VIEW Journal of European Television History and Culture has an open position for a managing editor. Please let us know if you are aware of interested candidates – or apply yourself if this is the type of experience you are looking for! VIEW offers an international platform for outstanding academic research and archival reflection on […]
Media Suite maakt ‘Big Erfgoed Data’ toegankelijk voor onderzoek Nieuwe online omgeving voor onderzoek met grootschalige multimediale erfgoedcollecties Het infrastructuurproject CLARIAH en Beeld en Geluid lanceren de Media Suite, een online omgeving die het mogelijk maakt om onderzoek uit te voeren met grootschalige multimediale erfgoedcollecties. De lancering van de Media Suite vindt plaats op […]
23-25 May 2019 | Utrecht (the Netherlands)
Robots are increasingly present both in our daily life and on stage. Theatre makers explore the possibilities of these new technological performers and investigate the possibilities and implications of a future of living with them. Also in daily life, the presence and behavior of robots raises questions that concern their dramaturgy and design: how do social robots address their human co-performers and afford interaction with them? What scripts do they follow? How to design and choreograph their appearance and movements?
May 24-26, 2019 | WORM – Rotterdam
Regenerative Feedback is an annual music, new media, sound art and philosophy conference. The idea behind this event is to present experimental performances; new media art, and to explore these through workshops, accessible lectures and conversations between experts and audiences.
Friday April 5, 2019 we celebrate the successful finish of the CLARIAH-CORE project (2015-2019) and simultaneously officially kicking off the CLARIAH-PLUS project (2019-2024). The event is open for everyone interested in the CLARIAH infrastructure.
23-25 May 2019 | Utrecht
Robots are increasingly present, both in our daily life and on stage. Theatre makers explore the possibilities of these new technological performers and investigate the opportunities and implications of a future of living with them. Also in daily life, the presence and behavior of robots raises questions that concern their dramaturgy and design: how do social robots address their human co-performers and afford interaction with them? What scripts do they follow? How to design and choreograph their appearance and movements? How do their actions invite responses and exclude others? How do they draw and sustain attention? How do they invite us to attribute character and meaning? What role do affect and persuasiveness play for a successful interaction?
18 March 2019 | University of Amsterdam
We will discuss the rapid rise of production studies as a humanities discipline within (and alongside of) Media Studies over the last decade. What are the various ways in which we can study the production of media, what kind of insights does these approaches give us, how does this help us understand media better, and how can all of this move the field forward?
29 October 2019 | Brussels, Belgium
This year DMM young scholars workshop welcomes acclaimed scholars Prof Myria Georgiou (London School of Economics and Political Science) and Dr Donya Alinejad (Utrecht University) at Vrije Universiteit Brussel as part of the Digital Fortress Europe Conference. We all know that it is a difficult task to identify, validate and present our main findings and contribution of our research projects as young scholars in the field.
Utrecht University | 11 and 12 April 2019.
This annual conference is organized by and for research-oriented R(Ma) students and PhD candidates from all (sub)disciplines of the humanities from both Dutch research institutions and comparable research institutions abroad.
The emergence of social media over the past fifteen years has had a notable impact on the daily lives of European citizens. Particularly in the field of politics and city governance, the surge of social media platforms like Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube have changed the communication and media landscape. This masterclass will address 1) the impact of social media on political communication in Italy and 2) its impact on local governance and citizen engagement. We will focus on Italy and Rome as highly interesting battle fields of mediated politics and governance in a volatile European environment.
7 February 2019
Synergy conference 2019 is a dynamic day full of insights, inspiration and interaction. From a 360-degree perspective, different angles on key topics impacting the SSH disciplines will be debated. In short: THINK360! One of the main conference topics is the impact of digitalisation on science and on our everyday lives.
15 February 2019
In contexts of migration and transnational mobility, spheres of lived sociality have long spanned borders and nation-state territories. More recently, however, the use of mobile digital devices has become ubiquitous within many forms of migratory mobility, especially when they come paired with the latest iteration of Web 2.0, or “the social web.” Yet these developments in media technologies not only allow for information exchange but also foster a globally mediatized emotional exchange, which leads to new interactions between media, migration, and emotion. As the use of these devices and platforms penetrates the most intimate relationships and exchanges shaped by transnational distances and mobility, we are reminded anew of how migration has always been shaped by more than rational, economic considerations.
22 January 2019 – 25 January 2019 | KNAW – Trippenhuis
During this Academy colloquium, international academics will highlight the links and contrasts in their research findings relating to digital and other news use and practices. They will also formulate challenges for the study of this rapidly evolving research area.
Images of Dutchness Popular Visual Culture, Early Cinema and the Emergence of a National Cliché, 1800-1914 Why do early films present the Netherlands as a country full of canals and windmills, where people wear traditional costumes and wooden shoes, while industries and modern urban life are all but absent? Images of Dutchness investigates the roots […]
For this issue, we encourage thinking ‘Off the Grid’ – calling for papers that envision and/or enact within, outside, through or against systems of perception, matter, energy and space. Papers might explore perspectives against logics that distribute power across concepts and cables, design and tarmac, techniques and technologies.
For the upcoming issue of Junctions, Utrecht University’s Graduate Journal of the Humanities, we are looking for graduate students who are keen on getting experience in writing for academic journals to submit book reviews. Junctions aims to connect the different disciplines of the Humanities by collecting disciplinary and interdisciplinary texts that are accessible to readers from across the Humanities.
Deadline 1 december 2018
Het ROSANNA Fonds ondersteunt getalenteerde kansarme vrouwelijke studenten en onderzoekers bij hun carrière aan de Universiteit Utrecht. Het fonds biedt vrouwelijke studenten en onderzoekers financiële steun om hun academische ambities te verwezenlijken. Het ROSANNA Fonds zet zich in om hoger onderwijs toegankelijker te maken voor vrouwen, zodat een getalenteerde wetenschapster niet buiten de boot valt door een tekort aan financiële middelen.
Call for Papers “Drawing Yourself In and Out of It”: The 2nd International Amsterdam Comics Conference Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam 15-17 November 2018 Amsterdam Comics is pleased to announce its 2nd international conference, “Drawing Yourself In and Out of It,” which will take place from 15-17 November 2018 at Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, Netherlands. Comprised of parallel […]