September
4

http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/1461670X.2012.701913

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September
5
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January
10

Our most recent Research Reports in the Columbia Journalism Review http://www.cjr.org/magazine/ :

With Michael Schudson: Any Questions? Sociolinguists study the changes in presidential press conferences over decades. – Columbia Journalism Review, January/February 2011

With Michael Schudson: Snapshots of War: WikiLieaks isn’t the first site to publish controversial material from a war zone. – Columbia Journalism Review, September/October 2010

With Michael Schudson: Philadelphia Story: A study in the City of Brotherly Love suggests what’s been lost, and what can be gained. – Columbia Journalism Review, July/August 2010

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March
29

Nicholas Mirzoeff’s new visual culture e-journal: The New Everyday.

I contributed with a piece entitled “Remembering Through Sharing:”

http://mediacommons.futureofthebook.org/the-new-everyday/mercado

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March
20

Our latest research column with Michael Schudson:  “True to Form: Online Journalism, like Print Journalism, Can Be a Variety of Things” http://www.cjr.org/magazine/ CJR March/April

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February
28

I will give a presentation entitled ‘Images We Do Not Remember’ at the first panel of the Limits of Memory conference at The New School for Social Research. Program: http://newschool.edu/nssr/subpage.aspx?id=44166

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January
31

A Népszabadság Top Felsőoktatási Intézmények 2009 kiadványa számára adtam egy interjút (2009 november 24., 90 – 91. oldal)

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January
31

Our newest piece with Professor Michael Schudson: Beyond Transparency: Is More Information Always a Good Thing? Columbia Journalism Review, January/February 2010 http://www.cjr.org/magazine/

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November
10

Mourning Becomes Electric: The Rituals of Grief Can Still Bring a Fragmented Audience Together  - Columbia Journalism Review, November/December 2009 http://www.cjr.org/magazine/

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September
12

Our first research column with Professor Michael Schudson has been published in the Columbia Journalism Review. The piece is entitledOpening Minds:  Can the Media Persuade Audiences to Embrace a Fresh Outlook?”

Columbia Journalism Review, July/August 2009: http://www.cjr.org/magazine/

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