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17 feb to 17 feb 2018

London, United Kingdom

Media and Culture

The conference will bring together scholars working on research projects on mass media, film studies, game industries, political science, education, etc.

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15 feb to 16 feb 2018

Oslo, Norway

Making Transparency Possible - Interdisciplinary dialogues Research Conference

The research project "Making Transparency Possible - Interdisciplinary dialogues" invites paper proposals from all relevant disciplines on cross border journalism on global illicit financial flows and tax havens.

12 feb to 12 feb 2018

Uppsala, Sweden

Intersectionality: Experiences of inclusion and exclusion

This seminar will focus on intersectionality and how the different forms of discrimination combine, overlap, or intersect. The seminar will contain three panels: Panel I: Intersectionality beyond feminist studies, Panel II: Intersectionality in political practice, Panel III: Intersectionality in media studies. 

12 feb to 16 feb 2018

Hanover, Germany

Computational Communication Science-confernce

Computational Methods for Communication Science: Towards A Strategic Roadmap. During various training courses and a workshop conference, this event aims to develop knowledge, skills, resources, and strategies in computational methods within the field of communication.

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Hanover University of Music, Drama, and Media


9 feb to 9 feb 2018

Sydney, Australia

Media Classification Systems in Conversation: A Symposium

This symposium brings together leading international figures from the academy, government, and industry to examine media classification systems. It will mark the culmination of an ARC Discovery Project focused on producing an international history of media classification systems that has worked with partner investigators in Australia, Brazil, China, India, Japan, the U.K., and the U.S.A. It is an opportunity for scholars, students, and state and industry representatives to convene and discuss the past, present, and future of media classification.

8 feb to 9 feb 2018

Ghent, Belgium

24 hours of Communication Sciences

Etmaal 2018 welcomes proposals on a wide scope of topics that aim to discuss and reflect on today’s interconnected, international and transcultural media environment, and this in terms of theoretical concepts, applied methodology and empirical findings.

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Ghent University


8 feb to 8 feb 2018

Accra, Ghana

The Relationship between Journalism and Foreign Aid

This one-day symposium will examine the contemporary and complex relationship between aid and journalism and the role of foreign aid/development assistance, along with the impact these processes have had on fostering independent national media sectors. The conversation will focus on issues and problems arising from the intersection between journalism, foreign aid, media development assistance, foreign investment in media, and how this has affected the development of a critical and independent media sector in Africa and Latin America. 

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7 feb to 8 feb 2018

Stockholm, Sweden

The Mainstreaming of Extreme Right-wing Populism

Welcome to a public lecture at Stockholm University with Bonnier Guest Professor Bart Cammaerts, London School of Economics and Political Science, about "The Mainstreaming of Extreme Right-wing Populism". Time: 7 February, 15:00-17:00 Venue: JMK-salen, 4th floor, Department of Media Studies, Karlavägen 104, Stockholm. FREE ADMISSION.

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7 feb to 10 feb 2018

Albuquerque, United States

Game Studies, Culture, Play, and Practice Area

39th Annual Southwest Popular / American Culture Association (SWPACA) Conference. The Game Studies, Culture, Play, and Practice Area invites papers,panels, and other proposals on games (digital and otherwise) and their study and development.

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Southwest Popular/American Culture Association


5 feb to 9 feb 2018

Brisbane, Australia

2018 DMRC Summer School

Digital Media Research Center are inviting participants from all over the world to  this year's summer school. The summer school will inspire and challenge participants to seek new approaches to sociocultural research, and to engage critically and creatively with the practices, platforms, technologies and economies of digital media communication.

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2 feb to 3 feb 2018

, Hong Kong

Philosophies of Communication: East and West

For this international colloquium we welcome papers that explore aspects of language philosophy with a focus on the relation between Eastern and Western paradigms. Contributions can be historical, philosophical, literary, linguistic, or related to media/communication, but all in one way or another connected to the question if and how the intercultural perspective can be useful or informative for the study of language and communication in the broad sense.

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1 feb to 1 feb 2018

Uppsala, Sverige

Photojournalism and editorial processes: Global similarities, local differences

Guest speakers Astrid Gynnild (Professor at Bergen University) and Anne Hege Simonsen (Associate Professor at University of Oslo and Akershus), along with IM faculty member Maria Nilsson (Senior Lecturer at Uppsala University) will hold a research seminar on visual journalism and their recent collaboration as guest editors for a Nordicom Review (issue 38, special issue 2). 

31 jan to 31 jan 2018

Stockholm , Sverige

Föredragskväll-Ny bildjournalistisk forskning

Vad är visuell kompetens och vilken roll spelar den i nyhetsredaktionernas arbete? Hur ser den bildjournalistiska yrkesrollen ut i olika länder och mediekulturer? Vilka strategier finns för att förnya och utveckla bildjournalistiken i en föränderlig och tuff mediebransch med krympande bildredaktioner? Det är några av de frågor som tas upp i ny forskning om bildjournalistik som presenteras av medieforskarna Astrid Gynnild (professor vid Bergens Universitet), Anne Hege Simonsen (associate professor vid Högskolan i Oslo och Akershus) och Maria Nilsson (lektor vid Uppsala Universitet).

29 jan to 29 jan 2018

Stockholm , Sweden

Nordisk kulturpolitisk dag om inkludering och integration

Vem får vara med? Nordisk kulturpolitisk dag om inkludering och integration 2018. Dagen sätter fokus på kulturens roll i ett inkluderande samhälle, och kultursektorns öppenhet gentemot människor med olika bakgrunder. Dagen ingår i Sveriges ordförandeskapsprogram för Nordiska ministerrådet 2018. Till dagen bjuder vi in beslutsfattare och kulturutövare från hela Norden. Sveriges kultur- och demokratiminister kommer att medverka under dagen.

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Kulturanalys Norden


29 jan to 2 feb 2018

Lisbon, Portugal

Digital Media Winter Institute 2018.

The Digital Media Winter Institute is dedicated to advancing the study of new media, social media methods, and data visualization by promoting the practice of interdisciplinary research through the data-sprint approach and other intensive hands-on work courses.

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26 jan to 26 jan 2018

Los Angeles , United States

Fake News and Weaponized Defamation: Global Perspectives

This conference has an international or comparative focus that engages historical, contemporary, or emerging issues relating to face news or "weaponized defamation." "Weaponized defamation" refers to the increasing invocation, and increasing use, of defamation and privacy torts by people in power to threaten press investigations, despite laws protecting responsible or non-reckless reporting.

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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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24 jan to 27 jan 2018

Riga, Latvia

Winter School: Language for Communication - Research Perspective

This Postgraduate Winter School is a three to-five-day event for individuals or groups organised by the University of Latvia, Riga, in cooperation with the Field Committee of Linguistics of Discourse of International Committee of Slavists (Belarusian & Polish branch of the Field Committee), and international academic project D-ART (Germany).
Target audience: Doctoral students and researchers in Humanities.

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University of Latvia

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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