The aim of this PhD seminar/workshop held by Anne Jerslev and Annette Hill is to discuss the concept of genre and the broader transformations of genres in a digital era in which the blurring of boundaries challenge our conceptual understandings of media culture on many levels. How should we understand genre today?
The following courses will take place in the period summer 2018:
The Bergen Summer Research School (BSRS) is admitting applications to the current summer course 2018, entitled “Image, Ecology, Ethics”.
This spring there will be writing courses on how to write opinion editorials and how and where to present novel research.
Midtveisseminaret til stipendiat Christopher Wilson finner sted 15.mars.
Institutionalization of digital civic interaction: factors affecting government decisions to interact with the public through digital media.
Kommentator er Cristina Archetti. Seminaret er åpent for alle.
Registration closed. Program finalized and available for participatory Phd´s.
The program is composed of a midway seminar part 1 and 2 for given candidates, a general text seminar part and topics such as data security and protection of data and ERC-grants/opportunities.
Norhed-stipendiat Gerald Walulya forsvarer 7. mars sin doktoravhandling "Hybrid Journalism? An Investigation into Press Coverage of Elections in East Africa’s One-party Dominant States of Tanzania and Uganda".
Time and location to be announced.
Prof. Gertrud Koch and prof. Liv Hausken is organizing a workshop on Media Aesthetics under which different disciplines as well as different concepts of Media and of Asthetics can find place. Location: Freie University in Berlin.
Midtveisseminaret til stipendiat Ragnhild Olsen finner sted 29. januar.
Prosjekttittel er: Between tech and tradition - a study of innovation, local journalism and users.
Kommentator er Lucy Küng. Seminaret er åpent for alle.