Professor Presenting New Research at Global Security Forum

Posted On October 10, 2019
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October 10, 2019

ATLANTA­­—A group of scholars, journalists, and policy-makers from across the globe are preparing to meet in Qatar to discuss issues surrounding disinformation and how it impacts international security. Communication Professor Dr. Mia Bloom will present her new research on malign information campaigns in the Indo Pacific at the Second Global Security… more »

TCV Initiative Welcomes New Research Coordinator

Posted On October 1, 2019
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October 1, 2019

ATLANTA – Monerah Al Mahmoud has joined Georgia State University’s College of Arts & Sciences as a Research Coordinator in the Transcultural Violence and Extremism Initiative (TCV).

Al Mahmoud earned her master’s degree in Human Development and Family Studies from Kent State University in 2012.  She also possesses a bachelor’s degree in… more »

Professor Wins Distinguished Senior Scholar Award from National Group

Posted On August 27, 2019
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August 27, 2019 ATLANTA–Professor of Communication at Georgia State University Dr. Carol Winkler has been recognized for her work by the National Communication Association and the American Forensic Association. Dr. Winkler has been awarded the Senior Scholar Award at the 2019 ALTA Summer Conference on Argumentation for her lifetime contribution to research in the… more »

New Resource for Terrorism and Communication Research

Posted On August 20, 2019
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August 20, 2019

ATLANTA— A team of scholars including a Georgia State University Professor and a Presidential Doctoral Fellow have published a chapter in the latest edition of The Handbook of Communication and Security, edited by Bryan Taylor and Hamilton Bean (Routledge 2019).

The new handbook contains work from highly-respected researchers across the globe and… more »

In the News: Children Caught in the Crossfire

Posted On July 16, 2019
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JULY 16, 2019

ATLANTA— For the children who faced years of jihadist captivity, recovery is slow.

Dr. Mia Bloom is a Professor and Author and part of the university’s Transcultural Conflict and Violent Extremism initiative (TCV).  She recently shared her expertise with an international publication based in Paris about the impacts on the… more »