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Research Seminar by Mirca Madianu, Senior Lecturer in Media and Communications, Goldsmiths, London University.

13th May 2015, 4.15pm5.30pm

The 2013 World Disasters Report uses the term ‘humanitarian technology’ to refer to the empowering nature of communication technologies for disaster-affected communities ‘to coordinate and respond to their own problems’ which can potentially correct some of the power asymmetries of humanitarianism.

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End of Year Show

20th May 2015, 5.00pm9.00pm

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Research Seminar by Tamara Witschge, Rosalind Franklin Fellow in Journalism, University of Groningen

10th June 2015, 4.15pm5.30pm

With the rise of digital technologies, the ways in which journalism is produced, consumed, funded and monetised are rapidly expanding. Moreover, where journalistic content is produced, as well as by whom, is increasingly dispersed. These trends have resulted in the academic, societal and professional understanding of journalism changing in radical ways.
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Research Seminar - Chris Anderson, Assistant Professor of Media Culture, College of Staten Island (CUNY)

18th June 2015, 4.15pm5.30pm

Today data journalism is a hot topic and the use of journalistically inclined data visualization appears to be on the rise. According recent overviews of the field (Howard 2014), academic historiography (Parasie & Dagiral, 2013), and self-talk by the founders of new data journalism projects (Silver 2014), this new form of quantitative reporting rescues journalism from its empirical backwater and brings reporting closer to an ideal if popularized form of social science.

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