I joined Global Voices in September 2016 to oversee NewsFrames.
My work has focused on the intersections of computing and democratic life, whether dissertating in German history, developing International Space Station software, or working on projects like this, this, and this. Most recently, I have worked for The Carter Center, Emory University, and The Center for History and New Media at George Mason University.
I like thinking about data and culture, and am inordinately fond of British murder mysteries, small plastic objects, and at the moment: blind auditions on the different worldwide productions of ‘The Voice.’
Latest posts by Connie Moon Sehat
April 3, 2017
March 29, 2017
All is looking well at NewsFrames and we are happy to announce two new additions to our team: Belen Febres-Cordero and Nevin Thompson. Some of you may already know Nevin...
March 1, 2017
Perhaps the news coverage reflects the state of our national inexperience with discussions over Native American sovereignty.
February 9, 2017
In a democracy, news is an important part of empowering citizens to make their own decisions about governance and other matters. But if news stories sometimes skew the interpretation of issues or people, and as news stories are invariably written by people with their own perspectives, does news ultimately serve the agendas of authors and publishers?
January 17, 2017
Global Voices (GV) seeks a NewsFrames – Rising Voices Community Lead to coordinate a new series of GV stories related to the representation of marginalized communities in media coverage. The NewsFrames – Rising Voices collaboration This collaboration seeks to combine the objectives of two GV initiatives: Rising Voices and NewsFrames….
November 22, 2016
I hope everyone is well. Lately it’s been a roller coaster of emotions for many in our community, so let me start off with happy news. Team Leads I’d like to introduce our first NewsFrames Team Leads: Sana Saleem and Iria Puyosa. Some of you may already know one or…