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Chalton McIlwain Named a 'Black Hero of the Internet'

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This week, the Oxford Internet Institute at Oxford University celebrated Media, Culture, and Communication Professor Charlton McIlwain's many contributions to the study of race and media:

"Dr. McIlwain has a global reputation for advancing scholarship in three domains: political communication, race and the media, technology, and society. He is a renowned scholar and is frequently consulted by policymakers because he has built the leading team of race and media researchers and has constructed the network of contemporary scholars working on race and digital media."

 

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Charlton McIlwain

Vice Provost for Faculty Engagement and Development; Professor of Media, Culture, and Communication

cdm1@nyu.edu

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