Media and Performance Seminar 15/16 – Utrecht University

Media Performance

Performing History in the Age of Digital Technology Utrecht University Graduate Research Seminar Dates: The seminar will take place on Wednesdays, 15.00-17.00 on the following dates: September 16, 2015, October 28, 2015, November 18, 2015, December 16, 2015, January 20, 2016, February 17, 2016, March 16, 2016, April 20, 2016, May 18, 2016 Venue: Utrecht University…  Read more →

Masterclass: Prof. Charlie Beckett (LSE) & Prof. Mark Deuze (UvA)


Emotion and the Future of Journalism Date: Saturday, 20 February 2016 Time: 10 – 13 hrs Venue: University Library – Doelenzaal. Singel 425, Amsterdam Registration will open soon On Saturday, October 10th (from 10:00am-1pm at the UvA main library) RMeS is proud to host Professor Charlie Beckett, founding director of POLIS, the think-tank for research and…  Read more →

RMeS RMa Course: Trending Topics 2015-16

Trending Topics

Each spring, the Research School for Media Studies offers a Trending Topics course where faculty members from eight participating universities (UvA, UU, VU, EUR, UL, UM, RUG, RUN) present the latest research in their fields of interest, in a series of lectures and workshops

Masterclass: Charles Forceville & Dan Hassler-Forest


The publication of McCloud’s (1993) Understanding Comics – a “how-to” book in comics form by a comics artist – undoubtedly not only inspired those who want to create comics themselves, but also those who want to study them.

Conference: Changing Platforms of Memory Practices. Technologies, User Generations and Amateur Media Dispositifs


10-12 September, 2015 – University of Groningen We currently witness a process of rapid transition of mediated memory practices. Digital media platforms like YouTube enable the distribution of private audiovisual memories that differ radically from past amateur practices and media uses. This conference aims to grasp the technical, social and cultural dimensions and changes in…  Read more →

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