Author: Tobias Steiner

CfP: Fusion journal, special issue “Intersections in Film and Media Studies”. Deadline: Feb 01, 2018.

Home Intersections in Film and Media Studies Publication:November 2018 Guest Editors:Dr Jodi Brooks (UNSW), Dr Kathleen Williams (University of Tasmania), Dr Jessica Ford (UNSW) and Melanie Robson (UNSW) SUBMISSION INSTRUCTIONS Deadline for abstracts:1 February 2018 Deadline for full papers:13 May 2018 All submissions will be double-blind peer reviewed. Proposed title, abstract (300 words), short biography and institutional affiliation should be sent to sydneyscreenstudies@gmail.com by 1 February 2018. When considering your reaction to this call for papers, fusion encourages and accepts all forms of media. Please consult the journal website for more details on this special issue: http://www.fusion-journal.com SPECIAL ISSUE...

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CfP: Summer Seminar “Media History from the Margins” Aug 29-24, 2018 @ Monte Verità, Switzerland. Deadline: Jan 31, 2018.

MEDIA HISTORY FROM THE MARGINS CSF Summer Seminar at Monte Verità, Switzerland August 19-24, 2018 Co-organized by the Universities of Lausanne and Luxembourg, and USI Università della Svizzera Italiana Keynote Speakers Weihong Bao, University of Berkeley Jérôme Bourdon, University of Tel Aviv Lisa Parks, MIT Trevor Pinch, Cornell University 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...

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CfP: “EUPOP 2018” July 24-26, 2018 @ Charles University, Prague (Czech Republic). Deadline: Feb 27, 2018

Individual paper and panel contributions are welcomed for the seventh annual international conference of the European Popular Culture Association (EPCA), to be held at the Charles University, Prague (Celetná 20), July 24th – 26th, 2018. EUPOP 2018 will explore European popular culture in all its various forms. This includes, but is by no means limited to, the following topics: European Film (past and present), Television, Music, Costume and Performance, Celebrity, The Body, Fashion, New Media, Popular Literature and Graphic Novels, Queer Studies, Sport, Curation, and Digital Culture. A special emphasis this year will be on the idea of European...

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Call for chapters: “Women in the Media: Who Creates the News?”. Deadline: Jan 15, 2018.

So far, the research has shown that women have less voice in the media than men do, both as the creators of news, the subjects, and the interviewees. This exclusion is especially in the most appealing sections such as politics. Moreover, some research studies show that women traditionally occupy so called “feminine” area such as health, but when those areas move to the news and become part of the news agenda then women get pushed out and men take over what used to be a feminine area. Therefore, this book wants to examine the position and experience of women in the media in both respects, i.e 1) whether they are now experiencing the privilege of writing in the most important and most popular sections such as news, or are they still regulated to the place of women: health, lifestyle and food, and 2) whether they are used as sources by journalists and if so in which areas. Thus, news is understood as a product not just created by a journalist (be it male or female) but also as a product created by its sources due to journalistic dependence on sources (be it male or female) that are sometimes driving the coverage of the media. We are interested in both western and non-western perspectives, which would enable full cultural and intersectional exploration of the issue. For example, in the US,...

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CfP: “Lights, camera, learning: teaching with the moving image” April 19-20, 2018 @ Birkbeck, University of London (UK). Deadline: Nov 30, 2017.

CALL FOR PAPERS Lights, camera, learning: teaching with the moving image A conference organised by Learning on Screen and School of Arts, Birkbeck, University of London Thursday 19 – Friday 20 April 2018 Birkbeck, University of London, 43 Gordon Square, London WC1H 0PD Download programme as PDF To mark our seventieth anniversary in 2018, Learning on Screen together with Birkbeck, University of London is pleased to announce a two-day conference exploring the history of teaching and learning with the moving image. Formal education in many contexts increasingly relies on screen-based media, and there are active debates about the appropriate uses...

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