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Keynote speakers

 

Lilie Chouliaraki.jpgLilie Chouliaraki

Professor of Media and Communication, London School of Economics and Political Science

Lilie Chouliaraki has written extensively about media ethics, particularly the problem of mediated suffering, digital journalism, human rights and humanitarian communication as well as discourse theory and analysis. She is the author of fifty peer-reviewed articles or book chapters, two of which are award-winning, and the author or editor of seven books.

 

 

Publications

Chouliaraki, L. (2016). Authoring the self: Media, voice and testimony in soldiers’ memoirs. Media, War & Conflict, 9(1), 58-75.
Chouliaraki, L. (2015). Digital witnessing in conflict zones: the politics of remediation. Information, Communication & Society, 18(11), 1362-1377.
Chouliaraki, L. (2015). Digital witnessing in war journalism: The case of post-Arab Spring conflicts. Popular Communication, 13(2), 105-119.Chouliaraki, L. (2013). The humanity of war: iconic photojournalism of the battlefield, 1914–2012. Visual Communication, 12(3), 315-340.Chouliaraki, L. (2013). Re-mediation, inter-mediation, trans-mediation: The cosmopolitan trajectories of convergent journalism. Journalism Studies, 14(2), 267-283.
Chouliaraki, L. (2013). The ironic spectator: Solidarity in the age of post-humanitarianism. John Wiley & Sons.
Chouliaraki, L. (2006). The spectatorship of suffering. Pine Forge Press.
Chouliaraki, L., & Fairclough, N. (1999). Discourse in late modernity: Rethinking critical discourse analysis. Edinburgh University Press.

 

Jackie_Stacey.jpgJackie Stacey

Professor of Cultural Studies, The University of Manchester, Centre for Interdisciplinary Research in Arts and Languages

Jackie Stacey is Professor of Media and Cultural Studies. She holds a BA in European Studies from University of Sussex (1982), an MA in Women's Studies from the University of Kent (1985), and a doctorate from the University of Birmingham (1992). She worked at the Department of Sociology and the Institute for Women's Studies at Lancaster University until 2007. Her academic background is an interdisciplinary one, combining European Studies, Womens Studies and Cultural Studies.

 

Publications

Stacey, J. (2015). Crossing over with Tilda Swinton—the Mistress of “Flat Affect”. International Journal of Politics, Culture, and Society, 28(3), 243-271.
Wolff, J., & Stacey, J. (Eds.). (2013). Writing Otherwise: Experiments in Cultural Criticism. Manchester.
Stacey, J. (2010). The Cinematic Life of the Gene. Duke University Press.
Ahmed, S., & Stacey, J. (Eds.). (2001). Thinking through the Skin. Routledge.
Franklin, S., Lury, C., & Stacey, J. (2000). Global Nature, Global Culture. Sage.
Kuhn, A., & Stacey, J. (1998). Screen Histories: a Screen reader. Oxford University Press, USA.
Stacey, J. (1997). Teratologies: A cultural study of cancer. Routledge.
Pearce, L., & Stacey, J. (Eds.). (1995). Romance Revisited. NYU Press.
Stacey, J. (1994). Star Gazing: Hollywood cinema and female spectatorship. Routledge.

 

Panelists

Heikki Hiilamo.jpgChair: Heikki Hiilamo, PhD, is professor of Social Policy at Helsinki University and Kjell Nordstokke professor at VID Specialized University in Oslo. He is specialized in poverty and inequality research. He worked as an investigative journalist for 10 years before embarking on academic career.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Maria_Edström.jpgMaria Edström received her Ph.D. in Journalism and Mass Communication at the University of Gothenburg, Sweden, in 2006. She has a background as a journalist, primarily in radio and print.

Gender, representation and human rights has been in focus for Edström during many years. Together with some colleagues she started a media watch group “Everything is Possible” in 1992. The network is still active and takes part in collecting data for the Global Media Monitoring Project (whomakesthenews.org). Edström is also involved in ethical issues and the question of freedom of expression. During nine years she was a board member of the Swedish Broadcasting Commission, a national authority that oversees radio and television broadcasts (2007-2015). She is currently involved in two research projects; Ageing and health and Comparing gender and media equality across the globe.



Stig_Hjarvard.jpgStig Hjarvard, Ph.D. Professor in media studies at Department of Media, Cognition and Communication, University of Copenhagen. His research interests include news media, journalism, political communication, media & globalization, media history, media & religion, and mediatization theory.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Risto Kunelius kunelius 140116 JR.jpgRisto Kunelius (risto.kunelius [at] staff.uta.fi) is professor of journalism studies at the Faculty of Communication, University of Tampere, Finland. His research interests include theoretical questions of media and power, mediatization and social theory, the changing role of journalism and developing of public sphere(s). He studies these issues as they intersect with contemporary, complex social and political problems. Most recently he has published on global climate change coverage (Media and Global Climate Knowledge: Journalism and the IPCC, 2017, Palgrave) and on surveillance and journalism (Journalism and the NSA Revelations: Privacy, Security, and the Press, Reuters Institute/I.B.Tauris, 2017). His work has been published for instance in Communication Theory, International Journal of Press/Politics, The Javnost/Public, Journalism: Theory, practice and criticism, and Journalism Studies.

  

Kristin Skare Orgeret.jpgKristin Skare Orgeret is professor at the department of journalism and media studies at Oslo and Akershus University College (HIOA).

She has broad international research and lecturing experience and currently heads the Norhed-project on Post Conflict Journalism (2013-2018) from Norway. Her research interests cover journalism in conflict and transition situations, freedom of speech and gender in media.

 

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