Mobile Knowledges Symposium
Saturday, June 8, 2013
9:00am-12:00pm & 2:00 p.m.-5:00 p.m.
Dolores Huerta Room, Student Center, UCSD
Thursday, May 30, 2013
Great Hall at International House, UC San Diego
North Torrey Pines Road & Pangea Drive, La Jolla, CA 92093
Map and parking • PDF flyer (coming soon)
Free. Open to the public. No RSVP.
The talk will be followed by a panel session and Q&A with the audience. The panelists are Babak Rahimi, Associate Professor in the Department of Literature and Program for the Study of Religion; David Serlin, Associate Professor and Chair, Department of Communication; Roshanak Kheshti, Assistant Professor, Department of Ethnic Studies; and Richard Madsen, Distinguished Professor, Department of Sociology.
holds the Knight Chair in Media and Religion at the Annenberg School for Communication & Journalism at the University of Southern California. A national authority on religion and the media as both a journalist and a scholar, her expertise includes religion, politics and the news media as well as religion and the entertainment media. Professor Winston's current research interests are religion and international relations, religion and new media, and the media's role in fostering Americans' religious attitudes and identity. Between 1983 and 1995, Professor Winston covered religion for the Raleigh News and Observer,
the Dallas Times Herald
and the Baltimore Sun
and contributed regularly to the Dallas Morning News
. She has won numerous press association awards and been nominated for a Pulitzer Prize. Her articles also have appeared in the New York Times,Washington Post, Wall Street Journal, Los Angeles Times, Global Post
and the Chronicle of Higher Education
among other publications. Winston holds a Ph.D. from Princeton University as well as Master’s degrees from Harvard Divinity School and the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism. Her published books are Red Hot and Righteous: The Urban Religion of the Salvation Army
(Harvard,1999), Faith in the Market: Religion and Urban Commercial Culture
(Rutgers, 2003) and Small Screen, Picture: Lived Religion and Television
(Baylor, 2009) and the Oxford Handbook on Religion and the American News Media
(2012). [More info