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EMHIS member Gloria Khamkar’s successful PhD viva

EMHIS member Gloria Khamkar has successfully defended her doctoral thesis on the ‘Evolution of Asian Radio in England: 1960 – 2004’. Gloria has completed her doctoral research under the supervision of Professor Hugh Chignell and Dr Kristin Skoog at the Faculty of Media and Communication at Bournemouth University, UK. Gloria’s PhD examines the post-war Asian migration from the Indian sub-continent … Continue reading

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Transnational Media Histories: Collaboration between Hamburg and Macquarie

We are excited to be part of a strategic partnership between the University of Hamburg and Macquarie University, generously funded through DAAD, the German Academic Exchange Service. From 2015-18 there are 12 projects involving our two universities. Our project is entitled ‘Transnational Media Histories’. It involves a close research and teaching collaboration between Hamburg and Macquarie. It enables exchanges of … Continue reading

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EMHIS IV

The schedule for EMHIS Forum IV in Bournemouth later this month is now online. The theme for this forum is Convergence and Divergence of Media Forms. As a specially invited guest on this event is Professor Tom O’Malley, Aberystwyth University, who will be giving a talk on publishing strategies. See you in Bournemouth!

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Award to EMHIS scholar Christoph Hilgert

On Friday the 16th of January, Christoph Hilgert received an award, the “Nachwuchsförderpreis Kommunikationsgeschichte 2015”, from the Deutschen Gesellschaft für Publizistik- und Kommunikationswissenschaft (DGPuK) for his dissertation  “Die unerhörte Generation. Jugend im westdeutschen und britischen Hörfunk der 1950er und frühen 1960er Jahre”. The proud EMHIS crowd congratulates!

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