Past conferences

On this page, you can find and browse through Nordic degree programmes in media-related studies: Bachelor's, Master's and doctoral programmes in Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway and Sweden.

MultiPlay

The theme of the conference is identity – how games shape identity, how gamers define themselves, how place and space in games can build a sense of identity, and how marginalised identities are depicted in games and can challenge or reinforce dominant power structures.

The Pause for Thought symposium, ‘Making Sense of the High Speed Society’

A small, one-day symposium on the topic ‘Making Sense of the High-Speed Society’.

“What Has Antiquity Ever Done for Us? The Vitality of Ancient Reception Studies, Now

An international virtual conference presented by Antiquity in Media Studies (AIMS)

IIC Italy Chapter Webinar: Insights for a balanced regulation: considering platforms benefits and protection needs

The event aims explore the indirect benefits (second order positive externalities) arising from specific online services in relation to different fields (Economics, Finance, Labour; Society, Culture, Environment; Law, Democracy, Institutions).

AMLife Seminar Qualifying Digital Data for Media and Audience Research

The research group Audiences & Mediated Life is pleased to invite contributions for a hybrid seminar that seeks to qualify digital data and computational tools for the study of media and audiences.

SMaRT-EU FINAL CONFERENCE Media resilience across generations

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Nordic Welfare Forum 2021: The Nordic model and social sustainability

The question is: how have the Nordic countries coped with the challenges of the pandemic compared to other countries in Europe?

Tenth Finnish Conference of Cultural Studies

The theme for the 10th conference is joy.

Presstödet 50 år

I år är det 50 år sedan statligt presstöd infördes i Sverige.  Med anledning av detta arrangerar Svensk Mediehistorisk Förening och Publicistklubben Västra ett öppet miniseminarium i Torgny Segerstedtsalen i Göteborgs universitets huvudbyggnad.

Nordic Intercultural Communication Conference 2020: Changing regional identities and intercultural communication

Contributions from seasoned scholars as well as from students and practitioners interested in the various aspects of culture and communication are encouraged.

BAM! 2021

BAM! 2021 er et symposium arrangert av  forskergruppen BAM! - Bransjestudier i audiovisuelle medier ved  Fakultet for audiovisuelle medier og kreativ teknologi på Høgskolen i Innlandet. 

International Media Readings in Moscow "Mass Media and Communications-2021"

This year’s conference welcome discussions about uncertainty as a new challenge for journalism and the society, and the new opportunities uncertain/liquid modernity can offer to people, media, institutions, and industries.

Comparative Research in Media Studies

The workshop on Comparative research in Media Studies focuses on the methodological challenges and strategies of drawing comparisons (between different contexts and units, from countries to groups, institutions, media outlets, etc).

Digital Transformations

This conference marks and celebrates the 20th anniversary of Humlab.

Behind the Screen and Off the Stage: Film and Television Representations of American Entertainment

This three-day virtual conference hosted by the Media, Culture and Creative Technologies Research Group in London Met's School of Computing and Digital Media seeks to explore the history and significance of these self-reflective films and television shows.

Behind the Screen and Off the Stage: Film and Television Representations of American Entertainment

This three-day virtual conference hosted by the Media, Culture and Creative Technologies Research Group in London Met's School of Computing and Digital Media seeks to explore the history and significance of these self-reflective films and television shows.

Inclusive Media Education for Diverse Societies

The workshop will be convened as a hybrid workshop. Selected presenters will have the opportunity to present online or offline (latter depending on the restrictions due to Covid19 pandemic at the time of the workshop).

Cultura Social Media 2021: Culture of algorithms in an everchanging media environment

The Social Media 21’ Conference will address the role of automation and artificial intelligence in the creation of news, as well as the different cultures that emerge within journalism and the content creation surrounding metrics in an ever-changing media context.

The 20th IFIP International Conference On Entertainment Computing

IFIP TC14 aims to encourage research, development and sharing of innovative ideas, models and practices, on computer applications in entertainment.

Media Platformisation and Small Nations

The event is hybrid. The first day is fully online and open for all. The second day is a blend of an open virtual event and an in-person event by invitation only (check out our programme here). Even though the virtual parts of the event are free and open, participants still need to register.