Konferenser

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

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

24 okt to 25 okt 2019

Groningen, The Netherlands

Biannual conference of ECREA Television Studies Section “The Youthification of Television and Screen Culture

The conference has as its key goal to overcome ‘narrow’ definitions of the medium television, inviting reflections from wider and intersectional perspectives studying the medium’s production, reception and/or cross-platform programming in different European contexts.

For more information:

Television Studies Section of ECREA (European Communication Research and Education Association)

https://ecreatelevisionstudies2019.wordpress.com/

25 okt to 26 okt 2019

Dubrovnik, Croatia

14th Dubrovnik Media Days International scientific conference

New media formats: Television

University of Dubrovnik, Department of Mass Communication would like to invite you to participate in the Dubrovnik Media Days (DMD) that will take place on October 25-26, 2019 at the University of Dubrovnik.

Call for papers: http://www.unidu.hr/datoteke/9874/Call_for_Papers.pdf

 

For more information:

University of Dubrovnik, Department of Mass Communication

Ivan Tanta: ivan.tanta@net.hr Davor Pauković: davor.paukovic@unidu.hr

http://www.unidu.hr/odjeli.php?idizbornik=844

30 okt to 31 okt 2019

Brussels, Belgium

Digital Fortress Europe Exploring Boundaries between Media, Migration and Technology

The thematic focus of this conference is on media, migration and technology and all their possible linkages and intersections. While significant attention goes to digital technologies and social media, the organizers do aim for a broad focus that also includes traditional media, and aspects of media production, organization, consumption, representation and policy.

For more information:

the European Communication Research & Education Association’s (ECREA) Diaspora, Migration & the Media (DMM) section in collaboration with the ECREA’s International & Intercultural Communication (IIC) section, the Young Scholars Network of ECREA (YECREA),

https://www.ecreadmm.com/

1 nov to 2 nov 2019

Bonn, Germany

ECREA Mediatization Section mid-term conference

This conference will be organized in cooperation with the “Philosophy of Communication” section. The main theme of this meeting will be "Datafication, Mediatization, and the Machine Age" . Apart from the regular presentations, a public round table with colleagues from the “Social Robot Lab” at the University of Bonn and a workshop for PhD students are planned.

For more information:

ECREA Mediatization Section

https://www.ecrea.eu/event-3254257

7 nov to 8 nov 2019

Rotterdam, The Netherlands

ECREA Digital Games Research Section symposium

his symposium hosted by the ECREA Digital Games Research Section aims to look at where we have been and where we are going as a field - what could be the next steps? Where could we go from here, and what is going to happen to game studies in the 2020s? How does the multi-disciplinary field of game studies relate to the similarly multi-disciplinary field of communication studies? What kind of innovations are waiting around the corner when it comes to novel research methods or theorizing? What kind of phenomena are only beginning to receive attention, where are the remaining gaps in research?

For more information:

ECREA Digital Games Research Section

https://easychair.org/cfp/gameco2019

7 nov to 8 nov 2019

Hilversum, The Netherlands

The International perspective on a radio centenary

The centenary celebration takes place at the Netherlands Institute for Sound and Vision in Hilversum that houses a wealth of archive material related to Dutch radio history. Proposals for individual presentations from radio scholars and practitioners on radio in any country/region on the following themes are welcome (both contemporary and historical):

  • International radio
  • Radio news
  • Radio music
  • Radio sport
  • The future of radio research

12 nov to 14 nov 2019

Las Vegas, NEVADA; USA

43rd FIPP World Media Congress

The FIPP World Media Congress, taking place on 12-14 November 2019 in las Vegas, is the largest magazine media event in the world. Bringing together the world’s leading magazine media publishers and industry suppliers, this global event is an opportunity to explore the latest trends and solutions in the industry, amongst an unrivalled delegate list and cutting edge suppliers.

If you are a student, researcher, an investor or media buyer contact claire@fipp.com for special rates.

13 nov to 15 nov 2019

Zurich, Switzerland

European Conference on Health Communication (ECHC)

The conference has a thematic focus on social aspects of health communication. It will provide a platform for discussing the interrelations between health, health communication, and people’s social contexts on various levels and from diverse perspectives. With the aim to represent the full scope of current health communication research, the ECHC also welcomes research on further issues of health communication.

For more information:

ECREA and the Health Communication Division of the German Communication Association (DGPuK). Hosted by the Department of Communication and Media Research at the University of Zurich (IKMZ).

https://echc.ch/

4 dec to 6 dec 2019

Sydney, Australia

019 JERAA Conference. The conference theme, Journalisms: Plurality, Precarity and Possibilities

In 2019, the Journalism Education and Research Association of Australia conference, to be held at the University of Sydney, invites papers and panel proposals that address the theme of ‘Journalisms: plurality, precarity and possibilities’.

For more information:

The Department of Media and Communications at the University of Sydney

https://www.jeraa2019.com/

5 dec to 6 dec 2019

Mainz, Germany

ECREA Communication and Democracy Section Workshop

The suggested workshop addresses emerging communication and media perspectives on political implications of privacy. Citizens constantly define and redefine information boundaries when acting with and on media. The way they “do privacy” is recursively related to surrounding infrastructures. Societal and technological infrastructures inform privacy practices and privacy practices transform political dimensions of social privacy order. We invite contributions on politically motivated media practices (micro and meso) as well as on political implications of privacy infrastructures and regulation (law, values, discourses and technology).

For more information:

ECREA Communication and Democracy Section/Johanna E. Möller, Jakub Nowak

https://www.ecrea.eu/event-3219822

2 apr to 3 apr 2020

Leeds, UK

International Media Education Summit

Conference Theme: Media Education, Diversity and Voice

Each year the Media Education Summit brings together a global network of researchers, educators and practitioners working across all aspects of media education, media and digital literacy and media / technology in education. The event is the leading global showcase for research, pedagogy and innovation on all aspects of media education.

For more information:

MES is convened by the UK’s Centre for Excellence in Media Practice, in collaboration with a leading organisation in a different country each year. In 2020, our host is the School of Media and Communication at the University of Leeds.

https://www.cemp.ac.uk/summit/2020/

21 maj to 25 maj 2025

Future ICA Conferences

ICA is an academic association for scholars interested in the study, teaching and application of all aspects of human and mediated communication.
Future ICA conferences:
2019 - 23-27 May, Washington, DC
2020 - 21-25 May, Gold Coast, Australia
2021 - Denver, CO
2022 - TBD
2023 - Toronto, Canada

For more information:

The International Communication Association / ICA

https://icahdq.site-ym.com/

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