Assoc. Prof. Gül Esra Atalay
Üskudar University, Faculty of Communication, Department of Journalism, Istanbul Turkey. Director of Ü.Ü. İLİMER
Topic: When Disaster Strikes: A Critical Analysis of the Media's Response to the Turkey Earthquake
Gül Esra Atalay gained her Ph.D. from the Institute of Social Sciences, Department of Journalism, Istanbul University, in 2014. In 2020, she obtained the title “associate professor” in the field of communication studies.
She has been working at Uskudar University, Faculty of Communication, Department of Journalism in Istanbul, Turkey since 2016. At the same time, she is the director of Üskudar University “Human-Oriented Communication Application and Research Center” (ILIMER). She has been lecturing on sociology, sociology of communication, alternative journalism, and new media. Her research interests focus on journalism, new media, social media, and their interaction with society.
He received his PhD from Faculty of mass communication- Cairo University.
He has worked as a journalist for 22 years. He taught as assistant professor in a number of Yemeni universities. He has carried out many research about media and published them in the Arabic academic journals.
She is a teaching assistant at the National University, and a PhD student in West Asia. She worked as a news anchor on Al-Mustaqbal channel for 3 years. She got her master’s degree from the National University.
He is Yemeni researcher and journalist. He completed my bachelor’s degree from Sana’a University. He has worked in the field of journalism for 20 years. He is a member of the International Federation of Journalists. He is a head of the Studies Center at Al-Thawra Press Foundation (the largest Yemeni press institution). He published hundreds of newspaper articles and a number of academic studies. His interests are scientific research and literature.
Nisa Nur Celiktas is pursuing a master’s at SOAS, University of London. She is currently working on her master’s thesis on cultural hegemony and its relation with tv series on Turkish States channels. Her areas of interest lie in cultural anthropology, sociology of religion and especially the relationship between religion and cinema.
Melanie Borrego is the Associate Dean for Undergraduate Education and Professor of English at the University of Massachusetts Global. Dr. Borrego is responsible for general education program development and student assessment. She also coordinates the Associate of Arts and BA in Applied Studies Degree programs.
Anastasia Karampela is a research associate at the University of Athens. She holds a master’s degree in Digital Communication Media and Interaction Environments and a bachelor’s in Communication and Media Studies. Her research interests are related to the integration of data science and ΑΙ technologies in the media field, more specifically AI for fake news detection, natural language processing, and data journalism.
Jiayu Chen (UW-Madison, B.S., University of Cambridge, M.Phil.) worked in multiple universities including NYUSH and FDU, also as a freelance designer and education consultant. Chen is currently working in Xiamen Institute of Technology, lecturing on Intercultural Communication. Her research interests focus on creativity, new media, and digitally mediated cultural experiences.
Juan Filipe Stacul is an Assistant Professor at the Federal Institute of Goiás (IFG – Brazil) and Local Representative of International Relations. He holds a Ph.D. in Brazilian Literature from the Pontifical Catholic University of Minas Gerais (PUC Minas). His areas of interest include feminist criticism, men’s studies, queer theory, contemporary Brazilian writers (such as Caio Fernando Abreu, Rubem Fonseca, and Miguel Maravilla), subjectivity, gender, and alterity.
Dr. Jaqueline Costa Ribeiro
Carrying out a PhD in Communications Science at the University of Coimbra, Portugal
Topic: NeuroNumbers – A volunteer mapping of censored content on social media
Jaqueline Costa Ribeiro is a producer, researcher and journalist who was born in Itapevi (São Paulo/Brazil). She graduated with an Arts degree in Television and Radio from University Bandeirante of São Paulo, where she also completed a Postgraduate Diploma in Television Communications. She moved to Dublin, Ireland in 2014, where she obtained a First-Class Honours Master’s degree in Journalism and Media Communications at Griffith College. While attending Griffith College, she collaborated on a magazine called Footprint that won the “Small Publication of the Year award” at the Irish National Student Media Awards (SMEDIAS), a fantastic achievement. Living in Ireland, she has also worked for The Irish Catholic newspaper. In addition, Jackie has completed extension courses in digital media, esthetics and communications, marketing, TV business and TV administration.
Jackie is currently carrying out a PhD in Communications Science at the University of Coimbra, Portugal where she is also launching a project called NeuroNumbers, which is a volunteer mapping (database) of censored content on social media.
Todd Allen is an Associate Professor at Kansai University, Japan, where he teaches courses in academic writing and intercultural communication. His research interests include sociopragmatics, intercultural education, and academic writing development.
Yixuan Ma is a multimedia practitioner and community activist. She is actively involved in sustainability practices in the public and private sectors as well as interdisciplinary media studies with an emphasis on feminism, anti-ageism, multiculturalism, and public welfare.
He has Masters of Arts (Media production), Coventry University, UK. Assistant Lecturer and website manager Cihan University Erbil. Lecturer at Media department and Director of Statistics & information bank, Erbil polytechnic to university.
She studied at University of Leicester under the guidance of Prof. Athina Karatzogianni and Prof. John Goodwin . Her research interests focus on Saudi women entrepreneurs using social media for empowerment in the workforce in the Saudi Arabia context, documenting Saudi women entrepreneurs’ presence in their work environment through environmental portraits; thesis title is ‘Environmental Portraits of Saudi Women Entrepreneurs: A Digital Ethnography Study on Instagram’. She worked as an educator in Abdul Latif Jameel Academy for women’s education and as a freelancer in the Media industry. Abeer holds a BA in Mass-Comm. Journalism from King Abdulaziz University, as well as an MA in Arts from Kingston University London. She participated in international art exhibitions, and she published two self-publications.
Jiaqi Yao is a student from Ningbo Tech University, China, majoring in Network and New Media. Her research interests include public relations, crisis communication, and media and society.
Maria Júlia Vieira has a Master in Communication, Networks and Technologies and a PhD student in New Media at the University of Aveiro in Portugal. His academic life is based on research within convergence culture, digital media, transmedia storytelling, video games and pop culture. In addition to currently working in the area of Digital Marketing and social media.