The IAMCR Committee for the Improvement of Academic Life (CIAL) is undertaking an exploratory project on precarious academic life. Precarity is a major challenge to the conditions, sustainability, quality, and future prospects for academic life, including in our field of media and communications.
IAMCR & the Urban Communication Foundation are pleased to announce that the 2018 Urban Communication Research Grant will be awarded to Matthew Bui (University of Southern California) for his project (Re)Claiming the Smart City: Los Angeles, Racial Capitalism, and Sociotechnical Representations of Space. Bob Hanke & Rebecca Finkel...
We will be sending a series of "Oregon Updates" to IAMCR members and IAMCR 2018 participants. This fourth update was sent on 2 May, 2018.
Two early-stage media scholars, co-authors Toussaint Nothias and David Cheruiyot, will be awarded IAMCR's 2018 Stuart Hall Prize at the association's annual conference in Eugene, Oregon in June.
Seventeen travel grants to defray the cost of attending IAMCR 2018 will help early-stage scholars who are members of IAMCR from low and middle income countries. The winners include 12 women and 5 men from 13 different countries. Two of the grants were funded by generous donations from IAMCR members who asked that their names not be published.
Some of IAMCR's Sections and Working Groups will be holding elections during IAMCR 2018 in Eugene, Oregon. This article lists the ones that will hold elections and includes links to their election announcements and, when available, to candidates' names and statements.
The IAMCR Committee for the Improvement of Academic Life (CIAL) is undertaking an exploratory project on precarious academic life. Precarity is a major challenge to the conditions, sustainability, quality, and future prospects for academic life, including in our field of media and communications.
IAMCR & the Urban Communication Foundation are pleased to announce that the 2018 Urban Communication Research Grant will be awarded to Matthew Bui (University of Southern California) for his project (Re)Claiming the Smart City: Los Angeles, Racial Capitalism, and Sociotechnical Representations of Space. Bob Hanke & Rebecca Finkel...
We will be sending a series of "Oregon Updates" to IAMCR members and IAMCR 2018 participants. This fourth update was sent on 2 May, 2018.
Two early-stage media scholars, co-authors Toussaint Nothias and David Cheruiyot, will be awarded IAMCR's 2018 Stuart Hall Prize at the association's annual conference in Eugene, Oregon in June.
Seventeen travel grants to defray the cost of attending IAMCR 2018 will help early-stage scholars who are members of IAMCR from low and middle income countries. The winners include 12 women and 5 men from 13 different countries. Two of the grants were funded by generous donations from IAMCR members who asked that their names not be published.
Some of IAMCR's Sections and Working Groups will be holding elections during IAMCR 2018 in Eugene, Oregon. This article lists the ones that will hold elections and includes links to their election announcements and, when available, to candidates' names and statements.

IAMCR books

The Palgrave/IAMCR Book Series is developing into a rich collection of thought provoking volumes: as of June 2019 it comprises eight published volumes; one book is in production and nine new volumes have been contracted with Palgrave, to be published between late 2019 and mid 2020.

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.

Members' books

Edited by Indrek Ibrus, this book combines economic studies of innovation systems with studies of mediatisation, media convergence, trans- and cross-media and with other approaches within media and culture studies.

Edited by Leen Van Brussel, Nico Carpentier and Benjamin de Cleen, this volume gathers the work of the Brussels Discourse Theory Group, a group of critical media and communication scholars that deploy discourse theory as a theoretical backbone and an analytical research perspective.

Edited by Hugo Aznar, Marta Pérez Gabaldón, Elvira Alonso y Aurora Edo

- These two volumes open a debate on public participation and the access and accessibility of media, in the different forms and dimensions they can adopt. (en español)

Edited by Josef Trappel, this book revisits old and new media and communication inequalities in times of digital transition.