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24 jan to 25 jan 2018

Barcelona, Spain

Cross-Cultural Communication Conference

International conference organised by five universities, provides a platform for research in cross-cultural communication adaptation and intercultural communication challenges. The conference focus reflects a growing interest in intercultural issues.

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19 jan to 19 jan 2018

Hague, Netherlands

Tuning into the Noise of Europe: Conference on a new narrative of Europe in times of crisis

The European narrative though remains hidden under thick layers of Eurosceptic discourses, and does not provide for a straightforward paved path. Communicating the European vision is all but disrupted between the European elites and the recipients in the member states. The aim of this conference is to identify the reality of the European project as it is lived and perceived and sometimes feared by European citizens. Keynote lecture by Prof. Nico Carpentier (Uppsala University, Sweden)


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18 jan to 19 jan 2018

Paris, France

Situated media and shared mobility

Situated media and shared mobility. New Entanglements between Instrumental, Shared and Mental Maps. The conference will analyze different examples of collaborative, playful and artistic practices that take advantage of these fundamental changes in our approach to culture and the media. The relationships between mental, instrumental and shared maps will also be considered as a set of questions linked to new entanglements and intricacies that underlie situated media and shared mobility.

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13 jan to 14 jan 2018

Leeds, UK

Media and Popular Culture

Popular culture affects our daily lives by fostering images and ideologies, and by selling a way of life that is presented as acceptable or non-acceptable. All these influences form our daily lives and views of others, and 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.

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Centre for Research in Humanities and Social Sciences


11 jan to 13 jan 2018

Ahmedabad, India

Media & Entertainment Disruptions and Beyond

5th International Communication Management Conference (ICMC). The overarching objective of the conference would be to understand effective marketing strategies for managers in the Media & Entertainment industry. This would entail examining strategies for managing content, consumers, and connections. The conference platform will enable academia and industry to converge and discuss research based solutions for intractable issues and challenges.

11 jan to 11 jan 2018

Oslo, Norway

Medietrender 2018

Kantar Media inviterer til heldagsseminar om trendene i mediemarkedet.

10 jan to 12 jan 2018

London, UK

MeCCSA 2018: Creativity and Agency

The next MeCCSA conference will be hosted by the School of Arts and Creative Industries at London South Bank University. Among  keynote speakers who have confirmed are Prof. David Gauntlett, University of Westminster; Prof. Angela McRobbie, Goldsmiths, University of London and Prof. Andy Miah, University of Salford.

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Media, Communication and Cultural Studies Association / MeCCSA


15 dec to 15 dec 2017

Cambridge, United Kingdom

Games, Values and AI

This workshop aims to bring together researchers from different backgrounds to explore the philosophical and social issues raised by games as inspiration, model, testbed or context for Artificial Intelligence.

14 dec to 15 dec 2017

Athens, Greece

d-Democracy 2017

ICT innovations such as Big Data, Internet of Things, Cloud Computing as well as Intelligent Systems employed in e-Government services raise issues relating to Security, Privacy and Data Protection. These are tquestions of the 7th occasion of the international c onference on e-Democracy

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The Scientific Council for the Information Society


14 dec to 16 dec 2017

Rome, Italy

Communication and Politics in the Pop-Democracy

We would encourage contributors to use the idea of crisis and pop democracy to reflect on challenges facing media and political communication research. While the main theme of this conference is “Communication and politics  in the pop-democracy”, the Italian Association of Political Communication operates an open and inclusive policy, and papers dealing with any aspect of media and politics are welcomed, as are papers from PhD students and early career researchers.

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Italian Association of Political Communication


14 dec to 16 dec 2017

Mumbai, India

Communications Research in the Digital Ag

ICA Asia Regional Conference 2017. From smoke signals to satellites to information superhighways, communication has changed in physical as well as philosophical context. What makes 'digital age' different from its predecessors is the synchronicity, physicality, continuity, climate, context in the process of communication. 

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SNDT Women's University


13 dec to 15 dec 2017

Düsseldorf, Germany

Online participation on the local level

The conference brings together an international group of researchers from different disciplines to provide a variety of perspectives on local online participation. The main theme of the conference is to investigate the role of digital technologies in political participation with a focus on the local level, ranging from small neighbourhoods to large municipalities.

8 dec to 16 dec 2017

Limassol, Cyprus

Respublika! media arts festival

Respublika! is a one-week community media arts festival. The festival will be simultaneously translated into an exhibition, which will run from 8 December 2017 to 19 January 2018, and will feed into a series of seminars.  Respublika! is a multi-sited and multi-genre community media arts festival which aims to tap into the creative reservoirs of community media, civil society organisations and social collectives (and their members); but also of artists that are committed to the basic principles of participatory community communication.