Nis Grøn, Ph.D.

Department of Media and Journalism Studies · Aarhus University, Denmark — Research Assistant

Research Areas

  • Communications Theory
  • Media and Communication History
  • Media Policy and Regulation
  • Media Production and Innovation
  • Media Systems
  • Media Theory
  • Organizational Communication
  • Popular Culture
  • Television and Film

Highlighted publications

Grøn, N. (2013). The Sound of Horror-Silence & Sound Contrasts in Sci-Fi Horror Movies. Tidsskrift for Medier, Erkendelse og Formidling, 1(1). ISO 690

Grøn, N. (2015). Revitalizing cinematic potential under authoritarian rule: Reporting from the second edition of the Human Rights Human Dignity International Film Festival (HRHDIFF), Yangon, Myanmar, 15–19 June 2014. Asian Cinema, 26(1), 121-129.

Grøn, N. (2016). Developing a Bhutanese film sector in the intersection between gross national happiness and Danish guidance. A Companion to Nordic Cinema, 41-59.

About

I have conducted research in media industry development in the Asian region and taught university-level courses in film, media, and design related topics at universities in Hong Kong and Thailand. I am now working at Aarhus University. My research interests focuses on the role and interplay between socioeconomic, political, cultural, and technological developments in the audio-visual industry and is based on extensive fieldwork and collaboration with private, public, and civic society stakeholders. My research aim is to explore media aesthetics, institutional and organizational trends; capacity building initiatives; and transnational knowledge sharing among academics and industry stakeholders.