Monthly Archives: March 2018

Religions and media a never-ending field of study

Rick Clifton Moore, Boise State University One of the invigorating aspects of studying religion and media is that there is an endless supply of subject matter. Each day new “case studies” (so to speak) avail themselves. Indeed, a rewarding element that occurs in reviewing papers for RMIG–and, of course, attending presentations at the conference–is hearing […]

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Reflections on a student trip to Haiti

By Michael Longinow, Biola University To teach visual journalism in Haiti is as much about lenses, tripods and audio levels as it is about the spiritual. My colleagues and I landed in Port-Au-Prince on a Sunday morning at about 9 a.m. The shuttle taking us from the airport to our compound sped by sidewalks packed […]

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Spring 2018 newsletter

Greetings, RMIG! In this edition of the newsletter: AEJMC Deadline is April 1 The annual AEJMC national convention is back in Washington, D.C., in August. The call for papers at the intersection of media and religion is posted along with the general call. Papers for all divisions and interest groups must be submitted through All […]

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Chapter Summary

The Internet and New Communication Dynamics among Diasporic Muslims: Opportunities, Challenges, and Paradoxes By Sahar Khamis, Ph.D. University of Maryland, College Park The chapter titled “The Internet and New Communication Dynamics among Diasporic Muslims: Opportunities, Challenges, and Paradoxes,” was authored by Prof. Sahar Khamis, Associate Professor of Communication at the University of Maryland, College Park, […]

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