ZeMKI-Research Seminar

The focus of the ZeMKI research seminar on media culture is a critical discussion of media and communicative change in relation to further processes of socio-cultural change. In order to stimulate research in this area, the research seminar regularly invites national and international experts in this field as well as research undertaken at the University of Bremen is discussed.
The research seminar takes place every second week on Wednesdays, from 12 to 14 o'clock in room 60070 at ZeMKI in Linzer Str. 4. If you are interested in, you are welcome to participate.

Current programme summer semester 2018
(DOWNLOAD incl. abstracts)

Date

Lecturer

Topic

4. April 2018

Prof. Dr. Karsten D. Wolf (ZeMKI, University of Bremen)

Lernen in einer digitalen Welt – schulbezogene Mediennutzung von Schülerinnen und Schülern in Bremen

18. April 2018

 

Dr. Ricardo Gaulia Borrmann (Universidade Federal Fluminense, Rio de Janeiro, Brasil)

Paulo Emílio Salles Gomes’ network and transatlantic cultural circulation in film history

2. May 2018

Dr. Rasmus Greiner (ZeMKI, University of Bremen)

Audiovisuelle Histosphären: Erfahrung und Reflexion lateinamerikanischer Zeitgeschichte im fiktionalen Film

16. May 2018

Dr. Erik Koenen, Arne Lorenz Gellrich, Prof. Dr. Stefanie Averbeck-Lietz, (ZeMKI, University of Bremen)

Transnationale Kommunikationsgeschichte des Völkerbundes in der Zwischenkriegszeit (1920-1938). Institutions-, Professions- und Öffentlichkeitssphäre des Völkerbundjournalismus im Mehrländervergleich

30. May 2018

Dr. Roser Beneito-Montagut (Cardiff University, UK)

Doing digital team ethnography to study later life and social media practices

13. June 2018

Prof. Dr. Sandra Jeppesen (Lakehead University, Orillia, Canada)

Toward an intersectional political economy of alternative media resources

27. June 2018

Dr. Adam Fish (Lancaster University)

Hacker States: Four Arguments Why State Hacking is Bad