Fall 2014 Communication Colloquium

Fall 2014 Communication Colloquium
SEPT
12
Robert W. Gehl,University of Utah Department of Communication
"Power/Freedom on the Dark Web: A Digital Ethnography of the Dark Web Social Network"
SEPT
19
Patrick Burkart,Texas A&M University Department of Communication
"Pirate Politics and Digital Rights Activism: The View from the EU"
SEPT
26
Dan Canary,University of Utah Department of Communication
"A Theory of Minimally Rational Argument: How Barely Thinking Wins"
OCT
09
THURS @ 7pm
Greg Elmer,Ryerson University Infoscape Research Lab
A Special Screening of the Documentary 'Preempting Dissent' (in LNCO 1100)
OCT
10
Greg Elmer,Ryerson University Infoscape Research Lab
"A Masterclass in Open-Source Documentary Making"
NOV
07

Talia Stroud and Scott Stroud,University of Texas at Austin College of Communication
"Partisanship and its Challenges to Communication"

*Will be held in Hinckley Caucus Room OSH 253

NOV
14
Jim Anderson and Mike Middleton,University of Utah Department of Communication
"Sixty Years of Theory: Lessons from Anaylsis"
Fridays @ noon -- LNC0 2120 (Reading Room)