of key issues in reporting […]
The Center for Media Engagement and The Media and Democracy Data Cooperative invite you the virtual Digital Data Conference (D2C) on April 14 and 15, 2022. D2C brings together researchers collecting and analyzing digital media data to discuss the practice and ethics of digital data research. Day 1 of the conference features a Keynote on […]
Communities of color are being targeted by electoral propaganda. How should policymakers respond? Dr. Samuel Woolley, program director of the Center for Media Engagement propaganda lab, will provide expert testimony on this topic in front of the U.S. House of Representatives. Watch the hearing live on Thursday, April 28 at 9:00 a.m. CST: https://bit.ly/DisinfoHearing