The Galician Asociation of Researchers in Communication (AGACOM) and the University of Santiago de Compostela (USC) has just published the last number of the International Yearbook of Comunicação Lusófona, corresponding to 2015 and 2016. The volume, directed by Margarita Ledo Andión, is titled Inquiry methodologies, cyberculture, regulation and cooperation pick up the premises which inspired the XII LUSOCOM Conference/III MEDIACOM Conference, celebrated in Praia, Cabo Verde’s capital, between October 19th and 21st 2016, and collect the contributions of academics of diverse fields and origins with the aim of “search for models of cooperation from difference, debating about regulation as guarantor mechanism of mediatic literacy and as part of the right to communicate, and doing it with the sign of multiple voices, intercultural position and relation between equals”.
This new installment of the Yearbook, edited by Margarita Ledo, Francisco Campos, Carlos Toural, Xosé Rúas,Ana Isabel Rodríguez, Carmen Costa e Maria Salgueiro, is avaliable at AGACOM’s web.
Na súa interdisciplinariedade, os estudos sobre a paisaxe sonora das nosas cidades poden dicirnos moito acerca do xeito en que vivimos e, máis aínda, como facelo dun xeito más atento, empático e común. No día 16 de xuño teremos ocasión de reflexionarmos na USC sobre estas temáticas na xornada Soundscapes: Cartografías sensoriais e paisaxes sonoras, […]
The XIV Lusocom Congress will be held in Porto on 25-26 October and will be organised by the University of Porto in collaboration with Sopcom (Associação Portuguesa de Ciências da Comunicação). The theme of this edition recognises that, as a result of the massification of digital media, the cultural transformation of our societies is triggering […]
The University Institute of Spanish Cinema of the Carlos III University of Madrid (IUCE-UC3M) is holding a two-day seminar entitled “Audiovisual democratic memory. Extraterritoriality and resistance”. It will take place at the Cervantes Institute in Paris on Thursday 5 and Friday 6 May. The aim is to invite reflection on the signs of political and […]