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January 2022, Week 2


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Mon, 10 Jan 2022 13:19:14 +0000
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Dear all,

This is just a reminder that the deadline to submit your proposal to be considered for IAMHIST's 2022 conference on the theme 'Conflict Resolution and the Media' is 25 January.

Organised by Professor Tobias Hochscherf, the conference will be hosted in-person at Kiel University of Applied Sciences (Kiel, Germany) between 12 and 14 July 2022.


The conference theme this year is CONFLICT RESOLUTION AND THE MEDIA. Scholars of media history, more other than not, have looked at the role of media in times of conflict, revolution, war, crisis, social and political upheaval. Yet, media has also played a decisive role in processes of conflict resolution. As such, media in one way or another affected nation building processes, the fight for civil rights, equalities, the reconciliation of former enemies, the democratisation of totalitarian states and peacekeeping missions around the world. Examples include European integration after the Cold War, the end of Apartheid in South Africa, democratisation processes after military dictatorships in South America or the empowerment of minorities.

The conference invites academics and practitioners from all relevant disciplines to take part in a timely conversation about the historical role of media in conflict and conflict resolution, from the film and broadcasting industries and the press, to new media, social media and advertising. In addition to presentations, the conference will include film screenings, events geared towards PhD and early-career scholars, social events, and a roundtable on the subject of the conference.

Proposals are welcome on, but not limited to, the following topics:

  *   Media representations and examples of conflict resolution, consolation and reconciliation processes
  *   Media reception and its positive impact upon social coexistence and the integration of society
  *   The role of alternative or oppositional media and the challenging of power, injustice and inequality
  *   Examples of how media circumvented censorship, regulation and offence
  *   Media education and learning initiatives
  *   The role of public service broadcasting in sustaining citizenship and civil society
  *   Case studies of how media content has stimulated creativity and cultural excellence
  *   The role of soft power: how media helped improving international relations through the means of public diplomacy and intervention

The deadline for proposals is 25 January 2022, you can submit proposals through the following Google Form:

Individual paper proposals should consist of a title, an abstract of 150 to 300 words and a short biography. Panel proposals (of three papers) are welcome; they need to be registered by the individual presenters who must flag up the title of the panel. We also appreciate proposals for archival, artistic or multimedia projects; you are welcome to discuss their suitability with the conference organisers in advance of the deadline.

If you have any queries about submitting your proposal and or the event, please contact [log in to unmask]

Best wishes, and happy 2022,


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