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Porto, Mauro P.

Mauro P. Porto  New Orleans, Louisiana, United States Associate Professor, Department of Communication, Tulane University Globe Biography Mauro Porto is Associate Professor of Communication at Tulane University. He studies political communication and is the author of Media Power and Democratization in Brazil: TV Globo and the Dilemmas of Political Accountability (Routledge, 2012). Porto is currently

Nemer, David

David Nemer  Charlottesville, Virginia, United States Assistant Professor, Media Studies, University of Virginia Globe Twitter Biography David Nemer is an Assistant Professor of Media Studies and Affiliated Faculty in Latin American Studies at the University of Virginia. He is the author of “Technology of the Oppressed” (forthcoming February 2022, MIT Press) and “Favela Digital: The

Gonzalez, Carmen

Carmen Gonzalez  Seattle, Washington, United States Dart Endowed Assistant Professor in Trauma, Journalism, and Communication, Department of Communication, University of Washington Globe Biography Carmen Gonzalez is the Dart Endowed Assistant Professor in Trauma, Journalism, and Communication at the University of Washington. Through interdisciplinary and community-based research, her work is focused on digital equity and health

González de Bustamante, Celeste

Celeste González de Bustamante  Tucson, Arizona, United States Professor, School of Journalism; Director, Center for Border and Global Journalism, University of Arizona Globe Twitter Biography Dr. Celeste González de Bustamante directs the Center for Border and Global Journalism at the University of Arizona School of Journalism. She is affiliated with the UA Center for Latin

Gonzales, Amy

Amy Gonzales  Santa Barbara, California, United States Associate Professor, Department of Communication, University of California, Santa Barbara Globe Biography Amy Gonzales is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Communication at the University of California, Santa Barbara. Her work examines the benefits of information and communication technologies for social support,and well-being, and the costs of

Falicov, Tamara L.

Tamara L. Falicov  Lawrence, Kansas, United States Professor, Film and Media Studies, Center for Latin American and Caribbean Studies; Associate Dean, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, University of Kansas Globe Biography Tamara Falicov is a Professor in the Department of Film and Media Studies at the University of Kansas and the Center for Latin

Dodel, Matías

Matías Dodel  Montevideo, Uruguay Associate Professor, Department of Social Sciences, Universidad Católica del Uruguay Globe Twitter Biography Matías Dodel (He/him) holds a PhD in Sociology from the University of Haifa and is currently an Associate Professor at Universidad Católica del Uruguay. His research interests focus on digital inequalities, social stratification, and digital safety. He has

Brambila, Julieta

Julieta Brambila  San Andrés Cholula, Puebla, México Professor of Communication (on leave), Universidad de las Américas Puebla Globe Twitter Biography Julieta Brambila (Ph.D. in Communication at the University of Leeds). She is Professor of Communication (on leave) at the Universidad de las Americas Puebla. Currently, she is finishing a book on “How Journalists Manage Risk

Beltrán, Héctor

Héctor Beltrán  Cambridge, Massachusetts, United States Assistant Professor, Department of Anthropology, Massachusetts Institute of Technology Globe Twitter Biography Héctor Beltrán is Assistant Professor of Anthropology at MIT. He is a sociocultural anthropologist who draws upon his background in computer science to understand how the technical aspects of computing intersect with issues of identity, race, ethnicity,

Bachmann, Ingrid

Ingrid Bachmann  Santiago, Región Metropolitana de Santiago, Chile Associate Professor, School of Communications, Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile Globe Twitter Biography Ingrid Bachmann is an associate professor in the School of Communications at Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile, where she chaired the Journalism Department between 2016 and 2020. A former reporter, her research addresses the