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21 mar to 22 mar 2019

Badia Fiesolana – Refettorio, Italy

Annual Scientific Seminar on Media and the Digital Economy (9th edition)

In March every year, the Florence School of Regulation Communications & Media (FSR C&M), Centre for Media Pluralism and Freedom (CMPF) and Florence Competition Programme (FCP) organise jointly the Annual Scientific Seminar on Media and the Digital Economy. Since its first edition, the Seminar (which was formerly known as the Annual Scientific Seminar on The Economics, Law and Policy of Communications and Media), has brought together a great number of scholars from all over the world and featured many prominent keynote speakers in the fields of social sciences, economics, law and media, as well as practitioners.

For more information:

Centre for Media Pluralism and Freedom (CMPF)


21 mar to 23 mar 2019

Gorizia, Italy

Automation, Animation and the Imitation of Life in Cinema and Media

The 2019 Udine/Gorizia International Film Studies Conference will investigate the interrelationships between automation, representation and “viewing/listening dispositives” from early to late modernity/postmodernity. In doing this, we would draw on the “1900 episteme” (which is the main feature of the “technical society that come into being in the 17th century and became the flourishing industrial society of 19th century”) and the tripartition spectator (or user)-machine-representation” (Albera and Tortajada, 2010).

18 mar to 22 mar 2019

Brussels and in Member States, Belgium and in Member States

European Media Literacy Week

The European Media Literacy week will be a opportunity to celebrate the societal importance of media literacy in our modern world. On the occasion of the European Media Literacy Week (18 – 22 March), the European Commission is organising its opening conference on 19 March with a keynote speech of the Commissioner for Digital Economy and Society, Mariya Gabriel. https://ec.europa.eu/futurium/en/european-media-literacy-events

18 mar to 18 mar 2019

Oslo, Norway

3rd Making Transparency Possible conference - Interdisciplinary dialogues 2019

The third research conference in the series “Making Transparency Possible - Interdisciplinary dialogues” will focus on “Financial Secrecy and the impact of investigative journalism and cross-border collaboration on the public understanding of illicit financial flows.”

14 mar to 14 mar 2019

Lund, Sweden

Media Mixing: International Symposium at Lund University

The symposium seeks to debate the mixing of generic content within information and entertainment, and how this is connected to dispersed sites of production, distribution and reception contexts. Contributions ought to address the following areas of enquiry: media and democracy, news, fake news and political engagement, social activism, mimetic and visual cultures, cultural citizenship and popular culture, genre and representation, transmedia storytelling, media assemblage, media audiences, media and creative industries, distribution and piracy, amateur media, amongst other areas of inquiry.

For more information:

Department of Communication and Media



13 mar to 15 mar 2019

Puebla, Mexico

21st Annual Conference: Society for Phenomenology and Media​

SPM 2019: Society for Phenomenology and Media 21st Annual Conference "What We Say about Media and What That Says about Us: Medium, Its Message, and Geopolitics"

For more information:

The Society for Phenomenology and Media (SPM)



11 mar to 13 mar 2019

Valencia, Spain

The 13th annual International Technology, Education and Development Conference, INTED2019

The International Academy of Technology, Education and Development (IATED) is an organisation dedicated to the promotion of international education and university cooperation in the field of Technology and Science.

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International Academy of Technology, Education and Development (IATED)



7 mar to 8 mar 2019

Manchester, UK

Reconceptualising Early Childhood Literacies: An International Conference

This exciting conference will bring together researchers from across the world who are interested in the ways in which early childhood literacies are being transformed in the twenty-first century. 

6 mar to 8 mar 2019

Umeå, Sweden

Critical Digital and Social Media Research

DIGSUM, the Centre for Digital Social Research, at Umeå University invites PhD students, postdocs, and other interested researchers, from any country or university to take part in this workshop and symposium on the topic of critical digital and social media research. Critical theories, critical methodologies and critical practices are cornerstones of digital and social media research. Such approaches are tools for questioning big data fetishism and the dominance of overly data-driven analytics. This combined symposium and PhD workshop wants to contribute to the advancement of critical approaches, methodologies, theories, epistemologies, practices, and ethics in this field of scholarship.

For more information:

DIGSUM, the Centre for Digital Social Research, at Umeå University/CAMRI (Communication and Media Research Institute, University of Westminster, London, UK)


6 mar to 8 mar 2019

Copenhagen, Denmark

The Third Annual Nordic Challenges Conference: Global challenges and Nordic responses

The ReNEW conference 2019 on ‘Nordic challenges’ focuses on how democratic institutions and practices as well as culture and values are changing in response to the multiple global challenges faced by Nordic countries.

For more information:

ReNEW (Reimagining Norden in an Evolving World)


6 mar to 6 mar 2019

Manchester, UK

Internet of Toys: Digitising Early Childhood International Preconference

This pre-conference is about the emerging world of internet-connected toys (Internet of Toys or IoToys), where toys relate one-on-one to children and also connect to other toys, other children and/or database data about children and connected toys.  It is of groundbreaking relevance to educators, media and communication theorists and psychologists.  

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6 mar to 8 mar 2019

Cologne, Germany

the 21th General Online Research Conference!

The General Online Research Conference is annually organized by the German Society for Online Research in cooperation with a local partner. In 2019 the GOR conference will take place in Cologne, Germany, with the TH Köln – University of Applied Sciences being the local organizer.

For more information:

Deutsche Gesellschaft für Online-Forschung - DGOF e.V. / German Society for Online-Research


4 mar to 4 mar 2019

Bern, Germany

International Public Media Conference (IPMC) – what does the future of public media look like?

The conference will take place at the Zentrum Paul Klee in Bern and is free for all registrants, the number of available places is limited. In addition, there will be a live stream of selected panels online (www.swissinfo.ch/eng/ipmc-livestream) and a report on the conference in English for interested members of the public.

26 feb to 26 feb 2019

Online session: CONNECT University on "Exploring Deepfakes"

Can the machine learning that produces deepfakes be easily reversed to detect them, what kind of tools can be developed, or is user awareness the key?  Join live to discuss the phenomena of deepfakes in more detail. You can comment and ask questions.
CONNECT University session: "Exploring Deepfakes: Who Do You Trust?" 2019-02-2611:00 to 13:00

26 feb to 26 feb 2019

Buxelles, Belgium

Advancing Gender Equal Media

This workshop discusses the challenges which remain in advancing gender equality in the media and will include contributions from a range of speakers from EU institutions, women-focused NGOs and media professionals. It will also consider some of the positive strategies which are being developed to respond to these long-standing issues, including the launch of a new, EU-funded project and web platform, Advancing Gender Equality in Media Industries (AGEMI).

For more information:

Advancing Gender Equality in Media Industries (AGEMI)


25 feb to 27 feb 2019

Bangkok, Thailand

2019 2nd International Conference on E-Business and Applications (ICEBA 2019)

ICEBA 2019 aims at bringing together researchers and practitioners who are interested in e-Business technology and its current applications. The scope of the conference covers low-level technological issues, such as technology platforms, internet of things and web services, but also higher-level issues, such as business processes, business intelligence, value setting and business strategy.

22 feb to 23 feb 2019

Savannah, GA, USA

7th Annual International Critical Media Literacy Conference

This multidisciplinary conference is designed to aid current educational leaders, future teachers, youth, and other concerned citizens in their understanding of mass media and its impact on the events that shape our daily lives. Promoting critical media literacy is essential in excavating social inequalities and fostering participatory democracy during the 21st century.

For more information:

Georgia Southern University


20 feb to 22 feb 2019

Aarhus, Denmarik

Comics and Society: Research, Art, and Cultural Politics Nordic Summer University Winter Symposium

Comics and Society is an interdisciplinary three-year initiative that aims to cultivate our understanding of comics as a social and socially defined phenomenon and to strengthen the status of comic art and comics scholarship in the Nordic-Baltic region. Through academic discussion, artistic work, and social engagement we explore how comics take part in making sense of societies, social phenomena, and societal changes especially, but not exclusively, in the Nordic and Baltic countries.

For more information:

Nordic Summer University


18 feb to 18 feb 2019

Tübingen, Germany

Graduate Workshop “Sisterhood on Twitter”

Sisterhood on Twitter? ICT-based Collective Action and Narratives of Solidarity and Justice" - the deadline for submissions is 20 January 2019.
What are mechanisms of inclusion and exclusion in ICT-based collective actions? What is the actual visibility that these kind of actions can hope to achieve? Who are the most visible actors within their narrow context? What narratives do these actors voice? How do the actors’ narratives of solidarity and justice clash with feminist ideas about gender equality and justice?

The goal of the workshop is to develop new thoughts about the topic at hand, gather inspiration for your own work, and connect with academics working on similar issues.