Annenberg Center For Communication
Theme: The Meaning of the New Networked Age
The Annenberg Center for Communication (ACC) at the University of
Southern California (USC) invites applications for research fellows
to take part in a major interdisciplinary research initiative
exploring the "The Meaning of the New Networked Age: Innovation,
Content, Society, and Policy." We are especially interested in
interdisciplinary research related to technology, politics and civic
engagement, communication law and policy, and peer-to-peer production/
distribution of culture and knowledge.
All fellowships are for residency during the 2006-07 academic year.
Postdoctoral Fellowships (up to 8 positions)
For scholars who have completed their Ph.D since 2001. However,
researchers with at least four years of relevant, real-world
experience will also be considered. The fellowship carries a stipend
of $45,000 in addition to a limited amount of funds to support
research and relocation expenses.
Senior Visiting Scholar (1 position)
The senior visiting scholar position is intended for a mid-career
scholar with a well established track record and demonstrated
leadership/expertise related to the theme. The stipend will be
commensurate with the scholar's current position. ACC will also
provide a limited amount of funds to support research and relocation
Deadline for receipt in our office, is April 30, 2006. For more
details and application information, go to www.annenberg.edu, or
contact ACC at 213-743-4647l; eharmon who-is-at annenberg.edu.
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