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9 nov to 9 nov 2018

Stockholm, Sweden

The Shrinking Academic Freedom in Europe – World Science Day for Peace and Development Symposium

The human right to participate in and benefit from science is enshrined in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, which celebrates its 70th anniversary this year. The 2017 UNESCO Recommendation on Science and Scientific Researchers further states that academic freedom lies at the very heart of the scientific process, and provides a strong guarantee of the accuracy and objectivity of scientific results. Today when academic freedom is challenged in some countries and disciplines, it is urgent to highlight and discuss how researchers, universities, academies and governments may support fellow researchers and safeguard academic freedom globally.

For more information:

Swedish National Commission for UNESCO and Young Academy of Sweden

http://www.unesco.se/the-shrinking-academic-freedom-in-europe-world-science-day-for-peace-and-development-symposium/

9 nov to 10 nov 2018

Montreal, Canada

Ending fake news - the future of media education policies and practices

The Ending fake news event will incorporate these considerations and offer concrete recommendations for strengthening public policy and media education practices. It will bring together educators, journalists, policy makers, academics, activists, members of the public and experts during two days of activities. 
 

9 nov to 9 nov 2018

Hanaholmen, Esbo, Finland

The Annual Hanaholmen Lecture 2018

An important discussion on the research conducted in the Nordic countries in 2030 – and what the societal impact of that research will be. Higher education and research should have societal relevance, but who defines that relevance and how?

For more information:

Hanaholmen, Kulturcentrum för Sverige och Finland

https://www.hanaholmen.fi/sv/event/the-annual-hanaholmen-lecture-2018/

9 nov to 10 nov 2018

Barcelos, Portugal

DIGICOM 2018

2nd International Conference on Design and Digital Communication. The organizing committee of DIGICOM invites all designers, researchers, scholars and students to submit an original paper (written in Portuguese, English or Spanish) in the field of Design and Digital Communication. 

For more information:

http://www.digicom.ipca.pt

9 nov to 10 nov 2018

Galway, Ireland

The Press and the Vote

The Newspaper and Periodical History Forum of Ireland (NPHFI) invitespapers that interrogate the press and the vote from a range ofdisciplinary perspectives. The focus of papers should be on printmedia and / or its intersection and interaction with other forms of media insofar as they relate to the history of print.

9 nov to 10 nov 2018

Ghent, Belgium

New Approaches to Early Cinema

Rethinking the Attractions-Narrative Dialectics:New Approaches to Early Cinema. This conference seeks to both critically reflect on the continued use of the concepts of attraction and narrative in our accounts of early cinema and to pursue new avenues for exploring this period. Theoretical, historical, computational, and methodological proposals are all welcome.

For more information:

http://earlycinemaconference.com/

8 nov to 9 nov 2018

Arad, Romania

Believe in Technology: Mediatization of the Future and the Future of Mediatization

The 4th International Conference ComSymbol aims at identifying, emphasizing and questioning the characteristics and issues of the mediatization of mankind and society’s future in the specific context of believes and dogmas of faith in technology.

8 nov to 9 nov 2018

Stockholm, Sweden

1st International Media and Nostalgia Network Conference – IMNN

"Nostalgia ...Again? Communicative forms and practices of nostalgia: conceptual, critical and historical perspectives" The first IMNN conference aims to critically investigate the contemporary epistemology and ontology of nostalgia by providing new perspectives, theories, and research methods. The ambition is to inform our understanding of the numerous contexts that have been, currently are, and might become relevant for understanding nostalgia, while at the same time discussing the significance of media and communication in these changing contexts on a local, transnational, and global scale.

For more information:

https://medianostalgia.org

8 nov to 9 nov 2018

Arad, Romania

4th International Conference ComSymbol

Theme: "Believe in Technology: Mediatization of the Future and the Future of Mediatization".  The 4^th International Conference ComSymbol aims at identify, emphasize and question the characteristics and issues of the mediatization of mankind and society’s future in the specific context of believes and dogmas of faith in technology.

8 nov to 9 nov 2018

Famagusta, North Cyprus

5th International Conference in Communication and Media Studies

The conference that will take place at the Rauf Raif Denktaş Culture and Congress Center will bring together a large number of academicians from the TRNC, Turkey and all around the world. According to information released by the EMU Public Relations and Press Office topics such as “Peace Communication”, “Political Communication”, “Crisis Management” and “Refugee and Minority Rights” will be discussed in parallel sessions (English and Turkish language) with participants from different disciplines. Guest speakers at this year’s “Think Peace, Talk Peace, Cultivate Peace” themed conference will be Uppsala University academic staff member Prof. Dr. Nico Carpentier and Cardiff University academic staff member Prof. Dr. Stuart Allan.

For more information:

Eastern Mediterranean University (EMU) Faculty of Communication and, Center for Research and Communication for Peace (CRCP)

https://www.emu.edu.tr/en/news/events/5th-international-conference-in-communication-and-media-studies/1235/pid/2739

8 nov to 9 nov 2018

Neuchâtel, Switzerland

Ownership Structures and Managerial Challenges in the African Media and Telecommunications Sectors

The conference addresses ownership structures and managerial practices within the telecommunications and media sectors in Africa. Seeking not only to advance research in the field but also to stimulate a constructive dialogue between practitioners and academics, the 
conference dedicates one day to an academic workshop and one day to professional contributions.

7 nov to 9 nov 2018

Accra, Ghana

The Africa Regional Conference of the International Communication Association

The School of Information and Communication Studies (SICS) of the University of Ghana, in collaboration with the International Communication Association (ICA) is hosting the 2018 Regional ICA conference on the theme African Digital Cultures: Emerging research, practices and innovations. The conference seeks to bring together scholars from within and outside the continent to share their research and perspectives on the cultures forming around conceptualizations, production and consumption of the digital space in Africa.

7 nov to 11 nov 2018

York, United Kingdom

The Aesthetica Short Film Festival

The Aesthetica Short Film Festival is a major UK and international film festival. It is an important outlet for moving image and digital culture, creating a platform to champion short film internationally. The festival holds talent development at its core and leaves a lasting legacy by inspiring innovation in film. Its seventh edition ran over an unprecedented five day period, providing even more opportunities for talent development, networking and inspirational film viewing.­

For more information:

http://www.asff.co.uk

7 nov to 9 nov 2018

New York, USA

The IAFOR Conference on Heritage and the City

The IAFOR Conference on Heritage & the City – New York (HCNY) is a multidisciplinary conference held at Hofstra University, New York, USA. Keynote, Featured and Spotlight Speakers will provide a variety of perspectives from different academic and professional backgrounds.

For more information:

The IAFOR Research Centre (IRC)

https://hcny.iafor.org/

5 nov to 6 nov 2018

Oslo, Norway

4th annual conference on the Safety of Journalists – the chilling effects

The conference will take place in Oslo on the 5th and 6th of November 2018 in connection with UNESCO’s International Day to End Impunity for Crimes against Journalists.

Most abuses against media professionals remain uninvestigated and unpunished. This impunity perpetuates the cycle of violence against journalists, media workers and citizen journalists. The resulting self-censorship deprives society of information and further impacts press freedom. (UNESCO, Safety of Journalists and Impunity)

How can you talk about self-censorship? How can you know that self-censorship exists? What can make journalists better equipped to secure themselves without having to tie themselves up and jeopardize freedom of speech? What role do state authorities or journalist associations play here?

For more information:

Media, War and Conflict (MEKK) Research group at Oslo Metropolitian University (OsloMet)

https://blogg.hioa.no/mekk

3 nov to 4 nov 2018

Ninth International Conference on the Image

We invite proposals for paper presentations, workshops/interactive sessions, artistic works, virtual lightning talks, virtual posters, or colloquia addressing one of the following themes: Theme 1: The Form of the Image, Theme 2: Image Work, Theme 3: The Image in Society. 2018 Special Focus - Artificial Images and Visual Intelligence: Seeing in the Age of Big-Data. 

For more information:

https://goo.gl/dbGQG6

1 nov to 2 nov 2018

Media Education Summit 2018

The International Media Education Summit will take place at Hong Kong Baptist University, November 1st and 2nd 2018. The call will be announced on Nov 1st 2017 at https://cemp.ac.uk/summit/2018/. Keynotes confirmed so far – Feargal Keane, Sarah Jones, Donna Chu.

For more information:

https://cemp.ac.uk/summit/2018/

1 nov to 3 nov 2018

Akdeniz, Turkey

Communication Trends in the Digitalised World

This is the 3rd International Media Studies Symposium and the main theme has been determined as “Communication Trends in the Digitalised World”. Different perspectives from several disciplines will lead the way to the in-depth deliberations of the field of communication in the digitalised world in this Symposium, which will take place with the participation of the academics and practitioners with diverse experiences and vast knowledge in both national and international scope. The main objective of this Symposium is to provide an outstanding opportunity for attendees to examine communication as an interdisciplinary field by focusing on its aspects in the digital world, and to discuss the related questions and problems by making considerable theoretical contributions to the field of communication.

1 nov to 2 nov 2018

Antalya, Turkey

Inequalities and Aging: Solidarity, Conflicts, and Interventions in a Rapidly Aging World

Senex | II. Congress of Aging Studies for Graduate Students brings together graduate researchers studying old age and the aging process from social, behavioral and health perspectives into an interactive discussion platform wherein they share with the scientific world empirical research, conceptual studies and methodological contributions. 

For more information:

http://www.senexkongre.com

1 nov to 3 nov 2018

Porto, Portugal

Literacy Summit: Practice x Science x Technology

The European Literacy Network (ELN) is pleased to invite all those interested in literacy, that includes media and digital literacy, to participate in the 1st Literacy Summit. 

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