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28 jun to 30 jun 2017

Wellington, New Zealand

The 8th International Popular Culture Association of Australia and New Zealand Conference

The Popular Culture Association of Australia and New Zealand (PopCAANZ) is devoted to the scholarly understanding of everyday cultures. The conference invites academics, professionals, cultural practitioners and those with a scholarly interest in popular culture. The conference will be hosted by Massey University, College of Creative Art.

For more information:

Popular Culture Association of Australia and New Zealand / PopCAANZ

http://www.popcaanz.com

28 jun to 28 jun 2017

Leicester, UK

Radicalisation in Culture and Media

This conference aims to explore what radicalisation and radical means by critically examining the Government’s agenda, the media discourses and affected communities’ perspectives, especially the much targeted Muslim communities.

For more information:

De Montfort University

https://goo.gl/f2tP5C

28 jun to 29 jun 2017

Loughborough, UK

The Place of Music

The conference will be based broadly, although not exclusively, around four overlapping key themes:
1. Music-making, musical creativity and creative labour, 2. The music industry and musical economy,  3. Music consumption  4. Social and economic networks of musical creativity and production.

For more information:

Centre for Research in Communication and Culture, Loughborough University

https://goo.gl/jes3UJ

27 jun to 29 jun 2017

Kyoto, Japan

International Conference on Information and Social Science / ISS 2017

The objective of ISS 2017 is to provide a forum for scholars and practitioners to exchange ideas on the latest trends or research results in the field of information, social science, and the interaction between society and ICT (information-communication technologies).

For more information:

ISS2017

http://iainst.org/iss/

27 jun to 28 jun 2017

London, UK

The Future of Broadcasting

The Future of Broadcasting is a strategic event dedicated to exploring how the industry will develop over the next 5 years.

For more information:

Marketforce Business Media

http://go.evvnt.com/108115-0

27 jun to 28 jun 2017

Paris, France

Future Sensibilities - Mediations of Precarious Life

This workshop aims to examine the aesthetic, social, ecological and political dimensions of historical and contemporary film, visual and media cultures and their methodologies.

For more information:

European Network for Cinema and Media Studies

http://necs.org/

27 jun to 28 jun 2017

Chicago, IL, USA

NAMLE 2017: Engaging Citizens, Building Community

In response to the current political discourse and the growing urgency for active civic participation, The National Association for Media Literacy Education announce that its 2017 conference theme will be Engaging Citizens, Building Community.

For more information:

National Association for Media Literacy Education

https://namle.net/

26 jun to 27 jun 2017

London, College

Borders and Boundaries: Territories, Technologies, Transgressions

This conference – organised by postgraduate students from the London School of Economics and Political Science and Goldsmiths College – seeks to disrupt and destabilise boundaries while creating productive border­-zones where cultures and disciplines can interact.
Confirmed keynotes speakers: Natalie Fenton, Goldsmiths, Jeremy Gilbert, University of East London, Sue Clayton, Goldsmiths, Myria Georgiou, LSE.
The conference is jointly hosted by the Departments of Media and Communications at LSE and Goldsmiths, with additional support by MeCCSA, the LSE Student Union’s Annual Fund and CHASE.

For more information:

Goldsmiths College

http://meccsapgn2017.com/

26 jun to 30 jun 2017

Kaunas, Lithuania

13th World Congress of Semiotics: Cross-Inter-Multi-Trans

The 13th World Congress of Semiotics is to be held at the International Semiotics Institute of Kaunas University of Technology, Lithuania. The congress will take place in the premises of the Faculty of Social Sciences, Arts and Humanities of the aforementioned university, in Kaunas.

For more information:

the International Semiotics Institute of Kaunas

26 jun to 30 jun 2017

Florence, Italy

Summer School: Media in Political Participation and Mobilization

COSMOS and the Institute of Humanities and Social Sciences at the Scuola Normale Superiore invite applications for the upcoming Summer School on Media in Political Participation and Mobilization which will be held in Florence (Italy) in June 2017, from Monday 26th to Friday 30th included.

For more information:

The Institute of Humanities and Social Sciences at the Scuola Normale Superiore

http://cosmos.sns.it/all-events/summer-school-on-media-in-political-participation-and-mobilization/

23 jun to 24 jun 2017

Denver, CO, USA

Moving Forward: Where is the Journalist in Social Media?

The Centre for Ecological, Social, and Informatics Cognitive Research (ESI.CORE), in association with sponsors Centre for Media and Celebrity Studies (CMCS) and WaterHill Publishing, invites academics, journalists, publicists, producers and guests to attend, speak and collaborate at the inaugural international conference Moving Forward: Where is the Journalist in Social Media?

For more information:

The Centre for Ecological, Social, and Informatics Cognitive Research / ESI.CORE

http://www.esicore.org/events/denver2017.html

23 jun to 23 jun 2017

London, UK

Different Bodies: (Self-)Representation, Disability and the Media

This conference is part of the research project ‘Facial Disfigurement in the UK Media: From Print to Online’, led by Dr. Diana Garrisi (University of Westminster) and Dr. Jacob Johanssen (University of Westminster) that is financed through the University of Westminster Strategic Research Fund. Invited speakers include Henrietta Spalding, Head of Advocacy at the UK charity Changing Faces.

For more information:

University of Westminster

http://commlist.org/archive/all/2017-all/msg00353.html

22 jun to 23 jun 2017

Ottawa, ON, Canada

Data Power 2017

A two-day, international conference organized by Carleton and Sheffield Universities following the Data Power 2015 Conference held in the UK.

For more information:

School of Journalism & Communication, Carleton University

https://goo.gl/7tnR9X

22 jun to 22 jun 2017

Edinburgh, UK

Adaptation and Nation

A symposium on screen cultures in national, post-national and transnational contexts. Confirmed keynote: Professor Jeremy Strong, University of West London.

For more information:

Queen Margaret University

22 jun to 24 jun 2017

Toronto, Canada

Circuits of Cinema: Histories of Movie and Media Distribution

A HoMER Network Conference on the History of Moviegoing, Exhibition and Reception. Hosted by the Circuits of Cinema Project.

For more information:

Ryerson University

http://homernetwork.org/

22 jun to 24 jun 2017

Birmingham, UK

Discourse, Communication and the Enterprise

The 9th international conference on Discourse, Communication and the Enterprise aims to promote and foster interaction between those interested in discourse and communication in organisational settings.

For more information:

Aston University

Birmingham

UK

21 jun to 22 jun 2017

Liverpool, UK

Theorising the Popular

The conference invites submissions from a broad range of disciplines, and is particularly interested in new ways of researching ‘popular’ forms of communication and culture.

For more information:

Liverpool Hope University

http://www.hope.ac.uk/news/conferences/theorising/

19 jun to 22 jun 2017

Québec, Canada

SIGNIS World Congress: Promoting Stories of Hope

The congress recognizes and celebrates the creativity of catholic communicators and acknowledges and highlights the value of their stories. This year, the congress theme is Promoting Stories of Hope , exploring the different ways in which stories can be created, recounted and disseminated.
The congress will be coordinated with the Catholic Press Association of North America (CPA), which will host the annual Catholic Media Conference (CMC) immediately following this congress.

19 jun to 21 jun 2017

Lisbon, Portugal

New Challenges, New Threats: Resilience and Adaptation in a Risky World

The 26th annnual conference / meeting of the Societ for Risk Analysis - Europe (SRA-E).
Key note speakers: Professor Gerd Gigerenzer, Dr. Margôt Kuttschreuter, Dr. Francesco Calabrese, Dr. Igor Linkov, Dr. José Manuel Palma-Oliveira

For more information:

Society for Risk Analysis – Europe / SRA-E

https://goo.gl/70JA0p

19 jun to 21 jun 2017

Lisbon, Portugal

Society for Risk Analysis

The 26th Annual Conference/Meeting of the Society for Risk Analysis – Europe (SRA-E). The theme is New Challenges, New Threats. Resilience and Adaption in a Risky World.

For more information:

Society for Risk Analysis – Europe / SRA-E

https://sraelisbon2017.wordpress.com/

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