WG: Call for Papers ‘Media: Theory and Practice’

Wodak, Ruth r.wodak at lancaster.ac.uk
Tue Jan 14 16:20:21 UTC 2014

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Dear colleagues,
Please find bellow Call for Papers for Second Annual International CCCS Conference 2014 “Media: Theory and Practice”.
Sorry for cross posting.

Call for Papers
Second Annual International CCCS Conference 2014
‘Media: Theory and Practice’
Skopje, Macedonia, 4-6 September 2014

Supported by:
European Communication Research and Education Association
International Association for Media and Communication Research

The Centre for Culture and Cultural Studies (CCCS) invites proposals for papers, thematic panels and original media productions for Second Annual International CCCS Conference 2014 ‘Media: Theory and Practice’
The aim of this conference revolves around a foundational impetus to shed greater light on all relevant aspects of media studies, including mass communication, media technology, the visual and the performing arts, TV, radio, WEB and print media, as well as other key components of media studies and mass communication.

We invite proposals based on media theory (particularly critical media studies and cultural studies), and proposals that consider the relationship between media and (popular) culture, politics, arts, new media, as pertinent fields of study.
We welcome submissions that offer original media productions: documentary films, fictionalized or non-narrative creative expressions. The submitted proposal needs to contain a creative or theoretical explanation of the submitted work. We invite projects by PhD students or submissions by teams of students and instructors (lecturers).
Hence, the Second Annual International CCCS Conference 2014 ‘Media: Theory and Practice’ strives to offer a dialogic space for media theorists and practitioners. Along those lines, we invite media studies’ theorists as well as practitioners to offer proposals through engaging and current ideas, paper topics, workshop presentations and round table discussions.
Possible topics include, but are not limited to:

•         Media Analyses

o   Content analysis

o   Media literacy

o   Media discourses

•         Critical Theory and Media Criticism

o   Media and hegemony

o   Media and globalization

•         Media and Political Communication

o   Media activism

o   Media and ideology

o   Media and democracy

•         Media and Law

o   (De)Regulation of media

o   Media and privacy

o   Media and copyright

•         Art and Media

o   Art-science interface

o   Media and aesthetics

o   Film

o   Theatre

o   The visual arts

o   The performing arts

•         Media and Culture

o   Media and gender

o   Diaspora, migrants and media

o   Media and ethnicity

o   Media and audience

o   Cultural populism

o   Cultural capital

o   Media and remembrance/forgetting

o   Media and identity

o   Media representation

•         New Media

o   Media and games

o   Social media

o   Digital activism

o   Media ecosystem

o   Multimedia

•         Journalism studies

o   Journalism and social and cultural representations

o   The role and status of journalism in the era of digital technology

•         Alternative and community media

Paper proposals
For individual paper proposals, please fill out the following form
Submissions for individual paper proposals should number to 250 words.
Panel proposals
Panel proposals are also welcomed, particularly those organized by internationally recognized experts aiming to bring together researchers on key topics for an interactive discussion among the panel members and the participants. Panels are an important component of CCCS’s 2014 Conference.
For panel proposals, please fill out the following form
Submissions for panel proposals should include a 300-word abstract, for entire panel.
Important Dates and Fees

•         Deadline for abstracts submission: 1 March 2014

•         Notifications of acceptance: 1 April 2014

•         Deadline for full paper submission: 1 December 2014

•         Early registration (till 1 May 2014): €40

•         Late registration (till 15 August 2014): €60

•         On-site registration (or after 15 August 2014): €80

The Conference will be held on 4-6 September, 2014 in Skopje, the Republic of Macedonia.

The registration fee includes: the welcome party, conference materials, an online publication of the abstracts, refreshment breaks. Full papers that have received a positive review will be published in the journals “Култура/Culture” and/or “Investigating Culture”.
Official languages: English, Macedonian, Russian

For any further information please contact Dr. Mishel Pavlovski (mishel at cultcenter.net<mailto:mishel at cultcenter.net>) or Dr. Loreta Georgievska Jakovleva (loreta at cultcenter.net<mailto:loreta at cultcenter.net>)

The Centre for Culture and Cultural Studies

Dr. Mishel Pavlovski
University “Ss. Cyril and Methodius”
Institute for Macedonian Literature
Centre for Culture and Cultural Studies

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