Supervision

Ongoing PhD Projects

Olga Pasitselska: Reception of ideological narratives in the Russian-Ukrainian conflict: The role of identity

  • PhD Project at The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Department of Communication

Krisztian Simon: The effects of donor activity on the freedom of the media in post-communist East and Central Europe and Central Asia

Ieva Zakareviciute: Imag(in)ing conflict and its resolution: The role of the media imagery for shaping the image of violent conflict and peacebuilding

  • PhD Project at Ludwig Maximilian University Munich, Department of Communication Studies
  • supported by Gerda Henkel Foundation
  • Co-Supervisor: Romy Fröhlich

Katsiaryna Stalpouskaya: Automatic extraction of agendas for action from the coverage of violent conflict: Using machine learning techniques

  • PhD Project at Ludwig Maximilian University Munich, Department of Communication Studies
  • supported by the European Union FP7 Collaboration Grant Project INFOCORE
  • Co-Supervisor: Romy Fröhlich

 

PhD Advisory Committees

Sandra Simonsen: Danish media coverage of ethnic violence: An examination of the journalistic representations of violent attacks committed by Muslims

  • PhD Project at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Department of Communication

  • Supervised by Zohar Kampf (Hebrew University of Jerusalem) & Carsten Bagge Lautsen (Aarhus University)

Tracy Adams: Importing memory: Using other nations' collective memory in political speeches