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Research course with professor Charles Ess (IMK) and professor II Anne Jerslev (University of Copenhagen and IMK). Extended deadline: 15 April 2016
Participants of PhD-programs at the Faculty of Humanities, UiO, are welcome to participate in a two-day research workshop with Professor Gertrud Koch, Freie Universität, Berlin, which is held at the Department of Media and Communication.
Thesis workshop with professor II Sonia Livingstone and professor Terje Rasmussen.
Public lecture by Dr. Lucy Küng, professor II at the Department of Media and Communication. The lecture will be followed by a panel discussion.
The Seminar of Aesthetics celebrates the 100th anniversary of Roland Barthes on November 5-6 with lectures, workshops and round-table debates focused on Barthes' 1977 lecture series Comment vivre ensemble (How to Live Together). The events will take place at the University of Oslo/Blindern and Litteraturhuset.
We are pleased to announce the 9th Euprera PhD seminar. The PhD seminar will be held on October 5-7.
Planning to write your master thesis on political communication? Come and get ideas and inspiration!
Open lecture by Professor Sonia Livingstone and presentation of the research project EU Kids Online main findings on researching children's use of internet and risks connected with the internet use. The audience is welcome to ask questions.
The project Communicating Risk in the Digital Age (DIGICOM) invites to a Breakfast Seminar.
This seminar is one of several events organised within the scope of the project "Art! Power" by the Department of Media and Communication, University of Oslo.
If, as Émile Durkheim once stated, society is memory, changes in the dominant technologies of memory necessarily impact how we conceptualize sociality as such. In this two-day conference we take a media archeological approach to the question of memory and discuss the relation between technology and social ontology.
CATaC is a conference venue that fosters new explorations of culture, technology and communication. Open conference but registration is required.
We invite doctoral students from a range of disciplines – including media and communication studies, information science, sociology, philosophy, and political science – to participate in this interdisciplinary PhD course.
Welcome to panel presentation of trust in online environments. The presentators are among the most significant and internationally recognized researchers within this field
Interdisciplinary Perspectives in Philosophy, Computer Science, Media Studies
Faculty workshop – PhD workshop – Public Debate
In conjunction with the Nordmedia 2013 conference, the Department of Media and Communication, University of Oslo (UiO), in co-operation with Department of Journalism and Media Studies, Oslo and Akershus University College (HIOA) and Peace Research Institute of OSLO (PRIO) arranges a PhD course on Media Globalization and Diversity.
Chairs: Associate Professor Mark Deuze, University of Indiana Professor Espen Ytreberg, Department of Media and Communication