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[ecrea] Doctoral courses in Denmark, Fall 2010

Mon Aug 23 19:19:57 GMT 2010

Doctoral courses in Denmark, Fall 2010

The Danish National Doctoral School (FMKJ) offers ten international ph.d. courses in the fall of 2010. For further information about the courses, please consult (menu item: KURSER). Some application deadlines are imminent.

Participation in the courses is free of charge for participating ph.d. students who are not members of the Danish Doctoral School. You will have to pay your own travel and accommodation costs, and a fee will be charged to cover meals, coffee during intervals, texts, etc. during the course.

·   Organizational Communication - between functionalism and interpretivism – with Cynthia Stohl. 15-17 September 2010, Aarhus School of Business.

·   Emotions, Media and Crime. Aarhus University, September 29 - October 1, 2010.

·   Media, citizenship, social movements, and processes of democratization, 4-6 October 2010, Aarhus University.

·   Games Research and Ethics: Current Issues, Possible Resolutions / with Charles Ess. 25-26 October, Aarhus University.

·   Performance, Space and Design, Roskilde University and other locations, 1 - 5 November 2010 (mostly in Danish)(will be advertised shortly).

·   New Media, New Theories, New Methods. Cross media analysis, web sphere analysis, network analysis. Ph.d. course organized by NordForsk and FMKJ. 14-17 November, Aarhus University.

·   Challenging genres – genre challenges. Transformations of genre in the contemporary media landscape, November 17-19, 2010, The University of Copenhagen.

·   The sociology of journalism – traditions and new perspectives. Masterclass with Gaye Tuchman. University of Copenhagen 17-18 November 2010. A co-event of FMKJ and the NordForsk Journalism Network

·   Gaming and Gameness. Relating Avatars, Bodies, Perceptions, Actions, Virtualities, and Materialities in Computer Games. 22-24 November, Sandbjerg Gods/Aarhus University.

·   Usable Pasts: Modern Applications of Old Ideas about Communication (Rhetorical traditions past and present), November 25-27, 2010, University of Copenhagen, Denmark

Kim Christian Schrøder

Professor, Department of Communication
Roskilde University, Building 43.3
Universitetsvej 1, DK-4000 Roskilde, Denmark
Direct line: (+45) 46 74 38 08, telefax: (+45) 46 74 30 75
Email: (kimsc /at/ , 

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