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Faculty Publications


Welcome Class of 2019 to Media Studies. Please note that you must complete the declaration by April 28, 2017 or re-apply next year.


William Little is featured in UVA Magazine. You can read the article here.

Join UVA Media Studies professor Aynne Kokas on October 5 as she examines Hollywood’s major Chinese investments, how China's policies are transforming what we understand as Hollywood, and US influence on Chinese media. Grounds on the Go brings the University of Virginia's most prominent scholars to the Charlottesville community for lively presentations on  timely topics!

Wyatt Andrews, Professor of Practice and 3-time emmy award winner, has been nominated for an emmy for his work on Face the Nation, "Protests in Baltimore" in the category of Outstanding News Discussion and Analysis.

Did you know that we have our very own rock star in the Media Studies Department? Check out this article "School of Rock: Professor Probes Rock ’n’ Roll’s Complex Racial History" to find out more.

Jack Hamilton will participate in a panel titled "Meet Your New History Teacher, Beyonce", on Thursday, September 15th at 1:00pm in the Ruth Caplin Theater. More information can be found here.

Siva Vaidhyanathan will participate in a panel on Podcasts: Reinventing Storytelling on Friday, September 16th at 10:00am in Nau 101. More information can be found here.

Chris Ali has just published an online article, "Achieving universal broadband: What the FCC can and cannot do".

Lana Swartz was recently on the BBC News Hour discussing the end of cash. You can listen to the podcast here.

Professor Jack Hamilton's new book, Just Around Midnight has just been published by Harvard University Press.