Due to the Covid 19 situation, the DEADLINE for our preconference on “Old Media Persistence” IS POSTPONED TO 15 JULY 2020.
Take care of you !
An ECREA preconference co-organized by three ECREA Thematic Sections: Communication History, Radio Research, Television Studies
This preconference will take place in Braga, Portugal at the main campus of the University of Minho on October 1st and 2nd, 2020.
The Call for Contributions is available here.
Please send your 500 word abstract and a short bio of 100 words to firstname.lastname@example.org. Deadline for submissions is 30 March 2020. Authors will receive word of acceptance by 30 April 2020.
Muybridge, Eadweard, 1830-1904, artist.
The zoopraxiscope – a couple waltzing (No. 35., title from item.)
#ecreacoh19 is over. Two and a half days in Vienna at @oeaw historicizing #populism, #disiformation, #FakeNews, #Democracy, #FreedomOfSpeech and more. Next stop #Braga 5-8 October 2020 where the next @ECREA_eu conference will be. Thanks @CmcVienna for the excellent organization! pic.twitter.com/FQMPFq5qcv
— ECREA Communication History Section (@COHEcrea) September 15, 2019
CMC hosts the 2019 ECREA Communication History Section Workshop on Jeopardizing Democracy throughout History. Media as Accomplice, Adversary or Amplifier of Populist and Radical Politics
WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 11
Venue: Alte Schmiede, Schönlaterngasse 9, 1010 Vienna
19.00–21.00 Chair: Josef Seethaler (Austrian Academy of Sciences/ University of Klagenfurt)
Keynotes: Ruth Wodak (University of Vienna / Lancaster University) Revisiting Orwell’s 1984: News, Fake News, and Alternative News
Reka Kinga Papp (Editor-in-chief at Eurozine, Vienna) Post-Turth Panic. The News That Never Was
Respondent: Anton Pelinka (University of Innsbruck/ Central European University, Budapest)
21.00: Conference Dinner at Ristorante Rossini, Schönlaterngasse 11, 1010 Vienna