Submissions for Vol. VIII are accepted from now and until the end of 2020 and will be published immediately upon acceptance based on the journal’s all-year-round publishing policy.
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The DFG Collaborative Research Centre 1369 “Cultures of Vigilance. Transformations – Spaces – Techniques” at the LMU Munich, one of the leading research universities in Europe, is advertising
four visiting scholarships for PhD candidates
starting from March 2020, for a period of three to six months each. Scholarship awardees will receive a monthly grant of 1.356 euros and travel expenses to and from Munich at the beginning and end of the three- or six-month-term will be covered.
Chamada de artigos para a revista Comunicação e Sociedade. Tema: “Discursos sobre migrantes, refugiados e minorias na esfera pública”
Para este número da Comunicação e Sociedade, desafia-se os investigadores a refletirem sobre as diferentes estratégias discursivo-textuais convocadas em discursos políticos, da imprensa e das redes sociais sobre migrantes, refugiados e minorias, deste o início do século XXI.
Public discourses on migrants, refugees and minorities: the 21st century in debate
Editors: Moisés de Lemos Martins (CECS-UM, Portugal), Maria Aldina Marques (ILCH-UM, Portugal) & Rui Ramos (IE-UM, Portugal)
For 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.
Grammar of Hate panel at the 8th CADAAD conference, July 7-9 2020
Eleonora Esposito and Majid KoshraviNik invite submission of abstracts for a panel entitled (Counter-)Discourses in the Digital Agorà, to be proposed as part of the 3rd MAPD (Multidisciplinary Approaches to Political Discourse) Conference, to be held on 25-26 June 2020 at the University of Liverpool, UK.
Copenhagen Graduate School of Social Sciences
Course dates: 27 –28 April 2020
Organizer and lecturer: Dr Lasse Thomassen, University of Copenhagen and Queen Mary, University of London
Place/Venue: CSS, University of Copenhagen, Øster Farimagsgade 5, 1353 Copenhagen K
Room number: to be confirmed
Meals: Lunch and coffee/tea will be provided both days