“Global Media and Information Literacy Week, commemorated annually, is a major occasion for mobilizing worldwide stakeholders to raise awareness in order to increase national take-up and celebrate the progress achieved towards Media and Information Literacy for All – underlining the importance of this Global Week.” [source: UNESCO]
By Burçe Çelik
Ambitious and comprehensive, Communications in Turkey and the Ottoman Empire merges political economy with social history to challenge Western-centered assumptions about the origins and development of modern communications.
By Kristie Soares
Daring and original, Playful Protest examines how Latinx creators resist the idea that joy only exists outside politics and activist struggle.
By Martin Marinos
A timely and innovative analysis, Free to Hate reveals where structural changes in media intersect with right-wing populism.
Edited by Lisa Parks, Julia Velkova, and Sander de Ridder
A fascinating foray into an expanding landscape of media studies, Media Backends illuminates the behind-the-screen processes influencing our digital lives.
By Margot Susca
Margot Susca reveals the little-known history of how private investment took over the newspaper industry.