Would it be possible to advertise the DMM workshop programme?
Many thanks in advance, Olga Bailey
European Communication Research and Education Association (ECREA)
Diaspora, Migration and Media Section (DMM)
Workshop: Keywords: Continuities, complexities and challenges in the
field of Diaspora, Migration and Media
Date: 2-3 December 2011
Location: National University of Ireland, Maynooth
Friday 2nd December (Callan Hall, South Campus)
8.30 – 9.45 Registration
10.00 – 11.00
- Welcome from NUI Maynooth, and the DMM section organizers.
- Opening keynote: Ben Pitcher, University of Westminster: 'Thinking beyond Racism in Race Theory'
11.00 – 11.30 Tea/coffee
11.30 – 13.00 ‘Keywords’: Continuities, complexities and challenges in the
field of Diaspora, Migration and Media
- Monika Metykova, Northumbria University: ‘Understanding and translating keywords: intersection between academic and media policy makers’
- Sonja de Leeuw, Utrecht University: ‘Reshaping the Border Zone’
- Anne Mulhall, University College Dublin: Intimate States: the biopolitics of contemporary Ireland
13.00 – 14.30 Lunch (Pugin Hall)
14.30 – 16.00 Panel 1: Diasporic Identites: Place, Politics, Practices.
- Shepherd Mpofu, University of the Witwatersrand: 'Diaspora identities, homeland politics and the virtual discussion of the taboo: A critical analysis on how Zimbabweans use diasporic media to discuss "taboo" issues about Zimbabwe'.
- Christine Lohmeier, University of Munich: Cosmopolitan by default? Place and diasporic identities
- Dag Slettemeås, University of Oslo: 'Diasporic and parabolic: Functions and dilemmas of satellite-TV appropriation among immigrant households in Norway'
- Olga Guedes Bailey, Nottingham Trent University: 'Migrant women, agency, and empowerment'
16.30 – 18.00 Round table: Research: Future agenda and collaborations
19.00 Reception and conference dinner (Pugin Hall)
Saturday 3rd December (Iontas Building, North Campus)
9.30 – 11.00 Panel 2 & 3 (parallel)
Panel 2: Imagined Communities, Textual Readings, Media Strategies
- Harald Bauder, Ryerson University: 'Dialectic of imagination: imagining community and nation in the Canadian and German media'
- Kamil Zapasnik, Birkbeck, University of London: 'Time for dissensus: Ranciérian readings of Haneke'
- Luis Rocha Antunes, University of Kent: 'Exiled identities: Persepolis - the new transnational film genre?'
- Ivan Darias Alfonso, School of Oriental & African Studies (SOAS): Re-reading Cuba in London: media and identity in the Cuban diaspora
Panel 3: Migrant Media Use
- Gloria Macri, Dublin City University: Online identity narratives among Romanians in Ireland
- Martin Bak Jorgensen, University of Aalborg & Pinar Yazgan, Sakarya University: 'Media patterns of Turkish immigrants in Denmark: A Turkish mediascape?
- Danieli Milesi, University of Milan: 'Daughters and sons of migration, social networks and relational media use'
- Mercedes Medina, University of Navarra: 'Revising media research for immigrants in Spain'
11.30- 13.00 Panel 4 & 5 (parallel)
Panel 4: COST action on Transforming Audiences, transforming societies: 'Media, citizenship, and social diversity'.
- Manuel Mauri Brusa University of Lugano, Alexander Dhoest, University of Antwerp: 'Defining the unit of analysis in ethnic minority audience research: Issues of terminology and categorization in different national contexts'
- Noemi Mena Montes, Universidad Rey Juan Carlos: 'The role of media logic and news hypes in the way politicians and public opinion understand and approach immigration'
- Natalia Khvorostianov, Nelly Elias, Galit Nimrod, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev: 'Appreciating the past, coping with the present: digital diaspora in later life'
- José Carlos Sendín Gutiérrez, Noemi Mena Montes, Universidad Rey Juan Carlos - Spain: 'Media, new technology and Diaspora groups: building a sense of community and a public voice'
- Marta Cole, University of Lugano: Patterns of audience and users engagement with media technologies: the case of the Kosovar Diaspora in Switzerland
Panel 5: Strategies of Representation, Politics of Participation
- Neil O' Boyle, Paschal Preston and Franziska Fehr, Dublin City University: 'Immigrants in Irish media: tackling the diversity deficit'
- Helga Ólafs, University of Iceland: 'Icelandic media and multicultural policies'
- Malina Ciocea, National School of Political Studies, Bucharest: 'Constructing deliberative practices in Romanian media: the case of professional migration debates'
- Magdalena Ratajczak, University of Wrocław: 'The EU Presidency and the promotion of intercultural dialogue'
Lunch 13.00 - 14.30
14.30 – 16.00
Panel 6 - Mediating Migration
Keynote 2: Alan Grossman & Aine O Brien (Dublin Institute of Technology): 'Voice, listening and social justice: a multimediated engagement with new immigrant communities and publics in Ireland'
- Glenn Jordan & Satwinder Singh, University of Glamorgan: 'The ethnographic project ‘A Sikh Face in Ireland’
- Aparna Hebbani, University of Queensland: 'Designing community media for the Sudanese former refugee community in Australia'
17.00 Photographic Exhibition and closing reception
For further information:
(1) Registration and accommodation details at: http://maynoothcampus.globalenginemedia.com/conference2?conf=ECREA
(2) Queries concerning registration and accomodation issues: [log in to unmask]
(3) Programme details and local contact: Dr Gavan Titley, [log in to unmask], & Zoe O Reilly, Media Studies, NUI Maynooth.
(4) General university and location information: http://www.nuim.ie/about/
(5) General information on the section/ECREA: Dr Olga Guedes Bailey, [log in to unmask]<mailto:[log in to unmask]> and Prof. Sonja De Leew, [log in to unmask]
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