2022 Midterms: NYU’s CSMaP Seminar Series


Generation Gap: Why the Baby Boomers Still Dominate American Politics and Culture The Baby Boomers are the largest and most powerful generation in recent American history. They dominate cultural and […]

2022 Midterms: NYU’s CSMaP Seminar Series


Beyond Facebook and Twitter: The Impact of New and Niche Platforms For years, Facebook and Twitter dominated scholarly research about the social media landscape. But in the last few years, […]

Elihu Katz Colloquium: Lauren Feldman (Ph.D. ’08), Rutgers University

Hybrid Annenberg Room 500 and on Zoom

Lauren Feldman is an Associate Professor in the School of Communication & Information at Rutgers University. Her current research emphasizes three primary areas of interest: climate change communication, partisan media […]

GWU IDDP: Nina Hall in Conversation with Dave Karpf

George Washington University Institute for Data, Democracy, and Politics

On¬†Thursday, February 16 at 11am ET¬†Dave Karpf will be in conversation with Nina Hall about her recent book¬†Transnational Advocacy in the Digital Era. In her book Nina does what no […]

EU Disinfo Lab: A CERN for the Information Environment

Alicia Wanless, Director of the Partnership for Countering Influence Operations at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, will present during this EU DisinfoLab webinar her study, co-written with Jacob N. […]

Call for Proposals | European Media and Information Fund

The European Media and Information Fund (EMIF) opened three calls for proposals for projects in Europe aiming to fight disinformation on 27 January 2023. EMIF will distribute up to ‚ā¨4,800,000 […]