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About Stuart Allan's personal blog

Stuart Allan is Professor and Head of the School of Journalism, Media and Culture at Cardiff University, UK.

Special issue: Citizen Journalism in China

Global Media and China Volume 4, Number 1, March 2019 Special Issue: Citizen Journalism in China Guest Editors: Xin Zeng, Stuart Allan, Savyasaachi Jain and An Nguyen Introduction: New perspectives on citizen journalism — Xin Zeng, Savyasaachi Jain, An Nguyen … Continue reading

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New edited collection – Journalism, Gender and Power

Delighted to announce the publication of a new book featuring chapters written by a remarkably impressive range of leading scholars: Carter, C., Steiner, L. and Allan, S. (2019) (eds) Journalism, Gender and Power. London and New York: Routledge. Journalism, Gender … Continue reading

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CFP – Future of Journalism conference, September 2019

Reminder — Call for Papers closes at the end of January. Future of Journalism, Cardiff University, UK, September 2019 Conference theme: “Innovations, Transitions and Transformations” The School of Journalism, Media and Culture (JOMEC) at Cardiff University will host the seventh … Continue reading

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JERAA conference

Very much looking forward to speaking at the Journalism Education and Research Association of Australia (JERAA) annual conference being held in Tasmania, Australia, 3-5 December, 2018. Details for the conference are available here. It’s being hosted by the Media School … Continue reading

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International Communication Association conference, Prague

Joined by several of my Cardiff colleagues, we’re looking forward to meeting up with friends – old and new – in Prague for what promises to be a lively set of discussions. Please say “hello,” if you happen to be … Continue reading

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The Mediated Visibility of Conflicts

I am very pleased to be participating in this conference organised by Anne Gjelsvik and Mette Mortensen: PhD School at the Faculty of Humanities at University of Copenhagen Mediated visibility has become central to the way political and social conflicts … Continue reading

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Major conference to discuss Journalism in a “Post-Truth” Age

From Cardiff University News: The Sir Martin Evans building will host this year’s conference. This month’s Future of Journalism conference, hosted by the School of Journalism, Media and Cultural Studies (JOMEC), will focus on the topic ‘Journalism in a Post-Truth … Continue reading

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Call for papers: ‘Minority languages, risks, disasters and regional crises’

Call for papers: V International Conference Translating Voices Translating Regions ‘Minority languages, risks, disasters and regional crises’ Dates: 13-15 December 2017 Venue: Europe House, London Times: 9:30-16:30 Website: http://www.ucl.ac.uk/centras/translation-news-and-events/v-translating-voices The Centre for Translation Studies announces the V International Conference Translating … Continue reading

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Call for Papers – “The Future of Journalism: Journalism in a Post-Truth Age?”

Call for Papers – “The Future of Journalism: Journalism in a Post-Truth Age?” Thursday 14th and Friday 15th September 2017 Cardiff University, UK We are delighted to announce the sixth biennial conference – The Future of Journalism – to be … Continue reading

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‘Everyday imagery: Users’ reflections on smartphone cameras and communication’

Chris Peters and I are pleased to see our article, ‘Everyday imagery: Users’ reflections on smartphone cameras and communication,’ appear in Convergence: The International Journal of Research into New Media Technologies. Here’s the abstract and link to the pre-publication version: User-based research … Continue reading

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