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Syracuse Reads 2018-19: Born a Crime: The Daily Show & Political Satire

Discover resources for students and faculty related to Trevor Noah's Born a Crime, the 2018-19 Syracuse Reads selection

The Daily Show with Trevor Noah

Over the past two decades, entertainment television shows such as The Daily Show with Trevor Noah have played an increasingly important role in the conversations taking place not only in the United States, but all around the world. This page of the research guide serves as a starting point for beginning your research into the intersection of political satire and the media. If you have any questions about your research related to Media and Satire, or any suggestions for this page, please don't hesitate to contact Michael Pasqualoni (, Librarian for Communications and Public Affairs at Syracuse University Libraries. Michael has also created a number of other research guides related to mass communication and politics, including the following guides:

To watch recent episodes and clips from The Daily Show with Trevor Noah, please visit the show's website.

Starting Points for Research on Mass Communication & Satire

Databases for Additional Research