Wednesday, March 8, 2017 Whereas media archaeologists have been extremely critical of processes of canon-building (especially when it comes to old film history’s beloved ‘classics’ and ‘masterpieces’), on another, more conceptual level of its discursive formation it can be seen as rather canon-driven, drawing on a firm set of thinkers and cultural theorists, from Sigmund Freud, Henri Bergson and Walter Benjamin to Marshall McLuhan, Michel Foucault and Friedrich Kittler.
The eighteenth edition of LPM Live Performers Meeting is from 18th to 21st May in the spaces of Radion in Amsterdam. LPM 2017 Amsterdam offers the unique opportunity to experience 4 days of audiovisual performances, VJing, workshops, panel discussion, product showcases presented by more then 300 artists, professionals and video passionate from 40 countries presenting over 150 projects […]
2nd to 6th, April 2017 Perugia, Italy Proposal submission deadline extended to: 31 January 2017 We are happy to announce that the First Spring School on “Media Systems: comparative and transnational perspectives. Focus on China” will be taking place in Perugia from April 2nd to April 6th, 2017 right before the well-known International Journalism Festival. […]
International Conference at Radboud University, Nijmegen, 22-23 June 2017 Confirmed keynote speakers Dr. Annabelle Honess Roe, University of Surrey Professor Suzanne Buchan, Middlesex University London Invited artist Ülo Pikkov, animator and PhD candidate at the Estonian Academy of Arts Call for Papers The past thirty years have witnessed the emergence of memory studies as a […]
Conference, 29 August 2017 – 1 September 2017 Utrecht, The Netherlands This conference is organised by the European Research Project A Million Pictures: Magic Lantern Slide Heritage as Artefacts in the Common European History of Learning . The magic lantern was an important visual entertainment and means of instruction in nineteenthcentury Europe and its former […]
24 November 2016 Utrecht University On Thursday, 24 November at 17.00 the first annual Marianne van den Boomen Lecture will be held at Utrecht University in the Auditorium of University Hall (Academiegebouw), followed by drinks. This lecture series is dedicated to the memory of Marianne van den Boomen (1955-2014), a Dutch internet and digital media […]
Experiences, Emotions, Episodes Contemporary Positions in Film Phenomenology Friday, December 9 Marie Lokezaal (Harmony Building, University of Groningen) More information This one-day symposium will give an overview of current research in the field of film phenomenology. It features talks by noted film phenomenologists Dylan Trigg (University College Dublin/University of Memphis) and Christian Ferencz-Flatz (University of […]
PhD Funding in Film and Media Kent, deadline: 11.01.2017 The Centre for Film and Media Research (CFMR) at the University of Kent is pleased to invite applications for PhD studentship funding for October 2017 entry, through the AHRC Consortium for the Humanities and the Arts South- East England (CHASE) Doctoral Training Partnership. The Centre is […]
Make Ethics Great Again What: The Institute for Cultural Inquiry (ICON) in cooperation with Utrecht Data School (UDS) is organizing a workshop on Research Ethics for Data and Digital Methods. The workshop will take place on 29 th of November 2017 in the Sweelinckzaal from 10a.m – 5p.m. Why: New data resources and novel tools […]
Radboud Universiteit Faculteit der Letteren Vacaturenummer: 23.41.16 Reageer uiterlijk op: 15-11-2016 Werkzaamheden U ontwikkelt en verzorgt onderwijs in het Nederlands en Engels, met name op het gebied van media (tv, film, digitale media) in relatie tot andere kunstdisciplines en de culturele sector. Daarnaast begeleidt u studenten bij stage, werkstukken en scriptie, draagt u actief bij […]
Research Colloquium Meetings and Special Guest Lectures — Thursday, October 20, Geertsemazaal, 5 to 7pm, with a staff colloquium afterwards IS ‘VISIBLE FICTIONS’ STILL REVELANT? By John Ellis The renowned television producer and scholar, Prof. John Ellis will give a guest lecture at the University of Groningen. In his talk, Ellis will return to his […]
Dr László Munteán, Radboud University Thursday 13 October 15:45 – 18:00 Nieuwe Doelenstraat 16, room 3.01 PROGRAM 15:30 DOORS OPEN, COFFEE & TEA 15:45 WELCOME 16:00 LECTURE BY DR. LÁSZLÓ MUNTEÁN 16:45 DISCUSSION 17:30 DRINKS This lecture explores constellations of the corporeal and the architectural within the context of the terrorist attacks of September 11, […]
27 October 2016 THATCamp stands for “The Humanities and Technology Camp.” It is an unconference: an open, inexpensive meeting where humanists and technologists of all skill levels learn and build together in sessions proposed on the spot. An unconference is to a conference what a seminar is to a lecture, what a party at your house is to a church wedding, what a pick-up game of Ultimate Frisbee is to an NBA game, what a jam band is to a symphony orchestra: it’s more informal and more participatory. Read more about what a THATCamp is here.
“Today, every society is just a collection of diasporas. People join the societies to which they are loyal and pay their taxes, but at the same time, they do not want to give up their identity. The connection between where you live and identity has been broken” – Zygmunt Bauman (http://elpais.com/elpais/2016/01/19/inenglish/1453208692_424660.html) “Most people use social […]
28 October 2016 University of Groningen, the Netherlands The third annual Digital Humanities Day (DHD) will take place on the 28 October 2016 in Groningen. The aim of the DHD is to bring together researchers of various humanities disciplines and offer a platform to discuss ongoing or new research in the field of digital humanities. […]
Deadline CPF: Oct 1, 2016 www.butleramsterdam.com On April 5-7, 2017, the interdisciplinary research institute for the humanities CLUE+ at Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam organises a three-day international conference on resonances of the work of the critical theorist and philosopher Judith Butler. The aim of the conference is to increase awareness of the relevance of critical theory […]
Extended deadline: 1st of October 2016 The Historical Institute / Center for Contemporary and Digital History University of Luxembourg has obtained a large grant from the Fonds National de la Recherche Luxembourg in the framework of the so-called PRIDE-program, enabling the creation of a Doctoral Training Unit (DTU) and opens up to 13 positions for PhD students (Doctoral candidates) in the field of digital history and hermeneutics (m/f)
History of Private and Commercial Television in Europe Vol. 6, Issue 11, Summer 2017 Deadline extended: September 27, 2016 The perception of the European television and media landscape has been traditionally shaped by the contrast and constant comparison with the American one: state-run stations or public service broadcasting in Europe vs. commercial networks in the US.
Tijdens de presentatie op 29 augustus laten we zien wat voor nieuwe soorten onderzoek met behulp van CLARIAH Media Studies mogelijk worden. Bovendien geven we informatie over de aanstaande CLARIAH Call voor Research Pilots, die op 5 september wordt gelanceerd. Geesteswetenschappers kunnen tot 7 november een voorstel indienen voor een onderzoeksproject dat gebruik maakt van de CLARIAH onderzoeksomgeving en ondersteund wordt door ICT-technici. De maximale looptijd van voorgestelde projecten is 1 jaar en er kan een bedrag tot 100K€ worden aangevraagd.