In the past few months, several of our student ARNIC members have written publications that have been accepted into esteemed academic journals. Please join us in congratulating these scholars!
- Arul Chib (PhD 2007) & Hoan Nguyen (Annenberg Doctoral Student), “Essentialist Identities as Resistance to Immobilities: Communicative Mobilities of Vietnamese Foreign Brides in Singapore,” International Journal of Communication.
- Nathaniel Ming Curran, (Annenberg Doctoral Student): “A Reflection on South Korea’s Broadband Success,” Media, Culture & Society, Crosscurrents section (accepted for publication).
- Rachel Moran (Annenberg Doctoral Candidate): Deciding what’s true: The rise of political fact-checking in American journalism (book review), New Media & Society
- Cerianne Robertson (Pictured above—Annenberg Doctoral Student): The Media Event Build-Up Phase: A Site of Contestation and Counternarratives, International Journal of Communication.
If you have questions about these publications, feel free to contact the ARNIC research assistant, Sierra Bray, at firstname.lastname@example.org, who can put you in contact with these authors.