Mediatization (TWG)

Short Film Experience – ECREA PhilCom Conference

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May 2nd 2014, Leiden NL. Affiliated to the section Philosophy of Communication and the Young Scholars Network of ECREA.  Hosted by LISFE (Leiden International Short Film Experience). Organized in collaboration with LUCAS (Leiden University Centre for the Arts in Society, Leiden University). Participating papers will be eligible for publication in ‘Empedocles: Journal for the Philosophy of Communication’.
 

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)

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.

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