Congratulations to several ARNIC members for recent publications!
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.