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

28 sep to 29 sep 2017

Lisboa, Portugal

Audiences2030: Imagining a Future for Audiences

This conference celebrates the end of project moment for the AHRC CEDAR network, in association with Universidade Católica Portuguesa, the Audience and Reception Studies section of ECREA and YECREA.
The conference is sponsored by CEDAR funded by the Arts and Humanities Research Council, UK,  in association with the Universidade Católica Portuguesa, Lisbon, the Audience and Reception Studies section of ECREA and YECREA.
Key note speakers: Sonia Livingstone, Martin Barker, Thomas Tufte, Klaus Bruhn Jensen.

For more information:

Universidade Católica Portuguesa


28 sep to 29 sep 2017

Aarhus, Denmark

Landscapes in Television Drama Series

In contrast to film and literature, cinematic geography and landscapes in television drama series is a fairly new and emerging research field.
Researchers are invited to join for this event where international leading scholars within the field are gathered.
Confirmed speakers: Robert Saunders, US; Les Roberts & Hazel Andrews, UK; Sue Turnbull, AUS;  Steven Peacock, UK;
Kim Toft Hansen, DK; Anne Marit Waade, DK (organisers).

For more information:

Aarhus University


27 sep to 29 sep 2017

Oxford, United Kingdom

International Journal of Press/Politics conference

Digital Media, Political Polarization and Challenges to Democracy. The conference aims to provide a forum for academics from a wide range of different disciplines and countries to discuss the theoretical, methodological, and substantial challenges and opportunities for research in this area. It is open to work from political science, political communication, journalism studies, media and communications research and many other fields.

For more information:

Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism, at the University of Oxford.


27 sep to 28 sep 2017

Göteborg, Sverige

Mediedagarna i Göteborg - MEG

Meg samlar under två intensiva dagar aktörerna som avgör hur vårt medielandskap ser ut – idag och imorgon.  Meg skapar möten mellan innehåll och marknad, gammalt och nytt, public service och kommersiella aktörer, media och näringsliv.
Meg17 arrangeras på Svenska Mässan i Göteborg. Initiativtagare är Bok & Bibliotek, MedieAkademin och TU.

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26 sep to 27 sep 2017

Amsterdam, Netherlands

Postcolonial Mediations: Globalisation and Displacement

Fourth Annual ACGS Conference. Contributions from fields from across the social sciences or humanities are invited.
Keynote speakers: Victoria Bernal, University of California, Irvine, US; Paula Chakravartty, New York University, Iain Chambers, Oriental University, Naples, Italy.

For more information:

Amsterdam Centre for Globalisation Studies / ACGS


23 sep to 23 sep 2017

Bristol, United Kingdom

The Community Media Conference 2017

The theme of this year's conference is ‘Voices in a Changing World'. The Conference will explore how community media can stay relevant and responsive to global events that impact at a local level, and how diverse voices and viewpoints strengthen communities for positive social benefit.

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22 sep to 22 sep 2017

Chester, United Kingdom

Communicating Food: An Interdisciplinary Symposium

The relationship of food and culture is the focus of this interdisciplinary one-day symposium. Food’s complex connections with issues of social class, race, gender, religion, and globalization underpin this symposium, and so we encourage abstracts from any relevant area of academic inquiry. Further, depictions of food in the media carry an increasingly important commercial imperative, relating to wider, structural issues concerning the contemporary media economy; food frequently chimes with prevailing depictions of lifestyle and celebrity.

For more information:

University of Chester


21 sep to 22 sep 2017

Vienna, Austria

Digital Media, Political Polarization and Challenges to Democracy

An International Symposium, organized by the Institute for Comparative Media and Communication Studies at the Austrian Academy of Sciences and the Alpen-Adria University and the Centre for Political Youth Culture and Communication, Department of Sociology, University of York.

21 sep to 22 sep 2017

Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina

Media Meets Literacy in Sarajevo

Media literacy professionals from all over Europe will be gathering in Sarajevo in September 2017 to explore the huge challenges of our rapidly changing media world.

Given the tidal wave of information, disinformation, propaganda and lies that we have witnessed in the recent past, the Media Meets Literacy 2017 conference, organized by the Evens Foundation and partners, will have plenty to discuss.

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20 sep to 22 sep 2017

Bremen, Germany

Multimodality – Towards a New Discipline

BreMM17 is the third in a series of conferences dedicated to bringing together different disciplinary and methodological approaches to the study of multimodality in various academic contexts.
Confirmed keynote speakers: Kay O’Halloran, Curtin University, Australia; David Machin, Örebro University, Sweden;  Ellen Fricke, Chemnitz University, Germany.

For more information:

Bremen University


20 sep to 21 sep 2017

Tampere, Finland

Academic Mindtrek Conference

Academic Mindtrek is a yearly conference since 1997. The purpose of the conference is to provide a platform for academicians, researchers and professionals from the industry to put forward ideas and interpretations regarding the development of human-computer interaction, games and gamification, interactive media, journalism, theater and acting, and information society.
Academic Mindtrek is organized in cooperation with ACM SIGMM, and ACM SIGCHI.

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20 sep to 23 sep 2017

Vienna, Austria

Realities and World Building

The conference aims to emphasize and reflect the very acts of fictionalizationused to build fantastic worlds – in different media, and on theoretical as well as methodological levels. Accepted Keynotes: Stefan Ekman, University of Gothenburg, Sweden and Farah Mendlesohn, University of Stafford, UK.

For more information:

University of Vienna


19 sep to 20 sep 2017

Aalborg, Denmark

The Future of Publicism ’17

The conference is for mainly local and regional media with a publicism background. Publishers with a purpose and legacy media with a vision to create democratic value based on quality journalism and being the watchdog and voice in local and regional societies.  The conference address the challenges of digitalisation, globalisation, social media etc. as well as the changing role of the media in democratic societies. Keynote speaker: Anne Applebaum

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18 sep to 22 sep 2017

Aarhus, Danmark

KOLON - Nordisk språk- och kulturfestival

Denne festival skal fungere som en identitetsskaber på tværs af geografiske, professionelle og aldersmæssige skel. KOLON er tre dage med inspiration til, hvad en styrket internordisksprog- og kulturforståelse kan føre med sig af gevinster.

For more information:

Nordisk sprogkoordination


15 sep to 16 sep 2017

Norwich, UK

The Future of Media Content: Interventions and Industries in the Internet Era

2017 Joint Workshop of the ECREA Communication Law and Policy and Media Industries and Cultural Production sections. It is hosted and organized by the University of East Anglia’s School of Politics, Philosophy, Language and Communication Studies.

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15 sep to 16 sep 2017

Novi Sad, Serbia

Bridges of Media Education

The 9th International Conference Bridges of Media Education 2017 is to be held in Serbia.
The themes of the conference in 2017 are: *Public media broadcasters, digitization and the Internet *Minority media, digitization and the Internet *Marginalized groups, religious groups, digital environment and the Internet *Migrants/refugees and the Internet *Social networks, online platforms and media *Digital media literacy.
Working language of the conference is English.

For more information:

Department of Media Studies, University of Novi Sad


14 sep to 16 sep 2017

Cologne, Germany

Anthropologies of Media and Mobility

An International Workshop organized by the Anthropology and Mobility Network and the Media Anthropology Network (EASA) in collaboration with Locating Media (Siegen) and a.r.t.e.s. Graduate School (Cologne). This international workshop seeks to theorize the relationship between media and mobility.

For more information:

The Anthropology Network, European Association of Social Anthropologists / EASA


14 sep to 15 sep 2017

Porto, Portugal

Communication and Entertainment

The 15th  Conference of the Associación de Historiadores de Comunicación will be held at University of Porto. The conference is an opportunity to exchange research experiences on the proposed topics and to open up to the participation, in the field of media history.

For more information:

The Associación de Historiadores de Comunicación


14 sep to 15 sep 2017

Cardiff, UK

The Future of Journalism: Journalism in a Post-Truth Age?

The 6th biennial conference - The Future of Journalism – to be hosted by the School of Journalism, Media and Cultural Studies (JOMEC) at Cardiff University, UK.
Keynote speakers: John Hartley, Curtin University; Silvio Waisbord, George Washington University, and Claire Wardle (First Draft).

For more information:

Cardiff University

13 sep to 13 sep 2017

Copenhagen, Denmark

Internationale aktørers påvirkning af den danske mediebranche

På konferencen vil resultaterne fra en omfattende undersøgelse, ”Globaliseringen af den danske mediebranche”, som Mandag Morgen har gennemført for Slots- og Kulturstyrelsen som led i ”Rapportering om mediernes udvikling i Danmark”, blive præsenteret og debatteret. Efter præsentationen af rapporten vil Nick Wrenn, Torry Pedersen og Anette Novak præsentere deres perspektiver og erfaringer i forlængelse af rapportens konklusioner. 

For more information:

Slots- og Kulturstyrelsen