Pablo J. Boczkowski (he/him/his) is Hamad Bin Khalifa Al-Thani Professor in the Department of Communication Studies at Northwestern University. He is Founder and Director of the Center for Latinx Digital Media, and Faculty Director of the Master of Science in Leadership for Creative Enterprises program, both at Northwestern; Co-Founder and Co- Director of the Center for the Study of Media and Society in Argentina, a joint initiative between Northwestern and Universidad de San Andrés, in Buenos Aires; and Senior Fellow at the Weizenbaum Institute for the Networked Society in Germany. In 2020 he was named Fellow of the International Communication Association. His research program examines the dynamics of digital culture from a comparative perspective. He is the author of six books, four edited volumes, and over fifty journal articles. Three of his books are being published in 2021: Abundance: On the Experience of Living in a World of Information Plenty (Oxford University Press), The Digital Environment: How We Live, Learn, Work, and Play Now (with Eugenia Mitchelstein, MIT Press) and The Journalism Manifesto (with Barbie Zelizer and Chris Anderson, Polity). He also has another book manuscript-in-progress: Social Media Studies: Comparative Perspectives (with Mora Matassi, under contract with MIT Press). His current research projects include: The Reception of Misinformation in the 2019 Argentine Presidential Election (with Eugenia Mitchelstein, Facundo Suenzo, Celeste Wagner and Claire Wardle); The Mediated Construction of Moral Panics, Argentina 1988-2018 (with Eugenia Mitchelstein); and Social Media, Beauty Ideals and Eating Disorders among Latinas in Mexico and the United States (with Amy Ross Arguedas). He writes regularly for Infobae América, and is an unfailing —and often heartbroken—supporter of San Lorenzo de Almagro.