The Audiovisual Studies Research Group – Audiovisual Communication: contents, formats and technology-(GEA) is a Group of Competitive Reference from the University of Santiago de Compostela, attached to the Department of Communication Sciences and coordinated by professor Enrique Castelló Mayo.
The mission and objectives of the group are the analysis of the communication processes as cultural constructors and capital instruments in the formation of societies. Based on different approaches -political, social, economic…- and with special attention to the construction of identity(s) and the preservation of cultural diversity, it offers interdisciplinary research proposals whose results are directed to the scientific community, those responsible of public policies, the professionals of the sectors involved and the citizenship in general.
The Malaga Festival returns to the Malaga Docsconference with the publication of the collective book El documental en España. Historia, estética e identidad (Documentary film in Spain. History, aesthetics and identity), published by Cátedra and the festival itself. Complementing the presentation of this volume is the Documentary Film Meeting 2023,En el espejo: una mirada compartida al cine documental […]
The journal Cinema & Territory (C&T) is an international, annual scientific publication of art and anthropology of images of the Universidade da Madeira (UMa). C&T is open to proposals for publication from researchers inside and outside UMa, in the fields of arts and film studies, visual anthropology and images, and other scientific areas that address […]
The International Symposium CloudClass: Virtual Communication for teaching innovation will take place next Friday 17 February in Seminar 3 of the Faculty of Communication Sciences. The interdisciplinary nature of the programme aims to transfer the knowledge generated within the European project “CloudClass, CloudClass: Low Cost, Mobile, Cloud & Template Based Augmented Reality Studio for Education”, […]