Emmy Noether Group Participates in the Annual Conference of International Communication Association

 

 

Researchers of the Emmy Noether group presented two papers at the annual conference of the International Communication Association that took place on May 24-28, 2018 in Prague, Czech Republic. 

 

Florian Toepfl presented his paper “Comparing Authoritarian Publics: The Benefits and Risks of Three Types of Publics for Autocrats”. Anna Litvinenko talked about her research on political video-blogging in the Russian social networks that she co-authored with Svetlana Bodrunova, of St. Petersburg University. 

 

The Emmy Noether Group also hosted a reception for scholars of post-Soviet media studies. The event aimed to give scholars interested in post-Soviet media studies an opportunity to connect with their colleagues from all over the world during the ICA conference.