The School of Media and Public Affairs at the George Washington University (SMPA) is hosting a paper workshop series focused on media and politics.
The invitation-only presentations take place on the second and fourth Tuesdays of each month at the School of Media and Public Affairs, 805 21st St. NW.
Papers will be made available to participants in advance and light refreshments will be served.
Interested in attending or presenting at a future session? Contact us for more information.
Terry Flew, professor and assistant dean, Queensland University of Technology
'Propaganda Machine: The Hidden Story of Cambridge Analytica and the Digital Influence Industry'
Emma Briant, senior lecturer, University of Essex
Terrorism, Refugees and Trust in Comparative Context
Shana Gadarian, associate professor, Syracuse University
Tuning In, Not Turning Out: Ethic Television and Political Participation
Yamil Velez, assistant professor, The George Washington University
How Party Politics Influences The Communication of Scientific Expertise in Congress
Liz Suhay, associate professor, American University
Persuasion in Parallel
Alex Coppock, assistant professor, Yale University
Presented in partnership with GW's Department of Political Science
Strike for America: The Causal Effect of Mass Teacher Strikes on Public Opinion
Alex Hertel-Fernandez, assistant professor, Columbia University
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