The Barometer for Information Quality is the new extension and intervention platform created by the Communication and Society Research Centre. Coordinated by Luís Miguel Loureiro, this project team also relies on researchers Edson Capoano, Joel Felizes, Rita Araújo and Pedro Costa.
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Roundtable discussion on “Representations of Slavery and the Black Trade in School TextbooksA round table discussion dedicated to the theme "Representations of Slavery and Black Trafficking in Textbooks" will take place on February 8, at 18h00. The meeting will count on Jacob Lussento Cupata, Armindo Armando and Alice Balbé and will be moderated by Rosa Cabecinhas.
POLObs study reveals profile of Braga Culture audiencesThe final report of the scientific research "Braga Culture Publics: 2nd semester of 2020" carried out by the Observatory for Science, Communication and Culture Policies (POLObs) is already available to the public. The study, commissioned by the Municipality of Braga, in the framework of the city's candidacy to become the European Capital of Culture 2027, was carried out over 11 months with the collaboration of a team of seven researchers, coordinated by Manuel Gama, the researcher responsible for the Cultural section of the Observatory.
New platform created by CECSThe Barometer for Information Quality is the new extension and intervention platform created by the Communication and Society Research Centre. Coordinated by Luís Miguel Loureiro, this project team also relies on researchers Edson Capoano, Joel Felizes, Rita Araújo and Pedro Costa.
Individual Call to Scientific Employment Stimulus 2022The 5th edition of the Individual Scientific Employment Stimulus Call of the Foundation for Science and Technology is open until March 3. Candidates who wish to have the Communication and Society Research Centre as their host institution should submit their proposal through an online form until 24 February.
Carlos Elías at the Permanent Seminar of Science With and For SocietyThe Communication and Society Research Centre will reactivate, in the first semester of 2022, the Permanent Seminar "Science With and for Society", promoting regular meetings to foster debate on topics addressing the interaction of science and technology with society.
Seminars “History(s) of the Present. The formation of the contemporary world”Between February and May, several sessions of the seminar "History(s) of the Present. The formation of the contemporary world".
Call for papers for the International Congress Festivities, Cultures and Communities: Heritage and SustainabilityThe call for papers for the International Congress Festivities, Cultures and Communities: Heritage and Sustainability is open until 15 February. The event, organised by the "Festivity - Festivities, Cultural Heritage and Community Sustainability" research project team, will take place at the University of Minho from May 4 to 6.
Call for proposals for the Conference Sound Experiences 2022Applications are open for the presentation of articles and artistic works for the Conference "Sound Experiences" 2022, within the scope of the Audire project. The conference will take place in Braga, from 27 to 28 June. The call ends on February 10.
[New deadline] Call for papers for LIMEdiat CongressThe call for papers for the Congress European Licentiate in Mediation: a new training model for mediators is open until
Call for applications for post-doctoral research fellowship | HINT ProjectA call for postdoctoral research fellowship is open from January 31 to February 11, in the scope of the project "Humanity Internationalized: Cases, Dynamics, Comparisons (1945-1980)".
Call for Masters Student Research fellowship | CLICTOUR ProjectBetween 31 January and 11 February, a call for research grants for Master's students is open within the project "CLICTOUR – Climate change resilient tourism in protected areas of Northern Portugal".
Revisit the Permanent Seminar on Postcolonial Studies on “The Virtual Museum of Lusophony and Postcoloniality”Moisés de Lemos Martins was the protagonist of the CECS Seminar on Postcolonial Studies, held on Zoom on January 26, at 5 pm. "The Virtual Museum of Lusophony and Postcoloniality" was the theme developed by the museum director.
RLEC | Call for papers | New Domains of the Science-Society BinomialThe present issue of the Lusophone Journal of Cultural Studies seeks to motivate the reflection and deepen the knowledge within the Lusophone countries about the new practices that strengthen the relationship between science and society, opening the vast field of knowledge to wider participation of citizens. Articles on open science, citizen science, and involvement of the non-specialised public, especially in informal contexts, within the Lusophone countries will be accepted.
Vista | Call for Papers | The Emancipated ReferentIn this new issue of Vista, we propose to focus on the entity linguistics has called "referent" and on the possibility of its resurgence beyond its mere representation — a territory that extends from the impossibility of absolute fidelity to the model (is it in the lack of fidelity that art may reside?) to the characterisations aiming at manipulating, distorting and abusing.
Comunicação e Sociedade: Call for papers | Crime, Justice and MediaIn this thematic issue of Comunicação e Sociedade, we invite social sciences researchers to reflect on the various forms of interconnection and disconnection between crime, justice and media.
Valéria de Almeida: news PhD in Communication SciencesThe PhD exams in Communication Sciences of Valéria Cristina Castanho de Almeida took place on January 31, at 3.00 p.m. Under the supervision of Helena Sousa and Sivaldo Pereira, the thesis is titled "Online Political Participation in Parliaments: reality and possibilities of digital platforms, a case study of the Brazilian Federal Senate".
Thaís Braga: new PhD in Communication SciencesThe PhD exams in Communication Sciences of Thaís Luciana Corrêa Braga took place on January 26, at 4.00 p.m. The thesis, under the supervision of Sandra Marinho, is titled "Journalistic narratives about the day of the wildfire in the Amazon (2019-2020): the case of Folha de S. Paulo (Brazil) and Público (Portugal)".
Abílio Almeida: new PhD in Communication SciencesThe PhD exams in Communication Sciences of Abílio Renato Gomes Almeida took place on January 25, at 2.00 p.m. The thesis, supervised by Helena Sousa and Manuel Pinto, is titled “Television daytime in Portugal: an analysis of the role of laughter in the main morning talk shows”.