CCT Professor J.R. Osborn's new book, Letters of Light: Arabic Script in Calligraphy, Print, and Digital Design, is scheduled for publication with Harvard University Press in May 2017. Pre-order it now on Amazon!
The Future of Privacy Forum welcomes CCT Prof. Leslie Harris as a senior fellow to perform research on the challenges surrounding the exchange of administrative data between businesses and researchers.
The book aims to deepen the understanding of the complex relationship between evolving digital technologies and entangled politics developments in the Middle East. It is the culmination of a collaborative study that was conducted under the ‘Politics and the Media in the Post-Arab Spring Middle East’ research initiative by Georgetown University’s Center for International and Regional Studies (CIRS).
Congrats to CCT alum Ken Wake and current CCT student Lauren Brielle Neville on their acceptance to the University of Oxford! Ken will join the Executive MBA program at Saïd Business School this winter. Lauren will research the uses of new technologies for wildlife conservation in pursuit of a Masters of Science in Biodiversity, Conservation and Management.
From the inception of gnovis in Fall 2007, we have been proud to publish outstanding and relevant research in the fields of Communication, Culture and Technology. The Fall 2016 edition of this journal is no different. This is our third print edition (17th web edition) and the culmination of a season’s hard work by our graduate student staff, our dedicated team of peer-reviewers, and our engaging authors.
CCT Affiliate Professor Mohamed Zayani's book on cyber activism has been awarded the 2016 Toyin Falola Africa Book Award, conferred by the Association of Global South Studies (AGSS) to recognize the best book on Africa.