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Daily Archives: April 5, 2017

Media Career Fair Thurs. April 27th

Seeking a job or internship within the media industry? Come to the Media Career Fair to meet employers! To register and view employers, download the know.careers app Thursday, April 27, 1:00–4:00 p.m. University Center, 63 Fifth Avenue Check-in: Event Café, lower level

2017 Mixed Messages Program Announced

2017 Mixed Messages Program     Lívia Sá dos Santos Distant Memories of a Coup  This is a participatory multimedia project that builds on the participants’ personal reflections through the usage of postcards, audio interviews and Super 8mm footage, which individually explore different Brazilians’ memories and their

EML Brazil film series

Next up in our Brazil film series will be the 2004 documentary Estamira. We hope you can join us this Friday evening, 4/7 at 6:30pm Room 050 underneath the Lang Café. Here’s a synopsis of the film from Peter Lucas and attached are images. Estamira,

Honoring Excellence in Journalism

Honoring Excellence in Journalism On Thursday, April 6th, join us for The George Polk Awards at the Kumble Theater for the Performing Arts, LIU Brooklyn. Hear top investigative journalists discuss the current media environment. The 2016 presidential election made way for the comeback of investigative reporting in a lightening-fast media landscape.

WOMEN + MEDIA CAREER SUMMIT

WOMEN + MEDIA CAREER SUMMIT Friday, April 21, 2017 9:00am 5:00pm The New York Stock Exchange 11 Wall Street New York, NY, 10005 United States Join CFC for the Center’s inaugural Women + Media Career Summit, a full-day forum highlighting opportunities in areas of the business

Crowds, Mobs, Masses and Publics Thinking our populist moment

Crowds, Mobs, Masses and Publics Thinking our populist moment Keynote Speaker: Mabel Berezin, Cornell University Continuity and Contingency: Thinking Sociologically about Right Wing Politics in Europe and Beyond Opening Speaker: Jürgen Mackert, Potsdam University “We, the People”–Populism and Modern Democracy From Brexit to Trump, from