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SECOND CALL: 7th European Spring School of History of Science and Popularization -Science on TV]

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Oliver Hochadel <[log in to unmask]>

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7th European Spring School on History of Science and Popularization
Science on Television

Maó (Menorca), 16-18 May 2013


SECOND CALL

Includes full programme and information about registration, discounts, and
grants



Which roles do Television and Science play in our daily lives?

Do they shape our perceptions, values, concerns and expectations?

It is time to take a closer look at them…

… from a historical point of view!



Mass media and science play a key role in the construction of contemporary
societies. Their discourses and practices are best understood as forms of
everyday interaction between people, collectives and institutions. They
are also crucial forms of representation and interpretation of values,
concerns and expectations of human communities.


The 7th European Spring School of History of Science and Popularization:
Science on Television



aims to contribute to the analysis of television as a particular space
where the complex relationship between science and its publics unfolds. It
is an invitation to explore and experience television as a major
constituent of the social and cultural processes of production,
circulation and appropriation of scientific, medical and technological
knowledge.



At the Spring School a host of interrelated questions will be addressed:
In which ways do information, advertising, entertainment and even
criticism or social commentary influence the portrayals of science,
medicine and technology on television? Which are the relations between
these representations and people’s everyday patterns of appropriation of
television? To what extent can communication practices related to
television and science be understood as learning activities and spaces?
What do science depictions in news programs, documentaries and/or fiction
pieces have to do with people’s ways of communicating, consuming, working,
studying, collaborating and solving problems?


The Spring School is open for scholars, researchers, professionals and
students. Its main goal is to encourage debate and interaction among all
the participants. It will be structured in three thematic sessions that
attempt to cover a host of analytical perspectives through the
contribution of scholars as well as television professionals. Each session
will have two parts: 'workshop / lecture' (speakers’ papers will be
pre-circulated) and 'film forum' (including projections), where the views
of scholars and television professionals will be contrasted and discussed.
Furthermore, participants will be asked to respond to the circulated
papers for the three thematic sessions and/or to submit a short video for
the closing session (see details below). In short, theory meets practice.



PROGRAMME


Thursday, 16 May 2013

Morning
11:00                          Reception.


Afternoon
15:45 – 16:00             Welcoming remarks



Session 1: From news to fiction: television formats featuring science,
medicine and technology

16:00 - 17:30              Josep M. Comelles (Universitat Rovira i
Virgili, Tarragona, Spain)

Ethnography and media representations of medical professionals in TV shows

17:30 - 18:00              Coffee Break

18:00 - 20:00              Film forum: David Dugan (Windfallfilms, UK)

The secrets of science story-telling in TV documentaries


Friday 17 May 2013

Morning
Session 2: Science documentaries: history and evolution of a genre

09:30 - 11:00              Tim Boon (Science Museum, London, UK)

The stabilisation and meanings of science on British Television, 1960-1979

11:00 - 11:30              Coffee Break

11:30 - 13:30              Film forum: Joan Úbeda (Mediapro, Spain)

                            Creative strategies for scientific documentaries



Afternoon
Session 3: Science as home entertainment: commercial approaches and their
impact on contemporary society

16:00 - 17:30              Suzanne de Cheveigné (Université de la
Mediterranée, Marseille, France)

Views of science on TV: A study of professional and lay audiences

17:30 - 18:00              Coffee Break

18:00 - 20:00              Film forum: Ana Montserrat (Televisión
Española, Spain)

Science television is just television



Saturday 18 May 2013

Morning
Closing Session

10:00 - 11:30              Presentation and discussion of videos submitted
by participants. General discussion

11:30 - 12:00              Concluding Remarks, by the scientific committee

12:00 - 13:30              Break

13:30                          School closure



All sessions will be conducted in English.

When and where: 16-18 May 2013 at the Institute for Minorcan Studies
(Institut Menorquí d’Estudis/IME); Camí des Castell, 28; Mahon (Minorca)



HOW TO PARTICIPATE

Participants are encouraged to sign up:

-          to answer (first in writing; then by participating in the
corresponding session) at least one of the questions put forward by the
workshop speakers in their pre-circulated papers (applicants may sign up
by sending an email to [log in to unmask] before May 3, 2013); or

-          to submit a video (see below).



VIDEO SUBMISSIONS

Theory meets practice, practice meets theory.



The 2013 Spring School features a small video festival. Participants may
submit short videos (max.: 5 minutes; ‘jpg’ or ‘avi’ formats) about
science and/or history of science (the subject within these fields of
interest is open). The purpose is to explore and experience firsthand the
possibilities and difficulties to portray science, medicine and/or
technology through the audiovisual medium. Submitted pieces will be shown
and discussed with speakers and participants in the Closing Session of the
School. For details regarding submissions (url, username, keyword), please
contact directly Carlos Tabernero, from the organizing committee
([log in to unmask]).



GRANTS

A limited number of grants will be provided in order to cover school fees,
accommodation and/or travel expenses.



Applicants may apply by sending a CV and a letter, together with the
completed registration form, to [log in to unmask] before February 28, 2013.



The letter should include a statement of interest and a financial
statement. It should also state if you are member of the SCHCT, the ESHS
or any other history of science, medicine, technology society, and if you
are a student or lecturer at any of the universities of the Joan Lluís
Vives network. And, importantly, the letter must include a commitment to
participate in the School.



This commitment implies that grant applicants MUST sign up either to
answer at least one of the questions put forward by the workshop speakers
in their pre-circulated papers or to submit a video. The commitment to
participate is compulsory to be eligible for a grant, but does not
guarantee it as number of grants will be limited.



Credit card information (number and expiration date) will be requested to
awarded participants in order to guaranteeing their attendance.



DEADLINES

February 28, 2013:     Deadline for grants application

March 15, 2013:         Announcement of grants

March 29, 2013:         Deadline for registration with discount

April 26, 2013:           Deadline for registration

May 3, 2013:              Deadline for submitting a short video (optional)
and to register

to answer the questions put forward by the workshop speakers in

their pre-circulated papers



REGISTRATION

Registration pack 1: 300 € (includes conference fees and 2 nights lodging
in individual room)

Registration pack 2: 200 € (includes conference fees and 2 nights lodging
in shared room)

Registration pack 3: 100 € (includes conference fees)



DISCOUNT

Early registrants (up to March 29, 2013) will receive a 50 € discount.





PAYMENT PROCEDURE

Wire transfer (with the indication of your SURNAME, please) to:

2100 0963 67 0200031280 (IBAN: ES30 2100 0963 6702 0003 1280)

Caixa d’Estalvis i Pensions de Barcelona, BIC: CAIXES-BBXXX

Branch: Carrer del Carme 44, 08001 Barcelona, Spain

Holder: IEC Societat Catalana d’Història de la Ciència i de la Tècnica

Registration forms can be downloaded from:
http://schct.iec.cat/school13/7th_ESS_Registration_Form_2013.doc



FURTHER INFORMATION:

http://schct.iec.cat/school13/spring13_index.htm

[log in to unmask]



Organizing committee:

Carlos Tabernero, Centre for the History of Science (CEHIC):
[log in to unmask]

Oliver Hochadel, Institució Milà i Fontanals (CSIC):
[log in to unmask]

Clara Florensa, Centre for the History of Science (CEHIC):
[log in to unmask]

Josep M. Vidal, Institut Menorquí d’Estudis (IME): [log in to unmask]







Institut Menorquí d’Estudis. Camí des Castell, 28. 07702 Maó (Menorca, Spain)

[log in to unmask]

+34 971351500

www.ime.cat



Societat Catalana d’Història de la Ciència i de la Tècnica

Institut d’Estudis Catalans

Carrer del Carme, 47. 08001 Barcelona (Spain)

[log in to unmask]

+34 933248581

schct.iec.cat

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