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Alisha Patel

Alisha Patel is a Research Associate at PCMLP, currently working on the MeCoDem project. As part of the Kenya team, she is conducting research on the role of print media in democratic transitions and conflicts, using content analysis as a methodological framework. Other research interests and projects focus on the media and political mobilisation; the […]

Toussaint Nothias

Toussaint Nothias is a media scholar working as a Researcher for the MeCoDEM project. As part of the Oxford team, he is conducting research on journalistic ethics and practices in Kenya. Toussaint is also a PhD candidate in the School of Media and Communication at the University of Leeds. His thesis provides a comparative analysis […]

Nevena Krivokapić

Nevena Krivokapić graduated from the Faculty of Law, University of Belgrade and is specializing in Media Law. During her studies, she was a member of the Faculty’s winning team at the Monroe E. Price Media Law Moot Court Competition. She has been involved in the Price Moot Court Competition for the last two years and […]

Kamille Adair Morgan

An attorney-at-law and Jamaica Rhodes Scholar, Kamille is reading for the D.Phil in Law at Mansfield College, University of Oxford. She describes herself as a moot court enthusiast, having participated in various moots as a competitor, judge, coach and organiser. Kamille provides technical support for the Price Media Law Moot Court Regional Rounds and coordinates […]

Anthony Fargo

Visitor Anthony L. Fargo, Ph.D, is Director at the Center for International Media Law and Policy Studies, Indiana University School of Journalism. He has also been an Associate Professor since 2004. His research focuses on legal issues raised by newsgathering practices and techniques, specifically issues raised by the relationships between reporters and sources. Recent work […]

Terrine Friday

Visitor Terrine Friday is a Master of Laws student at the Osgoode Hall Law School, York University (Toronto, Canada) and a Research Assistant at the Polis Institute, London School of Economics and Political Science. Her research interests include media law and policy, human rights, legal theory, social justice, cultural studies, gender and race, inequalities, and […]

Hui Xue

Visitor Hui Xue joins us from the Soft Power Advocacy & Research Centre at Macquarie University, where she is a PhD student in International Communication. During her stay she will be conducting a comparative analysis of users’ reflections concerning their experiences on Weibo in China and Twitter in the EU, regarding state privacy regulation, platform […]

Daniel Haley

Visitor Daniel Haley joins us from the Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law, Yeshiva University, where he is a J.D. Candidate in Law. Though interested in media law in general, Daniel is particularly focused on the rise of ‘paid news’ in India (political parties and/or corporations creating treaties with media companies in exchange for favourable […]

Emanuele Fantini

Dr Emanuele Fantini is a political scientist specialised in development studies. His research focuses on: i) the political and moral economy of water governance, looking in particular at the interaction between knowledge/technology and nature in shaping power relations and everyday practices of water management; ii) the process of state formation in Africa, looking in particular […]

Danlin Li

Visitor Professor Danlin Li joins us from the School of Political Science and Law, The Communication University of China, where she is Head of the Law Department. Her research interests are media policy, media law and regulation, public interest under the new media regulation and the influence of new media and globalisation of the media […]