Diversity within Diversity: The Lost Voices – The Andrew Jakubowicz Annual Lecture

Today’s media environment has meant that a diversity of voices can now be heard and represented, yet to what extent are the nuances within diverse groups heard? Do these diverse voices within different groups remain silenced as they do not fit certain stereotypes? And what has been the role of media in getting these silenced voices heard? This lecture will discuss this in reference to Arab media representations.

This is the inaugural annual public lecture to be held by the UTS Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences to honour the legacy and ongoing contribution of Emeritus Professor Andrew Jakubowicz in the Faculty. The lecture will be conducted by Professor Saba Bebawi, Journalism Program at UTS.

Registrations required.

Time: Drinks from 5.30pm for a 6pm start

Saba Bebawi is a journalism and media researcher who has published on media power and the role of media in democracy-building, in addition to investigative journalism in conflict and post-conflict regions. She is author of ‘Media Power and Global Television News: The role of Al Jazeera English’, and ‘Investigative Journalism in the Arab World: Issues...
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