Selected Recent Talks

I have participated as an invited speaker in several international workshops and presented my papers in peer reviewed conferences.

Taberez A. Neyazi (2022). “More Challenges (and Triumphs) in Comparative Political Communication Research.” Hybrid RoundTable discussion in a workshop on Broadening Our Approach: A Workshop on Comparative Political Communication, (March 27-28). Organized by Duke University and hosted by the DeWitt Wallace Center for Media & Democracy, USA.

Taberez A. Neyazi (2022). “social Media, Misinformation, and Elections in India.”  DRUMS: Distortions, Rumours, Untruths, Misinformation & Smears, (March 21). organized by S. Rajaratnam School of International Studies, Nanyang Technological University (NTU), Singapore.

Taberez A. Neyazi (2021). “Paths Forward for Civil Society Responses to Disinformation: the South and Southeast Asian Context.” Virtual RoundTable discussion, (February 3), organized by National Endowment for Democracy’s International Forum for Democratic Studies and Asia Program.

Taberez A. Neyazi (2020). “The challenges of publishing research from and about the Global South and what we can be done about it.” Virtual RoundTable discussion, organized by Ana Langer and Janet Steele at the sixth conference of The International Journal of Press/Politics, (September 21-24),

Taberez A. Neyazi and Kazuya Nakamizo (2019). “Populist Appeals and Party Support in Bihar, India”. American Political Science Association Annual meetings (Aug 28 to Sep 2), Washington DC, USA.

Taberez A. Neyazi, Annisa R. Beta and Burhanuddin Muhtadi (2019). “Campaign, Disinformation and Influence in the 2019 Indonesian National Elections”. American Political Science Association Annual meetings (Aug 28 to Sep 2), Washington DC, USA.

Taberez A. Neyazi (2019). “Political Trust and Muslim Minority in India”. Eleventh International Convention of Asia Scholars (ICAS 11), (July 16–19), Leiden, The Netherlands.

Taberez A. Neyazi. (2019). Discussant for two sessions for experts workshop on “Digital Democracy in ASEAN in the Age of Digitalization”, organized by the German-Southeast Asian Center of Excellence for Public Policy and Good Governance (CPG) at Thammasat’s Faculty of Law (December 2–3), Bangkok, Thailand.

Taberez A. Neyazi, Andreas Schuck and Holli A. Semetko (2019). “Anger, Fear and Hope: The Mediating Role of Emotions in Elections in a non-Western context. International Communication Association’s 69th Annual Conference (ICA), (May 24–28), Washington DC, USA.

Taberez A. Neyazi. (2018).“New Media and Political Voice”, Transnational Law Summit 2018 at King’s College London, panel titled, Writing as Activism: (Social) Media & Public Interventions” (April 10–13), London, UK. 

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