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Audiences2030: Imagining a Future for Audiences

  • 28.09.2017
  • (UTC+01:00)
  • 29.09.2017
  • (UTC+01:00)
  • Lisbon, Portugal

Call for papers: https://cedarahrc.com/audiences-2030-lisbon-conference/

In association with the CEDAR network to celebrate the conclusion of the CEDAR project, ECREA ARS section is delighted to present this critical conference in audience studies. This is an open conference, anybody can submit. It celebrates the end of project moment for the AHRC CEDAR network, in association with Universidade Católica Portuguesa, the Audience and Reception Studies section of ECREA and YECREA.

Some highlights of this conference include:

  • Keynote speakers: Sonia Livingstone, Martin Barker, Thomas Tufte, Klaus Bruhn Jensen
  • Highlight Plenary: End of Project launch panel for the CEDAR network's findings
  • Audiences2030 Respondents' Panel:, Peter Lunt, Kim Schroeder, Pille Prullmann-Vengerfeldt
  • Commentary on the Launch Event for the CEDAR Final Report: Denis McQuail and Silvia Harvey (VLV) • YECREA Workshop: Voice and identity in academia
  • Conference Dinner at Lisbon Castle: Our conference dinner will take place at the beautiful São Jorge Castle – a Moorish castle atop a hill, overlooking the historic Lisbon and Tagus River.

Conference Fee Bands:
Option 1: 70 Euros (with lunch and refreshments);
Option 2: 95 Euros (conference dinner, lunch and refreshments);
Option 3: 35 Euros (non-presenting attendee fee).

Submission deadline: 30th March 2017

For full details of the scope of the Call for Papers, including the Submission URL, please visit the conference website here: https://cedarahrc.com/audiences-2030-lisbon-conference/

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