This fall, NYU’s Center for Social Media and Politics will bring together leading scholars for a virtual seminar series exploring the intersection of social media, politics, and democracy ahead of the 2022 midterm elections.
Full panel and speaker information is available at our website: https://csmapnyu.org/news-views/events/2022-midterms-csmap-seminar-series
October 12: Media Consumption, Misinformation, and Polarization
Featuring Homa Hosseinmardi (University of Pennsylvania), Joshua Kalla (Yale University), Jonathan Nagler (NYU's CSMaP), and Magdalena Wojcieszak (UC-Davis).
October 19: Using Social Media to Drive the Political Conversation
Featuring: Maggie Macdonald (NYU's CSMaP), Shannon McGregor (UNC CITAP), Annelise Russell (University of Kentucky), and Zeve Sanderson (NYU's CSMaP).
October 26: Generation Gap: Why the Boomers Still Dominate American Politics and Culture
A book talk featuring Kevin Munger (Penn State University) and Charlotte Alter (TIME National Correspondent).
November 2: Beyond Facebook and Twitter: The Impact of New and Niche Platforms
Featuring Parker Bach (UNC CITAP), Megan A. Brown (NYU's CSMaP), David Thiel (Stanford Internet Observatory), and Joshua A. Tucker (NYU's CSMaP).