Culture and Communication
“Culture” can be defined as the rituals, practices, and symbolic and physical artifacts that shape the behaviors of individuals, groups, institutions, and societies. Communication is central to the construction, maintenance and transmission of culture, as well as to cultural resistance and change. And it is the result of cultural practice. Annenberg’s cultural studies explore the complex relationship between communication and cultural practices and its implications for private, civil, and civic life.
Culture and Communication News
Raymond Williams Professor of Communication
Grace Lee Boggs Professor of Communication and Sociology
Associate Professor of Communication
Walter H. Annenberg Dean
Robert Lewis Shayon Professor of Media Systems & Industries
Assistant Professor of Communication
Elizabeth Ware Packard Professor of Communication
Gregory Bateson Emeritus Professor of Communication
Presidential Associate Professor
Professor of Sociology, School of Arts and Sciences
Associate Professor, School of Social Policy and Practice
Assistant Professor of Africana Studies, School of Arts and Sciences
Professor of Cinema Studies and English, School of Arts and Sciences
Lasry Family Professor of Race Relations, School of Arts and Sciences
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On Monday, February 17, 2020, Stephanie Dinkins of Stony Brook University gave a Control Socities lecture at the Annenberg School entitled "Afro-Now-...
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Joseph Turow, Robert Lewis Shayon Professor of Communication at the Annenberg School, talks about his current research and interests, his approach to...
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How can a site barely upgraded since 1996 remain the leading classified service on the planet? In a new book published by Princeton University Press...
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Authoritarian governments are on the rise worldwide, and their dampening effect on media freedom is a direct threat to the free flow of information...