Category Archives: Seminars

New alliances in broadcasting history

A workshop at the German Broadcasting Archive on flight and expulsion proves the necessity of an eye-to-eye cooperation between archivists and media historians. Sooner or later every historical research comes down to a simple but crucial question: the archives. In the case of media history, this can lead to major diplomatic endeavours, as a media historian’s work very often relies … Continue reading

Archives/Hamburg/Seminars Comments Off on New alliances in broadcasting history

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

EMHIS Research exchanges/Lund/Seminars/Workshops Comments Off on EMHIS: The Anglo-Swedish congregation in Lund

Lecture with Andreas Fickers in Lund

Andreas Fickers — Professor of Contemporary and Digital History at Luxembourg University — who was a guest at EMHIS Forum 3 in Bournemouth in May is visiting The Film and Media history seminar next week. From the abstract: History as a field of enquiry is standing on the edge of a conceptual precipice. According to the British historian Toni Weller, … Continue reading

Lund/Seminars Comments Off on Lecture with Andreas Fickers in Lund

Cold War Media Histories – transnational perspectives

Last Wednesday, on September 24, a seminar entitled ”Cold War Media Histories” was held in Lund within the framework of the Film- and Media History seminar series. Two presentations were held, after which a joint discussion took place. Marie Cronqvist first presented the outline and the points of departure in her new project “Entangled television histories. Sweden and the GDR”. … Continue reading

Lund/Seminars Comments Off on Cold War Media Histories – transnational perspectives