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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
The next European Communication Conference will take place in Lugano from 31 October to 3 November, 2018.
The Communication History Section is welcoming presentations dealing with all types of communication in a historical perspective. Both panels and individual papers can be submitted until 28 February.
If you would like to get more involve with the section and be part of the pool of reviewers please send an email to: email@example.com
Looking forward to meeting you in Lugano!