Conference archive

19 Jan to 21 Jan 2019

Sapporo, Japan

2019 International Conference on Library and Information Science (LIS 2019)

2019 International Conference on Library and Information Science (LIS 2019) which will be held in Sapporo, Japan, January 19-21, 2019. We welcome all submissions related to Library and Information Science. To submit abstracts/papers for presentation or participate as a listener, please visit the conference website for more details. All submissions will be subject to a double-blind review process. All accepted manuscripts will be published in the conference proceedings with an ISSN.

18 Jan to 18 Jan 2019

Geneva, Switzerland

Global Constructive Journalism Conference

These are some of the questions which will be tackled and debated during the one day conference:

How can more responsible journalism lead to deeper engagement (and higher revenues)?
Is constructive journalism a needed change or hot air?
How can media help rebuild post-conflict societies?
Should access to trusted information be a human right?
How can journalism be made more relevant, trusted and future-oriented?

Participants will hear from speakers from a wide range of organizations – from the United Nations to the Guardian; from the BBC to Google; from the Swedish Television to Facebook; from Die Zeit to Oxford University.

For more information:

EBU/Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies

https://www.ebu.ch/events/2019/01/global-constructive-journalism-conference

17 Jan to 17 Jan 2019

Aarhus, Denmark

Åbning af forskningscenteret NAU: Nordic Research at Aarhus University

Torsdag den 17. januar åbner det nye forskningscenter NAU: Nordic Research at Aarhus University. Alle interesserede er velkomne til at deltage i åbningen og den efterfølgende reception.

16 Jan to 16 Jan 2019

Leicester , UK

3rd Biannual Conference Digital China: Media and Social Change

The theme of this conference is “Digital China: Media and Social Change”. The conference will focus on the impact of digital media on the construction of China’s political, economic, cultural, and social fields. It explores the role of digital media in different aspects of Chinese society and Chinese everyday lives.

15 Jan to 19 Jan 2019

Lisbon, Portugal

1st Lisbon Winter School for the Study of Communication

The 1st Lisbon Winter School for the Study of Communication will take a comparative and global approach to the study of media and populism across time. *Jointly organized by the Faculty of Human Sciences (Catholic University of Portugal), the Annenberg School for Communication (University of Pennsylvania), the Faculty of Communication Sciences (University of Tampere), and the School of Journalism and Communication (Chinese University of Hong Kong), it aims to uncover what is familiar and distinctive about manifestations of populism around the globe.

13 Jan to 13 Jan 2019

Leeds, United Kingdom

International Conference on Journalism: Who Creates the News?

12 Jan to 12 Jan 2019

Leeds, United Kingdom

5th International Conference on Media and Popular Culture

For more information:

Centre for Research in Social Sciences and Humanities

http://www.socialsciencesandhumanities.com/5th-international-conference-on-media-and-popular-culture/

9 Jan to 11 Jan 2019

Stirling, Scotland

Continuity & Change – Media, Communications & Politics

The theme of the MeCCSA 2019 Conference is Continuity & Change – Media, Communications & Politics.  The theme is designed to address the role of traditional and digital media and communications in maintaining continuity and advocating for political change, whilst also speaking to specific anniversaries significant to Scotland, including the 20th anniversary of the Scottish Parliament.

9 Jan to 11 Jan 2019

Stirling, Scotland

MeCCSA 2019 - University of Stirling

The topics: media activism and civic engagement; digital cultures; media in devolved political contexts; media archives and pedagogy; documenting political change; ways of witnessing; crisis and change communications; media representation of marginal groups; ethics, power and responsibility; and cultural histories of film, media and communications education. These themes will be addressed in a range of plenaries, roundtables, panels, screenings, archival visits and exhibitions during the conference.

17 Dec to 19 Dec 2018

Sydney, Australia

2018 International Conference on Information and Social Science

The goal of ISS-Sydney 2018 is to provide a place for scholars, experts and professionals with interdisciplinary backgrounds related to information and social sciences to exchange new ideas and latest researches face to face, to establish business or research network and to look for global partners for future collaboration. It is anticipated that a broad range of research and applied topics will be covered during the conference.

14 Dec to 16 Dec 2018

Taipei City , Taiwan

2018 VII International Conference on Network, Communication and Computing

ICNCC provides a premier interdisciplinary platform for researchers, practitioners and educators to present and discuss the most recent innovations, trends, and concerns as well as practical challenges encountered and solutions adopted in the fields of Network, Communication and Computing.

For more information:

National Taiwan University of Science and Technology

http://www.icncc.org/

13 Dec to 14 Dec 2018

Brussel, Belgium

What’s (the) News? Values, Viruses and Vectors of Newsworthiness

We invite participants to engage in a critical discussion of newsworthiness. Possible questions which can be addressed are: are there topics which are newsworthy by nature, which elements arouse most interest in human psyche, which stories and/or sources do journalists and their audience find worth sharing, how do news values vary between media types and news beats, how can journalists or news workers construct issues or events as interesting, what is the relation between newsworthiness and publishing platforms.

10 Dec to 12 Dec 2018

Geneva, Switzerland

16TH WORLD TELECOMMUNICATION/ICT INDICATORS SYMPOSIUM (WTIS)

WTIS is open to all ITU members as well as to experts in the subject of information society measurement. The Symposium is usually attended by around 500 participants from more than 100 countries working on ICT statistics in relevant Ministries, regulatory agencies, telecommunication operators, technology companies, and national statistical offices. 

For more information:

Telecommunication Development Bureau (BDT) of the International Telecommunication Union (ITU).

https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-D/Statistics/Pages/events/wtis2018/default.aspx

10 Dec to 10 Dec 2018

Copenhagen, Denmark

NordSTEVA event: Data, Security, Values - Vocations and Visions of Data Analysis

This conference explore how values, ideas and concepts are not only necessarily embedded in data analysis, but also in what way they are productive and co-create society. The conference will further include a roundtable discussion with representatives from the Norwegian Ministries on “Data & the everyday of security authorities”

For more information:

Nordic Centre of Excellence for Security Technologies and Societal Values (NordSTEVA)

https://cast.ku.dk/events/nordsteva-event-data-security-values---vocations-and-visions-of-data-analysis/

9 Dec to 13 Dec 2018

Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates

IEEE Global Communications Conference SAC on Social Networks

Selected Areas in Communication Symposium in Social Networks will serve as a forum for researchers and technologists to discuss the state-of-the-art, present their contributions, and set future directions in social networks.

For more information:

7 Dec to 7 Dec 2018

Etterbeek (Brussels-Capital Region), Belgium

Monitoring media pluralism in Europe: between old risks and new threats

Presentation and discussions of the latest findings of the Media Pluralism Monitor (MPM2017). The MPM project is co-funded by the European Union.

For more information:

Monitoring media pluralism in Europe: between old risks and new threats

http://cmpf.eui.eu/event/save-the-date-cmpf-annual-conference-brussels/

7 Dec to 7 Dec 2018

Etterbeek, Belgium

Monitoring media pluralism in Europe: between old risks and new threats

The aim of this event is twofold: first, to present and discuss the latest findings of the Media Pluralism Monitor (MPM 2017); and second to operationalise – with with scholars, experts, stakeholders and policy-makers  from different parts of Europe – the digital-related challenges, trying to address possible ways of measuring such risks, as a precondition for acting upon them.

For more information:

The Centre for Media Pluralism and Media Freedom (CMPF)

http://cmpf.eui.eu/event/save-the-date-cmpf-annual-conference-brussels/

6 Dec to 7 Dec 2018

Palermo, Italy

Eating Knowledge: Interdisciplinary Perspectives on Food Information, Communication and Education

This conference aims to explore issues arising from the informational, communicational and educational practices which contribute to the circulation of knowledge about food. We seek to advance understanding of the processes of formulation, mediatization, circulation and reception of knowledge and norms relating to food, within different social environments (education, business, information activities, urban public places...) and within a variety of informational and communicational contexts, including public communication, popular science publications, informal blogs, journalism and advertising. 

5 Dec to 7 Dec 2018

Cologne, Germany

2nd European Symposium on Societal Challenges in Computational Social

This is the second in a series of three symposia that discuss societal challenges in computational social sciences. This year, the focus will be on “Bias and Discrimination” (Cologne, 2018) – an extension of the first symposium. The focus of last year was “Inequality and Imbalance” (London, 2017) and the last symposium of this series will focus on “Polarization and Radicalization” (Zurich, 2019).

With these three events we provide a platform to address one of the most pressing challenges in today’s digital society: understanding the role that digital technologies, the Web, and the algorithms used therein play in the mediation and creation of inequalities, discrimination and polarization.

5 Dec to 7 Dec 2018

Perth, Australia

Digital Intimacies 4: Porousness & Permutations

Digital Intimacies is now in its fourth year and continues to bring scholars of digital culture together from across Australia and beyond, across disciplines including media and communication, cultural studies, sociology, and gender studies. This year’s symposium is convened by Amy Dobson and Tama Leaver, and is hosted by Curtin University’s Centre for Culture and Technology and the discipline of Internet Studies in the School of Media, Creative Arts and Social Inquiry.

For more information:

Curtin University

https://digint18.tumblr.com/cfp

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