The Communication, Media and Journalism (CMJ) group regularly host seminars in which our own researchers and those from other institutions share their work.
If you'd like to suggest a speaker for a future CMJ seminar, please email the seminar series coordinator Dr Dmitry Chernobrov at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Our research seminars are being presented in a mix of hybrid, online and in-person formats. Please ensure you check the below programme before attending.
If you are not a current staff / student member at the Department of Journalism Studies and are interesting in attending any of these talks, please email the seminar series coordinator Dr Dmitry Chernobrov email@example.com. You can also book onto the talks via eventbrite.
Tuesday 4 October, 4.15pm (hybrid event - online and in-person, LT09 in The Diamond)
Panel: 'Researching and Countering M/Disinformation'
Moderator - Dr Dmitry Chernobov
all University of Sheffield
Wednesday 19 October, 2pm (online)
Interview: 'Information at War: Journalism, Disinformation, and Modern Warfare'.
Prof. Philip Seib
Professor Emeritus of Journalism and Public Diplomacy
University of Southern California
Wednesday 26 October, 9am (online)
'Different Journalisms: Contexts and Cultures'
Prof Saba Bebawi
Head of Discipline for Journalism and Writing
University of Technology Sydney
Wednesday 2 November, 2pm (in-person, Room G14, 9 Mappin Street)
'Understanding Contemporary News Audiences through Studying News Avoiders'
Dr. Benjamin Toff
Senior Research Fellow
Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism, University of Oxford
University of Minnesota
Wednesday 23 November, 2pm (in-person, Room G14, 9 Mappin Street)
Book Launch and discussion: 'Disinformation in the Global South'
Dr Dani Madrid-Morales
Lecturer in Journalism
University of Sheffield, and
University of Westminster
Wednesday 30 November, 2pm (in-person, Room G14, 9 Mappin Street)
'Breaching BBC Impartiality Rules: Journalistic Codes, Institutional Networks, and Social Media'
Dr María Luengo Cruz
Universidad Carlos III de Madrid
University of Sheffield
Wednesday 7 December, 2pm (in-person, Room G14, 9 Mappin Street)
'Local 'fixers' in conflict reporting: Emotional labour and the ethics of transnational collaboration'
Dr Johana Kotisova
Marie Skłodowska-Curie Fellow
University of Amsterdam
Wednesday 14 December, 2pm (online)
Book Launch: 'Data for Journalism'
Dr Jingrong Tong
University of Sheffield
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