November 29, 2016
CEU Visiting Professor Dean Starkman's book "The Watchdog That Didn't Bark: The Financial Crisis and the Disappearance of Investigative Journalism" was chosen by Stanford's James T. Hamilton as one of the top five tomes on the economics of news.
November 3, 2015
Edited by Center for Media, Data and Society fellows Lina Dencik and Oliver Leistert, Critical Perspectives on Social Media and Protest takes a much-needed critical approach to the relationship between social media and protest. Highlighting key issues and concerns in contemporary forms of social media activism, including questions of censorship, surveillance, individualism, and temporality, the book combines contributions from some of the most active scholars in the field today.
October 15, 2015
Sejal Parmar, assistant professor of law in the Department of Legal Studies at CEU, is one of ten expert contributors of “Journalism at Risk,” a new book from the Council of Europe examining the role of journalism in democratic societies. Parmar’s chapter analyzes the “The international human rights protection of journalists.”
May 4, 2015
Should we fear or welcome the internet’s evolution? The “internet of things” is the rapidly growing network of everyday objects—eyeglasses, cars, thermostats—made smart with sensors and internet addresses. Soon we will live in a pervasive yet invisible network of everyday objects that communicate with one another. In this original and provocative book, Director of the Center for Media, Data and Society Philip N.