I’m Juliette, an assistant professor at Université de Montréal (Canada).
I work at the intersection of journalism studies and digital technologies, with an emphasis on the materiality of newsmaking.
This blog is used as a repository for my academic (and related) work, as a point of contact and maybe as a storage area for random thoughts.
Parfois en Français, mostly in English.
After completing my dissertation at the university of Brussels (Université libre de Bruxelles – ULB), I was a post-doctoral researcher at CUNY Graduate School of Journalism, benefiting from a B.A.E.F fellowship. Since January 2014, I’m an assistant professor at Université de Montréal.
About this blog:
This blog is not deemed to be frantically updated every hour. It will be used as a repository for my academic (and related) work, as a point of contact, and maybe as a storage area for random note-to-self thoughts. Hopefully, it will constitute a space open to interaction and a way of not being too restricted by the frontiers of academia.
French is my mother tongue, but I will try to write as much as possible in English – the pleasures and diktats of globalization. Don’t be surprised, however, if this blog appears to be linguistically unstable (and sometimes approximate).