Category Archives: EMHIS Research exchanges

Writing, thinking, making plans, and meeting friends in Lund

From 15th to 26th August 2016 I have had the pleasure to visit my dear Swedish EMHIS colleagues in their cosy realm in Lunds universitet’s Språk- och litteraturcentrum (SOL). Benefiting from the warm and generous hospitality of Lund University’s Media History unit I thoroughly enjoyed my stay as guest researcher within the EMHIS exchange scheme. It was a very productive … Continue reading

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Report from Portugal

Following on the format of EMHIS V in Häckeberga, Sweden, EMHIS VI brought network members together to review works in progress, which in turn stimulated further discussions on entanglement, plans for publication of this research, and the future of EMHIS. In addition, two guest speakers, Dr Nelson Ribiero and Professor Bridget Griffen-Foley, joined the discussions, and were subsequently invited to … Continue reading

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Moose meatloaf anyone?

10th – 13th November, Häckeberga Slott (Lund), Sweden We were fortunate to find ourselves in the picturesque settings provided by the Häckeberga Slott, where the fifth forum of the Entangled Media Histories’ research and teaching network was being staged in November. Marie and Patrik as the primary organisers of the EMHIS V forum aimed to create a highly inclusive environment … Continue reading

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Forum 5 at Häckeberga castle

Next week the fifth EMHIS forum will take place at Häckeberga castle, just outside Lund. The focus this time is to give feedback on texts from the various  research projects that is in the making. Click here for a detailed programme.

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EMHIS: The Anglo-Swedish congregation in Lund

A delegation of Media History researchers from Bournemouth University recently visited the University of Lund in Sweden from Monday 2nd to 6th March. The aim of this visit was to engage in the study sessions related to individual research projects, as well as participating in a one-day workshop on ‘Media History – Interpreting Sources’. It was a really invigorating experience … Continue reading

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Bournemouth on My mind: Recap vs. Prep Work

It’s funny – in one way my Bournemouth experiences still linger on, in another way I left England a long time ago and the whole EMHIS-team at Hamburg is already knee-deep preparing the next forum coming up at the Hans-Bredow-Institute in November. Four months have already gone by since the last EMHIS Forum at the Centre for Media History at … Continue reading

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Reflections on EMHIS forum II and four weeks in Bournemouth

The English weather is probably the single thing, which has been hardest to understand for me during my stay here in Bournemouth. I don’t think that I have seen so many rainbows in my whole life as I have here in beautiful Dorset. (It was lovely sunshine when I went to the university this morning – now it’s pouring down!) … Continue reading

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Only 13 days to go before EMHIS forum 2!

Only 13 days to go before EMHIS forum 2! And for PhD students it’s even sooner starting on Monday 5th May.  For one PhD, Erik Edoff, the fun has already begin, he has just arrived in Bournemouth where he was met at the station by Kathryn (it’s raining!). We are all looking forward to greeting our Swedish and German guests … Continue reading

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Entangled media histories of the GDR

Greetings from Alina Laura Tiews from Hamburg and Marie Cronqvist from Lund, who met up last week at the Deutsche Rundfunkarchiv (DRA) in Potsdam-Babelsberg. Alina is finishing up her doctoral thesis on the portrayal of the Germans’ flight and expulsion in East and West German movies, and at the DRA, she has been working with scripts and reviews of the … Continue reading

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Notes on a four day visit to Lund University

Escaping stormy Britain I headed over “The Bridge” to snowy Sweden (Feb 2nd-6th 2014) as part of the EMHIS project. Warmly welcomed at Lund University by Patrik, Charlie, Emilia and Erik, I spent my time presenting papers, having productive meetings about my PhD and conducting research in the library. Accompanied by my doctoral supervisors and colleagues from the Centre for … Continue reading

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