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Annemarie Iddins studies the relationship between flows of media, migration and cultural identity, primarily in the modern Maghreb and its diaspora. She is particularly interested in shifting dialectics of power between the nation-state and transnational networks, and between traditional news media and new media from the perspective of cultural and postcolonial studies. Prior to coming to Michigan, she received an M.A. in Mass Communication Research from the University of Minnesota and spent a year in Morocco as a Rotary Ambassadorial Scholar. Annemarie's recent work has looked at linguistic politics in Morocco through the lens of Telquel, a popular Moroccan newsmagazine, and changes in context of the "Arab Spring".
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