CFP: “Advancing Digital Disconnection Research” (ECREA Pre-conference)

CALL FOR PAPERS Advancing Digital Disconnection Research ECREA Pre-conference: Braga, October 2, 2020 The Digital Culture and Communication section is pleased to announce the "Advancing Digital Disconnection Research" ECREA pre-conference. For more information, please check the Call For Papers - https://www.hf.uio.no/imk/english/research/projects/digital-disconnection/events/conferences/mapping-digital-disconnection-research--.html Deadline for abstract submissions - 2nd April 2020 Submit your 500 words abstracts to …

CFP: ECREA’s 8th European Communication Conference – Communication and trust

CALL FOR PAPERS ECREA's 8th European Communication Conference will take place in Braga, Portugal from 2nd – 5th October 2020. This year’s conference theme is “Communication and trust: building safe, sustainable and promising futures”. Check the complete Call for Papers for further details. Deadline for online abstract submission: 15th January 2020. The Digital Culture and …

CALL FOR PAPERS: Digital Culture Meets Data: Critical Perspectives

Digital Culture Meets Data: Critical Perspectives Special Issue of Convergence: The International Journal of Research into New Media Technologies Guest Editors: Aristea Fotopoulou (University of Brighton) and Helen Thornham (University of Leeds) Algorithms and big data shape our sociocultural and technical relations and our everyday experiences. Considerations of data, algorithms and infrastructure are now central …

Digital Culture Meets Data: Critical Approaches Conference, extended abstracts

Many many thanks to all who participated in the section’s Digital Culture Meets Data: Critical Approaches Conference (University of Brighton, 6-7 November 2017). For those who couldn’t attend the conference (or for those who could attend and want to learn more about the excellent work being done on critical approaches to data), some of our …

The final version of the DCC Conference programme

We are pleased to present the final programme of the 2-day DCC Conference, to be held on 6-7 November at the University of Brighton. See: Programme DCC ECREA Brighton 2017_v.9 We have a very exciting line-up of papers, keynotes and socials, including an ECREA Young Scholars' workshop, featuring: Caroline Bassett, University of Sussex: 'Getting an academic …

Programme 2017 DCC Conference in Brighton announced

ECREA Digital Culture and Communication Section Conference, University of Brighton Digital Culture meets Data - Critical Approaches Monday 6th-Tuesday 7th November 2017 Contact: brightondcc@gmail.com We are pleased to announce the preliminary programme of the 2-day Conference, with a  very exciting line-up of papers, keynotes and socials - see Programme DCC ECREA Brighton 2017_v.1 The programme …

Call for Papers ECREA DCC Conference 2017

Call for Papers Digital Culture meets data: Critical approaches ECREA Digital Culture and Communication Section Conference. 6th –7th November 2017, University of Brighton, UK Abstract deadline: 20 May 2017 Keynote speakers: Rob Kitchin, Maynooth University, Republic of Ireland Helen Thornham, University of Leeds, UK Conference theme: Algorithms and big data are today shaping our sociocultural …

Program online – Sexualities and digital culture in Europe (Athens, 26-27 May 2017)

We are happy to share with you the Final program of the upcoming symposium 'Sexualities and digital culture in Europe' (Athens, 26-27 May 2017), Organized by the Gender and Communication Section and Digital Culture and Communication Section. In total there are 7 panels over two days. We are especially pleased to welcome Susanna Paasonen (University of Turku) as keynote speaker.

EXTENDED DEADLINE 14/02 Call for Papers “SEXUALITIES AND DIGITAL CULTURE IN EUROPE”

A JOINT ECREA SYMPOSIUM (ATHENS, 26-27 May 2017) Organized by the Gender and Communication Section and Digital Culture and Communication Section Rationale Past decades, media and communication studies have been focusing on the study of sexuality in media, representations, and have been exploring audiences’ interpretations of mass-produced media and popular culture texts. However, current ontological …