Communication CHARRETTE – Journalism’s mnemonic community and the recent decline of the daily newspapers in the United States
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Communication CHARRETTE – Journalism’s mnemonic community and the recent decline of the daily newspapers in the United States

Nicholas Gilewicz, doctoral student at University of Pennsylvania’s prestigious Annenberg School for Communication, will charrette his research on journalism products as lieux de mémoires. Pierre-Carl Lanlgais will provide a response. Communication Charrette Tuesday, 3 December – 2:00pm-3:30pm S09 CELSA, 77 rue de Villiers, 92200 Neuilly-sur-Seine Journalism’s mnemonic community and the recent decline of the daily newspapers … Continue reading

CELSA Accents with Etienne Candel and Joe Walther
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CELSA Accents with Etienne Candel and Joe Walther

CELSA Accents host, Marie Doezema speaks with Dr. Etienne Candel and Dr. Joe Walther about their research into interpersonal communication in online settings. Joe Walther is a professor of communication at Michigan State University. He is the winner of the 2013 Steven H. Chaffee Career Achievement Award from the International Communication Association for his record … Continue reading

Transnational Intercultural Rhetoric: Theorizing through the Figure of the Refugee
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Transnational Intercultural Rhetoric: Theorizing through the Figure of the Refugee

Sara L. McKinnon, Assistant Professor, Department of Communication Arts, University of Wisconsin – Madison will give a talk at CELSA 15 Oct 2013 (6-8pm) CELSA – Grand Amphi 77 rue de Villiers 92200 Neuilly sur Seine, France Scholars in communication studies, linguistics, and writing and composition have taken the “intercultural turn,” yet scholars of rhetoric … Continue reading

CELSA Accents with Emmanuelle Lallement and Brian J. Bowe
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CELSA Accents with Emmanuelle Lallement and Brian J. Bowe

CELSA Accents host, Marie Doezema speaks with Dr. Emmanuelle Lallement and Ph.D candidate, Brian J. Bowe, about their current work. Bowe is concluding research on how Muslims are framed in the media. Lallement continues to explore the ethnography of urban phenomena, including in market exchange, at events and during rituals in the city.  Her most … Continue reading

The Influence of Online Comments
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The Influence of Online Comments

Strange things can happen to us when we are behind a computer screen. Etiquette that we normally observe “in real life” can often fly out the window when we are protected by the anonymity of cyberspace. This, of course, isn’t true for everyone but stories about cyber bullying appear in the news with increasing frequency. … Continue reading

RESEARCH BIO: Adeline Wrona
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RESEARCH BIO: Adeline Wrona

Co-Director of the Journalism Degree Program, Assistant Professor adeline.wrona@celsa.paris-sorbonne.fr +33 1 46 43 76 34 Adeline Wrona is the Co-Director of the Journalism Degree program at the Graduate School of Journalism and Communications of the Sorbonne (CELSA) where she also teaches creative writing, and on subjects pertaining to literature skill, and journalism history. Her research … Continue reading

RESEARCH BIO: Emmanuël Souchier
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RESEARCH BIO: Emmanuël Souchier

Research Director, Professor Emmanuel.Souchier@celsa.paris-sorbonne.fr +33 1 46 43 76 33 As the Director of Research at the Graduate School of Journalism and Communications (CELSA) of the University Paris-Sorbonne, Emmanuël Souchier, leads the work of the interdisciplinary research group on information and communication processes (GRIPIC).  His personal research analyzes the relationships sustained by writings, texts and images … Continue reading