[last updated: July 8, 2013]
I am pleased to be able to announce some speaking dates regarding the ongoing Media Life project, to promote the book (out since October 2012), and to explore new directions of applying the media life perspective to empirical projects, for example regarding media work, (beyond) journalism, and so on...
updating the list as new dates get added... Please feel free to stop by, catch me on the road, or connect if you would like me to stop by where you are! It is always a privilege to be able to talk about the stuff one works on with students, faculty, professionals and practitioners alike.
February 7-8: paper presentation at the NEFCA Etmaal van de Communicatiewetenschap conference in Rotterdam, The Netherlands
February 27: panel presentation at the 24th annual Joseph T. Taylor Symposium in Indianapolis, Indiana (USA), from 10-11:15am.
March 5: lecture at the honours class Shaping Society In A Virtual World at Leiden University, The Netherlands, from 7:15-9:30pm.
March 8-11: I'll be guest at the Department of Media, Journalism and Communication of the University of Gothenburg, Sweden; speaking at the MEG13 conference (panel at 14:30, March 8); seminar on March 10th (10am-noon), and an open lecture "Liquid journalism, media work and media life" (from 1-3pm).
March 11-12: guest at Media and Communication Studies of the School of Culture and Education of Sodertorn University in Stockholm, Sweden; research seminar on March 12th from 1-4pm.
March 13-14: guest at the Department of Media and Communication of the University of Oslo, Norway. Open talk/lecture from 2:14-4pm on March 13th, seminar on (managing) media work on March 14th (from 1:15-4pm.
March 15-16: Panel presenter at the ECREA workshop on Mediatization and New Media at the University of Copenhagen, Denmark; talk on "The Mediatization of Everyday Life" scheduled from 1:15-4:15pm on March 15th.
March 21: keynote at the Dutch journalism union (NVJ) roundtable conference at the Koninklijke Schouwburg in The Hague, The Netherlands.
April 3-7: guest at Microsoft New England Research and Development Center in Cambridge (Boston, USA).
April 19-20: panel chair and discussant at the 14th International Symposium on Online Journalism at the University of Texas at Austin.
May 23-24: presentation at the "Media Monitoring in a Digital Age" symposium of the Huston School of Film and Media, National University of Ireland in Galway, Ireland.
May 30: keynote at the 'liquid journalism' masterclass Mediafonds@Sandberg, location: TBC, The Netherlands.
June 4: presentation at the 'Grote Freelancersdag: Fun & Profit' of the Dutch journalism union (NVJ), location: TBC, The Netherlands.
June 16: panel presentation at the 10th anniversary conference of the Department of Media and Communications at the London School of Economics, UK.
June 17: participant at the 'Beyond The Brand' ICA pre-conference of the Popular Communication Division at the London School of Economics, UK.
June 19: panel presentation on "Post-Institutional Strategies in Media Work" at the International Communication Association annual conference in London, UK, scheduled from 2-315pm.
June 28: presentation at the 'day of journalism studies' of the University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands.
July 3-5: public lecture at the 3rd World Journalism Education Congress in Mechelen, Belgium.
September 30-October 3: participant at the "Culture Industries Work" workshop at the Department of Communication of the University of Haifa, Israel.
October 23-26: Two panel presentations at the 14th AoIR conference in Denver, Colorado.
October 28-November 1: conducting a media life graduate workshop/seminar at the University of Helsinki, Finland (part of the international Master's Degree Programme on Media and Global Communication).
November 4-5: Keynote at the workshop 'Transformations of Journalism' of the Global Media/ Global Transformations research group at Örebro University, Sweden.
November 21: lecture at the Instituut voor Interdisciplinaire Studies of the University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands.
November 24: presentation at the "Professionalization- de-professionalization of the journalist" conference of the Danish School of Media and Journalism in Aarhus, Denmark.
(more dates to be announced)