Media@Sydney Seminar Series 2020, Semester 1

** Due to COVID-19 precautionary measures, we will not be hosting Media@Sydney Seminars until August. We thank you for your support and understanding and we hope to recommence later in the year. **

We are very pleased to announce our Semester 1 schedule for the 2020 Media@Sydney series. Events are usually held on Thursdays or Fridays in the John Woolley Building (A20) at the University of Sydney and are usually followed by light refreshments.

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Friday March 13: Sharing News Online: Affective Capitalism and the Motivation to Share – Fiona Martin, Tim Dwyer and Virginia Nightingale, University of Sydney

3.00pm – 4.30pm, MECO Seminar Room, S226, John Woolley Building A20, University of Sydney

Seminar followed by book launch

Wednesday April 22: Digital Dances: Analysing Rhythmic Experience in Interaction Design – Brigid Costello (UNSW) 

3.00pm – 4.30pm, MECO Seminar Room, S226, John Woolley Building A20, University of Sydney

Thursday April 30: Marie Palmer (UTS) 

3.00pm – 4.30pm, Woolley Common Room, N480, John Woolley Building A20, University of Sydney

Tuesday May 19: Internet Freedom and Human Rights. European Policy Perspectives – Josef Trappel, University of Salzburg

3.00pm – 4.30pm, MECO Seminar Room, S226, John Woolley Building A20, University of Sydney

Wednesday May 20: On the Grand Narrative of Media and Mass Communication Research – Mark Deuze (University of Amsterdam)

3.00pm – 4.30pm, MECO Seminar Room, S226, John Woolley Building A20, University of Sydney

Wednesday May 27: ICA Pre-conference event: Digital Inequalities and Emerging Technologies

Co-hosted by ICA Divisions: Activism, Communication and Social Justice Interest Group; Communication and Technology Division

9.00am – 4.30pm, MECO Seminar Room, S226, John Woolley Building A20, University of Sydney

Thursday May 28: Andrea Guzman, Northern Illinois University 

3.00pm – 4.30pm, MECO Seminar Room, S226, John Woolley Building A20, University of Sydney

Friday May 29: Infrastructure, Technologies and Values in the “Digital Silk Road” – Elisa Oreglia, Kings College London 

3.00pm – 4.30pm, MECO Seminar Room, S226, John Woolley Building A20, University of Sydney