Political Science professor Jelena Subotic is featured in the Financial Times discussing how 75 years after the Holocaust, it is still viewed through different prisms. The article coincides with International Holocaust Remembrance Day observed on January 27th, 2020.
ATLANTA—A new book that looks at the critical role of argument in today’s society brings together experts in the fields of communication at the intersection of social science, politics and public discourse. The volume is edited by Georgia State University professor Dr. Carol Winkler.
“Networking and Argument” presents works from the 20th Biennial Alta… more »
ATLANTA — A new movie about the Centennial Olympic Park bomber is renewing focus on the deadly domestic terror attack and how it was handled. Georgia State University Associate Professor of Communication Dr. Anthony Lemieux spoke recently to The History Channel about how the attack and investigation played out.
ATLANTA—Distinguished Professor Dr. John Horgan is sharing his expertise in the wake of the violent stabbing attack in London. The attacker was already known to authorities, and had been convicted before, but struck again. Horgan weighs in on whether violent extremists can be reformed.
ATLANTA — Facing pressure, the social media site Telegram has stopped hosting ISIS media channels used to share propaganda. Georgia State Professor Dr. Mia Bloom weighs in on what happens when groups are ‘de-platformed’ and what happens to their message. It also has implications for the group’s follower and the terror researchers who… more »
ATLANTA— Dr. Mia Bloom presented the keynote address at Monash University in Australia at the recent conference on gender and terrorism. The summit “Gendered Approaches to Violent Extremism and Terrorism: Building a Research Agenda” was hosted by the Monash Gender, Peace and Security Centre in Melbourne.
The Monash GPS conference brought together experts… more »