Hey Folks - please share widely - GSU's [Georgia State University] Department of Communication is hiring a tenure track assistant or advanced assistant professor of Global Media.
"We seek candidates with active research interests in media practices, ecologies, technologies and/or governance from a global or comparative perspective. Candidates should be able to teach courses in the Journalism (undergraduate) and Media & Society (graduate) programs, as well as develop PhD seminars in his/her particular areas of expertise. Global communication is a major area of emphasis in the Department’s doctoral program. The work of area faculty is supported by strong connections to international media and policy organizations. The candidate will be closely associated with the Center for Global Information Studies (CGIS), a recently re-launched research center dedicated to the study of the geopolitics of technology and ICT policy. CGIS receives grant support for projects on strategic communication, public diplomacy, radicalization, comparative information policies, and Internet governance."
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