Invitation-only workshops for media and politics faculty, researchers and students in the D.C. area.
The School of Media and Public Affairs at the George Washington University (SMPA) is hosting a paper workshop series focused on media and politics.
Papers will be made available to participants a week in advance.
The invitation-only presentations take place at 3:45 p.m. on the second and fourth Tuesdays of each month starting Oct. 9, in Room MPA 308 at the School of Media and Public Affairs, 805 21st St. NW.
Refreshments will be served.
Interested in attending or presenting at a future session? Contact us for more information.
Media + Politics Workshop Series Schedule
The Wisdom of Partisan Crowds
Ethan Porter, assistant professor, The George Washington University
Big Data and Investigative Journalism
Trevor Davis, CEO, CounterAction
Monitoring Demonization in US Media: A Semi-Automated System for Documenting Group Vilification
Babak Bahador, associate research professor and director of the Media and Peacebuilding Project, The George Washington University; senior lecturer, University of Canterbury (New Zealand)
The Effect of Affect: Emotion, Cognition and the 2016 Election
Saif Shahin, assistant professor, American University
Terry Flew, professor and assistant dean, Queensland University of Technology
Emma Briant, senior lecturer, University of Essex
Leticia Bode, associate professor, Georgetown University
Steven Livingston, professor, The George Washington University
Yamil Velez, assistant professor, The George Washington University
Liz Suhay, associate professor, American University