Larissa Doroshenko is a Postdoctoral Teaching Associate at Northeastern University. Her research and teaching interests are centered on the effects of new media on political campaigning, with a particular focus on “the dark side” of the internet: populism, nationalism, and disinformation campaigns. Her work has appeared in Information, Communication & Society, International Journal of Communication, New Media & Society, and International Journal of Press/Politics.
Larissa received her doctoral degree from the University of Wisconsin-Madison and her master’s from Mid Sweden University. Her passion for mass media and politics started when she was studying journalism at Belarusian State University and simultaneously worked as a freelance reporter.
Larissa has taught courses on digital media and political communication, persuasion, research methods, group discussion, public speaking, and interpersonal communication.