Chilex: The Economy of Transnational Media Culture
“Chilex: The Economy of Transnational Media Culture” originally appeared in Mediations 22 (1999): 86–111, and was revised and reprinted in Cultural Logic 3.1 (2000).
Cultural Politics, Rhetoric, and the Essay: A Comparison of Emerson and Rodó
“Cultural Politics, Rhetoric, and the Essay: A Comparison of Emerson and Rodó” appeared in CLCWeb: Comparative Literature and Culture 2.1 (2000).
Can a Russian-funded cable network actually promote free press in the U.S.?
What will happen to RT America when Al Jazeera America shuts down?
Penn State's Center for Global Studies, which is directed by Sophia McClennen, awards $142,950 in awards for research and scholarship
The Center for Global Studies (CGS) at Penn State recently presented $142,950 in awards to faculty members and students whose work advances research and projects in global studies. The principal mission of the center is to “cross boundaries and build bridges” by linking themes of sustainability, social justice and ethical leadership within a global context.
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