Monday August 15, 10.00-11.00, lunch area 14.4
Section breakfast to welcome two new colleagues: Kasper Bering Liisberg, “studieadjunkt” in media production and research assistant Freja.
Tuesday-Wednesday August 16-17, all day
Departmental seminar with time allocated to section discussions of publication and application planning.
Tuesday August 30, 10.30-12, room 16.1.16
Section meeting on WPA.
Tuesday Sept. 27, 12.30-16, location to be announced
Joint section seminar with section of film studies and creative media industries.
Tuesday Oct. 25, 9.30-11, room 14.3.38
Discussion of 1) ‘pejlemærker’ for COMM strategy and 2) self-evaluation for COMM’s research evaluation.
Tuesday Nov. 29, 9.30-11, room 14.3.38
Presentation by Mette & Nete of ongoing research on antivaxx influencers in a welfare state perspective.
Tuesday Dec. 13, 10.30-12, room 14.3.38
Presentation by Freja Berg about the Danish podcast landscape. Plus, Christmas lunch in the evening.
Wednesday June 8, 2022, 9.00-12.00, room 16.1.16
Section seminar: Professor Rosalin Gill from City, University London will join our section for a seminar on feminist media studies (rescheduled from December 2021). Rosalin Gill’s talk will focus on the following two questions: What does it mean to study media from a feminist angle and how has feminist media studies developed during the recent decade? A more detailed program will follow when the date approaches!
Tuesday June 7, 2022, 12.00-13.30, room 14.3.46
Extended section lunch seminar: Professor Lynn Schofield Clark from University of Denver will be visiting Section of Media Studies and give a talk about her ongoing research, “It’s been a minute: Decolonizing the concepts of participation and time in the study of youth, news, and civic engagement”.
Tuesday May 17, 2022, 10.30-12.00, room 16.1.16
Section seminar: Miklós Áron Sükösd will talk about the newly held elections in Hungary (early April 2022), including the critical situation for media in the country, under the title "Rigged elections in Hungary: lawfare and authoritarian media policies in Orbán´s propaganda state".
Tuesday April 5, 2022, 10.15-12, room 16.1.16
Section seminar: Professor Zrinjka Perisko, Chair at the Centre for Media and Communication Research, Faculty of Political Science, University of Zagreb, will join Section of Media Studies to give a talk on "How can historical factors explain contemporary media systems?", based on her recent co-authored book “Comparing Post-Socialist Media Systems: The Case of Southeast Europe” (Routledge 2021).
Tuesday March 15, 2022, 10.30-12.00, room 16.1.16
Section meeting: “How to work with Horizon Europe” - Mille Møllegaard from the faculty research support will join Section of Media Studies to introduce the Horizon Europe framework and how to get involved in applying for funding within its various call.
Tuesday February 8 2022, 9.00-10.30, room 16.1.16
Section seminar: Visiting PhD-fellow Josephine Lehaff from RUC present her ongoing research on the impact of emotions on news repertoires.
Thursday January 27 2022, 13.00-15.00, room 24.0.11
Section seminar: Mikkel Bækby Johansen’s PhD-work-progress seminar on the dissertation: “Public Intellectualism in the Digital Age”
Assessors: Associate professor Miklós Áron Sükösd (UCPH) and associate professor Erik Svendsen (RUC)
Tuesday, 14 December 2021, 9:00-13:00
Section seminar: Feminist media studies
This section meeting is dedicated to a research seminar with Professor Rosalin Gill (City University of London) on feminist media studies. Rosalin Gill’s talk will focus on two main questions: What does it mean to study media from a feminist angle and how has feminist media studies developed during the recent decade? The talk will also include Rosalin Gill’s current work on a book titled Feeling Judged based on a new study of young women’s lives on social media.
Organisers: Anne and Valentyna
Tuesday, 16 November 2021, 10:00-13:00
Section seminar: Media engagement
This section meeting is dedicated to a research seminar with Professor Annette Hill (Dept. of Communication and Media, Lund University). Annette Hill will present her current work ‘Parameters of Media Engagement’, co-authored with Professor Emeritus Peter Dahlgren. In the work, Hill and Dahlgren offer a model for theorizing media engagement through a matrix of five parameters across multiple media contexts, motivations, modalities, intensities, and consequences. The presentation will draw on a recent article published in Media Theory as well as a forthcoming monograph related to Media Engagement.
Thursday, 18 November 2021, 9:30-21:00
One-day research seminar with Section of Film Studies and Creative Media Industries and Section of Galleries, Libraries, Archives and Museums
Location: Arbejdermuseet/The Workers Museum.
At this seminar the three sections will 1) introduce the research profile and ongoing research of each section and 2) have themed discussion about “Democracy, the public (’offentlighed’) and public service” and “Value creation/legitimacy of culture, media and film”.
Organisers: Nete, Eva Novrup and Nanna Kann-Rasmussen
Tuesday, 12 October 2021, 12:00-16:30
Section seminar: What is media studies II?
In Dec. 2019, section of media studies had its first What is media studies seminar? Since then, the section has grown and developed a lot, and at this year’s What is media studies II?-seminar, we continue our discussions of our media studies identity and profile within the broader field of communication.
Organisers: Nete, Christina, Manuel
Tuesday, 21 September 2021, 11:00-12:30
Section meeting: Aggression and hate speech against (media) scholars
More information will follow.
Tuesday June 15, 2021, 11.00-12.30
Mikkel Bækby Johansen presents his ongoing PhD-research on Intellectuals in the digital age.
June 10, 2021
Joint research seminar with Section of Film and Creative Media Industries and Section of Galleries, Libraries, Archives and Museum.
Tuesday May 18, 2021, 11.00-12.30
Postdoc Franziska Marquart will present her research as part of Nete Nørgaard Kristensen’s H2020-projekt INVENT, and Matthias Hoffmann will present his research as part of Christina Neumeyer’s VolkswagenStiftung projekt, ProDem.
Tuesday April 20, 2021, 11.00-12.30
Postdoc Ally McCrow-Young presents her research ‘Social media data as (non)personal data? Intersecting data assemblages in research practice under the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation’.
Tuesday March 16, 2021, 11.00-12.30
David Buckingham, Emeritus Professor of Media and Communications at Loughborough University, gives a talk on “Media and cultural education in the age of digital capitalism”. Read more
March 1, 2021
The section welcomes a new colleague, Matthias Hoffmann, to be part of Christina Neumeyer’s VolkswagenStiftung projekt, ProDem.
Tuesday February 23, 2021, 13.00-14.30
Associate professor Stine Lomborg from DICO/COMM presents her DFF- and ERC-projects on “Datafied Living”.
Tuesday January 12, 2021, 14.00-15.30
Professor Nete Nørgaard Kristensen and professor Mette Mortensen present their joint research about The memefication of political leaders during the COVID-19 pandemic.
January 1, 2021
The section welcomes a new colleague, postdoc Franziska Marquart to be part of Nete Nørgaard Kristensen’s H2020-projekt INVENT.
December 15, 2020
Associate professor Christa Lykke Christensen presents ongoing research.
November 17, 2020
PhD-fellow Valentyna Shapovalova presents her ongoing PhD-research about Russian disinformation and gender discourses.
October 20, 2020
Tenure track assistant professor Manuel Menke presents ongoing research.
October 1, 2020
The section welcomes a new colleague, tenure track assistant professor Manuel Menke.
September 15, 2020
Associate professor Christina Neumayer presents ongoing research.
September 1, 2020
The section welcomes two new colleagues, associate professor Christina Neumayer and PhD-fellow Valentyna Shapovalova.
August 20, 2020
PhD-fellow Maria Mørch Brinkmann Skytte presents her ongoing PhD-research on Public service media’s strategies for children’s content in the digital media system.
June 23, 2020
June 4, 2020
Ally McGrow-Young defends her PhD-thesis, “Incongruent images: Connective mourning rituals on Instagram following the 2017 Manchester Arena attack”.
May 19, 2020
PhD-fellow Mikkel Bækby Johansen presents his ongoing PhD-research on the changing conditions of public intellectualism in Western societies.
February 19, 2020
Professor Anne Jerslev presents her ongoing research on David Lynch.