“Media Impact”, new series of popular, online talks, starting May 27
Media Impact is a series of talks that give you the chance to take part in current research on how media choice affects communication, knowledge and meaning in art, popular culture, and media.
Learn more about the importance of being surprised, how knowledge is conveyed through computer games, what we do when we sing, how novels, films or poetry communicate the climate crisis, how music affects journalism, and what violence and classical music have in common.
All talks will be ca. 15 minutes long and streamed live online, with the chance to ask questions. The talks are free to attend, but you will need to register on the event page of the talk you want to join. The talks will also be video recorded and available to watch afterwards.
The talks are intended for everyone with an interest in media, culture and communication.
Read more on the event’s webpage: Media Impact