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9 nov to 11 nov 2017

Birmingham, United Kingdom

The 11th International Conference and Festival on Global Cult Film Traditions

For its 11th annual addition, the conference Fear and the Unfamiliar: Wrong Time, Wrong Place, Wrong Crowd considers the ways in which cult media exploits the boundaries of self and other in order to address horror and unease across a range of key genres.


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10 nov to 11 nov 2017

Newcastle, UK

Fake News - An Historical Perspective

Fake news is a term that has become familiar in late 2016 and early 2017, not least because of international political developments.
Topics that may be addressed include, but are not, limited to: Propaganda, political lobbying and activism; Irish views of Britain and British views of Ireland; News manipulation across the political spectrum; Representations of ‘the Other’; War reporting and embedded reporting; Representing and reporting civil unrest and conflict worldwide; Fake news and celebrity.

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Newcastle University


10 nov to 11 nov 2017

Stockholm, Sweden

ECREA Symposium Digital Democracy: Critical Perspectives in the Age of Big Data

Joint Conference of two ECREA Sections: Communication and Democracy; and Media Industries and Cultural Production
Keynote speakers:  Helen Kennedy, University of Sheffield; Joseph Turow. University of Pennsylvania; MikkelFlyverbom. Copenhagen Business School.

10 nov to 11 nov 2017

Barcelos, Portugal

DIGICOM - Design and Digital Communication

This is the first edition of DIGICOM, an international conference on Digital Design and Communication, organized by the Design School of the Polytechnic Institute of Cávado and Ave, under the Master in Digital Design.

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The Design School of the Polytechnic Institute of Cávado and Ave


13 nov to 14 nov 2017

Edinburgh, UK

PR and Society - The generative power of history in the present and future

A one-day conference in honour of Professor Jacquie L’Etang.
The aim of the conference is to open up questions of how histories are put to use by people in different ways in order to explore how the past is constructed from the present; how the present is always historical, and how both past and present power imagined futures.

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Organisational and Strategic Communication Section of ECREA


13 nov to 14 nov 2017

London, United Kingdom

From text to screen and back to text: film and literature, the Portuguese context

This conference will focus on the challenges, possibilities and multidisciplinary aspects arising from and related to the field of interaction between literature and film in a Portuguese context. Guest speaker: João Botelho, Portuguese film director and Margarida Gil Portuguese director, writer and actress.

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King’s College London


14 nov to 17 nov 2017

Funchal, Madeira Islands

Interactive Digital Storytelling

Since 2008, ICIDS became the premier annual venue that gathers researchers, developers, practitioners and theorists to present and share the latest innovations, insights and techniques in the expanding field of interactive storytelling and the technologies that support it. This is the 10th international conference on interactive digital storytelling.

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Madeira Interactive Technologies Institute


14 nov to 17 nov 2017

Funchal, Madeira

Interactive Digital Storytelling

ICDShas its origin in a series of related international conferences that ran between 2001 and 2007. It gathers researchers, developers, practitioners and theorists to present and share the latest innovations, insights and techniques in the expanding field of interactive storytelling and the technologies that support it.

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16 nov to 17 nov 2017

Vancouver, Canada

Second International Conference on Communication & Media Studies

Special focus of the 2017 conference is Rethinking the "Mediascape". Proposals for paper presentations, workshops/interactive sessions, posters/exhibits, virtual lightning talks, virtual posters, or colloquia are invited.

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University of British Columbia


16 nov to 18 nov 2017

Bordeaux, France

Radio in the Public Service

The GRER symposium wishes to ask questions about the relevance, the legitimacy, and, therefore, the sustainability of the institutional structures with public service broadcasting statute. These issues and their implications can be taken up by drawing from their histories, their present realities, and by exploring a range of their possible futures.

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Groupe de Recherches et d'Études sur la Radio / GRER


16 nov to 17 nov 2017

Hull, United Kingdom

Media & Politics Group Annual Conference 2017

We welcome papers which examine the reactions and roles of media, communications and culture in relation to (amongst other things) such issues as Trump, Brexit, Isis, Syria, Russia, North Korea, Turkey, the European Union, immigration, global warming, cyber warfare, corruption scandals, the resurgence of ultra-nationalism, the collapse of the state, the death of trust, the death of truth, ongoing and impending economic catastrophes, and the path towards (and the aftermath of) the UK’s snap general election of June 2017. 

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University of Hull


16 nov to 18 nov 2017

Lisbon, Portugal

XV IBERCOM Conference: Communication, Diversity and Tolerance

The fifteenth edition of the IBERCOM Conference takes place at the School of Human Sciences of the Catholic University of Portugal, within the framework of consolidating the Iberian-American space for reflection and debate in communication studies.

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17 nov to 19 nov 2017

Bucharest, Romania

Queer and Feminist Studies in Eastern Europe International Conference / QueerFemSEE

QueerFemSEE is an interdisciplinary conference that seeks to explore various accounts of South-Eastern and Eastern European researchers (and their Western peers with similar interests) concerning topics connected to media studies, cultural studies, public space, and their intersection with gender and queer studies.

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Queer and Feminist Studies in Eastern Europe


18 nov to 18 nov 2017

Birmingham, United Kingdom

Identity and Vinyl Culture

The resurgence of vinyl records in a multi-format, multi-channel listening world raises fundamental questions around the development of music technology, accessibility and the social practice of listening. We welcome both traditional and innovative formats for presentations relating to any areas of musical research, including composition, audio-visual media, performance, and/or other creative practices. Keynote speaker: Paul Long, Professor of Media and Cultural History, Birmingham City University


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The Department of Music at the University of Birmingham


22 nov to 24 nov 2017

Dunedin, New Zealand

Mediating the Real 2: Mediations in a 'Post Truth' Era

This conference asks and unpacks the interactions of (post) truth, the 'real' and contemporary media. Building on and following from the success of Mediating the Real ‘1’, we encourage critically informed approaches – particularly drawing from the work of Lacan. However, this time too, we invite scholars engaged with Jean Baudrillard's prolific engagement in these matters. 

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University of Otago


22 nov to 24 nov 2017

Aalborg, Denmark

Big Video Sprint 2017

This mini-conference is targeted at practitioners of qualitative video ethnography and ethnomethodological conversation analysis who are exploring new ways of collecting time-based records of social, material and embodied practices as live-action events in real or virtual worlds.
Keynote speakers:
Anne Harris, RMIT University, Australia; Robert Willim, Lund University, Sweden; Adam Fouse, Aptima, USA;  Paul McIlvenny & Jacob Davidsen, Aalborg University, Denmark.

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Aalborg University


23 nov to 25 nov 2017

Münster, Germany

Late Autumn School “Trust through the changes of time? The constitution and meaning of trust in digital times

The participants and the invited researchers will discuss the constitution and meaning of trust in digital times. Furthermore, the participants are given the opportunity to discuss their research projects with the keynote speakers in workshops. Applications are accepted from PhD and master students in communication science, psychology, economics, information systems and sport & exercise sciences as well as similar research fields. Keynote:  Prof. Dr. Roger Mayer (NC State University), Prof. Dr. Sirkka Jarvenpaa (University of Texas), Prof. Dr. Yariv Tsfati (University of Haifa). 

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23 nov to 24 nov 2017

São Paulo, Brazil

International Symposium on Journalism in Multiplatform Environments

This year’s programming will focus on the journalism market and its expanding frontiers, as well as the changes that are brought to production languages by the demand for multiple platforms. We look forward to having, during the two days of the symposium, discussions that focus on the fact that we are currently working on shaking grounds with well established processes going through a rearranging and revision process. 

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FIAM-FAAM | Professional Master of Science in Journalism


23 nov to 25 nov 2017

Jyväskylä, Finland

The 24th Nordic Intercultural Communication Conference

University of Jyväskylä and JAMK University of Applied Sciences welcome you all to the 24th Nordic Intercultural Communication conference with the theme Diversities, mobilities, and cultural identities in the balance.

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University of Jyväskylä


24 nov to 24 nov 2017

Bath, United Kingdom

Transmedia UK: Sector by Sector

Audiences now engage with media across multiple platforms, following the fictions of films and books across social media and video games, exploring brand universes and publishing enterprises across television, comics, websites, apps, etc. This academic-industry workshop aims to identify the strategies and principles that now make up the transmedia practices in and across online gaming, publishing, mobile media, digital marketing and beyond, examining which practices operate across these various sectors while exploring what it means to distinguish between storytelling, publishing, interactivity and marketing in today's transmedia environment.


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Bath Spa University