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8 maj to 10 maj 2019

Aarhus, Denmark

Etc. Exchange Transformation Communication

All of the subdisciplines of English Studies address issues of exchange, transformation and communication: ranging from the temporal development, regional variation and functional properties of language; through the societal interactions examined in history and cultural studies; to the permutations of plot, negotiations of character and voice, and evolutions of genre within literature, film, and other aesthetic forms. Exchange, transformation and communication are crucial to an understanding of English as a humanistic discipline; to its international role in political, institutional and market-driven contexts; and to the mediation between English(es) and other languages that is performed by textual and cultural translation.

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8 maj to 10 maj 2019

Bergen, Norway

Nordiske Mediedager

Nordiske Mediedager är Nordens största årliga mediakonferens och samlar omkring 1800 deltagare från hela branschen. Under eventets tre dagar deltar mer än 100 nationella och internationella föreläsare för att dela sina insikter om branschen.

For more information:

Stiftelsen Nordiske Mediedager


7 maj to 8 maj 2019

Pori, Finland

Fake Intelligence Summit 2019

We know the concepts of fake news, data biases and people living in their bubbles. Fake intelligence covers pretty much the same topics but in context of AI: We have to have critical discussions on how data affects to any AI and eventually reveal all kinds of AI bubbles.

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7 maj to 10 maj 2019

Karlstad, Sweden

The 3^rd International Geomedia Conference: “Revisiting the Home”

The theme of Geomedia 2019 centers on how media are culturally and materially integrated in and reshaping the home-place (e.g., the “smart home” and the “home-office”) and connecting it to other places and spaces. It also concerns the phenomenological and discursive constructions of home, ranging from the intimate social interaction of domestic spaces to the popular (and sometimes politicized) media nostalgia of imagined communities (nation states, homelands, etc.).

For more information:

The Geomedia Research Group at the Department of Geography, Media and Communication (GMK), Karlstad University.


7 maj to 8 maj 2019

Bydgoszcz, Poland

The Future of Media, Mediatization, Journalism and Communication

The conference is organized to exchange ideas, opinions, results of research and predictions related to the development of media, journalism, various forms of communication and mediatization of social life in various dimensions. The conference is free (no conference fee) and addressed to experts in media and communication studies, information science, game studies, sociology, political science, law, cultural studies and other specialists whose research is related to the topic of the conference.

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Uniwersytet Kazimierza Wielkiego


6 maj to 7 maj 2019

Aarhus, Denmark

Online Disinformation: an Integrated View | #1 Defining and Measuring Disinformation

The first of three NOR-HS workshops on online disinformation will kick off the initial phase of such interdisciplinary collaboration by focusing on the fundamental problem of observing and measuring disinformation: How can we define and measure online disinformation in a holistic way – without being limited by discipline-specific views?


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Nordic Network on Disinformation


2 maj to 3 maj 2019

Addis Ababa, Ethiopia

Academic conference on the safety of journalists

As part of this year's annual flagship World Press Freedom Day (WPFD) celebration, the Academic Conference brings together researchers from different disciplines working on issues related to the safety of journalists. It also offers the possibility for researchers to connect with decision-makers and media practitioners.

2 maj to 4 maj 2019

Denton, USA

An Interdisciplinary Conference on Star Wars, Episodes VII, VIII & IX

Theme of conference: resistance to hegemony, justice, and the restoration of peace in Episodes VII, VIII & IX and how these films reflect, contribute to, or depart from wider social discourses and cultural phenomena. In addition to the films themselves, papers may engage with any media related to the sequels including comics, animated series, SW fiction, merchandise, advertising, or other types of social media.

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Digital Frontiers and the University of North Texas Department of Philosophy and Religion


1 maj to 3 maj 2019

Addis Ababa, Ethiopia

World Press Freedom Day 2019

This year’s theme “Media for Democracy: Journalism and Elections in Times of Disinformation” discusses current challenges faced by media in elections, along with the media’s potential in supporting peace and reconciliation processes. A wide range of sessions (plenaries, debates, lightning talks, etc.) will address different aspects of the overall theme.

The event will also host an academic conference on the safety of journalists which will allow researchers from different disciplines to share and discuss recent research. This will be the fourth edition of the conference, aimed at bridging the gap between academic research, policy-making and journalism.



For more information:

UNESCO, the Government of the Federal Democratic Republic of Ethiopia and the African Union Commission in Addis Ababa (Ethiopia)

Saorla McCabe (Email: s.mccabe@unesco.org)


25 apr to 26 apr 2019

Vilnius, Lithuania

Visuality 2019: Creative communication in the emerging constellations

The new visual media create the space in which creativity and communication operate as the inseparable phenomena. On the other hand, mass media are often blamed for levelling up and blocking the creative aspirations of the society. As a result, new social constellations that are neither creative nor sustainable are emerging. These emerging phenomena require innovative measures and technologies capable of proportioning creative aspirations of new constellations to the challenges of new audio/visual media.

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Gediminas Technical University


24 apr to 26 apr 2019

Oulu/Uleåborg, Finland

Interaction and discourse in flux: Changing landscapes of everyday life

This conference explores how changes in society emerge in interactions and discourses. How do these changes influence, and how are they influenced by, participants in various contexts of work and everyday life? We warmly welcome contributions that outline future trends and present new perspectives on interaction and discourse studies. Presentations may investigate the complexity of different settings, data, methods and theories.

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COACT - Complexity of (inter)action and multimodal participation


15 apr to 16 apr 2019

San Juan, Puerto Rico

V International Congress on Visual Culture

This congress proposes a dialogue between history and visual culture, in order to reflect “visually” issues applicable to that great reality called Latin America, such as political propaganda, the configuration of collective memories, the construction of the nation, the articulation of identities and subjectivities, among others, using the principle of scrutinizing the image from production to reception and consumption.

15 apr to 18 apr 2019

Athens, Greece

5th Annual International Conference on Communication and Management (ICCM2019)

The main purpose of this Annual International Conference is to bring together academics, students, researchers and professionals from different disciplines and cultural backgrounds, and encourage them to present their work, communicate, exchange and collaborate.

Additionally, we seek to build bridges between academia and professionals in the domains treated by this interdisciplinary conference. Thus we welcome Laboratories, Workshops, and Seminars to demonstrate projects, exchange and discuss ideas and share best- practices regarding the conference themes.

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12 apr to 14 apr 2019

Reading and London, UK

Action Cinema Now

This conference seeks to bring together scholars from a range of disciplines in a cross-continental, intercultural, intermedial and interdisciplinary examination of this wide-ranging form. To analyse action cinema in its heterogeneity, and in particular to skew away from traditional foci of action scholarship (such as the white cis-gendered male hero), the conference will be organised around four thematic areas: (1) regional exchange, (2) aesthetics, (3) performance, and (4) industry.

12 apr to 13 apr 2019

Rochester NY, USA

12th Visual and Cultural Studies Graduate Conference

The Visual and Cultural Studies Graduate Conference is organized biennially by PhD students in Visual and Cultural Studies. This conference invites emerging scholars and practitioners in the humanities, arts, and social sciences to consider the ways in which idleness works across cultures. How might the concept of idleness be seen as a space of inquiry and contestation, and how might it become generative and productive? Hosted by the University of Rochester’s Graduate Program in Visual and Cultural Studies, this conference aims to foster an environment for interdisciplinary communication, knowledge exchange, and collaboration.

For more information:

PhD students in Visual and Cultural Studies Program at the University of Rochester

vcsconference at gmail dot com


11 apr to 13 apr 2019

Reading, UK

An International Conference on Action Cinema

This conference brings together scholars from a range of disciplines in a cross-continental, intercultural, intermedial and interdisciplinary examination of this wide-ranging form. We seek to analyse action cinema in its heterogeneity, and in particular to skew away from traditional foci of action scholarship, such as the white cis-gendered male hero.

10 apr to 10 apr 2019

Sheffield, UK

1st Communication, Media and Journalism Research Group PGR/ECR Conference

This one-day conference seeks to unite postgraduate researchers and early career academics whose research focus lies in the interconnected fields of communication, media and journalism.

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The Communication, Media and Journalism research group (CMJ)


10 apr to 11 apr 2019

Aarhus, Denmark


TRANSFORMING CULTURAL INSTITUTIONS AND THEIR USERS – Current Agendas in the Interdisciplinary Turn to Participation

The seminar introduces, and offers a space for discussing, important current agendas for cultural institutions interested in participation. It begins with the premise that the present cultural, institutional and academic interest in participation often challenges traditional professional practices as well as distinctions like institution/citizen, professional/user, expert knowledge/lay experience and cultural sector/other sectors. In this way, the turn to new forms of participatory engagements also calls for interdisciplinary interaction and inspiration.

For more information:

the Danish research network on cultural participation



10 apr to 12 apr 2019

Osaka, Japan

2019 8th International Conference on Language, Medias and Culture

ICLMC 2019 aims to bring together researchers, scientists, engineers, and scholar students to exchange and share their experiences, new ideas, and research results about all aspects of Language, Medias and Culture, and discuss the practical challenges encountered and the solutions adopted. The conference will be held every year to make it an ideal platform for people to share views and experiences in Language, Medias and Culture and related areas. For more details of the conference schedule, please feel free to contact us at iclmc@iedrc.org. The full version of program will be given by the end of March 2019.

For more information:

International Conference on Language, Medias and Culture (ICLMC)



10 apr to 12 apr 2019

Amsterdam, The Netherlands

Realities and Fantasies: Relations, Transformations, Discontinuities

In this workshop, we take on the continuous and renewed interest in the real in its relation to fantasy, illusion, and imagination. Whereas typically, debates on realism are focused on its contrast to idealism or nominalism, we ask: What are the contemporary relations between realities and fantasies? How do reality and fantasy speak to intellectual imaginings and possible futures? What role can or should fictions, fantasies, and idealizations play in social, political, individual, and metaphysical change? We are interested in presentations that take on the ways in which reality and fantasy relate, how they may contrast, and how, and under what conditions, the one may transform into the other.

For more information:

ASCA, Amsterdam School for Cultural Analysis