European National Funding Institutions

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The YECREA country reps have been contributing to the following list of national funding institutions. More countries will be added in due course. 
European Funding Institutions

Forging: Authenticity in the Making

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9th NECS Graduate Workshop
Leiden, Netherlands, 14.-15. March 2014
Hosted by Leiden University and Leiden International Short Film Experience
Call for Papers (deadline: February 7th, 2014)

Event Report, YECREA meeting at DCC Workshop, Bonn

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Event Report, November 2013

3 PhD positions in Political Communication at the Amsterdam School of Communication Research

"3 PhD positions in Political Communication at the Amsterdam School of Communication Research, University of Amsterdam.
Deadline: 24th November 2013.
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CFP "Rethinking the Mediatization of Politics: Politics and policy, government and governmentality, citizenship and activism"

The mediatization of politics was the very beginning of mediatization research: In the 1990s and the years following, mediatization was mainly discussed as the adaptation of ‘media rules’ or ‘journalistic logics’ to the field of politics. Following this, most of the early theorising of mediatization was related to this kind of research. However, since then the field of mediatization research has opened widely.

PhD seminar 'Political Economy of the Media' by Prof. Janet Wasko

The Department of Communication Sciences (Ghent University) and theCentre for Cinema and Media Studies (CIMS, UGent, organize the PhD-seminar ‘Political Economy of

Nature in Motion: Cinematic Ecologies and Environments

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8th NECS Graduate Workshop
Hosted by the Department of Film Studies, University of St Andrews 20-21 February 2014
Call for Papers

Publish or Perish

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How the publishing world works for PhD students
Friday 13 December, Utrecht University

Nostalgias: Visualising Longing

Nostalgias: Visualising Longing is an opportunity for academics, artists and commentators to discuss the role of nostalgia in contemporary art practices. It will examine, analyse and interpret the complexities of nostalgia and nostalgic sensibilities within art and media based practices; photography, film, television, music, archives, consumer culture, psychology and social media.
Speakers include:

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