Enrico De Angelis

Independent researcher specialized on media in the Arab world. He holds a PhD from University of Salerno, Italy. He wrote several articles on media and communication in the MENA region and a monograph on media and conflict. He is one of the founders of SyriaUntold and collaborated as a consultant with different NGOs and media organizations. He currently works as a media researcher for Free Press Unlimited and lives in Berlin.

Journalism in Raqqa (IV): War, Reconstruction and Power Struggles

26 April 2019
In this four-part series Yazan Badran and Enrico De Angelis explore the media environment in northeastern Syria. The first three articles will analyse the media context of Rojava, and the...
Journalism in Rojava (III): The Conflicting Identities of Independent Media

13 April 2019
In this four-part series Yazan Badran and Enrico De Angelis explore the media environment in northeastern Syria. The first three articles will analyse the media context of Rojava, and the...
Journalism in Rojava (II): Independent Media Between Freedom and Control

05 April 2019
In this four-part series Yazan Badran and Enrico De Angelis explore the media environment in northeastern Syria. The first three articles will analyse the media context of Rojava, and the...
Journalism in Rojava (I): Media Institutions, Regulations and Organisations

29 March 2019
In this four-part series Yazan Badran and Enrico De Angelis explore the media environment in northeastern Syria. The first three articles will analyse the media context of Rojava, and the...
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