Tag Archives: Conferences

MARC Students & Faculty at #ICA16

More than a dozen MARC students and faculty are presenting research at the International Communication Association’s 66th Annual Conference in Fukuoka, Japan. Stop by their panels for exciting discussions about media, activism, and social justice. FRIDAY, JUNE 10 9:30 – 10:45 Fighting the Continuum of Violence From Flaming and Street Harassment to Domestic Violence and Rape (Nire) […]

Schedule for PROTEST, A Graduate Student Conference

We are pleased to announce the schedule for PROTEST, a graduate student conference co-organized by MARC and Gender, Sexuality, and Women’s Studies at Penn. The conference will take place on Thursday, April 21, and Friday, April 22 in Cohen Hall at the University of Pennsylvania. Protest Schedule Thursday, April 21, 2016, Terrace Room, Cohen Hall 8:30am-9:00am: COFFEE, LIGHT […]

MARC and Gender, Sexuality, and Women’s Studies at Penn Present: Protest, A Graduate Student Conference

The Gender, Sexuality, and Women’s Studies Program at the University of Pennsylvania is hosting its 3rd biannual graduate student conference, co-organized with the Annenberg School for Communications’ Media Activism Research Collective. The theme this year is “Protest” and will feature a keynote address by Marcia Ochoa and presentation by Isa Noyola. Please circulate widely and […]

Biocode: Exploring the Edge

This week at the University of Pennsylvania, academics, activism, and art will converge at Biocode: Performing Transgression After New Media, a three-day conference envisioned and organized by Penn graduate students across several departments, including gender studies, education, communication, English, history of art, and political science. From April 9 through April 11, Biocode participants will lead audience members through […]

International Conference on Communication and the Public: Social Media and Public Engagement

Call for Papers We are in an age of proverbial transformations in media and communication technologies. How these transformations may have changed the meaning of publics such as readers, audience, listeners, and viewers and how people use new media to confront new issues as citizens, consumers, community members, and volunteers are questions at the cutting […]