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Center for Media at Risk: Intro Colloquium

Center for Media at Risk: Intro Colloquium

Join us in welcoming our 2018-2019 Visiting Scholars!
Center for Media at Risk: SummerCulture 2018 Colloquium

Center for Media at Risk: SummerCulture 2018 Colloquium

Investigating the elements of risk that plagued the German media, broadly defined, during the Holocaust and Cold War.
Challenges of Independent Media in the MENA Region

Challenges of Independent Media in the MENA Region

Audio and photographs from Daoud Kuttab's lecture at the Center for Media at Risk
Dateline-Saigon Film Screening + Talk

Dateline-Saigon Film Screening + Talk

Producer/Director Thomas D. Herman
Imagery, Narrative, Propaganda: Artists in the German Democratic Republic

Imagery, Narrative, Propaganda: Artists in the German Democratic Republic

Curated by Monroe Price, Coordinated by Lauren Rosenblum, Talk by Cornelia Thomsen.
Journalism and Risk: Vanishing Career Paths for Foreign Correspondents

Journalism and Risk: Vanishing Career Paths for Foreign Correspondents

Media and synopsis from Graeme Wood's lecture at the Center for Media at Risk.
Managing Internet Risks With Citizen Behavioral Science

Managing Internet Risks With Citizen Behavioral Science

Media and synopsis of Nathan Matias lecture, “Managing Internet Risks with Citizen Behavioral Science.”
Selfies and the Ethics of the Face

Selfies and the Ethics of the Face

Media and synopsis of Lilie Chouliaraki's lecture at the Center for Media at Risk.
The Media, Putin and Trump

The Media, Putin and Trump

Media and synopsis of Masha Gessen's lecture at the Center for Media at Risk.
The Swiss Referendum on the Abolishment of Public Service Broadcasting

The Swiss Referendum on the Abolishment of Public Service Broadcasting

Media and synopsis of Dr. Manuel Puppis lecture at The Center for Media at Risk.
What is Media at Risk?

What is Media at Risk?

Save the date for the Center for Media at Risk Launch Symposium, a cross-disciplinary conference bringing together media practitioners, media scholars and media organizations to define what “media at risk” means globally in circumstances of political intimidation and what can be done to resist it.
Why Reporting on the Lives and Livelihoods of 800+ Million Rural Indians Should Matter

Why Reporting on the Lives and Livelihoods of 800+ Million Rural Indians Should Matter

Media and synopsis of Shalini Singh colloquium on covering rural India.