humanities computing and the internet
Storytelling and Identity through Digital MediaSpecial Issue for Storytelling, Self, Society Journal Digital media has drastically altered the way ordinary folk and professional users develop, tell, and share stories of culture. It challenges notions of authenticity and truth and the ethics of who has the privilege to tell a story. This special issue of Storytelling, Self, Society will investigate the way digital media has specifically altered practices such as narrative, character/identity, culture, story creation, and dissemination. Research questions might include: How do public and private users develop cultural media?
International Conference on Communication and Media Studies“Identity and Power”1-2 August 2020 – London, UKorganised byLondon Centre for Interdisciplinary Research
Nowadays we live and breathe media, minute-by-minute, hour-by-hour. News, television, social media, celebrity culture, music, and more. As the media and communication sector becomes ever more diverse and dynamic, and we are going to consume it, we also need to understand it.
Abstract deadline (extended): January 18, 2020.
Dr. Loredana IVAN, Associate Professor, European Network of Ageing Studies Chair
Dr. Alina DUDUCIUC, Senior Lecturer, Health Communication TWG-ECREA
National University of Political Studies and Public Administration (Romania)
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Call for Papers
Media History Study Day 2020 is an opportunity for postgraduate students (PGRs) and early career researchers (ECRs) working on any aspect of media studies to share and discuss their work in a collegial, multidisciplinary environment. ECRs/PGRs working on media from any time period, social/cultural context, or perspective are invited to participate, including, but not limited to, those examining book history, broadcast media, electronic media, ephemera, film, journalism, media theory, newspapers, periodicals, or print culture.
DEADLINE EXTENDED TO JANUARY 24, 2020
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UNIVERSITY OF OREGON PORTLAND • APRIL 30–MAY 2, 2020
The Blended Learning in the Liberal Arts Conference is a forum for scholars and academics to present and share their practices, methods, experiences, and findings related to blended learning. We understand blended learning as any combination of online and face-to-face instruction that is intended to support, enhance, and develop high-impact learning experiences that embody the values of a liberal arts education.
Please visit https://www.brynmawr.edu/blendedlearning/conference for more information and to submit a proposal (link at bottom of webpage)
We invite proposals on topics including, but not limited to:
Future Horizons: Canadian Literature and Public Debate in the Digital Age
McMaster University | Hamilton, ON | May 28–29, 2020
CALL FOR PAPERS
2nd International Conference on Intersemiotic Translation
TRANSMEDIAL TURN? POTENTIALS, PROBLEMS, AND POINTS TO CONSIDER
8-11 December 2020, University of Tartu, Estonia
Irina Rajewsky, Free University of Berlin
Thomas Leitch, University of Delaware
Anthony Pym, University of Melbourne
Peeter Torop, University of Tartu
DHARTI Twitter Conference: Innovating for DH in India
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Innovating for DH in India, the first DHARTI Twitter Conference, will take place January 19th, 2020.
DHARTI is an initiative to bring together scholars engaged in digital practices in the arts and humanities with India being a point of reference. In its earlier avatar DHARTI was the Digital Humanities Alliance of India (DHAI). The first Digital Humanities Conference of India, organised jointly by IIM Indore and IIT Indore and was held at IIM Indore in 2018.