IAMCR invites applications from graduate students and early-career scholars for a prize in memory of Herbert I. Schiller, to be awarded at the annual conference (July 7-11 2019) in Madrid, Spain. The deadline for submissions is April 7.
The 2019 Urban Communication Research Grant is worth $1,750 and supports communication and media research that advances understanding of the growing complexity of the urban environment. The grant is open to all IAMCR members in good standing.
Emy Osorio, a recent graduate in Social Communication from Universidad de Cartagena in Colombia, received a travel grant to attend IAMCR 2018. She tells us about the experience and how it is helping her academic career.
Three projects submitted to the IAMCR Sections and Working Group Fund in the September 2018 round have been accepted for funding.
Twenty travel grants of up to US$1,500 each will be made available to early-stage scholars, who are members of IAMCR in good standing, reside in low and middle income countries and have papers accepted for presentation at our upcoming conference in Madrid.
IAMCR will make several awards and grants available to members in 2018: The Prize in Memory of Herbert I. Schiller, the UCF/IAMCR Urban Communication Research Grant, the New Directions for Climate Communication Research Fellowship and the IAMCR Travel Grants for early-stage scholars. The deadline to apply for all awards is 7 April 2019.
IAMCR invites applications from graduate students and early-career scholars for a prize in memory of Herbert I. Schiller, to be awarded at the annual conference (July 7-11 2019) in Madrid, Spain. The deadline for submissions is April 7.
The 2019 Urban Communication Research Grant is worth $1,750 and supports communication and media research that advances understanding of the growing complexity of the urban environment. The grant is open to all IAMCR members in good standing.
Emy Osorio, a recent graduate in Social Communication from Universidad de Cartagena in Colombia, received a travel grant to attend IAMCR 2018. She tells us about the experience and how it is helping her academic career.
Three projects submitted to the IAMCR Sections and Working Group Fund in the September 2018 round have been accepted for funding.
Twenty travel grants of up to US$1,500 each will be made available to early-stage scholars, who are members of IAMCR in good standing, reside in low and middle income countries and have papers accepted for presentation at our upcoming conference in Madrid.
IAMCR will make several awards and grants available to members in 2018: The Prize in Memory of Herbert I. Schiller, the UCF/IAMCR Urban Communication Research Grant, the New Directions for Climate Communication Research Fellowship and the IAMCR Travel Grants for early-stage scholars. The deadline to apply for all awards is 7 April 2019.

IAMCR books

Edited by Sandra Ristovska and Monroe Price, this is the 8th book in the Palgrave/ IAMCR Series Global Transformations in Media and Communication Research. It includes scholarship on visual media and human rights alongside reflections by human rights practitioners.

Edited by Francisco Sierra and Tommaso Gravante, this is the 7th book in the Palgrave/ IAMCR Series Global Transformations in Media and Communication Research. It explores the impact of digital culture on politics, participation and social movements with original research about contemporary experiences in Latin America.

Members' books

Edited by Kirsten Drotner, Vince Dziekan, Ross Parry, Kim Christian Schrøder this book explores what it means to take mediated communication as a key concept for museum studies and as a sensitising lens for media-related museum practice on the ground.

Edited by Joan Pedro-Carañana, Daniel Broudy, and Jeffery Klaehn, this volume locates recent studies on media systems within the wider body of work already built on the propaganda model so as to contextualise, refine, clarify and improve the model’s utility and validity.

An examination of deformative transparency and its different manifestations in political communication, propaganda and public health. "This book illustrates commonly used discourses of extremists, radicals, and organizations advocating for difficult causes."

In this book, Jane Duncan assesses the relevance of Snowden’s revelations for South Africa. In doing so she questions the extent to which South Africa is becoming a surveillance society governed by a surveillance state.