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Job news!

Image by sean hobson on Flickr, CC BY 2.0.

I am excited to announce that I will be starting at the School of Communications at Dublin City University in Dublin, Ireland as Lecturer in Journalism in September. Looking forward to new teaching and research challenges, a new country and community to explore, and new adventures! Thanks to the Philip Merrill College of Journalism at UMD for being my home these past four years, to Sarah Oates for being the best mentor and academic advisor, and to my family and my partner for bearing with me as I was figuring out what came next.

If you’re a fellow media and society researcher in Ireland and want to meet up, ping me!

 

 

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Two Recent Stories on Ukraine: YanukovychLeaks and Fact-Checking Crimea

Linking to two recent stories I did for Global Voices on the developments in Ukraine:

Ukrainian Journalists Take Regime’s Corruption Public With YanukovychLeaks: Journalists deep dive for drowned documents left behind by ousted President Yanukovych at his lavish estate, and create a public online database of regime corruption.

Ukraine’s Activists Debunk Russian Myths on Crimea: As tensions escalate with Ukraine accusing Russia of invading its autonomous southern region Crimea, Ukrainian activists are busy debunking false news in Russian media by sifting fact from propaganda online.

Follow more Global Voices coverage of Ukraine, Russia and Euromaidan protests.

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