(Posted on behalf of Dr. Annemone Ligensa)
The Brandenburg Center for Media Studies (Brandenburgisches Zentrum für Medienwissenschaften, ZeM), in Potsdam, Germany, is inviting submissions for three doctoral scholarships and one post-doctoral scholarship, beginning October 1, 2015. The proposed projects must be clearly related to one or more of the following research fields: a) media aesthetics and artistic practice; b) media history and cultural memory; c) digitality and materiality of media; d) media narration and media use.
The deadline for applications is August 24, 2015.
Click here for full text and application details.
Further information: www.zem-brandenburg.de or
The HoMER Network and the Early Cinema in Scotland project are proud to present ‘What is Cinema History?’, an international conference taking place in Glasgow, 22-24 June 2015.
The full programme is now available here.
For the convenience of delegates, the map below indicates the conference venues and some nearby amenities. We hope your travel plans go smoothly and look forward to seeing you in Glasgow.
The Early Cinema in Scotland research project and the HoMER Network conference committee are pleased to present the draft programme for the forthcoming conference, ‘What is Cinema History?’, June 22-24, 2015.
What is Cinema History Programme Draft
Registration for the conference is open until 15 May.
Online registration form
Further details about social events, workshops, and organisational discussions will be posted soon.
Registration is now open for the next HoMER conference, hosted by the Early Cinema in Scotland research project, which will take place at Glasgow, 22-24 June 2015.
Please click on the banner to go to the online form. The draft programme will be posted here soon.