TELOS magazine has opened its call for papers for the central dossier of its next issue, 102: Turismo, Patrimonio y NTIC (Tourism, Heritage and New Technologies of Information and Communication), coordinated by professors Jesús Prieto de Pedro (UNED) and Enrique Bustamante Ramírez (UCM). Starting from the conscience of the importance of tourism in spanish and international economies, they promote a thought about the necessity of a sustainable tourism, tied to culture and integrated in social life. A thought that takes into account the importance of New Technologies of Information and Communication to draw synergies between cultural and touristic strategies. The proposal is interdisciplinary, to offset the little attention given to the subject in the academic and scientific scope. Hence, economists, communication researchers, anthropologists, jurists and cultural managers are called.
In thewebsite of the magazine there is detailed information about the preferred themes for the dossier, as well as the rules for collaborations. Published articles will be remunerated after its edition. The deadline for sending papers in their ultimate version is july 10, 2015.
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 […]
The 2022 international Small Cinemas conference extends its call for papers for “Totalitarianism in Literature and Films” until May 30. Totalitarianism & other radical ideologies as social phenomena have always been a scourge of societies big and small. The present time demands from academics and intellectuals to engage in a detailed analysis of what happens […]
The ERC Starting Grant project “Social Networks of the Past. Mapping Hispanic and Lusophone Literary Modernity (1898-1959)” and the Global Literary Studies Research Lab, with colaboration of Prof. Malte Hagener from the Philipps-Universität Marburg, has opened the call for papers for the International Conference “Rethinking Cinema and Film History Through Global and Digital Approaches (early […]