Annonces et conférences

Nous commençons cette rentrée 2015/2016 par une modification en profondeur du site ConfigMed. Il s’agit également pour nous d’accueillir dans le projet deux membres récents qui bénéficient d’un post-doctorat de deux ans : Tijl Vanneste, qui a commencé à travailler au mois d’avril 2015 et Ana Belem Fernandes Castro, qui a commencé en juin 2015. Bienvenue à eux.

Enfin, vous trouverez ci-dessous l’annonce de deux conférences internationales auxquelles Francisco Apellaniz, qui entame sa seconde année de recherche dans le programme ERC, a participé la semaine dernière (cliquer ici pour le programme) et cette semaine.

Bridges and Boundaries:

Theories, Concepts and Sources in Communication History

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An International Conference in Venice, Italy
September 16-18, 2015

Organizer: Communication History Section of the European Communication
Research and Education Association (ECREA)

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Co-Sponsor: Centre for Early Modern Mapping, News and Networks (CEMMN.net)
Queen Mary University of London

Programm

 

Wednesday / September 16, 2015

 

Session 01: 7:15 p.m. – 9:30 p.m. / Winter Garden Restaurant – Hotel Papadopoli

The Opening Reception / Keynote Address

“What I Learned Studying the History of Communication in Venice”

Mario Infelise – Università Ca’ Foscari, Venice, Italy / Speaker

 

Thursday / September 17, 2015

 

Session 02: 8:30 a.m. – 10:00 a.m. / Main Lecture Hall

Communication History: Defining Our Objects of Inquiry / Panel Discussion

Pete Simonson – University of Colorado – Boulder, USA / Chair & Moderator

  • James Hay – University of Illinois – Urbana-Champaign, USA

Towards a Historiography Suitable for a Critical Refrigerator Studies

  • Yi Chen – University of Sussex – Brighton, United Kingdom

A Rhythmanalytical Study of Communication History

  • Deborah Lubken – Independent Scholar – Philadelphia, USA

Older Media: A Brazen Approach

  • Karen Barzman – Binghamton University, USA

Maps in the Early Modern Archive: A Genealogy of Portable, Display-Based Devices in Data Management and Communications

  • Stefano Cristante – Università del Salento, Italy

The Ancestor’s Body and Other Stories: The Social Sciences and the Far Past of Communication

  • Nella Lonza – Croatian Academy of Sciences and Arts – Dubrovnik, Croatia

The Ritual Executions of Penalties and the Criminal’s Body as Alternative Media of Communication in Medieval European Towns

 

Session 03: 10:15 a.m. – 11:45 a.m. / Main Lecture Hall

Theoretical Models and the Current State of Communication History Research / Panel Discussion

John Nerone – University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, USA / Chair & Moderator

  • Laura Skouvig – University of Copenhagen, Denmark

In the Gap: Information and Communication History

  • Anne K. Diekjobst – Universität Konstanz, Germany

The Practice of Communication: Individual Addresses in the Late Middle Ages

contribution co-authored with: Michael Hohlstein – Universität Konstanz, Germany

  • Peter Broks – Hereford College of Art, United Kingdom

Conceptual Space: Rethinking Communication as Embodied Relationships

  • Hans-Ulrich Wagner – Hans Bredow Institute for Media Research, Hamburg, Germany

“Intervention” on Entanglements in Media History

contribution co-authored with: Marie Cronqvist – Lund University, Sweden; Hugh Chignell – Bournemouth University, Poole, United Kingdom; Maike Helmers – Bournemouth University, Poole, United Kingdom

  • Balázs Sipos – Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest, Hungary

How to Use Models to Examine the East-European Non-Democratic Media Systems in the 20th century

  • Carlos Barrera – Universidad de Navarra, Pamplona, Spain

Communication History, the Social Sciences and the Humanities: Insights from a Journal Editor

 

Session 04: 12:00 p.m. – 1:00 p.m. / Main Lecture Hall

Plenary Session / Masterclass

“Bridges, Boundaries, Benchmarks: Putting the History of Communications on the Map”

Richard R. John – Columbia University, New York, USA / Speaker

 

Session 05: 2:45 p.m. – 4:15 p.m. / Parallel Session – Seminar Room I

Neglected Dimension: Space and Place in Historical Communication Research / Panel Discussion

Deryck W. Holdsworth – The Pennsylvania State University, State College, USA / Chair & Moderator

  • Philip Lodge – Edinburgh Napier University, United Kingdom

The Influence of Spatial Aspects on the Development of Communication Study in the United Kingdom

  • Yvonne Robel – University of Bremen, Germany

Spatialization as a Part of Communication History

  • Sabrina Corbellini – University of Groningen, The Netherlands

Cities of Readers: A Spatial Approach to Late Medieval Religious Literacies

contribution co-authored with: Margriet Hoogvliet – University of Groningen, The Netherlands

  • Simon Ganahl – University of Vienna, Austria

Media of Sovereignty, Disciplinarity, and Control

  • Christian Schwarzenegger – Universität Augsburg, Germany

Locating the Whereabouts of History: Theoretical Reflections on the Place of Space in Communication History

contribution co-authored with: Anne Kaun – Södertörn University, Huddinge, Sweden

  • Christian Oggolder – Institute for Comparative Media and Communication Studies – Vienna, Austria

Blurring Boundaries: Historical and Empirical Perspectives on the Relation of Physical and Virtual Space

contribution co-authored with: Caroline Roth-Ebner – Alpen-Adria-Universität Klagenfurt, Austria

 

Session 05: 2:45 p.m. – 4:15 p.m. / Parallel Session – Seminar Room II

Egodocuments and Other Primary Sources in the Age of Digitization / Panel Discussion

Rosa Salzberg – Warwick University, Coventry, United Kingdom / Chair & Moderator

  • Stephan Sander-Faes – University of Zurich, Switzerland

‘We Shall Lie All Alike in Our Graves’: Ego Documents and the Reconstruction of Renaissance Communication

  • Maria Rikitianskaia – Università della Svizzera Italiana, Lugano, Switzerland

Communication History from Bellow: Finding “Ordinariness” in the Political Documents from the First World War

  • Lars Lundgren – Södertörn University, Huddinge, Sweden

Ethnography in the Archive: Travelogues, Truths and Television

  • Davide Boerio – Università degli Studi di Teramo, Italy

Early Modern Avvisi and Big Data

  • Diana Garrisi – University of Westminster, London, United Kingdom

Will the Nineteenth Century Press Save the Future of Journalism?

 

Session 06: 4:30 p.m. – 6:00 p.m. / Main Lecture Hall

Public Sphere I: Old and New Challenges for Public Sphere Research / Panel Discussion

Susanne Kinnebrock – Universität Augsburg, Germany / Chair & Moderator

Elihu Katz – U. of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, USA / The Hebrew U. of Jerusalem, Israel / Guest of Honor

  • Jeff Pooley – Muhlenberg College, Allentown, Pennsylvania, USA

The Collective Behavior Tradition in Chicago Sociology and the History of the Public

contribution co-authored with: Deborah Lubken – Independent Scholar – Philadelphia, USA

  • Francescomaria Evangelisti – Independent Researcher – Rome, Italy

The Propaganda History Bridges

  • Miguel Vazquez Liñan – Universidad de Sevilla, Spain

Historical Memory, Media And Mediation

contribution co-authored with: Custodio Velasco Mesa – Universidad de Sevilla, Spain

  • Merja Ellefson – Umeå University, Sweden

Questions of Place: Comparisons and Mediated History

  • Manuel Menke – Universität Augsburg, Germany

Facts, Moods, and Memories: Respecting Nostalgia in Communication History

contribution co-authored with: Ekaterina Kalinina – Södertörn University, Huddinge, Sweden

  • Daniela Calanca – Università di Bologna, Italy

New Media and Social Imaginaries in Contemporay Italy: Theories and Practices of Postsocial History

 

Friday / September 18, 2015

 

Session 07: 8:30 a.m. – 10:00 a.m. / Main Lecture Hall

Information Networks and the Rise of Modernity: Money, War, and God / Panel Discussion

Joad Raymond – Queen Mary University of London, United Kingdom / Chair & Moderator

  • Francisco Apellaniz – Université Paris 1 (Panthéon Sorbonne), France

Mixed Networks in the Notarial Culture: The merchant communities of Damascus and Alexandria, 1300-1600

  • Eric Dursteler – Brigham Young University, Provo, Utah, USA

Reconstructing Information Networks in the Early Modern Mediterranean

  • Steven G. Marks – Clemson University, South Carolina, USA

The Information Nexus and the History of Capitalism

  • Kathryn Montalbano – Columbia University, New York, USA

Religious Networks as New Media: Communication Studies and the Challenge of the Sacred

  • Paul Nelles – Carleton University, Ottawa, Canada

Place, Mobility, and Materiality in Communicative Practice: The Case of the Society of Jesus (1540-1600)

  • Javier Díaz Noci – Pompeu Fabra University, Barcelona, Spain

Early Modern History and Communication in Spanish Language: Production, Dissemination and Audiences

  • Massimo Petta – Independent Scholar, Italy

From Mountebanks to Professional Reporters: The Printed News Pamphlets Between Sixteenth and Seventeenth Centuries

 

Session 08: 10:15 a.m. – 11:45 a.m. / Parallel Session – Seminar Room I

Communication Technologies I: Challenging the Notion of Print Revolution / Panel Discussion

Massimo Rospocher – Italian-German Historical Institute, Trento, Italy / Chair & Moderator

  • Christian Schwarzenegger – Universität Augsburg, Germany

“Media and change” as an Emerging Area of Communication Studies and Bridge Between History and Communication?

contribution co-authored with: Susanne Kinnebrock – Universität Augsburg, Germany

  • Mark Brewin – The University of Tulsa, Oklahoma, USA

The Rite vs. the Book: Communication History and Grand Narratives

  • Agnes (Iok Fong) Lam – University of Macau, China

The Delayed Impact of the Gutenberg Storm: How did the Technology Discourse Conceptualize the Modern Chinese Press History?

  • Louise Vermeersch – Ghent University, Belgium

Methodological Reflections on a Multimedial Approach to Early Modern Media

  • Jürgen Wilke – Johannes Gutenberg-Universität, Mainz, Germany

Theoretical Models in Historical News Flow Studies

 

Session 08: 10:15 a.m. – 11:45 a.m. / Parallel Session – Seminar Room II

Materiality Still Matters: Political Economies and Media Histories / Panel Discussion

Paschal Preston – Dublin City University, Ireland / Chair & Moderator

  • Nelson Ribeiro – Universidade Catolica Portuguesa, Lisbon, Portugal

‘New’ Media and Freedom of Speech

  • Brice Nixon – University of La Verne, California, USA

Communication as Capital and the Exploitation of Audience Labor: A New Perspective on Communication History

  • Steve Schiffers – City University, London, United Kingdom

The Press as Black Mirror: Constructing Austerity and the Lessons of History

contribution co-authored with: Sophie Knowles – City University, London, United Kingdom

  • Marsha Siefert – Central European University, Budapest, Hungary

Eurasian Empires and Telecommunication

  • Michael Truscello – Mount Royal University, Calgary, Canada

Considering the Internet as an Infrastructure Megaproject

  • Francesca Musiani – Institut des sciences de la communication (CNRS) – Paris, France

How Materiality Matters in Studies of Born-Digital Heritage

contribution co-authored with: Valérie Schafer – Institut des sciences de la communication (CNRS) – Paris, France

 

Session 09: 12:00 p.m. – 1:00 p.m. / Main Lecture Hall

Plenary Session / Public Debate

“Reflecting on European Histories of Communication”

Gabriele Balbi – Università della Svizzera Italiana, Lugano, Switzerland / Moderator

Peppino Ortoleva – Università degli Studi di Torino, Italy / Discussant

Andreas Fickers – Université du Luxembourg, Luxemburg / Discussant

Jérôme Bourdon – Tel Aviv University, Israel / Discussant

 

Session 10: 2:45 p.m. – 4:15 p.m. / Parallel Session – Seminar Room I

Communication Technologies II: The Long History of Visual Media / Panel Discussion

Nelson Ribeiro – Universidade Catolica Portuguesa, Lisbon, Portugal / Chair & Moderator

‘New’ Media and Freedom of Speech

  • Anthony Löwstedt – Webster University, Vienna, Austria

Media History and Anthropology: From Pictographic to Prographic Media

  • Paola Valentini – Università di Firenze, Italy

Seeing Television, Seeing Images

  • Massimo Scaglioni – Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore, Milano, Italy

The Challenge of Television History: A Neglected Discipline, or a Strong Model for Media Studies?

  • Luca Barra – Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore, Milano, Italy

Television History: Trajectories, Sources and Research Paths inside Media Studies

  • Isabelle Veyrat-Masson – Laboratoire Communication et Politique du CNRS, Paris, France

The End of the “Historical” Television?

  • Jaroslav Švelch – Charles University, Prague, Czech Republic

Situating Digital Game Histories: Technology, User Cultures, and the “Local Turn”

 

Session 10: 2:45 p.m. – 4:15 p.m. / Parallel Session – Seminar Room II

Public Sphere II: Inter-Communal and Trans-National Imagined Communities / Panel Discussion

Juraj Kittler – St. Lawrence University, Canton, New York, USA

  • Trish Morgan – Maynooth University, Ireland

Bridges or Boundaries? The Contested Role of Mediated Communication in Modern Europe

contribution co-authored with: Paschal Preston – Dublin City University, Ireland

  • Susanne Kinnebrock – Universität Augsburg, Germany

How to Deal with Networks and Dynamics in the Public Sphere?

contribution co-authored with: Helena Bilandzic – Universität Augsburg, Germany

  • Sergei Kruk – Riga Stradins University, Latvia

Romanticism and Historicism vs. Public sphere

  • Gideon Kouts – Université Paris 8, France
    The “Jewish Network” Experience and its Role in the Formation of Modern Public Spheres
  • Luca Zuccolo – Istituto Italiano di Scienze Umane (SUM), Venice, Italy

Rise of Public Opinion and Public Sphere in the Ottoman Empire within the Newspapers Network

  • José Miguel Sardica – Universidade Católica Portuguesa, Lisbon, Portugal

Rethinking History through Communication: The « Public Sphere » as a Civic « Imagined Community » in 19th century Portugal

 

Session 11: 4:30 p.m. – 6:00 p.m. / Main Lecture Hall

Communication Technologies III: When the Newest Media Come of Age / Panel Discussion

Gabriele Balbi – Università della Svizzera Italiana, Lugano, Switzerland / Chair & Moderator

  • Jérôme Bourdon – Tel Aviv University, Israel

The Web and Print in History: Comparing Two Communication Revolutions

  • Johan Jarlbrink – Umeå University, Sweden

Clipping Agencies in the News Networks 1900

  • Simone Natale – Humboldt University, Berlin, Germany

Biographies of Media: On the role of Narratives and Storytelling in New Media’s Histories

  • Marc Raboy – McGill University, Montreal, Canada

Myth and Invention in the Biography of Guglielmo Marconi

  • Paolo Bory – Università della Svizzera Italiana, Lugano, Switzerland

What does “Doing Internet History” Mean?

contribution co-authored with: Gabriele Balbi – Università della Svizzera Italiana, Lugano, Switzerland

  • Niels Brügger – Aarhus University, Denmark

The Danish Web Domain 1996-2015: Projects, Results, and Historigraphical Concerns

  • Jane Winters – University of London, United Kingdom

Histories of Web Domains: Negotiating UK Web Space, 1996-2013

 

Session 12: 6:00 p.m. – 6:15 p.m. / Main Lecture Hall

Concluding Remarks

Conference Organizers:

Rosa Salzberg – Warwick University, Coventry, United Kingdom

Gabriele Balbi – Università della Svizzera Italiana, Lugano, Switzerland

Juraj Kittler – St. Lawrence University, Canton, New York, USA

 

Session 13: 6:30 p.m. – 7:00 p.m. / T.B.A.

ECREA History Section / Business Meeting

Susanne Kinnebrock – Universität Augsburg, Germany

Chair of the ECREA Communication History Section

 

Saturday / September 19, 2015

 

Session 14: 10:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. / Meeting Point: Scuola San Rocco

Cultural Program / Guided Tour

Rosa Salzberg – Warwick University, Coventry, United Kingdom

Juraj Kittler – St. Lawrence University, Canton, New York, USA


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