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New York Times Media Project

 

The media project textually analyzes New York Times articles from 1850 to the present. The objective of the media project is to trace the genealogical representation of Muslims, Arabs, and Islam. Through a 150-year analysis of newspaper articles, interns examine discourses in media representation that often coincide with shifts in international politics, imperial interests, or globalization. The media project is managed by teams of undergraduate interns who work a minimum of one year on the project, though many work two years. The interns present their research at the annual UC Davis Undergraduate Research Conference, and the annual UC Davis’ Middle Eastern/South Asian Studies Research Symposium. Interns also receive formal training in archival research, journalistic textual analysis, and grant writing.

 

Most Recent Undergraduate Research Conference Abstract Book

 

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 Author

 Term

 Conference

 Date

Alegri*

Undergraduate Research Conference2/4/15

 Basar

 Arab Undergraduate Research Conference 2/7/14

 Stanackzai

 Arab Undergraduate Research Conference 2/7/14

 Saeed

 Arab Undergraduate Research Conference 2/7/14

 Shehadeh

 Arab Undergraduate Research Conference 2/7/14

 Chavez

 Barbery Undergraduate Research Conference 5/2/15 

 Hovsepian

 Greek/Eastern Orthodox  Undergraduate Research Conference and MESA Symposium   4/5/18

 Mkrtchiyan

 Moslem Undergraduate Research Conference and MESA Symposium  4/5/18

 Nourkhalaj

 Mussulman Undergraduate Research Conference and MESA Symposium  4/5/18

 Jamaludin

 Sunni Undergraduate Research Conference and MESA Symposium  4/5/18

 Tapia Nunez

 Religious Terminology Undergraduate Research Conference 5/2/15

 Turner

 EWIC Undergraduate Research Conference 2/6/14

          



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