Selected Recent and Forthcoming Talks

Chadwick, A. (forthcoming, 2020). ‘Aspects of the New Media Culture of Indeterminacy: Key Challenges for Communication Research.’ University of Michigan, February 13.

Chadwick, A. (2019). ‘Social Media and the New Crisis of Public Communication, or, What Might a Culture of Indeterminacy Online Look Like? And What Might be its Long-term Implications?’ Keynote. Future of Journalism Biannual Conference, Cardiff University, September 12–13.

Vaccari, C. and Chadwick, A. (2019). ‘Deepfakes and Disinformation: Exploring the Impact of Synthetic Political Video on Deception, Uncertainty, and Trust in News.’ American Political Science Association Annual Meeting, Washington DC, August 29–September 1. (Cristian Vaccari presented).

Chadwick, A. (2019). ‘Misinformation and Trust.’ UK Cabinet Office. August 7.

Vaccari, C. and Chadwick, A. (2019). ‘Deepfakes and Disinformation: Exploring the Impact of Synthetic Political Video on Deception, Uncertainty, and Trust in News.’ International Communication Association Annual Conference, Washington DC, May 24–28. (Cristian Vaccari presented).

Chadwick, A. (2018) “Social Media and the Future of Democracy.” Keynote. UK Political Studies Association Media and Politics Group Annual Conference, University of Nottingham, November 8–9. 

Chadwick, A. (2018) “Social Media and the Future of Democracy.” Keynote. International Journal of Press/Politics Annual Conference. Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism, Oxford University, October 10–12.

Chadwick, A., Vaccari, C. and O’Loughlin, B. (2018) “Do Tabloids Poison the Well of Social Media? Explaining Democratically-Dysfunctional News Sharing.” American Political Science Association Annual Meeting, Boston, August 30–September 2.

Chadwick, A. (2018) “Thinking About the Role of Social Media in the Formation of Public Opinion.” “Big Questions in Political Communication Research” Panel, International Communication Association Annual Conference, Prague, May 24–28.
— Video available here.

Chadwick, A., Vaccari, C. and O’Loughlin, B. (2018) “Do Tabloids Poison the Well of Social Media? Explaining Democratically-Dysfunctional News Sharing. International Communication Association Annual Conference, Prague, May 24–28.

Chadwick, A. (2018) Panel Convenor, “Social Media Platforms: A Crisis of Democracy?” International Communication Association Annual Conference, Prague, May 24–28.

Chadwick, A., Vaccari, C. and O’Loughlin, B. (2018). “Do Tabloids Poison the Well of Social Media? Explaining Democratically-Dysfunctional News Sharing.” Conference on Trump, Brexit and Corbyn: Social Media, Authenticity and Post-Truth Politics, City University, London, May 4.

Chadwick, A. (2017) ‘Turning Celebrity Capital into Political Capital Using Social Media and Mainstream Media: the Case of Donald Trump.’ Keynote. Italian Political Communication Association Annual Conference, LUISS, Rome, December 14–16.

Chadwick, A. (2017) Participant, roundtable. Stavros Niarchos Foundation Agora Institute at Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, October 24–25.

Chadwick, A. (2017) ‘Donald Trump, the 2016 U.S. Presidential Campaign, and the Intensification of the Hybrid Media System.’ Keynote. Association of Internet Researchers (AoIR) Annual Conference, University of Tartu, Estonia, October 18–21.
— Video available here.
— Streaming audio available here.

Chadwick, A. (2017) ‘Donald Trump, the 2016 U.S. Presidential Campaign, and the Intensification of the Hybrid Media System.’ Keynote. Political Communication in Uncertain Times: Digital Technologies, Citizen Participation and Open Governance, IPSA Political Communication Section Conference, University of Navarra, Pamplona, Spain, September 7–8.

Chadwick, A. and McDowell-Naylor, D. (2017) ‘Corbyn, Labour, Digital Media, and the 2017 UK Election.’ The UK General Election of 2017: the Campaigns, Media and Polls. Centre for Research in Communication and Culture/Institute of Advanced Studies, Loughborough University, July 19.
— Slides available here.

Chadwick, A. (2017) ‘Cyber Populism: Are Social Media Damaging Democracy?‘ Royal Institute of International Affairs, Chatham House, London. (Event to discuss Phil Howard and Samantha Bradshaw’s OII report on social media manipulation).
— Podcast available here.

Anstead, N. and Chadwick, A. (2017) ‘A Primary Definer Online: The Construction and Propagation of a Think Tank’s Authority on Social Media.’ International Communication Association Annual Conference, San Diego, May 25–29.

Chadwick, A. and Vaccari, C. (2017) ‘Hybrid Political Media Events, Dual Screening, and Citizen Engagement: Findings from a Large-Scale Project Combining Social Media Data and Panel Surveys.’ Cross-National Perspectives on Digital Democracy, Stanford University/Libera Università Internazionale degli Studi Sociali Guido Carli (LUISS), Rome, April 6-7.

Chadwick, A. (2017) ‘What Does the Mediation of the Edward Snowden Leak Tell us About Organizational Renewal in the Digital Age?’ Digital Organization and Society Group Launch Event, School of Management, Royal Holloway, University of London, February 22.

Chadwick, A., O'Loughlin, B. and Vaccari, C. (2016). ‘Why People Dual Screen Political Debates and Why It Matters for Democratic Engagement’ UK Political Studies Association Media and Politics Group Annual Conference, LSE, December 12–13.

Anstead, N. and Chadwick, A. (2016) ‘Primary Definers Online: Social Media and Think Tank Authority in the UK’ American Political Science Association Annual Meeting, Philadelphia, August 31–September 3.

Chadwick, A., O'Loughlin, B. and Vaccari, C. (2016) ‘Engaging to Influence: How Dual Screening is Reshaping Political Media Events’ American Political Science Association Annual Meeting, Philadephia, August 31–September 3.

Chadwick, A. (2016) ‘The Past, Present, and Future of Digital Politics Research: A Roundtable.’ Convener. American Political Science Association Annual Meeting, Philadelphia, August 31–September 3.

Chadwick, A. (2016) ‘Theory and Theory Building’ Roundtable Participant. American Political Science Association Political Communication Section Annual Preconference. Temple University, Philadelphia, August 31.

Chadwick, A. (2016) ‘They’re Parties, But Not as We Have Known Them: Digital Media and (Dis)organizational Renewal.‘ Cyberparty: Popular Politics in Digital Times, King’s College London, May 13.

Chadwick, A. (2016) ‘The Hybrid Media System Approach to Political Communication: Power, Systems, and Media Logics.‘ Department of Communication, University of Vienna, Austria, April 25.

Chadwick, A. (2016) ‘Media, Engagement, and Political Power Today: Rebalancing the Information-Action Ratio. Keynote to the Finnish Association of Media and Communication Studies Biannual Conference, Helsinki, Finland, April 8–9.

Anstead, N. and Chadwick, A. (2016) ‘Authority, Agenda-Setting, and Power in Economic News-Making: The Institute for Fiscal Studies on Twitter During the 2015 General Election.‘ UK Political Studies Association Annual Conference, Brighton, March 21–23.

Vaccari, C., Chadwick, A. and O’Loughlin (2015) ‘Dual Screening the Political: Media Events, Social Media, and Political Engagement.’ Department of Politics and International Relations, Royal Holloway, University of London, October 21.

Vaccari, C., Chadwick, A., O’Loughlin and Valeriani, A. (2015) ‘Dual Screening the Political: Media Events, Social Media, and Political Engagement.’ American Political Science Association Annual Meeting, San Francisco, September 3–6. (Augusto Valeriani presented).

Chadwick, A. (2015) ‘The Digital Republic Didn’t Happen, But the News Isn’t All Bad: New Communicative Resources for Citizen Engagement.’ Presentation to Admirável Mundo Novo: O Futuro Chegou Cedo Demais?/Brave New World: Has the Future Arrived Too Soon? organized by the Fundação Francisco Manuel dos Santos, held at the Casa da Música, Porto, Portgual, June 12.

I have presented my work at many scholarly meetings in the United Kingdom and in twenty-three different cities outside the United Kingdom. I have given keynote speeches in Canada, Estonia, Finland, Italy, Norway, Portugal, Spain, and the United Kingdom, and invited lectures in Austria, Canada, Italy, Norway, Spain, the United States, at many universities across Britain, and at other public institutions including the Parliament of Canada, the UK Parliament, the UK Cabinet Office, the US Congressional Research Service, the RSA, the US Embassy in London, the Royal Institute of International Affairs (Chatham House), the Institute of Historical Research, the European Parliament Information Office, the UK Labour Party, and Policy Network.

Keynote at the Future Of Journalism Conference, Cardiff, 2019. (Photo: Andy Williams @llantwit)

Keynote at the Future Of Journalism Conference, Cardiff, 2019. (Photo: Andy Williams @llantwit)

Video: “Donald Trump, the 2016 U.S. Presidential Campaign, and the Intensification of the Hybrid Media System.” Keynote address to the Association of Internet Researchers Annual Conference, 2017