European Communication Research
and Education Association
November 6-8, 2019
Deadline: April 30, 2019
The histories of racism and religion are entangled. To understand how processes of racism, nationalism, and exclusion come about in different forms we need to view these developments as intertwined with religion and ideas of religion and religiosity.
The rise of islamophobia and antisemitism, discrimination and violent persecution of minorities in the name of religion or secularism, and controversies around the visibility of religious practices in public space, all point to the need for a deeper understanding of in what ways religion historically and in the present plays a central role in producing and upholding racism and colonial practices/structures.
Religion has also played a central role in counter movements such as civil rights, indigenous rights, anti-colonial and, anti-apartheid movements. An additional aspect to explore is religious symbols and representations that have been part of anti-racist art and music and the place of spiritualism in artistic resistance to racism. What role has and does religion play in developing and upholding racist and nationalist structures? In what ways are different entangled forms of racism and religion being manifested? How can we for example understand antisemitism and islamophobia on a global and local scale? What does it mean to be living in a supposedly post-racial, post-secular world? What role does religion and/or spirituality play in antiracist struggles and movements?
The Center for Multidisciplinary Research on Racism (CEMFOR) invites scholars to send in abstracts for paper presentations and/or session proposals.
Racism, Religion, Secularism, Post secularism, Intersectionality, Spirituality, Colonialism, Cast, Race, Racialization, Class, Gender, Antisemitism, Islamophobia, Antiracism, Fascism, Interreligious activism, Activism, Oppression, Minority persecution, Globalization, Tradition, Nationalism, Modernity.
Abstracts and/or session proposals can (but are not restricted to) include the following themes:
You are welcome to contact us on email@example.com.
Please use our form for the submission of the abstract: http://doit.medfarm.uu.se/kurt13423
Deutsches Historisches Institut London
Deadline: March 4, 2019
Full time (40 hours per week), to a fixed-term post for three years, based in London WC1, starting as soon as possible.
The position forms part of a three-year project undertaken by the International Standing Working Group (ISWG) ‘Medialisation and Empowerment of Women’, supported by the Max Weber Foundation. The research group will investigate the ways in which feminist ideas circulated in twentieth-century mass media and impacted on society and activism. These questions will be explored in a global context, involving partners at research institutions in Britain, India, Germany and beyond.
The post-doctoral researcher will:
We are looking for candidates who:
The salary, which is based on the German Embassy´s pay scheme, is £3801 per month (£3953 after a six-month probation period). Andre Tummernicht (tummernicht(ghi)ghil.ac.uk) can answer any questions relating to salary and support for families.
The Max Weber Foundation is a family friendly employer and promotes a good work-life balance. We also work towards achieving gender equality among our staff and attempt to compensate for existing imbalances. We therefore expressly encourage qualified women to apply. According to law candidates with a severe disability who are equally qualified (in terms of aptitude, ability, and achievement) will be given preference, and equally qualified women will be given preference over men.
To apply, please send a full CV including an outline of your project, university examination grades, a covering letter explaining your motivation and what makes you suitable for the role, the addresses of two referees, and any other documents that might support your application in a single pdf file only (reference: ISWG) to reach bewerbungen(ghi)ghil.ac.uk by 4 March 2019.
For questions about this role please contact:
Frau Prof. Dr. Christina von Hodenberg
Interviews will be held in London on 4 April 2019.
Applicants must be able to demonstrate their legal right to work in the UK. The salary will be taxable in Germany unless you are a British citizen and do not also hold German citizenship.
By submitting your application you agree that your application will be forwarded to external selection committee members in the course of the selection process. Applications will be used exclusively for the purpose of the selection procedure and will be deleted after completion of the procedure in compliance with data protection regulations.
This position is subject to final approval of the project by the German Federal Ministry for Education and Research.
The Alan Turing Institute
Deadline: February 28, 2019
The Alan Turing Institute is the UK’s national institute for data science and artificial intelligence. The Institute is named in honour of the scientist Alan Turing and its mission is to make great leaps in data science and artificial intelligence research in order to change the world for the better.
Public Policy Programme
The public policy programme works alongside policymakers to explore how data-driven public service provision and policy innovation might solve long-running ‘wicked’ policy problems and to develop the ethical foundations for the use of data science and artificial intelligence in policy-making.
Our aim is to contribute to the Institute’s mission - to make great leaps in data science and artificial intelligence research in order to change the world for the better - by developing research, tools, and techniques that have a positive impact on the lives of as many people as possible.
As part of our work, the public policy programme has launched a new research project, focused on the role and impacts of women’s representation in data science and AI and how data-driven insights can be used to inform policy and enhance gender equality.
Women in Data Science and AI
Digital technologies, data science and AI have diverse and far-reaching implications for the lives of individuals and the functioning of societies. It is imperative for women to be equal partners in developing the algorithms, setting the research agendas, and building the applications underpinned by data science and AI. Nevertheless, at the moment, women are underrepresented in data science and AI professions. With the goal of remedying this issue, the Alan Turing Institute has established the research project Women in Data Science and AI.
This project will carry out multidisciplinary research to answer the following questions:
Both quantitative and qualitative research will be used to inform our understanding of the gender gap in data science and AI and generate new actionable insights and recommendations to tackle it. We are recruiting for two roles. One Research Fellow will focus on quantitative research, and one Research Fellow will focus on the qualitative aspects of the work. This advertisement is for the qualitative Research Fellow, who is expected to have a social science background.
Ultimately, the goal of the Women in Data Science and AI research project is to increase women’s participation in these fields and ensure that women’s perspectives and priorities inform the insights that data scientists generate, the algorithms that they build, and the research agendas that they define.
The Alan Turing Institute is recruiting a full-time postdoctoral scholar to work in the public policy programme. The scholar will focus entirely on the Women in Data Science and AI research project, applying social science and quantitative research techniques to study the participation and role of women in these fields.
The Research Fellow will investigate:
Research should translate into concrete recommendations and policy measures aimed at increasing the number of women in data science and AI professions.
The successful candidate will join the Institute’s public policy programme and will play an important role in shaping and executing the programme’s research into the role of women in Data Science and AI. The Research Fellow will be able to work closely with academics and policy-makers in an interdisciplinary, dynamic and collaborative environment.
Duties and Responsibilities
The core functions of the post-doctoral Research Fellow are as follows:
The successful candidate will have:
Terms and Conditions
This is a fixed-term position for a period of 2 years. The annual salary offered is £45,000 - £50,000, dependent on skills & experience. The post will be held primarily at the Institute’s site at the British Library, Euston Road, London. A competitive benefits package is also available.
If you are interested in this opportunity, please apply to firstname.lastname@example.org by submitting:
If you have questions or would like to discuss the role further with a member of the Institute’s HR Team, please contact them on 0203 862 3394 or email email@example.com.
Closing Date for Applications: 28 February 2019
Interviews: 11 March 2019.
The Alan Turing Institute is committed to creating an environment where diversity is valued and everyone is treated fairly. In accordance with the Equality Act, we welcome applications from anyone who meets the specific criteria of the post regardless of age, disability, ethnicity, gender, gender reassignment, marital and civil partnership status, pregnancy, religion or belief or sexual orientation. Reasonable adjustments to the interview process can also be made for any candidates with a disability.
Please note all offers of employment are subject to continuous eligibility to work in the UK and satisfactory pre-employment security screening which includes a DBS Check.
Full details on the pre-employment screening process can be requested from HR@turing.ac.uk.
Lund University, Centre for Languages and Literature
Deadline: March 1, 2019
Lund University was founded in 1666 and is repeatedly ranked among the world’s top 100 universities. The University has 40 000 students and 7 400 staff based in Lund, Helsingborg and Malmö. We are united in our efforts to understand, explain and improve our world and the human condition.
The Centre for Languages and Literature at Lund University (SOL) is Sweden’s largest university department for languages, linguistics, literature and area studies. SOL provides a wide range of freestanding courses complemented with an increasing number of first and second cycle degree programmes. Housing 33 subjects and roughly the same number of PhD programmes, SOL is a solid foundation for broad and deep education and research, characterised by national and international visibility. SOL is managed by a board chaired by the Head of Department. The management also includes two assistant heads of department with special areas of responsibility. More than 250 people are employed and around 3 000 students, including around 100 PhD students, conduct their studies at SOL.
Doctoral education. Departmental work can be assigned.
Admission requirements for doctoral studies in each subject are specified in the relevant general syllabus, available here.
The selection process will primarily take into account the applicants’ ability to benefit from third cycle studies. This is assessed from the criteria quality, quantity, progression and relevance. The application must include:
Type of employment
Limit of tenure, four years according to HF 5 kap 7§.
Lund University welcomes applicants with diverse backgrounds and experiences. We regard gender equality and diversity as a strength and an asset. We kindly decline all sales and marketing contacts.
University of Southern Denmark
The Department of Political Science and Public Management, University of Southern Denmark, Odense invites applications for one or more associate professorship in journalism as of May 1, 2019 or soon thereafter.
Successful candidate(s) must be able and willing to support the department in realizing its two overarching strategic objectives: First, we strive to produce original ideas through high-quality and pioneering research. Second, we want to address major societal challenges and to exchange knowledge with society through high-quality study programmes and genuine engagement with societal actors and the wider public. The department values a diversity of competences and academic profiles, and, thus, applicants must present a clear academic profile. By academic profile we understand the combined quality of research, teaching and societal engagement. For more information about the department and its strategy, please visit the website.
The successful applicant(s) will be affiliated with Centre for Journalism. Specifically, the new associate professor(s) will be associated with the new Media Research and Innovation Centre which was launched on January 1, 2019. The aim of the centre is to improve journalism in multiple ways by producing new knowledge about journalism in the 21th century, by reviewing and condensing existing knowledge and – not the least – by working closely together with the journalism industry. Thus, our ideal candidate will not only be a talented and internationally oriented researcher but also someone who engages in development projects (of, for example, formats, business cases, technologies) and knowledge exchange activities (e.g. acting as an expert on committees or offering courses to professional journalists and/or editors). Applicants are strongly encouraged to familiarize themselves with aims, goals and activities of the Media Research and Innovation Centre.
The successful applicant(s) will be tasked with a range of obligations at the department, including:
It is important to us that applicants have good interpersonal skills and are dedicated to taking part in the everyday academic and social environment at the department. Such engagement can be documented by, for example, past engagement in social and professional activities. Within a three-year period, foreign applicants are expected to master the Danish language at a level which enables reading Danish exam papers and administrative documents.
The department believes in fostering a stimulating and inspiring environment for both faculty members and students. The department’s ambition is therefore to recruit, develop, and retain talented scholars committed to both academic excellence and departmental development. Furthermore, the department wishes our staff to reflect the diversity of society and thus welcomes applications from all qualified candidates regardless of personal background.
For further information, please contact Head of Department, Christian Elmelund-Præstekær firstname.lastname@example.org or Head of the Centre for Journalism, Peter Bro, email@example.com.
Application, salary, etc.
Appointment to the position requires a PhD or equivalent and will be in accordance with the salary agreement between the Ministry of Finance and the Danish Confederation of Professional Associations.
An application must include:
Furthermore, applicants applying for an associate professorship are requested to submit a teaching portfolio with the application as documentation for teaching experience as well as supervision qualifications. Formal application instructions and guide for teaching portfolio may be found here.
All non-Danish documents must be translated into English.
Applications that are incomplete with regard to the above requirements may be rejected without any substantive evaluation.
Assessment of applications will be done under existing Appointment Order for universities. Applications will be assessed by an academic assessment committee that determines whether applicants are qualified to be an Associate Professor. The committee may request additional information, and if so, it is the responsibility of the applicant to provide the necessary material. The committee reserves the right to arrive at a decision solely based on the material submitted.
Shortlisting may be used in the assessment process.
When the assessment committee has submitted its report, the applicant will receive the part of the evaluation that concerns him/her. The assessment report will subsequently be forwarded to the Head of Department who will assemble an appointments committee. The appointments committee will manage and complete a series of job interviews with especially promising applicants. On the basis of the applications, the written assessments, the job interviews, and a deliberation within the appointments committee, the Head of Department determines which candidate(s) will be offered the position.
Applications must be submitted electronically no later than 01/03/2019 using the link below. Uploaded files must be in Adobe PDF (unlocked) or Word format.
Applications must be submitted electronically using the link here. Uploaded files must be in Adobe PDF (unlocked) or Word format.
Deadline: March 1, 2019
The Department of Political Science and Public Management, University of Southern Denmark, Odense invites applications for one or more four-year assistant professorships in journalism as of May 1, 2019 or soon thereafter.
The successful applicant(s) will be affiliated with Centre for Journalism. Specifically, the new assistant professor(s) will be associated with the new Media Research and Innovation Centre which was launched on January 1, 2019. The aim of the centre is to improve journalism in multiple ways by producing new knowledge about journalism in the 21th century, by reviewing and condensing existing knowledge and – not the least – by working closely together with the journalism industry. Thus, our ideal candidate will not only be a talented and internationally oriented researcher but also someone who engages in development projects (of, for example, formats, business cases, technologies) and knowledge exchange activities (e.g. acting as an expert on committees or offering courses to professional journalists and/or editors). Applicants are strongly encouraged to familiarize themselves with aims, goals and activities of the Media Research and Innovation Centre.
Furthermore, applicants applying for an assistant professorship are requested to submit a teaching portfolio with the application as documentation for teaching experience as well as supervision qualifications. Formal application instructions and guide for teaching portfolio may be found here.
Assessment of applications will be done under existing Appointment Order for universities. Applications will be assessed by an academic assessment committee that determines whether applicants are qualified to be an Assistant Professor. The committee may request additional information, and if so, it is the responsibility of the applicant to provide the necessary material. The committee reserves the right to arrive at a decision solely based on the material submitted.
Applications must be submitted electronically no later than 01/03/2019 using the link here.
Uploaded files must be in Adobe PDF (unlocked) or Word format.
An International Journal of Pure Communication Inquiry (KOME)
KOME, an international Open Access journal published by the Hungarian Communication Studies Association is currently accepting submissions. KOME is a theory and pure research-oriented journal of communication studies and related fields.
Given the connection between theory and empirical research, we are open to submissions of empirical papers as well, if the research demonstrates a clear endorsement of communication and/or media theories. Being an European journal, we would love to hear from our colleagues overseas, and read about their current research!
We are free to all authors and readers, and indexed in Web of Science. All submission undergo double blind peer review. Average turnaround time is 8 weeks.
No APC's, page charges, submission charges; we do not charge authors for publishing their work and do not solicit or accept payment for contributions.
AN INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF PURE COMMUNICATION INQUIRY ISSN 2063-7330
June 19-21, 2019
Sofia University (Bulgaria)
Deadline (EXTENDED): February 11, 2019
The 12th Central and Eastern European Communication and Media Conference will take place at the Sofia University “St. Kliment Ohridski” (Bulgaria), on 19 – 21 June 2019. The conference is hosted by the Faculty of Journalism and Mass Communication (Sofia University) and organized in cooperation with the ECREA Central and East European Network and the CEECOM Consortium.
The focus of CEECOM 2019 is the strategic and practical aspects of managing communications, thus establishing a wide interdisciplinary foundation for works in the field of communication, media studies and political sciences. Our aim is to bring together a number of scholars with diverse backgrounds to exchange ideas regarding the present and the future of communication endeavors. The Call for Panels is currently open and we welcome contributions focusing on issues relating to the communication and media practice with emphasis on Central and Eastern Europe.
The organizers look forward to presentations in (but not limited to) the following focal areas of interest:
More information regarding the topic of the conference can be found at our website
Deadline for submissions is February 11, 2019. Notifications of acceptance will be sent through an e-mail by 25th February 2019.
Individual paper proposals addressed to one of the proposed panels could mention the title of the desired panel. However, other topics regarding media practice and theory, communication management or similar could apply and be assigned to a panel at a later point. Abstracts (maximum 250 words) will be evaluated by two members of the Scientific Committee.
Please, use the following link for submission.
Deadline: February 15, 2019
Prologi is an annual journal of Prologos ry, a Finnish scientific communication association. The journal presents the latest research on human interaction. Proposals for articles can be offered in Finnish, Swedish, and English.
At the turn of the year 2019–2020, the Fifteenth Annual Volume of Prologi will be published. We are now inviting proposals for articles. Articles can focus, for instance, on interpersonal relationships, groups, teams and communities, leadership communication, performance and public speaking, influence and argumentation, political communication, intercultural communication, technologically-mediated communication, or the connection between interaction and well-being. The focus of the study may also be related to interpersonal communication competence and training.
The journal publishes empirical studies, theoretical and methodological articles as well as reflective and evaluative reviews of a research area or perspective. The article proposals will be peer-reviewed. In addition to peer-reviewed articles, Prologi also publishes topical communication speeches such as lectio praecursorias, high-level presentations, and discussions of interpersonal communication research and teaching.
The journal provides a scientific forum for multidisciplinary research. In order to increase cooperation among and dialogue with experts in various fields, scholars from all disciplines are encouraged to submit article proposals to Prologi. We appreciate scholarly efforts to interact with previous and current communication research in the aforementioned areas of interest.
If you would like to submit an article for publication in Prologi, send an abstract of your proposal (300–400 words) by February 15, 2019 to the editor-in-chief at firstname.lastname@example.org. The authors will be informed about the suitability of the article proposals by the end of February. Subsequently, the manuscript for the article (40,000 characters including spaces) is requested to be sent by April 30th, 2019.
For more information, please contact: Emma Kostiainen, Editor-in-chief (email@example.com)
September 20-21, 2019
American University Washington College of Law Washington, D.C.
Deadline: March 15, 2019 (April 30, 2019 for student tracks)
TPRC is an annual cross-disciplinary conference on communications, information, and Internet policy that convenes researchers and policymakers from law, economics, engineering, computer science, public policy and related fields working in academia, industry, government, and nonprofit organizations around the world.
TPRC is seeking submissions for its 47th conference, including papers, posters, panels, a Student Paper Competition, the Graduate Student Consortium, and the Charles Benton Early Career Scholar Award.
Proposals can be submitted at https://www.tprcweb.com/through March 15 (proposals for student tracks are due April 30).
Papers & Posters: Submit an abstract of research in progress or recently completed and present the completed paper in a conference session or as a poster. The presentation format is best for work that has been completed, whereas posters are ideal for feedback on work-in-progress and completed work where detailed feedback and engagement is desired. Posters will be prominently displayed and provide an opportunity to discuss your research in detail with conference attendees.
Panels: Propose a panel discussion of a relevant topic. If your proposal is selected, you will be asked to organize the panel. Panel specific information can be found here.
Student Paper Competition and Graduate Student Consortium: In addition to the regular conference proposals, students may also submit papers to the student paper contest and/or participate in the Graduate Student Consortium (GSC). The Student Paper Contest winners receive cash prizes, and GSC participants receive unique mentorship and networking opportunities. Both receive complimentary registration in TPRC47. Mentors are also sought for the GSC. Student program specific information can be found here.
We will consider proposals on the following and related topics. The program committee encourages submissions from diverse organizations, disciplines, approaches, and geographies.
Papers and Posters
Paper sessions generally include three presentations of selected papers, grouped by common topic, with a moderator. Presentations are 20 minutes, followed by a 10-minute discussion period.
In the poster session, participants display materials that highlight their research and discuss such research with conference attendees. Posters should display the question, hypothesis, data, and results.
Proposals (abstracts) must be submitted at https://www.tprcweb.com/ by March 15.
TPRC will not accept papers previously accepted for publication in a peer-reviewed journal or conference proceeding, in a law review, or as a chapter in a published book.
An author may present only one paper or poster at the conference, although may be a coauthor on multiple papers or posters. An author may submit multiple abstracts for consideration, but at most one will be accepted.
Papers not submitted in final form by July 26 will be removed from the program.
TPRC is a research conference; therefore, any paper or proposal must meet academic standards of research.
Proposals are an abstract of the research. Abstracts should:
a. The objective(s) of the paper, relevant field(s) of research, and topic;
b. The methods and data, if relevant (empirical methods are not required);
c. Why the research is novel and relevant to contemporary communications policy; and
d. Results or conclusions if available.
All abstracts will be evaluated through double-blind peer review and assessed on the merits of the proposed contribution. Each submission will be reviewed by three or four members of the TPRC Program Committee. The chair of the Program Committee is ultimately responsible for final decisions, which are made in consultation with the committee. The Program Committee aspires to provide written feedback to submitters along with notifications.
Submission of Abstracts: from February 15 through March 15
Notice of decisions: May 31
Final accepted papers in full form: July 26
Posters: September 20
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