Exploring New Media Worlds:
Changing Technologies, Industries, Cultures, and Audiences
in Global and Historical Context
An international conference hosted by
Texas A&M University, February 29 to March 2, 2008
Integrating fields of study in a time of change; setting a new agenda for media studies.
Papers and proposals are invited on any aspect of the conference themes, offering reports of new research, position-taking conceptual essays, discussions of media and telecommunication policy, and both international and historical comparisons on changing technologies, industries, cultures, and audiences.
The program will include keynote speakers, roundtable discussions, thematic panels, prominent scholars as respondents, and time for interaction. A wide selection of papers from the conference will be published. Travel grants are available for student members of the National Communication Association (see our webpage for more information).
Send papers or proposals (abstracts or annotated outlines) with a 50 word professional biography by email attachment to email@example.com. Panel proposals are also acceptable. Deadline: November 20, 2007.
For more information see https://libarts.tamu.edu/exchweb/bin/redir.asp?URL=http://comm.tamu.edu/mediaworlds
email firstname.lastname@example.org or Rothenbuhler@tamu.edu.
Larry Grossberg; Steve Jones; Vinny Mosco; and Ellen Seiter.
Carole Blair, Sandra Braman, Celeste Condit, Bruce Gronbeck, Andrea Press, Ronald Rice, Paddy Scannell, Joseph Turow, Angharad Valdivia.
And the Texas A&M faculty:
Patrick Burkart, Heidi Campbell, Antonio La Pastina, Srivi Ramasubramanian, Eric Rothenbuhler, Michael Stephenson, Randy Sumpter, and Ian Weber plus strong faculty groups in Rhetoric and Public Affairs, Health Communication, and Organizational Communication.
The Exploring New Media Worlds conference is hosted and co-sponsored by the Department of Communication, the College of Liberal Arts, the Glasscock Center for Humanities Research, and the Program in Presidential Rhetoric, Texas A&M University, with support from the National Communication Association.