Konferenser

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

Kontakta gärna Mia Jonsson Lindell med information om aktuella konferenser inom medie- och kommunikationsområdet.

10 aug to 10 aug 2018

Philadelphia, United States

Media Sociology Preconference 2018

We invite submissions for a preconference on media sociology to be held at State System @ Center City (This is one day before the start of the annual meeting of the American Sociological Association in Philadelphia.) To encourage the widest possible range of submissions, we have no pre-specified theme again this year and invite both theoretical and empirical papers on any topic related to media sociology. Submissions from graduate students and junior scholars are particularly welcome.

12 aug to 15 aug 2018

Shanghai , China

Crossroads in Cultural Studies 2018

The Crossroads in Cultural Studies Conference has played an important role in the creation of a global discussion of Cultural Studies. It has become a major international conference where scholars from all five continents gather regularly to exchange research, views, and insights.Previous conferences have taken place in Sydney (Australia), Birmingham (United Kingdom), Urbana-Champaign (USA), Istanbul (Turkey), Kingston (Jamaica), Hong Kong (China), Paris (France), and Tampere (Finland).

For more information:

The Association for Cultural Studies / ACS

https://goo.gl/ESorZ5

19 aug to 24 aug 2018

, Switzerland

Media history from the margins

The summer seminar aims to rethink media history from the margins and to place at the center of our attention neglected, alternative, or censured media texts, uses, and technologies. By shifting the discussion from hegemonic actors, dominant institutions, and successful mass media to the fringes of media history, it pursues the double objective of rewriting media history into media histories, and of opening a space to rethink historiographical practices and methods.

For more information:

https://goo.gl/a16z9J

21 aug to 25 aug 2018

Tallin, Estonia

The Cultural Governance of Global Flows: Past and Future

 10th International Conference on Cultural Policy Research (ICCPR) has the theme The Cultural Governance of Global Flows: Past and Future. The conference expects to address not only the present situation and future strategies but invites investigations into the archaeologies and histories of contemporary flows and into past ways of addressing related challenges with cultural policies in different regions of the world. It puts a special emphasis on the experiences in Eastern Europe and other transitional societies.

For more information:

http://iccpr2018.tlu.ee

3 sep to 5 sep 2018

Huddersfield, United Kingdom

Crosstown Traffic: Popular Music Theory and Practice

A recurrent theme within popular music studies has been discussion of how the field can integrate different disciplines and professions, for example exploring both music and its context; involving both practitioners and researchers; and encouraging interdisciplinary and collaborative work. Proposals for presentations, discussion panels and posters are invited that are relevant to recent developments in any of the subject organisations, especially those that explore theory and/or practice.
 

For more information:

https://goo.gl/eCA43d

5 sep to 7 sep 2018

Ormskirk, United Kingdom

Critical Studies in Television Conference

The conference theme is "State of Play: Television Scholarship in TVIV". 

6 sep to 7 sep 2018

Reading, United Kingdom

Subcultures, Popular Music and Social Change

The 2nd International Conference of the Interdisciplinary Network for the Study of Subcultures, Popular Music and Social Change. This international conference will analyse the problems and possibilities of writing on subcultures and their music. It will bring together academics, journalists and practitioners; it will be multidisciplinary and interdisciplinary. 

For more information:

https://goo.gl/zGrnAR

6 sep to 7 sep 2018

Portsmouth, United Kingdom

Understanding and Examining the Digital Advocacy Pioneers

This workshop seeks to document the evolution of online organising and digital campaigning across the world. This workshop marks the first gathering of scholars working in this area.

For more information:

https://goo.gl/3UMYxw

6 sep to 8 sep 2018

Zagreb, Croatia

Communication, Capitalism and Social Change: Policy, Practice, Praxis

Communication is essential to society. There are no social relations without communication, and communication is the key for the inter-subjective understanding of humans. Communication is embedded within relations of production in digital capitalism.

For more information:

http://esarn18zagreb.org

6 sep to 8 sep 2018

Växjö, Swedem

Symbiotic Cinema: Film and Other Media

this 24th SERCIA international conference calls for rationale and analysis that bears on cinema/television as technical media and its characteristics. Keynote speakers: François Jost – Sorbonne Nouvelle-Paris 3, France, Lúcia Nagib – University of Reading, UK and Miriam De Rosa – Coventry University, UK.

 

For more information:

Linnaeus University Centre for Intermedial and Multimodal Studies

https://goo.gl/qF1bgw

6 sep to 7 sep 2018

Auckland, New Zealand

Journalism, media and surveillance

The Internet and social media create new opportunities for surveillance. Governments, military organisations, intelligence agencies, corporations, market researchers, and advertisers have the capacity to erase privacy and reshape the conditions of human autonomy. Mass media representations can, potentially, legitimise or delegitimise contemporary surveillance practices. These developments threaten journalistic practice just as they create new opportunities for counter-surveilling institutions of power. How then, should we understand the interrelationships which conjoin journalism, media and surveillance? Conference participants will, we hope, respond to this general question. 
 

For more information:

9 sep to 12 sep 2018

Valletta, Malta

Digital Research in the Humanities & Arts (DRHA) Conference

A call for proposals for papers, panels, workshops, screenings, performances, installations or round-table discussions is now open.The conference programme will be structured within 5 distinct strands: Digital arts, design and performance; Digital humanities; Creative and cultural industries; Digital libraries and archives; and Digital cities and urban commons.

10 sep to 11 sep 2018

Loughborough, United Kingdom

Nations and Nationalisms: Theories, Practices and Methods

The Loughborough University Nationalism Network, in collaboration with the Association for the Study of Ethnicity and Nationalism (ASEN), are organising an international conference dedicated to post-graduate students (Master and PhD) interested in theories, practices and methods of nations and nationalism studies.

12 sep to 14 sep 2018

Leicester, United Kingdom

Care in the Media and Cultural Industries

This second interdisciplinary CAMEo conference focuses on the issues of "care, concerns and ethics" in the cultural and media economies. Confirmed keynote speaker: Professor Bev Skeggs. 

For more information:

https://goo.gl/zqXMDr

18 sep to 20 sep 2018

Poznan, Poland

The International Conference on Entertainment Computation

The International Conference on Entertainment Computation is the longest lasting and prime scientific conference series inthe area of Entertainment Computing. It brings together practitioners, researchers, artists, designers, and industry on thedesign, creation, development, use, application and evaluation of digital entertainment content and experience systems.

For more information:

http://www.ifip-icec.org

20 sep to 22 sep 2018

Alicante, Spain

(Video)ludic history as an alternative mode of knowing the past

The goal of this workshop is twofold. First, to establish a forum in which scholars of any field can share their research on historical games, discuss their methods, approaches and conclusions with their colleagues, and generate shared knowledge. Second, to make  historical game studies known to the rest of the academic community, especially between historians.

20 sep to 22 sep 2018

Bologna, Italy

Taboo and the media

The 2018 conference seeks to explore the shifting boundaries of the acceptability of taboo in their various incarnations as produced and perceived in today’s media landscape, from cinema and television, to news, videogames, and different kinds of online content.

20 sep to 21 sep 2018

Oxford, United Kingdom

Internet, Policy and Politics 2018: Long Live Democracy?

This conference will question the theses of democratic renewal - and democratic decay - in a digital world.

20 sep to 21 sep 2018

Edinburgh, Scotland

Food and Communication

This conference, which comes out of the FoodKom Research Network,  established in 2015 inÖrebro University (Sweden), and a Communicating Food symposium at the University of Chester(UK) in September 2017, aims to bring together researchers that work in the areas of food andcommunication, be it academically or non-academically. It aims to establish a regular, biannualplatform which will offer scholars space to share and discuss research at the intersection ofcommunication and food studies, but also at the intersection of academic scholarship andprofessionals that work in the areas concerned with communicating food.

For more information:

foodcommunication@qmu.ac.uk

21 sep to 22 sep 2018

Oradea, Romania

Argumentor Conference 2018: Digital Agora

Conference sections: Argumentation in the digital agora, Digital artworld, Digital lifestyle, Education for digital citizenship, Online rhetoric, Politics in the digital agora, Social interactions online. 

For more information:

https://argumentor.wordpress.com

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