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Online-Discussion: "Digital media in crisis situations: rethinking their role and function"

The online event will take place on 01 March 2021 at 4:30 (CET) as part of the close collaboration with Cardiff University, Academia Euopaea and SAPEA. ZeMKI member Prof. Dr. Andreas Hepp will be part of the panel.

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New publication: "Media and Communication"

The book article by ZeMKI member Prof. Dr. Andreas Hepp appeared in the special issue of "Soziologische Revue 2020" on "Sociology - Sociology in the German-Speaking World".

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New at ZeMKI: Samira Ghozzi

Welcome! Samira Ghozzi joins the ZeMKI lab "Media and Religion" of Prof. Dr. Kerstin Radde-Antweiler

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New Publication by ZeMKI Member Karsten Wolf

Prof. Dr. Karsten Wolf is co-editor of "Jahrbuch Medienpädagogik 16: Medienpädagogik in Zeiten einer tiefgreifenden Mediatisierung".

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ZeMKI Online Research Seminar by Juliane Jarke and Irina Zakharova

On 3 February from 04:15pm to 5:45pm (CET) their lecture on "Data journeys: Considering a conceptual and methodological tool for studying organisational data practices" will take place as a zoom conference.

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ZeMKI Online Research Seminar Lecture by Andreas Hepp, Allesandro Belli and Florian Hohmann

On 3 February from 04:15pm to 5:45pm (CET) their lecture on "Einführung in die Verwendung von MeSort und MeTag in der qualitativen digitalen Forschung" will take place as a zoom conference.

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ZeMKI Online Research Seminar Lecture by Jens Pohlmann

On 20 January from 04:15pm to 5:45pm (CET) her lecture on "Der Diskurs zum Netzwerkdurchsetzungsgesetz auf deutschen IT-Blogs und in den Printmedien" will take place as a zoom conference.

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ZeMKI Online Research Seminar Lecture by Rasmus Greiner

On 13 January from 04:15pm to 5:45pm (CET) his lecture on "Die Einstellung ist die Einstellung: Audiovisuelle Erinnerungskultur und innovative audiovisuelle Publikationen" will take place as a zoom conference.

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New Issue of the International Online Journal gamevironments

The new issue of the international online journal gamevironments deals with the topic "Democracy Dies Playfully. (Anti)-Democratic Ideas in and Around Video Games" and was edited by Eugen Pfister, Tobias Winnerling and Felix Zimmermann.

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New ZeMKI Working Paper by Guislain Thibault

The working paper is called "Celestial Posters: Skywriting and the Folk Theory of Media Influence"

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New team of speakers at the ZeMKI

At its general meeting, the ZeMKI elected a new duo of spokespersons: Prof. Dr. Andreas Hepp and Prof. Dr. Kerstin Radde-Antweiler will lead the Central Research Unit of the University of Bremen as spokesperson and deputy spokesperson for the next two years.

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New at ZeMKI: Cornelia Driesen

Welcome! Dr. Cornelia Driesen joins the ZeMKI Lab "Mediatization and Globalization" of Prof. Dr. Andreas Hepp.

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Lectures of the Lab "Religion & Media" at this year's AAR conference

Prof. Dr. Radde-Antweiler and Dr. Dr. Lisa Kienzl each gave a lecture at this year's American Academy of Religion - Conference

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Prof. Dr. Kerstin Radde-Antweiler gives lecture at the University of Lucerne

The lecture "Gamevironments as Communicative Figurations" was offered to students of the University of Lucerne.

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New at ZeMKI: Verena Honkomp-Wilkens

Welcome! Verena Honkomp-Wilkens joins the ZeMKI lab "Media Education and Educational Media" of Prof. Dr. Karsten Wolf

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New Publication by ZeMKI Member Kerstin Radde-Antweiler

Prof. Dr. Kerstin Radde-Antweiler published "The Routledge Handbook of Religion and Journalism" together with Xenia Zeiler

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New Paper by ZeMKI Member Andreas Hepp

Prof. Dr. Andreas Hepp published an open access paper on "The fragility of curating a pioneer community: Deep mediatization and the spread of the Quantified Self and Maker movements"

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New article by ZeMKI member Andreas Hepp

The article on "Artificial companions, social bots and work bots: communicative robots as research objects of media and communication studies" has been published in the journal Media, Culture & Society

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ZeMKI member Sigrid Kannengießer publishes article "Mediatization and the Absence of the Environment"

The article by Sigrid Kannengießer and Patrick McCurdy (University of Ottawa) is published in "Communication Theory"

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Out now: ZeMKI Research Report 2019

On 184 pages the ZeMKI research report summarizes the activities of the ZeMKI members in research and teaching in 2019.

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Interdisciplinary research on deep mediatization of culture and society

The research activities at the ZeMKI are organized under the direction of a professor in the form of working groups: the ZeMKI Labs. The task of the labs is the realization of basic and applied research in the overall research field  of the ZeMKI.

At the moment, the ZeMKI maintains eight labs:

The research profile of the ZeMKI fits clearly into the mission statement of the University of Bremen: It is internationally oriented in its object of research and its positioning, as well as in questions of cultural diversity.  Reseach at the ZeMKI is interdisciplinary: In addition to communication and media studies, history, film studies, religious studies, sociology, political science, pedagogy, and computer science are also involved as disciplines. ZeMKI carries out joint research projects in the fields of media, cultural and social change, information management, educational change and digital media as well as critical media and communication theory development. These research projects are funded by the German Research Foundation, the Federal Ministry of Education and Research, the European Union and various foundations, both individually and collectively. 

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The annual ZeMKI Research Report presents the research activities at the ZeMKI in German and English. In addition, the members of the ZeMKI regularly publish research publications in their own and third-party journals, in the form of monographs and edited volumes as well as special issues of renowned specialist periodicals. ZeMKI itself publishes various book series and scientific journals as well as a working paper series on the transformation of social communication ("Communicative Figurations").

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During the lecture period, guest lectures by (international) guest scientists are held regularly at the ZeMKI as part of the research seminar started in 2005. Once a year, the ZeMKI invites to an international conference on changing topics of the interrelated change of media, culture and society. In addition, ZeMKI members are regularly involved in the organization of national and international scientific conferences. In addition, the transfer of knowledge also includes various other event formats, in particular the ZeMKI Media Talks in cooperation with Radio Bremen (Bremen Zwei) and the annual International Bremen Film Conference in cooperation with CITY46/Kommunalkino Bremen. With the participation of all ZeMKI-Labs, these events are aimed at Bremen's citizens and make research activities accessible to a broad public. The regular participation in the Open Campus of the University of Bremen also serves this purpose.

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If you are interested in studying Media, Communication and Society, the University of Bremen offers the BA Communication and Media Science as a basic course of study at Bachelor level. This can be continued at master level with a MA in Media Culture and Globalization or with a MA in Digital Media and Society. The University of Bremen offers the MA in Art and Film Studies for in-depth studies in Aesthetics and History. If you are interested in studying computer science and design, the University of Bremen offers a BSc Digital Media course at BA level in cooperation with the Hochschule für Künste (HfK) Bremen. The studies can then be continued and deepened with the English MSc Digital Media. These courses are offered by the Faculty 3 Computer Science/Mathematics together with the HfK Bremen. 

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CORONA - INFO

Due to the Corona pandemic the ZeMKI at Linzer Str. 4/6 will stay closed for visitors and students until further notice. 

Contact

Speaker

Prof. Dr. Andreas Hepp
Linzer Str. 4, 40.200
Tel. +49-(0)-421-218-67620
Fax +49-(0)-421-218-98 67601
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Deputy Speaker

Prof. Dr. Andreas Breiter
ECO5 3.91 
Tel. +49-(0)-421-218-56571
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Sekretariat

Heide Pawlik
Linzer Str. 4, 40.290
Tel. +49-(0)421-218-67601
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The secretary office is open on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday from 10:00 - 12:00, on Thursday from 14:00 - 16:00.


Research Coordination

Dr. Leif Kramp
Linzer Str. 4, 40.270
Tel. +49-(0)421-218-67652
Fax +49-(0)-421-218-98 67652
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Mailing Address

University of Bremen
ZeMKI, Centre for Media, Communication and Information Research
Linzer Str. 4
28359 Bremen
Germany

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