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7 nov to 8 nov 2017

London, United Kingdom

Branded Content Research Conference

The conference aims to investigate the changing relationships between media and marketing and to promote research, collaboration and dialogue across a very wide range of interests and perspectives. The network brings together academic researchers, industry and civil society interests to explore the practices and implications of branded content, native advertising, and media-marketing convergence.

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6 nov to 7 nov 2017

Brighton, United Kingdom

ECREA Digital Culture and Communication Section Conference

The ECREA DCC Conference “Digital Culture meets data: Critical approaches” asks the question: what theoretical and empirical perspectives on data and the digital can be used to augment and diversify our research and educational approaches? And how might we challenge data paradigms or aim to show alternative or complementary ways to address digital culture and communication?

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University of Brighton


6 nov to 7 nov 2017

São Paulo, Brazil

Rethinking Journalism on a Global South Perspective

The objective of the colloquium is to explore the central theme Rethinking Journalism on a Global South Perspective and to exam avariety of issues with professional, pedagogical, technological, thematic, and ethical approaches. Practitioners, professors, researchers and scholarship students are welcome.

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University of


4 nov to 4 nov 2017

Cambridge, UK

Digital Violence

This one-day symposium on Digital Violence seeks to theorize both the /concrete forms/ of violence that proliferate and spread through our networked screens, and the /complex processes/ that structure violence in a post-digital attention ecology.

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Anglia Ruskin University


2 nov to 3 nov 2017

Bilbao, Spain

ECREA Diaspora, Migration and the Media section

The conference aims to cover a broad range of conflict-related themes such as media production and regulation of information on forced migrants in a ‘post-Truth’ era; fake news; the humanitarianism-securitization nexus, migration management, social and political conflicts related to migrant and diaspora communities, radicalization and online counter-terrorism, hate speech and racism, but also solidarities, activism and protest.

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University of the Basque Country


2 nov to 3 nov 2017

Oslo, Norway

Safety of Journalists Covering Conflict and Sensitive Issues

The aim of the conference is to provide practical and theoretical perspectives on safety of journalists in conflict and challenging situations. Both mechanisms creating unsafe conditions, and possible strategies and solutions to will be discussed. The conference will take place in Oslo on 2 and 3 of November 2017 in connection with UNESCO's International Day to End Impunity for Crimes against Journalists.

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Oslo and Akershus University College


2 nov to 5 nov 2017

Lancaster, UK

Mobile Utopia: Pasts, Precence and Futures

Recognising the global uncertainties of the Anthropocene, reflections on utopia (and dystopia) that explore how societies shape, and have been shaped by, complex im|mobilities, from microbial to big data mobilities, from horse-drawn carriages to driverless cars, from migration to planetary jet streams are invited.

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The Centre for Mobilities Research / Cemore, Lancaster University


2 nov to 4 nov 2017

Prague, Czech Republic

Media in the Post-Truth World: The New Marketplace of (Dis)information

Prague Media Point is an annual international conference, dedicated to discussing the changing media landscape in a professional, political, economic, and social context.

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30 okt to 30 okt 2017

Canberra, Australia

Beyond Voice: Prospects and Challenges of Listening in Democracy

Listening is an important theme in both democracy and media studies particularly in a time characterised by increasing opportunities for communication in both online and offline settings. This interdisciplinary workshop explore questions: Can a digital media environment realise its promise to foster political listening?  What are the theoretical and empirical issues that media and democracy scholars face when studying the prospects for listening in a democracy?


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30 okt to 1 nov 2017

Stockholm, Sweden

DIGITAL EXISTENCE II: Precarious Media Life

Big data and hyperconnectivity, tracking and trolling, digital life and digital death are some of the issues that require an existential media analysis that underlines the precarity of human existence. This conference will be devoted to critically mapping the various digital vulnerabilities that face us in our contemporary media age.
The second Digital Existence conference will take place at the Sigtuna Foundation to the north of Stockholm. The conference will be a joint venture between DIGMEX and the Nordic Network for the Study of Media and Religion.

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The Sigtuna Foundation


28 okt to 28 okt 2017

Canterbury , United Kingdom

Canterbury Sound: Music, Place and Myth

This popular music research and performance event explore the term ‘Canterbury sound’ as a signature psychedelic and progressive rock developed by artists such as Caravan, and Soft Machine. This event explores Canterbury as a metaphor and reality, a symbolic space of music inspiration. This event seeks to demonstrate the development of the ‘Canterbury Sound’ as an inter-generational, local, and transnational cultural phenomenon.

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28 okt to 28 okt 2017

Manchester, United Kingdom

Japan in the Digital Age

The overall aim of the Symposium is to provide a supportive and inspiring environment to encourage cross-disciplinary and cross-sector dialogues. We invite academics, PG students, industry researchers and practitioners for contributions which examine the transformation of Japan in the Digital Age, and the transformation of the Digital Age through Japanese culture, practice, politics, technologies, industries and beyond. 

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Manchester Metropolitan University

27 okt to 27 okt 2017

London, UK

Sports Journalism: ethical vacuum or ethical minefield?

The conference aims to provide a space for analysis and discussion on the varied ethical issues confronting sports journalists.

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Institute of Communication Ethics

27 okt to 28 okt 2017

Kent, UK

At Home with Horror. Terror on the Small Screen

This conference will underline the importance of the small screen for horror, within the study of the genre and of the medium, and ask: is the small screen now the home of horror?
Keynote speaker: Dr Helen Wheatley, University of Warwick.

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University of Kent


27 okt to 28 okt 2017

Dubrovnik, Croatia

Digital Intermediaries and Media Pluralism

The 13th Dubrvonik Media Days.
Confirmed keynote speakers: Natali Helberger, University of Amsterdam; Damian Tambini, The London School of Economics and Political Science; Norberto Andrade, Stanford University, USA.

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University of Dubrovnik

27 okt to 28 okt 2017

Amherst , USA

Northeast Popular / American Culture Association 2017 Conference

NECPA will hold its 2017 fall conference at the University of Massachusetts Amherst. Both individual papers and complete panels are welcome. The only restrictions on presentations are that: The proposal should be rooted in research,  NEPCA generally avoids proposals whose intent is overtly commercial, Proposals should appeal to a broad audience.

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Northeast Popular/American Culture Association / NEPCA


27 okt to 29 okt 2017

Kobe, Japan


The Asian Conference on Media, Communication and Film. The conference theme is History, Story, Narrative at this interdisciplinary event.

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The International Academic Forum / IAFOR


26 okt to 27 okt 2017

Jyväskylä, Finland

The 14th ETMU Days: Race, Power and Mobilities

A multidisciplinary event with discussions, for example on the status of refugees seeking asylum and undocumented migrants, legislations and policies, artistic mobility and cultural representations, racialized hate speech, and global impacts of migration. 
Key note speakers:
Kaarina Nikunen, University of Tampere; Tobias Hübinette, Karlstad University, Nando Sigona, University of Birmingham.
The main languages of the ETMU Days are English, Finnish, Swedish and Finnish Sign Language.

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University of Jyväskylä


26 okt to 27 okt 2017

Amsterdam, Netherlands

Postcolonial Mediations - Globalisation and Displacement

Postcolonial thinking, as a form of mediation and displacement of worldviews, triggered a re-evaluation of the complex connections between culture, class, economy, gender and sexuality. This conference aims to engage with such postcolonial displacements.

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Amsterdam Centre for Globalisation Studies / ACGS


26 okt to 27 okt 2017

Turin, Italy

Discourses of and on Europe. About old and new fears...

More and more media reproduce and spread images of collective fears. Such fears end up by nurturing reflection and debates about European values, European borders and the European community’s ability to tackle with globalization challenges. This interdisciplinary Conference aims at broadening the sharing of studies on discursive works and involve a growing number of scientific disciplines: political communication, economics, modern and contemporary history, history of ideas, journalism, philosophy, political science, socio-linguistics and sociology.

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