Annemarie Iddins

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  • Fields of Study
    • the politics of culture
    • globalization and cultural geography
    • modernity, migration and media activism
    • communication in the contemporary Maghreb
  • About

    Annemarie Iddins is a doctoral candidate in the Department of Communication Studies at the University of Michigan. She studies the relationship between modernity, cultural geography and media activism, primarily in the Maghreb and its diaspora. Annemarie is particularly interested in the role of media in social and political engagement, as well as its possibilities as a site of contention over political projects. Prior to coming to Michigan, she received a B.A. in Journalism and Francophone Studies from the University of St. Thomas in St. Paul, Minn., an M.A. in Mass Communication Research from the University of Minnesota and spent a year in Rabat, Morocco as a Rotary Ambassadorial Scholar. Annemarie's dissertation looks at the politics of culture in modern Morocco through developments in Maghrebi cinema, blogging collectives and independent media.

  • Education
    • B.A., Journalism and Francophone Studies (double major), University of St. Thomas (Saint Paul, MN), 2008
    • M.A., Mass Communication Research, University of Minnesota, 2010