The schedule for the Doctoral Seminars on Communication Sciences and Cultural Studies is now available. Between March and May 2020, several topics will be covered.
Coronavirus and information – to know is to know?Last Thursday, February 27, the debate “Coronavirus: silencing, disinformation, and solidarity” took place at the Lúcio Craveiro da Silva Library.
TransArts, expanded art and new languages | ECREA 2020 Pre-conference callPasseio, the CECS platform for the study of art and urban culture, is organizing one of ECREA 2020's pre-conferences. "TransArts, expanded art and new languages" is scheduled for October 1, 2020, from 2 pm and at 17h00.
Seminar about “Discourses on cancer: analysing personal experiences and coping strategies”On March 26, at 2:30 pm, in the ICS meeting room, there will be a session of the Permanent Seminar on Communication and Diversity dedicated to the theme "Discourses on cancer: analyzing personal experiences and coping strategies". Susana de Noronha and Mohammad Rabbani are the guests.
Visual Culture Permanent Seminar on “Cinema and Amazonian Identity”A session of the Visual Culture Permanent Seminar dedicated to the theme "Cinema and Amazonian Identity" will take place on March 11, at 6 pm, in the ICS Acts Room. The invited speaker is Orange Cavalcante da Silva, professor at the Fogo Consumidor Cinematographic Association.
Intercultural Communication & Visual Culture Meeting on “(Pos)-Colonial Images and Narratives”The Sopcom Intercultural Communication and Visual Culture Working Groups invite the presentation of communication proposals that seek precisely the critical and counter-hegemonic debate, deconstructing (pos)colonial images and narratives. This is a time of meeting and debate of a multi and interdisciplinary nature, so the submission of proposals is open to researchers from different areas of knowledge and the arts, who work on the themes in question.
”Children, youth and media” | ECREA 2020 Pre-conference call"Children, youth and media" is the theme of one of the pre-conferences of ECREA 2020. Scheduled for October 2, 2020, this event will take the form of a workshop on ethics and children's rights in the digital age and is organized by ECREA Children, Youth and Media section.
RLEC: Call for papers on “Colonial, anti-colonial and post-colonial museums, collections and exhibitions”This issue of the Revista Lusófona de Estudos Culturais / Lusophone Journal of Cultural Studies aims to explore all these dimensions of museums, collections and exhibitions – their representations, narratives and memories, how they intersect with colonial, anti-colonial and post-colonial dimensions, i.e. related to the retrieval, denunciation and representation of the subordinate status, and also with the legitimation of social movements.
Call for papers for Comunicação e Sociedade on Public discourses on migrants, refugees and minoritiesFor the next volume of Comunicação e Sociedade, we are challenging researchers to reflect on the different discursive-textual strategies used in political, press and social media discourses on migrants, refugees and minorities since the early 21st century.
Doctoral Seminars of Communication Sciences and Cultural Studies in 2020The schedule for the Doctoral Seminars on Communication Sciences and Cultural Studies is now available. Between March and May 2020, several topics will be covered.
InOutScience with Fernando ChagasFernando Chagas was invited to the Permanent Seminar on Communication and Culture Policies on “Municipal Systems of Culture. Experiences of Participatory Cultural Policy in Brazil” that took place last February 21st. Fernando Chagas, from Instituto Cultural Abrapalavra, is dedicated to the artistic activities of music, theater and storytelling and also to the study of cultural management and public policies for culture.
InOutScience with Maria Érica LimaOn January 28, the Festivity project, from the Communication and Society Research Centre (CECS), received Maria Érica de Oliveira Lima. The researcher from the Federal University of Ceará, in Brazil, participated in the seminar “Communication, popular culture and party: horizons of debate”.
InOutScience with Karina CunhaOn December 9, Karina Poli Lima da Cunha was invited to the Permanent Seminar on Communication and Culture Policies to talk about “Networks of agglomeration and collaboration for Cultural Economy”.
Diana Pinto: new PhD in Communication SciencesOn March 2, at 2:30 pm, in the Institute of Social Sciences, took place the Ph.D. viva in Sciences Communication of Diana Patrícia Pires Pinto.
Open applications for PhDs in Communication Sciences and Cultural StudiesApplications for doctoral programs in Communication Sciences and Cultural Studies at the Institute of Social Sciences of the University of Minho are now open. The first phase runs from March 3rd to April 24th.
Call for PhD Research ScholarshipsThe 2020 Call for Ph.D. Research Scholarships, in any area of knowledge, who wish to develop research activities leading to the achievement of the academic degree of Doctor.