2019 Digital Ad Supply Chain for News Publishers, Amina A
“Over the course of the last two decades ad buying has shifted from traditional methods—publishers directly dealing with advertisers—to programmatic advertising—using software to buy and sell ads. Driving these shifts, “ad-tech” (advertising technology) giants like Facebook and Google have seen a dramatic increase in their ad revenue while newsrooms across the country and the world have seen declining profits, leading to reduced newsroom staffing and other impacts on news publishing. This project presents a framework for auditing the current advertising supply chain in order to understand its impact on the journalism ecosystem. In particular, the project focuses on advertisement fraud and its effects on user and audience trust.”
2018 Women’s Time, Amina A
An essay on women’s representation and subjectivity today, published in Papercuts Magazine, Volume 19 – available to read here.
2017 Crowd Scientists Say Women’s March in Washington Had 3 Times as Many People as Trump’s Inauguration
New York Times uses video screenshot to make said argument in article
2016 Tonguing Time: Transnational Feminism, Film & Festival, Amina A
Dissertation, published by ProQuest and available online here.
2015 – The Public Image, Dr. Robert Hariman & co-author John Lucaites
Proofread, researched, and assisted with media publishing rights and communication for “The Public Image: Photography and Civic Spectatorship,” Hariman, R. and John Lucaites, (University of Chicago Press, 2016)
2014 – Papercuts Magazine, Desi Writers’ Lounge
Producing content through online collaboration with international team of editors and authors for South Asian Literary Journal
2014 Picture Freedom, Dr. Jasmine Cobb
Proofread, researched and appropriated publication and circulation rights of media/photographs use in: “Picture Freedom: Remaking Black Visuality in the Early Nineteenth Century,” Cobb, J. (New York University Press, 2015)
Communicated and negotiated with academic, governmental, press agencies – both physical and digital archives; Copy-edited articles for journal publication
2013 The Sports Strategist, Dr. Irving Rein & co-authors Ben Shields, Adam Grossman
Researched and presented subject specific content for “The Sports Strategist: Developing Leaders for a High-Performance Industry,” Rein, I., Ben Shields and Adam Grossman (Oxford University Press, 2014)
2010 The News Gap, Dr. Pablo J, Bockowski
Gathered and compiled data from industry journals regarding impact of digital/technological change on news consumption. Presented analysis of trends and forecasts through archival research of CJR, E & P etc. from 1970s-2008 for The News Gap: When the Information Preferences of the Media and the Public Diverge,” Boczkowski, P. & Mitchelstein, E. (MIT Press, 2013)
2008 – 09 The Daily Times, Freelance Columnist
Contributed regularly for a nationally recognized English language publication; published numerous articles on issues and observations related to society and media
2008 LUMS, Dr. Saman Talib
Conducted research aimed toward paper regarding the role of NGOs in building social capital in Pakistan
2006 Annual Progress Report, Civil Society Human & Institutional Development (CHIP)
Wrote and compiled the non-profit organization’s 1st Annual Progress Report 2005 – 2006 through coordination and communication with four different departments, working on dozens of projects, all over Pakistan. The 40-pg report was published and circulated among various internal stakeholders and for external marketing purposes. A published version of it can be accessed here
“Cycles of Contention and Social Movement Networks: New mass media linkages & transnational collective action during the 1848 & 2011 people revolutions,” Amina A. Selected for publication in special issue of Mathal/Mashal: Journal of Islamic and Middle Eastern Multidisciplinary Studies [In Revision]
“Exclusionary Framing: American News Media’s Portrayal of Afghanistan,” Amina A.
“Re-acquiring the Other Women’s Time: Toward a Transnational Feminist Analysis of Mehta’s Water, Neshat’s Women Without Men & Labaki’s Where Do We Go Now?,” Amina A.