Conference archive

21 May to 22 May 2018

Cardiff, United Kingdom

Data Justice

The collection and processing of massive amounts of data has become an increasingly contentious issue. Our financial transactions, communications, movements, relationships, all now generate data that are used to profile and sort groups and individuals. With the platformisation of digital media alongside governmental and corporate uses of citizen data, developments in AI, the Internet of Things, smart homes and smart cities, the systematic collection and analysis of massive data sets across our social life is being normalised and entrenched – what has been described as the ‘datafication’ of society. This conference will examine the intricate relationship between datafication and social justice by highlighting the politics and impacts of data-driven processes and exploring different responses. 

For more information:

Data Justice Lab, Cardiff University

https://datajusticelab.org/data-justice-2018/

21 May to 22 May 2018

Bologna, Italy

Media Mutations 10

Media Mutations, the international conference of studies on audiovisual media hosted by Dipartimento delle Arti of Università di Bologna, comes to its tenth edition. This conference’s theme is the impact of entertainment logics across different media, at a professional, cultural and social level. 

 

For more information:

Dipartimento delle Arti of Università di Bologna

https://goo.gl/48SCuQ

19 May to 20 May 2018

Barcelona, Spain

International Forum For Communication Media, Social Science and Education Research

Annual international forum will discuss research advancements in communication and media, social sciences and education.

For more information:

https://goo.gl/WbQPKV

18 May to 20 May 2018

Kyoto, Japan

The Sense of Time in a Hyper-Mobile Digital Age

This conference aims to consider whether and how the perception of past, present and future has been transformed in a hyper-mobile digital age. Confirmed speakers include: Göran Bolin (Södertörn University), Marwan Kraidy (University of Pennsylvania), Shin Mizukoshi (University of Tokyo), Jack Qiu (Chinese University of Hong Kong). 

 

For more information:

https://goo.gl/nMtCBB

18 May to 18 May 2018

Amsterdam, The Netherlands

Media Systems under Pressure: Recent Developments in Media Freedom in Central and Eastern Europe

The workshop aims to bring together international scholars and media professionals to discuss the following questions: How can we formulate effective responses to these manifold challenges that media systems in Central and Eastern Europe face today? To what extent are these developments country or region specific, or should they be seen as part of wider European and global trends? What is the role of governments, media, NGOs, and activists in shaping media and information spheres in the region (in both a negative and positive sense)?

For more information:

https://goo.gl/xNbWdA

18 May to 18 May 2018

Amsterdam, The Netherlands

Media Systems under Pressure: Recent Developments in Media Freedom in Central and Eastern Europe

The workshop aims to bring together international scholars and media professionals to discuss the following questions: How can we formulate effective responses to these manifold challenges that media systems in Central and Eastern Europe face today? 
To what extent are these developments country or region specific, or should they be seen as part of wider European and global trends? What is the role of governments, media, NGOs, and activists in shaping media and information spheres in the region (in both a negative and positive sense)?
 

For more information:

https://goo.gl/CEZ3Dc

17 May to 19 May 2018

Vienna, Austria

Literary Journalism: Theory, Practice, Pedagogy

The Thirteenth International Conference for Literary Journalism Studies. The conference hopes to be a forum for scholarly work of both breadth and depth in the field of literary journalism, and all research methodologies are welcome, as are research on all aspects of literary journalism and/or literary reportage.

For more information:

Austrian Academy of Sciences, Institute for Comparative Media and Communication Studies

http://ialjs.org/conference-information/

17 May to 20 May 2018

Madrid, Spain

The 13th Annual Global Communication Association Conference

The Global Communication Association invites research papers exploring any aspect of issues related to global communication. 

For more information:

https://gcamadrid2018.com/

16 May to 17 May 2018

Loughborough, United Kingdom

Changing the rules of the game? Examining the relationship between sport and media

This conference seeks to take stock of current developments in the field and critically assess new theoretical and methodological approaches. Of particular interest will be current debates around mediatization in understanding contemporary trends in the domain of sport.

For more information:

https://goo.gl/yvDRRW

11 May to 12 May 2018

Bucharest, Romania

Mediatizing memory: history and its mediatic constructions

This is the 6th edition of the international conference "Understanding Transition". The theme of the conference is "Mediatizing Memory: History and its Mediatic Construction". The conference languages are English and French. 

For more information:

https://goo.gl/oTSpWj

11 May to 12 May 2018

Montréal, Canada

Making Media Theory

We invite contributions that revisit the history of media studies in ways that draw attention to the importance of such media-based material experiments, non-traditional methodologies and practice-based initiatives. This colloquium is an occasion to revisit and restore the role of things and experimentation in the making of theory.

For more information:

https://goo.gl/RPezTD

11 May to 12 May 2018

Toronto, Canada

Spiral Film and Philosophy Conference 2018

The conference specifically seek papers that engage space and cinema beyond both the static and the merely representational. The focus should instead be on the dynamic way in which the visual tracing of movement allows both for the creation of space and the opening of new paths for thought.

10 May to 11 May 2018

Moscow, Russia

The Aesthetics of Social Equality: Avant-Garde, Populisms and the People

This symposium explores the social and historical interweaving of art and avant-garde aesthetics with universal demands for equality and the right of the “people”: the underclass, the underprivileged and the oppressed.

For more information:

https://goo.gl/dHQgcX

10 May to 13 May 2018

Chicago, United States

Media, Resistance, and Justice: The Fight for Humanity

Union for Democratic Communication Conference. This conference seeks to traverse the intersections of Media, Resistance, and Justice through presentations and conversations that offer insights and suggestions for advancing and securing a more democratic, just society. 

For more information:

Loyola University Chicago

https://easychair.org/cfp/UDC_2018

10 May to 11 May 2018

Antalya, Turkey

International Media Research Symposium: From Traditional to Digital

Digital media contribute significantly in the contemporary skills of creating and transmitting images, sounds and texts. Aware of the field’s effective interaction capabilities, traditional media tools try to become involved in it through hashtags, audience questions and comments, video footage of every day people etc. This symposium aims to create an academic environment that will enable us to deal with media through the axis of traditional and digital, in a multidimensional way.
 

For more information:

Ege University /Antalya AKEV University

http://ims.ege.edu.tr

10 May to 11 May 2018

Braga, Portugal

Journalism-Communication Education Conference

This conference will include presentations, discussions, and workshops concerning education for media professions in a changing media world. The shifting communicativeenvironment asks for experimentation in media, aiming at new narratives, tools and a new connection with the audience.

For more information:

https://goo.gl/LS2B85

10 May to 13 May 2018

Chicago, Illinois, United States

The Union for Democratic Communication 2018 conference

Theme: Media, Resistance, and Justice: The Fight for Humanity. This conference seeks to traverse the intersections of Media, Resistance, and Justice through presentations and conversations that offer insights and suggestions for advancing and securing a more democratic, just society.

 

For more information:

https://easychair.org/cfp/UDC_2018

4 May to 4 May 2018

Newcastle Upon Tyne, United Kingdom

Horror, Cult and Exploitation Media

PhD students and Early Career Researchers working in the field(s) of  “horror, cult and exploitation” screen media, are invited to submit abstracts about their research to deliver at this workshop that is free to attend.  

For more information:

https://goo.gl/2mdbCK

4 May to 5 May 2018

Istanbul, Turkey

International Film Studies and Cinematic Arts Conference

3 May to 4 May 2018

Uppsala, Sweden

FSMK-dagen (och FSMK:s årsmöte) samt Ämneskonferensen 2018

FSMK och Institutionen för informatik och media, Uppsala universitet, har glädjen att inbjuda FSMK:s  medlemmar till FSMK-dagen (och FSMK:s årsmöte) samt Ämneskonferensen 2018. Temat för FSMK-dagen (3 maj) är Akademisk frihet - hot och trakasserier inom akademin. Temat för Ämneskonferensen (4 maj) är A Non-Media Centric Approach to Media Studies. För att öppna för diskussion om detta välkomnar vi Shaun Moores, Professor of Media and Communications vid Sunderland University, UK, som huvudtalare på temat A Non-Media Centric Media Studies.

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