18,463 The Emerging Scholars Network is pleased to invite you to the latest in the ESN’s series of professionalization workshops.

The Emerging Scholars Network is pleased to invite you to the latest in the ESN’s series of professionalization workshops. By popular demand, we are hosting a panel discussion on research methods, followed by a Q&A.

The panel will take place online and you can register at this link to receive a link to the workshop: https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/reflections-on-research-methods-for-media-and-communication-scholars-tickets-594909078067

Please see the following announcement for details about the timing, the speakers, and more and feel free to circulate the invitation widely.  

Reflections on Research Methods for Emerging Media and Communication Scholars

April 3, 2023, 12EST/18CET

The Emerging Scholars Network (ESN) at the International Association for Media and Communication Research is pleased to announce a professional development workshop focused on research methods to be hosted online April 3, 2023 at 12EST/18CET. The event will run for 90 minutes and include presentations from our guest speakers sharing reflections on their own experiences of applying methods to their research projects, as well as time for discussion and questions from the audience.

This workshop is the latest in the ESN’s professional development series, which aims to share knowledge with emerging scholars globally and address existing inequities in access to professionalization resources by sharing knowledge from established scholars in accessible formats.

Our speakers are:

Manuel Puppis, University of Fribourg – Switzerland. His research interests include media policy, media regulation and media governance, media systems in a comparative perspective, political communication and organization theory.

Marisa von Bülow, University of Brasília – Brazil. Her research is principally interested in transnationalism, new technologies and their impacts on collective action, social movements and state-society relations.

Fernanda Rosa, Virginia Tech – United States. Her research interests include ethnography, transdisciplinarity, science and technology studies, decolonial and feminist studies.

Speaker Biographies:

Marisa von Bülow, Associate Professor at the Political Science Institute at the University of Brasília (UnB), is the author of four books and winner of the Luciano Tomassini Latin American International Relations Award, given by the Latin American Studies Association in 2012, for the book “Building Transnational Networks: civil society and the politics of trade in the Americas” (Cambridge University Press, 2010). She holds a PhD in Political Science from Johns Hopkins University.

Manuel Puppis is Full Professor of Media Structures and Governance in the Department of Communication and Media Research DCM, University of Fribourg. He currently serves as vice-chair of the Swiss Federal Media Commission (FMEC) and of the Council of Europe Committee of Experts on Increasing Resilience of Media (MSI-RES). Puppis holds a PhD in Communication Science and an M.A. in Communication Science, Political Science and Economic and Social History from the University of Zurich.

Fernanda R. Rosa, Ph.D., is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Science, Technology, and Society at Virginia Tech. She is currently working on her second book project whose narrative builds a bridge between technical debates on internet interconnection infrastructure and social justice to examine internet governance and design from the standpoint of the global South. Using an original method defined as code ethnography, and a transdisciplinary lens founded on science and technologies studies, decolonial and feminist studies, the book sheds light on the information circulation infrastructure of the internet with a design justice and policy approach. She holds a Ph.D. in Communication from American University.

Steph Hill, PhD (she/her)

Co-chair, Emerging Scholars Network at IAMCR

Lecturer in PR/Promotional Media

Department of Media, Communication, and Sociology

University of Leicester

e. sh903@leicester.ac.uk

t. +44 07533 432530

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