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Kirill Bryanov is a fourth-year doctoral student of political communication at Manship School. He received his undergraduate degree in political science from Saint Petersburg State University in Russia, and his Master’s degree in political science from Central European University in Budapest, Hungary. Bryanov’s research centers on political and societal implications of communication technology, including such manifestations as attention economy, platform politics, and algorithmic governance. At Manship, Bryanov has previously taught MC 3505 Media and Policy Processes and MC 3504 Intro to Political Communication.