Global Communication Studies

2021 CARGC Fellows Early Career Symposium

About the Symposium

On suddenly sparse streets, artists confront the grim reality of the moment. With a nod to the anti-globalization movement or the music notes seemingly playing off the guest that has overstayed its welcome, both messages diagnose the ailment and gesture toward a hope for and belief in change. In a moment shaped by closures — of borders, stores, schools, offices, jobs, and, for many, a dream of “going back to normal” — what openings are made possible?

VIRTUAL EVENT — Fourth Biennial CARGC Symposium

Turkish television drama is one of the leading global media phenomena of the last decade. In this virtual, invitation-only workshop, CARGC scholars and others will share their research on the global life of Turkish television drama, grappling with questions such as:

CARGC Book Talk: Payal Arora, Erasmus University Rotterdam

About the Talk

A digital anthropologist examines the online lives of millions of people in China, India, Brazil, and across the Middle East—home to most of the world’s internet users—and discovers that what they are doing is not what we imagine.

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