Regina Lawrence, Turnbull Portland Center and Agora Journalism Center

Regina Lawrence

Practice Areas: Civic Engagement, Voting Behavior, Political Communication, Journalism Innovation

Regina Lawrence is a nationally recognized academic expert in civic engagement, journalism innovation, political communication and gender and politics. At the University of Oregon, she is the research director of the Agora Journalism Center. Regina wrote a book about Hillary Clinton’s 2008 presidential campaign. She is currently the editor of the journal Political Communication. She can also speak to how candidates and reporters use social media as well as the current controversies over police use of force.

Contact: rgl@uoregon.edu | 503-412-3659 | @lawrenceregina

Websites:
http://journalism.uoregon.edu/member/lawrence-regina/
https://agorajournalism.center/


Recent Media:
Combatting disinformation (Taylor & Francis, Sept. 14, 2022)
The media is awash in Trump coverage...again (CNN, June 18, 2022)
SOJC experts weigh in on media coverage of Ukraine war (Around the O, March 14, 2022)
How media coverage, propaganda and COVID-19 are influencing the 2020 election (OPB, Oct. 9, 2020)
When media rely on what police say, they miss key truths about crime, black communities | Will Bunch (The Philadelphia Inquirer, June 18, 2020)
Trump is about to face the first social media impeachment (Mic, Nov. 14, 2019)
How the Florida School Shooting Turned Into a Gun-Control Movement (The Wall Street Journal, Feb. 23, 2018)
When Our Trusted Storytellers Are Also the Abusers (The New York Times, Nov. 30, 2017)
My View: Media must adapt, engage in Trump era (Portland Tribune, Jan. 19, 2017)
Clinton, Trump and gender dynamics pose ‘unprecedented political spectacle' at presidential debate (The Dallas Morning News, Sept. 23, 2016)