Jan 19
Events | 19.01.2018

Aesthetic Research: Project-Based Doctorial Thesis in Media Studies

International Workshop at Brandenburg Center for Media Studies

In the course of the Bologna Process programs for doctoral studies have been internationally fostered as general and artistic academic qualification. Aim of the workshop is to gather different perspectives on the possibilities and challenges of aesthetic research in media studies. How can doctoral research projects reflect the relationship between aesthetics, mediality, and theory? In which ways can research objects and processes in media studies be documented, published, and archived?

Researchers and artists working in and coordinating doctoral programs have been invited to give insight in their work and institutional structures.

Mika Elo (Helsinki)
Shintaro Miyazaki (Basel)
Fee Altman (Potsdam)
Stefan Winter(Potsdam)   
Nicolas Malévé (Brussels/London)
Sandra Schäfer (Hamburg/London)   
Saskia Oidtmann (Berlin)
Hendrik Quast (Berlin)
Florian Goldman (Potsdam)

Guests are welcome.
Please register with ehrmanntraut@fh-potsdam.de until January 15. 

The workshop is a project of European Media Studies at the University of Applied Sciences Potsdam and University of Potsdam in cooperation with Brandenburg Center for Media Studies (ZeM) in Potsdam.

Wann: 19.01.2018 , 10:00 - 17:00 Uhr
Wo: ZeM – Brandenburgisches Zentrum für Medienwissenschaften, Hermann-Elflein-Straße 18, 14467 Potsdam

Jan 19
Events | 19.01.2018

Aesthetic Research: Project-Based Doctorial Thesis in Media Studies

International Workshop at Brandenburg Center for Media Studies

In the course of the Bologna Process programs for doctoral studies have been internationally fostered as general and artistic academic qualification. Aim of the workshop is to gather different perspectives on the possibilities and challenges of aesthetic research in media studies. How can doctoral research projects reflect the relationship between aesthetics, mediality, and theory? In which ways can research objects and processes in media studies be documented, published, and archived?

Researchers and artists working in and coordinating doctoral programs have been invited to give insight in their work and institutional structures.

Mika Elo (Helsinki)
Shintaro Miyazaki (Basel)
Fee Altman (Potsdam)
Stefan Winter(Potsdam)   
Nicolas Malévé (Brussels/London)
Sandra Schäfer (Hamburg/London)   
Saskia Oidtmann (Berlin)
Hendrik Quast (Berlin)
Florian Goldman (Potsdam)

Guests are welcome.
Please register with ehrmanntraut@fh-potsdam.de until January 15. 

The workshop is a project of European Media Studies at the University of Applied Sciences Potsdam and University of Potsdam in cooperation with Brandenburg Center for Media Studies (ZeM) in Potsdam.

Wann: 19.01.2018 , 10:00 - 17:00 Uhr
Wo: ZeM – Brandenburgisches Zentrum für Medienwissenschaften, Hermann-Elflein-Straße 18, 14467 Potsdam