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Colloquium Series

Spring 2018 Schedule

Time: 1:30pm in 102 Mann (unless otherwise noted)

February 2018

  • February 5th: Drs. Sahara Byrne, Jeff Niederdeppe, and Amelia Greiner Safi, Cornell University (in 458 Mann Library Building)
  • February 12th: Dr. Katherine Sender, University of Michigan (in 175 Warren Hall)
  • February 28th: Dr. Janis Whitlock, Cornell University (in 458 Mann Library Building at 1pm)

March 2018

  • March 7th: Dr. Pablo Boczkowski, Northwestern University (in 458 Mann Library Building)
  • March 19th: Dr. Annette Markham, Arhaus University

April 2018

  • April 16th: Dr. Kai Liu, Beijing Jiaotong University, China
  • April 30th: Dr. Joseph Turow, University of Pennsylvania

May 2018

  • May 9th: ICA Preview Talks and Undergraduate Honors Thesis Presentations

If you would like to be added to the Communication Colloquium Series list serve to receive reminders of these events, please send a request to Joanna.


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Brooke Duffy on female entrepreneurship and social in media in The Chronicle

Apr 3, 2017
Brooke Duffy was interviewed by the Cornell Chronicle for her research on self-employed women working in digital creative industries (such as blogging or marketing), who feel compelled to conduct business online in a traditionally feminine way. The research was published in article entitled, "Gender and Self-Enterprise in the Social Media Age: A Digital Double Bind" in Information, Communication and Society. Read more

New issue of COMMconnect

Mar 1, 2017
We're happy to announce the publication of the fall 2016/winter 2017 Department of Communication newsletter, COMMconnectRead more

Lee Humphreys publishes new edited collection, Digital Media

Feb 28, 2017
Lee Humphreys published a new edited collection, entitled Digital Media.
Blurb: The age of digital media has given rise to a new social world. It is a world in which the transmission of information from the few to the many is steadily being supplanted by the multi-directional flow of facts, lies, and ideas. It is a world in which hundreds of millions of people are voluntarily depositing large amounts of personal details in publicly accessible databases. It is a world in which interpersonal relationships are increasingly being conducted in the virtual sphere. Above all, this is a world that seems to be veering off in unpredictable ways from the trends of the immediate past. This book is a probing examination of that world, and of the changes that it has ushered into our lives.
In more than thirty essays by a wide range of scholars, this must-have second edition examines the impact of digital media in six areas—information, persuasion, community, gender and sexuality, surveillance and privacy, and cross-cultural communication—and offers an invaluable guide for students and scholars alike. With one exception, all essays are completely new or revised for this volume.” Read more

Jon Schuldt featured in the Chronicle

Jan 27, 2017
Jon Schuldt's recently published research, "Brief Exposure to Pope Francis Heightens Moral Beliefs About Climate Change," is featured in the Cornell Chronicle. The article was published online in the journal Climatic Change. Read more