Avajaisseminaari: Tampere Research Centre for Russian and Chinese Media

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Alkaa kello
10.30
Päättyy
Päättyy kello
16.00
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Tampere Research Centre for Russian and Chinese Media

Tampereen yliopisto on perustanut kiinalaisen ja venäläisen median tutkimuksen osaamiskeskuksen Tampere Research Centre for Russian and Chinese Median (TaRC). Avajaisseminaari järjestetään Tampereella 2.–3.11. 2017. Seminaari on ilmainen ja avoin kaikille. Seminaarin kieli on englanti

Programme

THURSDAY 2 November 2017

10.30 - 11.00 Pinni B 3107
Opening of the seminar
Welcome statements

11.00 - 13.00, Pinni B 3017

Arja Rosenholm & Iiris Ruoho: Introducing TaRC

 

Current research at the University of Tampere

Ari Heinonen: TaRC from the perspective of journalism training

Iiris Ruoho: Two perspectives to the Chinese media elite

Arja Rosenholm & Irina Savkina: Media and popular culture: Understanding Russia through everyday life

Arja Rosenholm: The Arctic in Russian literature, film and media

Mihail Mihailov: MCAD: Multilingual corpus for Arctic discourse

Aleksandr Zelenin: Mass media and language politics in Modern Russia

Riku Roihankorpi: Nature-based, health-enhancing, and playful VR: intercultural and interdisciplinary student projects between China and Finland

Dmitry Yagodin: Environmental journalism and climate change communication in Russia

Svetlana Pasti: Comparative communication and digital media in Russia and China in the context of BRICS & Western attitudes to Russia, China and BRICS

Jyrki Nummenmaa: Grammatical universal dependencies for multilingual Chi­nese and Russian text analysis

 

13.00 - 14.00 Lunch, Minerva, Pinni B (at one's own cost)

 

14.00 - 16.00, Pinni B 4113

Julie Yu-We Chen, University of Helsinki: Theorizing interactions between the regime and netizens in China

Ji Li, Wuhan University: Environmental journalism in China

 

16.00 - 16.30 Coffee, Pinni B 3107

 

16.30 - 18.30 Pinni B 3107

Vlad Strukov, University of Leeds: Post-media, or how Russian digital networks have re-defined the modern world

Saara Ratilainen, University of Helsinki: Gender and cultural studies ap­proach to Russian media

 

Free for all dinner at Zhou’s Place (address: Pinninkatu 32)

 

FRIDAY 3 November 2017

 

9.30 - 10.30, Pinni B 4113
Anneli Ahonen, analyst: Improving EU capacity to address disinformation activities by external actors

 

10.30 - 12.00, Pinni B 4113
Matti Posio, Lännen Media & Sami Sillanpää, Helsingin Sanomat: Too big to cover? Russia and China in Finnish media reality


12.00 - 13.00 Lunch (at one's own cost)

 

13.00 - 14.30 Oasis, Pinni B

Vera Zvereva, University of Jyväskylä: State propaganda in Russian digital media
Ivan Pechishchev, Perm State University: Stories building cities: urban journalism in the media landscape of Russia

 

14.30 - 16.00 Oasis, Pinni B
Coffee and closing discussion


Please register by 30 October 2017 via an online form.

 


Welcome!

 

Lisätietoja

Koordinaattori Aaro Immonen
aaro.immonen@uta.fi, 040 578 3994