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My PhD: Studying Political Communication in Iceland – in London

Jón Gunnar Ólafsson moved from a small state to a large state to study a small state. In the article series My PhD, he tells us how it was to study at Goldsmiths at the University of London.

The NordMedia2021 Conference Will Be Held Virtual

The NordMedia Conference will be organized in an online form instead of being an onsite conference. The planning committee assessed that there are too many uncertainties to organize an onsite conference.

Researching Celebrities in Digital Media: Interview with Helle Kannik Haastrup

NordMedia Network will begin a series of person portraits of the network members who are Nordic media research. The series is initiated with an interview with Helle Kannik Haastrup, a Danish scholar specialized in celebrity culture.

Abstract Proposals for the NordMedia Conference Reviewed

The abstract proposals for the upcoming NordMedia Conference have now been reviewed. Personal notifications have been sent to those accepted and rejected.

Academic Book Reviews – a Low-Rank Genre?

NordMedia Network launches an online resource to support the production of academic book reviews. Our point of departure: re-new the review! We suggest that book review is an overlooked genre with importance and relevance for many, and that it should be re-discovered.

Eugenia Siapera – Keynote Speaker at NordMedia2021

A preliminary conference program for NordMedia2021 is set. Professor Eugenia Siapera from University College Dublin will hold the keynote lecture. The conference will also include a panel discussion focusing on the resilience of different types of media systems.

Classless and Free? Special Issue Editors on Media and Class

What is it that makes us wince and avoid talking about class? The editors of an upcoming special issue of Nordicom Review put their minds together to discuss the concept of class in Sweden.

Beyond the Big Four: Media Systems in “the Other” Nordic Countries

Professor Ida Willig discusses how media system theory applies to the smaller Nordic Countries and autonomous regions, Greenland, Faroe Islands, Iceland, Sápmi and Åland, based on the newly published special issue of Nordicom Review.

Calls for Papers

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Social Media and the Self-concept

Social Influencing for the Better: How Social Influencers Effectively Promote Healthier Behavior

Open Issue on Historical Communication and Media Sciences by Medien & Zeit 2021

Global Tv Images of Female Masculinity in the 2010s

Audiovisual Content for Children and Adolescents in the Nordics

Television Satire in (Post)Socialist Europe

Call for contributions to Open Access anthology about online surveillance

Mental Health Issues in Fandom

Vacant Positions

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Professor/Associate Professor of Communication and Management in the Education Sector

MSCA Postdoctoral Fellowship in Digital Marketing – Call for Expressions of Interest

Research Assistant Or Doctoral Candidate In The Area Of New Media And Virtual Museology

Doctoral Candidate in Multimodal Communication

Professorship in Media Technology

Associate Professor in Media Studies

PhD Candidate in Political Communication

Postdoc Position in Sociocultural Anthropology

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