Nordicom presenterar aktuella konferenser. Såväl internationella som nordiska och nationella konferenser ingår. Den nordiska konferensen, NordMedia, har en egen sida.

Kontakta gärna Karin Poulsen med information om aktuella konferenser inom medie- och kommunikationsområdet.

27 mar to 28 mar 2017

London, UK

Dark Futures? Media and Movements in the Age of Post-Truth Politics

This is the last seminar of the ESRC Series Social Movements and Media Technologies and will focus on the challenges faced by progressive social movements and media activists in the wake of the new wave of right-wing populism in Europe and the U.S. and the rise of ‘post-truth’ politics.
This is a free event and open to all, but spaces are limited.

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Goldsmiths, University of London


28 mar to 28 mar 2017

Queens, NY, USA

Consumer Identities and Digital Culture

This symposium is the first in a planned series of events interrogating various aspects of consumer identity, using fans as one exemplar and catalyst for discussion.

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St. John's University


28 mar to 28 mar 2017

Malmö, Sverige

ReadMe 2017: Tema Utanförskap

För fjärde året i rad arrangeras README,  konferensen för dig som jobbar inom skola, bibliotek, bok- och mediebransch eller forskning. README är en  samhällskonferens som varje år samlar 400 personer – men också en mötesplats mellan engagerade människor där nya projekt föds. Tema för README 2017 är utanförskap.

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29 mar to 30 mar 2017

Göteborg, Sverige

Skolbibliotek 2017

Konferensen berör bland annat läsförståelse, källkritik, skolbibliotekens roll i den digitaliserade skolan, yttrande- och tryckfrihetslagen.
Deltar gör bland andra Ola Sigvardsson, Allmänhetens Pressombudsman; Mary Ingemansson, lektor i svenska med inriktning litteraturvetenskap vid Högskolan Kristianstad; Michael Tengberg är docent i pedagogiskt arbete vid Karlstads universitet; Håkan Fleischer, universitetslektor i pedagogik vid Linnéuniversitetet.

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30 mar to 1 apr 2017

Twin City, USA

Remapping European Media Cultures during the Cold War: Networks, Encounters, Exchanges

This symposium aims to systematically examine European media during the Cold War in terms of such /histoires croisées/, tracing the transnational encounters between Eastern and Western European media industries and cultures between 1945 and 1990.
Submissions — including a 300-word abstract and short contributor bio — should be sent by November 15 to rems@umn.edu; queries may also be sent to this address.

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30 mar to 1 apr 2017

Aarhus, Danmark

CounterPlay '17: The Power of Play

CounterPlay ’17 invite you to submit proposals that explore the power of play across different areas in society, from practice as well as research, from private companies to open public arenas and cultural institutions, from kindergarten to universities, from places of work to places of leisure. In essence, everywhere people work, learn and live are possible spaces for play, and we want to investigate what it means and how it might unfold.

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30 mar to 2 apr 2017

Kobe, Japan

The Asian Conference on Arts & Humanities

This conference addresses issues of writing history from literary and other discursive perspectives. That is to say: novels, plays, poems, autobiographies, memoirs, diaries, travel logs and a variety of styles of essay.

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The International Academic Forum / IAFOR


30 mar to 31 mar 2017

Edinburgh, UK

Edinburgh International Film Audience Conference

The Edinburgh International Film Audience Conference is a biannual event which showcases empirical research on the audiences of film and other screen media.  

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The Edinburgh International Film Audience Conference


31 mar to 1 apr 2017

Manchester, UK

Contemporary Spanish Screen Media and Responses to Crisis and Aftermath

This conference will explore the diverse ways in which Spanish screen media has responded to the recent economic crises.

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University of Manchester


31 mar to 1 apr 2017

Istanbul, Turkey

Meda and Communication'17

The event will be held together along with DESIGN STUDIES '17 / Interdisciplinary Conference on Design Studies, Fields and Methods, ADVERTISING '17 / International Conference on Advertising Studies and MARKETING '17 / International Conference on Marketing Studies. Participants will be able to attend any of the sessions of these conferences.

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2 apr to 2 apr 2017

The 2017 Israel Communication Association Conference

The Israel Communication Association will hold its 21st Annual Conference at Sapir Academic College.
Scholars and graduate students from around the world are invited to participate. Proposals for papers or panels may be submitted in the following tracks: (1) individual papers, empirical or theoretical (2) thematic panels (3) roundtables (4) new books. ISCA also invites applications for the following awards: Best Book, Best Paper, Best Student Paper.

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The Israel Communication Association / ISCA


3 apr to 4 apr 2017

Nicosia, Cyprus

The Right of Freedom of Expression in the Digital Age

The Mass Media Institute, the Department of Communications of the University of Nicosia and the Cyprus Radiotelevision Authority,  invite submissions to the   2nd International Conference on the Right of Freedom of Expression  in the Digital Age 
Keynote Speaker: Professor Petros Iosifidis, City, University of London, UK.

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University of Nicosia


3 apr to 7 apr 2017

Lisbon, Portugal

Media, Culture and Power

Media, culture and the dynamics of power are central to media and communication research. Understanding the various ways to research power across media structures and processes is crucial.
This spring school 2017 will thematise the different forms of power during an intense week, combining a mixture of lectures and seminars from leading researchers in the field, with student presentations of ongoing research. Lecturers will include Professors Annette Hill, Göran Bolin and Rita Figueiras.

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Universidade Católica Portuguesa

4 apr to 4 apr 2017

London, UK

The Commonwealth and Challenges to Media Freedom

This conference will draw together members of the Commonwealth Journalists Association, the Commonwealth Lawyers and Magistrates and Judges Association, as well as journalists and policy makers. The two day meeting will address government channels and information flows and the particular challenges facing journalists, bloggers and social media in low-intensity conflict zones.

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The Institute of Commonwealth Studies at the School of Advanced Study


5 apr to 7 apr 2017

Popular Culture, Tourism, and Belonging

This conference brings together these disparate threads and explores the ways in which popular culture and tourism interact in the contemporary media age.
Keynote speakers: David Morley, David Crouch, Marie-Laure Ryan.

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Erasmus University Rotterdam


6 apr to 8 apr 2017

Eugene, OR, USA

Lifestyles • Lifeworlds • Lifeworks: What is Life?

The 7th annual “What is...?” conference-experience investigates, imagines, and enacts everyday lifestyles and lifeworks by emphasizing the lifeworlds we inhabit. The aim is to build bridges through multidisciplinary networks along with discovering how communication is instrumental in and for living systems.
For further information contact Janet Wasko.

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School of Journalism and Communication • University of Oregon

6 apr to 6 apr 2017

Vara, Sverige

Bibliotopia 2017

Den årliga konferensen Bibliotopia är en mötesplats för alla som har intresse av biblioteksutveckling. Bibliotopia har som syfte att diskutera bibliotekens framtida möjligheter och utmaningar. 
2017 kommer Bibliotopia att genomföras i Vara på Konserthuset.

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Kultur i Väst


10 apr to 10 apr 2017

Leicester, UK

Women in the Media Industries: Inputs & Influences

This event focuses on women working in the media industries and how their inputs influence production processes and outputs – what we see on our screens and how they are made.

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De Montfort University


11 apr to 11 apr 2017

Reading, UK

Journeys Across Media (JAM) 2017

The JAM 2017 postgraduate conference will take place at the University of Reading with the theme of worldhood and world-making in film, theatre and television. The conference invites investigation from both researchers and practitioners into the malleable concept of worldhood in works of film, theatre, television and other appropriate art forms.

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Department of Film, Theatre and Television, University of Reading


11 apr to 11 apr 2017

Norwich, UK

The Evolving Landscape of Entertainment TV in China: A 20-Year Review

2017 marks the 20th year of the popularisation of entertainment TV in China. This conference aims to offer a platform for researchers in media and cultural studies to share insights about the history and future of entertainment TV in China and foster research networks.

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UK-China Media and Cultural Studies Association