The “Media, Cities and Space” Section intends to constitute an interdisciplinary arena for European research and education between a diverse range of media and urban spaces, as well as other spatial settings, in contexts ranging from analogue to increasingly pervasive computational mediations of space and social life.
The section aims to establish a strong international network, and welcomes scholarly work of theoretical, methodological and empirical nature, with a strong emphasis on crossing disciplinary boundaries. Studies within Media, Cities and Space focus on the multiple ways media and communications interconnect with and contribute to lived experience and social (inter)action in cities and other spatial contexts.
Lou Therese Brandner (University of Tübingen, Germany)
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