The International Communication Association is organising its 67th annual conference entitled “Interventions: Communication Research and Practice” in San Diego, USA. Katharine will chair several panels, participate in board meetings and present her work on “The place of policy principles in legitimacy and contestation in Europe” and “Crisis and intervention in small places: Nonprofessional live theatre as popular communication at the borders of Europe” (together with Olga Kolokytha).
Katharine’s paper (co-authored by Olga Kolokytha, Izabela Korbiel and Krisztina Rozgonyi) “The struggle over Internet governance as a matter of policy diffusion: Reflections on copyright and privacy” has been accepted for presentation at the GIG-ARTS 2017 Conference. The conference entitled Global Internet Governance as a Diplomacy Issue will be held from March 30-31 in the French capital Paris.
The KWT (Kommunikationswissenschaftliche Tage) 2016 “Postmediale Kommunikationskulturen”, organised by the Austrian Society of Communication (ÖGK), will take place from November 24-26 in Salzburg. On Friday, November 25, Katharine will be participating in a workshop entitled “Fragmentierung vs. Integration” (Fragmentation vs. Integration).
All information about the conference, including the full programme and schedule can be seen here (German only).
The Johannes Kepler University Linz (JKU) is organising an international conference entitled “A great transformation? Global perspectives on contemporary capitalisms” from January 10-13, 2017.
Katharine will present her work on “Polanyi for the digital age: Reflections on global regularizing communication hegemonies“.
The Hellenic American University and the Hellenic American College are organising the 1st International Conference on “Europe in Discourse: Identity, Diversity, Borders”, to be held in Athens (Greece) from September 23-25, 2016. For this event Katharine (together with Izabela Korbiel, Asimina Koukou and Lisa Winter) had a paper entitled “The role of communicative discourse in governing public spaces” accepted.
More information on the conference, a detailed programme and schedule can be accessed here.
Katharine is participating in the 2016 IAMCR Conference, which will be based in Leicester (UK) from July 27-31. Together with Izabela Korbiel she will present her paper on “The role of ethics as a factor of media governance”. Furthermore, she is also invited to discuss the issue of “Women’s right to communicate and the United Nations sustainable development goals” in a special session.
The 3rd ISA Forum of Sociology (Title: “The futures we want: Global Sociology and the struggles for a better world”) will be held in Vienna from July 10-14, 2016.
On Monday, July 11, Izabela Korbiel and Katharine will participate in the panel entitled “Contemporary Communication Issues” and present their work on “Governance of content on political suicide in times of financial crisis” at the University of Vienna’s main building.
More details on the panel can be found here.
Katharine will be incoming chair of the Communication Law and Policy Division of the ICA and will resume this position for the next two years. In Japan she will also present her paper (co-authored by Lisa Winter) on “Young social media users’ legal consciousness about privacy”.
LSE Media Policy Project in collaboration with the Centre for European Policy Studies (CEPS) are organising a conference on Audiovisual Media Services within the Digital Single Market, to be held in Brussels (Belgium) on June 15, 2016.
Krisztina Rozgonyi and Katharine have been accepted to present their work on “Supporting European AV works diversity beyond quotas“.
This year’s EuroCPR 2016 conference entitled “Content creation and distribution in the digital single market” will once again be held at the Centre for European Policy Studies (CEPS) in Brussels, Belgium, from March 14-15.
If you are interested in the full conference programme please check here.