News and events in media and communication
Uppsala University Media and Communications continuously hosts a number of regular, research-related events as well as organises a number of workshops, conferences and symposia.
Our regular events include:
- Media and Communications Research Seminars – including presentations of staff research and guest researchers as well as workshops on work in progress on publications and projects.
- Lectures organised within the DIGMEX Research Network covering topics related to digital media and existential issues
- Lectures organised by Media and Communications within the Informatics and Media Distinguished Lecture Series
Our forthcoming workshops, conferences and symposia include:
- MCS@UU 50 years - celebrating 50 years of education and research in media, communication and journalism, 1 June 2021
- International Conference Digital Existence III: Living with Automation organised by Media and Communications staff within Uppsala Informatics and Media Hub for Digital Existence
Past workshops, conferences and symposia:
- International Symposium Journalism, Media and the Normalization of (Right-Wing) Populism and Nativist Authoritarianism (4-5 February, 2021) co-organised by Uppsala University Media and Communications and School of Journalism, Media and Communication, University of Gothenburg
Media and communications research seminars
The seminars usually take place on Fridays at 13:15-14:45 CET (in Zoom). External participants – from outside informatics and media – should please register for each seminar by email to Christian Sandström.
2021-03-12: Alexandra Brankova, Department of Informatics and Media / Institute for Russian and Eurasian Studies, Uppsala University. Being a Woman: Discourses and Imaginaries through the Lenses of Russian Nationalist and Patriotic Organisations.
2021-05-07: Cecilia Strand, Department of Informatics and Media, Uppsala University. Navigating visibility in contexts of state-sanctioned homophobia: Development actors and LGBTQ rights defenders in Uganda and Russia.
For further information about the seminars, please contact Professor Michał Krzyżanowski.