Organisateur et président de séances

Communicating across Cultural Borders: Re-conceptualizing Western-Muslim Interactions. (with Karim H. Karim)
May 29, 2014 -- 1:30 - 3:00 pm. East Academic 108.

Canadian Communication Association / Annual Conference. Congress of the Canadian Federation for the Humanities and Social Sciences. (May 28 - 30, 2014). Brock University, St. Catharines, Ontario, Canada.

Karim H. Karim (Carleton University, Canada). Western-Muslim Relations and the Clash of Ignorance.

Mahmoud Eid (University of Ottawa, Canada). Media Portrayals of Muslims in Western Societies: A Critical Review.

Yasmin Jiwani (Concordia University, Canada). The Violence of Exceptionalism – Constructions of Worthy Victimhood.

Faiza Hirji (McMaster University, Canada). Beyond Stereotypes: Producing Alternative Media Discourses on Muslims.

Crisis Decision-Making Under Conditions of Imperfect Information.June 4, 2008 -- 1:45 - 3:15 pm. Session C 7.

Canadian Communication Association / Annual Conference. Congress of the Canadian Federation for the Humanities and Social Sciences. (June 4 - 6, 2008). University of British Columbia, Vancouver, B.C., Canada.

Mahmoud Eid (University of Ottawa, Canada). The Media Intervention in the 2003 War on Iraq: A Mathematical Analysis of Crisis Communication Decision-Making.

David Clifton (University of Ottawa, Canada). Framing, Conflict and the Issue-Attention Cycle.

Daniel Paré (University of Ottawa, Canada). The Politics of Standardizing Internationlized Domain Names.

Isaac Nahon-Serfaty (University of Ottawa, Canada). Fragmentation and Perception of Risk: The Case of the Women's Health Initiative Study.
Cyber-Terrorism and the Information Sword.August 2, 2006 -- 10:00 am - 12:55 pm.

Information-MFCSIT'06 - The 4th International Conference on Information, Information'06, and the 4th Irish Conference on the Mathematical Foundations of Computer Science and Information Technology'06, MFCSIT'06. (Aug. 1-5, 2006). National University of Ireland, Cork, Ireland and International Information Institute, Tokyo, Japan. University College Cork, Cork, Ireland.
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Maura Conway (Dublin City University, Ireland). Islamists and the Internet.

Aliaa Dakroury (Carleton University, Canada). Anti- and Counter-Terrorism: Snagging the Practice of a Human Right to Communicate.

Mahmoud Eid (University of Ottawa, Canada). Cyber-Terrorism in the Information Age: Actors, Communications, Tactics, Targets, and Influences.

Dal Yong Jin (Simon Fraser University, Canada). Critical Interpretation of Broadband Services: Increasing Cyberterrorism in the Information Age.

Michael Real and Diana Beeson (Royal Roads University, Canada). Cyber-Terrorism, Information Warfare, and the Olympics: An Application of Information Filter Theory (Chomsky & Herman) to Security against Terrorism in the Modern Olympics.

Georgios Terzis and Bert Smeets (Vesalius College, Vrije Universiteit Brussel and Belgian Army, Belgium). E-initiatives and the Information Management of Ethnopolitical Conflicts.

Elina Yalov (University of Leeds, United Kingdom). Kavkaz Center vs. Kremlin: Cyber War and Propaganda during the Second Russia-Chechnya Conflict.

Mahmoud Eid, Ph.D.

Professeur agrégé
Département de communication
Faculté des arts
Université d’Ottawa

Rédacteur en chef
Global Media Journal