Konferensarkiv

Här hittar du avslutade konferenser. Arkivet går cirka ett år tillbaka i tiden.

17 feb to 18 feb 2017

Brussels, Belgium

Revitalizing Concepts in Mass Communication

Digitization, globalization, economic instability, individualization and other disruptions are posing conceptual challenges to Mass Communication in a variety of areas including Journalism Studies, Political Communication, Health Communication and Strategic Communication.
The conference is co-sponsered by The University of Missouri School of Journalism and Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich.

For more information:

University of Missouri School of Journalism

http://www.mujournalism-revitalizingconcepts.com/

15 feb to 16 feb 2017

Borås, Uddevalla, Göteborg, Skövde, Sverige

En puff för språket - De små barnens bok

En föreläsning med fokus på små barns språkutveckling.
Från programmet
Lena Åberg, logoped från Talkliniken Danderyds sjukhus, berättar om sitt arbete med flerspråkiga barn.
Gertrud Widerberg, projektledare, delar med sig av sina erfarenheter från projektet Bokstart Göteborg.
Information om arbetet med och kring gåvoboken av Katarina Larson.
Dagen är avgiftsfri och anmälan obligatorisk. Kursen ges på fyra orter: 15/2 Borås, 16/2 Uddevalla, 15/3 Göteborg, 16/3 Skövde.

For more information:

Kultur i Väst

http://www.kulturivast.se/desmabarnensbok

15 feb to 18 feb 2017

Albuquerque; NM, USA

Computer Culture

The 38th annual Southwest Popular/American Culture Association conference, with the theme Computer Culture.

For more information:

Southwest Popular / American Culture Association

http://southwestpca.org/

14 feb to 14 feb 2017

Stockholm, Sverige

Boken 2017 - Böckernas Sverige

Under den här eftermiddagen presenteras färsk statistik från den stora och omfattande försäljningsstatistik som branschen sedan några år gemensamt tar fram.
Vilken statistik finns det egentligen över böcker och läsning i Sverige? Bokens, och mediesamhället, den ökade digitalisering och vad den innebär för mediaarenan i stort, för författare, förlag och handeln med böcker kartläggs.
Medverkar gör bland andra Kristina Ahlinder, Svenska Förläggareföreningen, Mats Ahlström, Svenska Bokhandlareföreningen, Linda Portnoff, Musiksverige, Ingela Wadbring, Nordicom.
Seminariet kommer att direktsändas på forlaggare.se för er som inte har möjlighet att vara med på plats.

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For more information:

Svenska Bokhandlareföreningen och Svenska Förläggareföreningen

http://www.forlaggare.se/boken-2017-bockernas-sverige

13 feb to 13 feb 2017

Helsinki, Finland

A Digital Afternoon at Yle: Discussion with the Nordicom Researcher Community about Nordic PSM Digital Developments

The purpose of this seminar is to bring academics and practitioners together to discuss, what are the key aspects of digital development among the Nordic Public Service Media

Yle Iso Paja, Radiokatu 5 A, Helsinki
Monday afternoon 13th February,  13:00 - 15:30

Programme
12:45 Welcome, coffee is served
13:00 Opening remarks Gunilla Ohls & Hannu Nieminen
13:15 A look at an overview of the digitalization, key aspects
13:30 Our position - our pace - comments from Nordic countries
14:30 Discussion
Please, fill in the registration form.

For more information:

The Finnish Nordicom committee and YLE

https://elomake3.uta.fi/lomakkeet/18576/lomake.html

9 feb to 9 feb 2017

New York, USA

Media and Information Literacy: Educational Strategies for the Prevention of Violent Extremism

UNAOC’s Media and Information Literacy program and United Nations Academic Impact’s “Unlearning Intolerance” program have organized this side event as part of UNAI’s Prevention Forum discussion series.
The event will also be an occasion for the presentation of the most recent UNAOC-UNESCO-NORDICOM publication Opportunities for Media and Information Literacy in the Middle East and North Africa.

For more information:

United Nations Alliance of Civilizations

https://goo.gl/9vFU2q

3 feb to 3 feb 2017

Karlstad, Sweden

Media Archaeology – Ruptures and Relations Workshop

What is media archaeology (good for)?
The aim of the workshop is to explore how the concept has transformed during the transfer between different countries and disciplines (film, media, literature, art, cultural studies) – and how it at the same time can be used to connect varying research contexts.
With Malte Hagener, Pelle Snickars, Sebastian Gießmann and Liv Hausken.
Register with John Lynch until 15 January.

For more information:

Karlstad University

1 feb to 1 feb 2017

Göteborg, Sverige

MIK-dagen 2017

MIK-dagen en bild av ungas drivkrafter, värderingar och framför allt deras medieverklighet. En lång rad talare, en ung expertpanel, diskussioner, quiz, panelsamtal, praktiska tips – och en högaktuell film.
Deltar gör bland andra:
Professor Jesper Strömbäck, generationsforskaren Anders Parment, journalisten Emanuel Karlsten, Katarina Graffman, doktor i antropologi, Jenny Sköld och Lotta Bergseth, från Mobile Stories, Klara Björk och Linda Sternö, Akademin Valand och en internationell gäst – Alton Grizzle.

For more information:

Kultur i Väst

http://kulturivast.se/film/mik-dagen-2017

27 jan to 27 jan 2017

New Delhi, India

Social & Digital Media

Celebrating International Day of Commemorating Victims of Holocaust. The evening is an opportunity for students and persons from media,IT, computer science and social sector.

For more information:

Padam Institute of Research, Human Rights and Duties Research Center

http://yir.co.in/wp-content/uploads/2016/07/social_and_digital_media.compressed.pdf

27 jan to 28 jan 2017

Odense, Denmark

Nordic Data Journalism - NODA17

Data journalism is changing journalism. New processes, products, and professional values are emerging ­ but data journalism also makes new cooperative efforts possible, enabling new types of agency. Journalists with new fields of expertise, such as ICT, business, statistics, law, information management, and other professions and bases of knowledge can connect, and audiences can play a part as well.
These and other issues in relation to data journalism will be addressed at NODA17.

For more information:

NODA

http://noda2017.dk/

26 jan to 27 jan 2017

Sheffield, UK

Digital Opportunities and Challenges: Researching Journalism and Media in a Digital Age

This conference will explore new directions in journalism and media research in digital environments. Keynote speakers so far confirmed: Natalie Fenton, Professor of Media and Communications, Goldsmiths University;  Rasmus Kleis Nielsen, Director of Research, at the Reuter  Institute for the study of Journalism, Oxford University; Brian Loader, Director, School of Social and Political Sciences, University of York.

For more information:

University of Sheffield

http://goo.gl/TDexBK

25 jan to 25 jan 2017

Malmö, Sverige

Media and Migration

An open seminar on Media and Migration at Malmö University.
Participants: Federico Rodriguez Moreno, journalist KVP/Expressen; Pieter Bevelander, professor International migration, Malmö University; Erin Corey, postdoctoral researcher in media and communication studies, Malmö University; Jesper Strömbäck, professor in journalism, media and communication studies, University of Gothenburg.
The seminar is arranged by the Swedish research association FSMK and K3, Malmö University.

20 jan to 23 jan 2017

Longyearbyen, Svalbard, Norway

Folk Belief & The Supernatural in Literature and Film

Extreme darkness and isolation are themselves genre staples within works of supernatural horror, from the vampire-infested arctic town in Steve Niles’ 30 Days of Night  to the blinded civilisation in John Wyndham’s Day of the Triffids to the antarctic alien terror of John Carpenter’s The Thing.
This interdisciplinary conference explores the supernatural in literature and film as well as folk belief from around the globe.

For more information:

Island Dynamics

http://www.islanddynamics.org/supernaturalconference.html

18 jan to 18 jan 2017

Oslo, Norge

Er krigs- og fredsjournalistikk kjønnsnøytral?

Redaktører til boka Gendering War and Peace Reporting inviterer til boklansering.

Dette er en antologi med 15 bidragsytere fra forskjellige land. I boka drøftes kjønnede perspektiver på dekning av krig og konflikt. Dels handler det om journalisters sikkerhet/usikkerhet i krigssoner, dels belyses framstillinger av kvinne- og mannsrollen, samt historiske erfaringer fra ulike konflikter som krigen i Afghanistan, Libya og krigen mot IS.
Program
Ordstyrer: Steen Steensen, leder Institutt for journalistikk og mediefag, HIOA
Introduksjon ved Berit von der Lippe (BI) og Rune Ottosen (HIOA)
Kommentar fra kjønnsforsker Jørgen Lorentzen Korte
Innlegg med presentasjon av kapittelforfattere Elisabeth Eide, Marte Høiby, Kristin Orgeret og Anette Bringedal Houge.
Tid onsdag 18. januar kl 16.00
Sted: Høgskolen i Oslo og Akershus, Pilestredet 46 Auditorium Athene 1

14 jan to 15 jan 2017

Leeds, UK

Media and Popular Culture

It is an unobjectionable fact that media participate in formation of our daily lives by creating identities, images, and by generally influencing our views.  While the media and popular culture do not influence all people, on all issues and at all times, they do have a significant influence on our views and actions. These and other issues are the subject of the conference.

For more information:

Centre for Research in Social Sciences and Humanities

http://www.socialsciencesandhumanities.com/2nd-international-conference-on-media-and-popular-culture/

12 jan to 13 jan 2017

Beirut, Lebanon

Rethinking Media Through the Middle East

Taking a broad view of the Middle East that incorporates the Arabic-speaking world, Turkey, Iran, and various ethnic minority groups, this conference asks how the Middle East might serve to disrupt, interrupt, subvert, challenge, or transform our understanding of what media are and do.

For more information:

The Media Studies Program at the American University of Beirut

http://goo.gl/Gipxpu

11 jan to 11 jan 2017

Leeds, UK

MeCCSA 2017: Culture, Media, Equality and Freedom

The 2017 Annual MeCCSA Conference will be held  in Leeds, West Yorkshire, UK. Keynote speakers and panel streams will be dedicated to the theme 'Culture, Media, Equality and Freedom'. The Call for Papers and proposal submission are available on the call for papers page. Deadline for submissions is Monday, 5th September 2016.

For more information:

Media, Communication and Cultural Studies Association / MeCCSA

http://meccsa2017.org.uk/

10 jan to 10 jan 2017

Ahmedabad, India

People, Planet, and Profit: Synergistic Leadership for Social and Communication Innovations

This conference will particularly focus on communication and explore the contributions from the areas including but not limited to communication studies, management and leadership education, development studies, marketing communication, media, and arts.

For more information:

MICA

http://www.mica.ac.in/icmc/overview

9 jan to 9 jan 2017

Amsterdam, Netherlands

Digital Methods Winter School 2017

The Digital Methods Initiative (DMI), Amsterdam, is holding its annual Winter School on Data Infrastructures. The format is that of a (social media and web) data sprint, with hands-on work for telling stories with data, together with a programme of keynote speakers and a Mini-conference, where PhD candidates, motivated scholars and advanced graduate students present short papers on digital methods and new media related topics, and receive feedback from the Amsterdam DMI researchers and international participants.

For more information:

The Digital Methods Initiative / DMI

https://wiki.digitalmethods.net/Dmi/WinterSchool2017

23 dec to 24 dec 2016

Amman, Jordan

ISRC 2016: The Latest International Trends in Journalism, Communication and Media Studies

ISRC2016 is an international conference dedicated to quality in Journalism, Communication and Media Studies.

For more information:

The International Scientific Research Conference / ISRC

http://www.isrconference.org/index.php?page=offer_single&id=3299&idrel=3299&lang=en

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