We would like to draw your attention to an interesting special issue for the Mediterranean Journal of Communication (Revista Mediterránea de Comunicación). The main focus of this editorial project is Europe and European Communication Research.
Communication Research on and from Europe coordinated by Dr. Miguel Vicente-Mariño (University of Valladolid, Spain) and Dr. Ilija Tomanič Trivundža (University of Ljubljana, Slovenia) will be published in January 2021 (V12N1). Deadline for submissions: September 1, 2020. See details in English.
Due to the Covid 19 situation, the DEADLINE for our preconference on “Old Media Persistence” IS POSTPONED TO 15 JULY 2020.
Call for paper available at : oldnewspersistence.com/cps/
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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 email@example.com. 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.)
c1893 (14699Y U.S. Copyright Office). Copyright by Eadweard Muybridge (expired)
ECREA Communication History Section is launching a call for chapters for a new book project tentatively entitled Historicizing media and communication concepts of the digital age. The book aims to historicize some of the most relevant ideas and concepts in contemporary digital media studies, and will appear in the series “Studies in digital history and hermeneutics” directed by Andreas Fickers (DeGruyter Editor). The volume will be both online with free access and printed thanks to the support of C2DH at the University of Luxembourg, and will be edited by Gabriele Balbi, Nelson Ribeiro, Valérie Schafer and Christian Schwarzenegger – the former and current management team.
The main goal of the book is to show how several concepts did not originate with digital technologies, but existed before the digital age and have been used for long time, also in the “analogue times”. This should help to understand how concepts have changed over time and to see both continuities and profound mutations in their meanings between past and present, between the analog and digital eras. We have selected more than 20 concepts and part of them will be assigned thanks to this Call for Chapters.