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The EMHIS research report is finally online

Marie Cronqvist (Lund) & Christoph Hilgert (Munich) has written a report on the discussions in the EMHIS research network since 2013, when we first launched the concept. The report is now published online in the journal Media History (Taylor & Francis). The main article could be found here: http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/13688804.2016.1270745 Two other well established scholars in the field, Professor Michele Hilmes … Continue reading

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Special issue of Media history on transnational broadcasting

Revisiting transnational broadcasting: The BBC’s foreign-language services during the Second World War. Special Issue of Media History 21,4 (2015), guest edited by Nelson Ribeiro and EMHIS member Stephanie Seul. This Special Issue re-considers the history of the BBC foreign-language services prior to, and during, the Second World War. The communication between the British government and foreign publics by way of … Continue reading

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Articles by Jarlbrink and Wagner in the journal Media History

We are happy to announce that two of the latest articles in the academic journal Media History are written by EMHIS scholars Hans-Ulrich Wagner and Johan Jarlbrink. Wagner writes about the transfer of the BBC public service model to Northern Germany in the early postwar era, while Jarlbrink explores the small journalistic tools, norms and roles in terms of mobile … Continue reading

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New Articles Published

Two PhD-members of the EMHIS-network, Gloria Khamkar and Kathryn McDonald, both affiliated with Bournemouth University, have recently published articles on their research in the media historical journal “Rundfunk und Geschichte” (issue 2014/1-2). With these articles, the EMHIS-researchers aim to present their PhD work to the broader scientific community. While Kathryn is writing a cultural history of the radio interview, Gloria … Continue reading

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Advertising “Entangled Media Histories”

During the past few days, two articles have been launched to promote and to advertise our EMHIS-project. Firstly, Hans-Ulrich Wagner, a German member of the EMHIS-steering committee, was interviewed by Margarete Keilacker, chief editor of the German journal Rundfunk und Geschichte. Especially addressing media and contemporary historians, this reputable scientific journal offers space for new media historical projects. In the … Continue reading

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