18,067 Group of disability and media/communication scholars keen to mount panels at IAMCR 2021.

We are a group of disability and media/communication scholars keen to mount panels at IAMCR 2021.

As well as being guided by the conference theme, we have two particular focus areas in mind:

  1. Audio description (a potential panel for submission to the Media, Audio, Radio, and Sound Working Group (MARS) – – https://iamcr.org/nairobi2021/cfp-mar.
  2. Disability, technology, and communication policy as a potential panel for submission to the Communication Policy and Technology (CPT) Section – https://iamcr.org/nairobi2021/cfp-cpt

If you have a paper that might fit, please send us an abstract (300-500 words) and short bio by Tuesday 1 Feb.

Send your submissions to all three lead organizers: Brett Oppegaard (brett.oppegaard@hawaii.edu), Katie Ellis (katie.ellis@curtin.edu.au), and Gerard Goggin (gerard.goggin@ntu.edu.sg)

We will give you feedback promptly, so there will still be time, if necessary, to submit your proposal to another Section and Working Group by the conference deadline of 9 Feb.

We are also conscious of the exciting scholarship on disability and media, communication, technology underway across the field on all manner of topics.

We are thinking of establishing a network of IAMCR scholars working on disability-related research, policy, and practice, so we would be delighted if you contacted us in any case. This would help us to able to collate and publicize, ahead of the conference, disability relevant presentations and interventions.

With thanks in advance and best wishes,

Brett Oppegaard, Katie Ellis, Lorenzo Dalvit, Beth Haller, and Gerard Goggin

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Dr Gerard Goggin| FAHA 

Wee Kim Wee Professor of Communication Studies

Wee Kim Wee School of Communication and Information

Nanyang Technological University, Singapore

e: gerard.goggin@ntu.edu.sg

publications via ORCiD

We are a group of disability and media/communication scholars keen to mount panels at IAMCR 2021.

As well as being guided by the conference theme, we have two particular focus areas in mind:

  1. Audio description (a potential panel for submission to the Media, Audio, Radio, and Sound Working Group (MARS) – – https://iamcr.org/nairobi2021/cfp-mar.
  2. Disability, technology, and communication policy as a potential panel for submission to the Communication Policy and Technology (CPT) Section – https://iamcr.org/nairobi2021/cfp-cpt

If you have a paper that might fit, please send us an abstract (300-500 words) and short bio by Tuesday 1 Feb.

Send your submissions to all three lead organizers: Brett Oppegaard (brett.oppegaard@hawaii.edu), Katie Ellis (katie.ellis@curtin.edu.au), and Gerard Goggin (gerard.goggin@ntu.edu.sg)

We will give you feedback promptly, so there will still be time, if necessary, to submit your proposal to another Section and Working Group by the conference deadline of 9 Feb.

We are also conscious of the exciting scholarship on disability and media, communication, technology underway across the field on all manner of topics.

We are thinking of establishing a network of IAMCR scholars working on disability-related research, policy, and practice, so we would be delighted if you contacted us in any case. This would help us to able to collate and publicize, ahead of the conference, disability relevant presentations and interventions.

With thanks in advance and best wishes,

Brett Oppegaard, Katie Ellis, Lorenzo Dalvit, Beth Haller, and Gerard Goggin

\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\

Dr Gerard Goggin| FAHA 

Wee Kim Wee Professor of Communication Studies

Wee Kim Wee School of Communication and Information

Nanyang Technological University, Singapore

e: gerard.goggin@ntu.edu.sg

publications via ORCiD

We are a group of disability and media/communication scholars keen to mount panels at IAMCR 2021.

As well as being guided by the conference theme, we have two particular focus areas in mind:

  1. Audio description (a potential panel for submission to the Media, Audio, Radio, and Sound Working Group (MARS) – – https://iamcr.org/nairobi2021/cfp-mar.
  2. Disability, technology, and communication policy as a potential panel for submission to the Communication Policy and Technology (CPT) Section – https://iamcr.org/nairobi2021/cfp-cpt

If you have a paper that might fit, please send us an abstract (300-500 words) and short bio by Tuesday 1 Feb.

Send your submissions to all three lead organizers: Brett Oppegaard (brett.oppegaard@hawaii.edu), Katie Ellis (katie.ellis@curtin.edu.au), and Gerard Goggin (gerard.goggin@ntu.edu.sg)

We will give you feedback promptly, so there will still be time, if necessary, to submit your proposal to another Section and Working Group by the conference deadline of 9 Feb.

We are also conscious of the exciting scholarship on disability and media, communication, technology underway across the field on all manner of topics.

We are thinking of establishing a network of IAMCR scholars working on disability-related research, policy, and practice, so we would be delighted if you contacted us in any case. This would help us to able to collate and publicize, ahead of the conference, disability relevant presentations and interventions.

With thanks in advance and best wishes,

Brett Oppegaard, Katie Ellis, Lorenzo Dalvit, Beth Haller, and Gerard Goggin

\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\

Dr Gerard Goggin| FAHA 

Wee Kim Wee Professor of Communication Studies

Wee Kim Wee School of Communication and Information

Nanyang Technological University, Singapore

e: gerard.goggin@ntu.edu.sg

publications via ORCiD

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