New edited book by Assoc. Prof. Nazan Haydari Pakkan (BİLGİ TVRP) and Prudence Margaret Holmes, titled Case Studies in Intercultural Dialogue is published by Kendall Hunt Publishing, and available here. Case Studies in Intercultural Dialogue focuses on the important and under-investigated concept of intercultural dialogue:
“The book draws on cases of intercultural communication in which there is a dialogue, conflict or misunderstanding, and presents approaches, theories, and analytical tools that can be used to productively understand and/or resolve the issues presented in each case study. This edited collection covers a wide range of research topics drawn from peace building, arts and media, education, anthropology, new communication technologies organizational communication, and more….The format of Case Studies in Intercultural Dialogue encourages readers to engage in discussion from different perspectives through various methodological and theoretical approaches to problems, opportunities, and ethical issues of intercultural communication” (from press release).
GeoMedia 2015 provides a genuinely interdisciplinary arena for research carried out at the crossroads of Geography, Media and Film Studies. The aim of the conference is to map out the current terrain of communication geographical research, pinpointing its main areas of debate and assessing the prospects of communication geography as a more formalized academic field. GeoMedia 2015 welcomes scholars of all disciplines who address questions pertaining to the space-mobility-media-communication nexus and want to take part in current epistemological discussions regarding communication geography and its future(s).
GeoMedia 2015 welcomes proposals in English of 200-250 words. Submissions are made via the conference website.
Suggested themes include, but are not limited to:
– Communication geographies
– Mobilities and locative media
– Power geometries of/in motion
– “Newsworthy” spaces
– Mobilities, flows and new media
– Material geographies of media
– Policy mobilities and power
– Media ecologies
– Lifestyle and tourism mobilities
– Pervasive media
– Cinematic geographies
– Mobility and governance
– New media and the productions of place/space
– Urban and rural media spaces
– Geographies of media and culture industries
– Art and event spaces
DEADLINE FOR PAPER PROPOSALS: 1st of December 2014
BİLGİ Görsel İletişim Tasarımı Öğretim Görevlisi Dr. Zafer Aracagök‘ün 90’larda yayınlanan üç kült kitabını (Eve Dönmek İstemiyorum, Anti-Hamlet & Sıfırografya) tek ciltte bir araya “Zeminsiz Üçleme” Kült Neşriyat tarafından yayımlandı. Kapağın kitap ve kapak illüstrasyonları Bora Başkan’a ait:
“(…) Zeminsiz Üçleme, hemen fark edileceği gibi, eleştiriden tasvire, yorumdan monoloğa pek çok felsefi ve edebi yazı unsurunu alışılmadık biçimlerde kullanan, farklı düşünüm ve duygulanım ritimlerini eş-anlı harekete geçirebilen bir toplam. Ancak burada söz konusu olan, sadece türler arası geçişkenlik, sınır kaymaları yada çakıştırmaya, harmanlamaya dayalı bir kurgulama tekniği değil. Zeminsiz Üçleme’nin bizi maruz bıraktığı çok daha zorlayıcı,rahatsız edici bir karmaşa. Mantık içinde mantıksızı deneyen (evet, “söz’de hiç mantık aranır mı?”), hep başka bir mantığa doğruilerleyen bir yazı…”
-Necmi Zeka’nın Önsözü’nden- (Tanıtım Bülteninden)
Masculinities: A Journal of Identity and Culture, is now seeking contributions for its third issue, which will be published in February 15, 2015. We are looking for articles and essays from every field of social sciences and humanities, which critically investigate men and masculinities. The submissions can be written either in English or Turkish. The relevant subjects for this issue include but not limited to the following:
- Childhood and youth
- Social relations
- Media, movies, TV and the Internet
Deadline for article submissions is: December 15, 2014
Submissions should be sent to the following address:email@example.com
Submission guidelines can be found at the Guidelines section of the following address: http://www.masculinitiesjournal.org
This special issue of Journalism Practice will explore what is understood by entrepreneurial journalism not just in the classroom but also in industry, and examine the impact of the embrace of entrepreneurialism by the world of journalism on the world of journalism.
Submissions are invited that address themes such as:
Best practices in entrepreneurial journalism education,
Issues and concerns in entrepreneurial journalism education,
Comparative analysis of teaching entrepreneurial journalism,
Ethics of entrepreneurial journalism,
Conflict between the ethos of journalism and the values of business,
Perspectives of academics, students, journalists, editors,
Case studies of entrepreneurial journalism,
These themes are indicative, and authors are encouraged to contact the guest editor to discuss potential articles.
Deadline for abstracts: January 2015.
Abstracts should be emailed to Guest Editor: Professor Kevin Rafter, Dublin City University, Ireland, firstname.lastname@example.org