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Event: EURCECOM, Panteion, EKKE, TUC etc.: “Filmic and Media Narratives of the Crisis : Contemporary Representations” – Call for Papers until 30/4/2019
When: Sun, Nov 10 – Mon, Nov 11
Description: • Announcement: ‘Filmic and Media Narratives of the Crisis – COMECSO’ (https://www.comecso.com/convocatorias/filmic-and-media-narratives)
• Call for Papers: ‘CFP-ATHENS-ENGLISH.pdf’ (https://www.comecso.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/02/CFP-ATHENS-ENGLISH.pdf)

Following the 2015 Thessaloniki Works on the Narratives of Crisis (concerning the media narratives in general on the economic crisis and its enormous consequences especially for the European South) we organize a conference which will deepen the reflection on two special axes 1) filmic narratives & 2) mass and social media narratives.
In this frame, the EURCECOM (Centre of Studies on the European Communication), the Master Communication, Media and Cultural Management of Panteion University the IRMÉCCEN (Institut de Recherche Médias, Cultures, Communication et Numérique) of University Paris III, Sorbonne Nouvelle, the PHILéPOL (Centre de Philosophie, d’épistémologie et de Politique) of the University Paris Descartes, Sorbonne Paris Cité, the University of Haute Alsace (Mulhouse), the Cyprus University of Technology, the ISA-RC14 (Sociology of Communication, Knowledge and Culture), the AISLF-RC38 (Political Sociology), the University Mohamed V of Rabat, the French Institute of Greece and EKKE (National Centre for Social Research), organize,
on November 7th and 8th 2019, an international conference on the theme :
Filmic and Media Narratives of the Crisis : Contemporary Representations
at the French Institute of Greece, in Athens.
Location: French Institute of Greece, Athens, Greece

EURCECOM, Panteion, EKKE, TUC etc.: “Filmic and Media Narratives of the Crisis : Contemporary Representations” – Call for Papers until 30/4/2019
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Event: EURCECOM, Panteion, EKKE, TUC etc.: “Filmic and Media Narratives of the Crisis : Contemporary Representations” – Call for Papers until 30/4/2019
When: Sun, Nov 10 – Mon, Nov 11
Description: • Announcement: ‘Filmic and Media Narratives of the Crisis – COMECSO’ (https://www.comecso.com/convocatorias/filmic-and-media-narratives)
• Call for Papers: ‘CFP-ATHENS-ENGLISH.pdf’ (https://www.comecso.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/02/CFP-ATHENS-ENGLISH.pdf)

Following the 2015 Thessaloniki Works on the Narratives of Crisis (concerning the media narratives in general on the economic crisis and its enormous consequences especially for the European South) we organize a conference which will deepen the reflection on two special axes 1) filmic narratives & 2) mass and social media narratives.
In this frame, the EURCECOM (Centre of Studies on the European Communication), the Master Communication, Media and Cultural Management of Panteion University the IRMÉCCEN (Institut de Recherche Médias, Cultures, Communication et Numérique) of University Paris III, Sorbonne Nouvelle, the PHILéPOL (Centre de Philosophie, d’épistémologie et de Politique) of the University Paris Descartes, Sorbonne Paris Cité, the University of Haute Alsace (Mulhouse), the Cyprus University of Technology, the ISA-RC14 (Sociology of Communication, Knowledge and Culture), the AISLF-RC38 (Political Sociology), the University Mohamed V of Rabat, the French Institute of Greece and EKKE (National Centre for Social Research), organize,
on November 7th and 8th 2019, an international conference on the theme :
Filmic and Media Narratives of the Crisis : Contemporary Representations
at the French Institute of Greece, in Athens.
Location: French Institute of Greece, Athens, Greece

EURCECOM, Panteion, EKKE, TUC etc.: “Filmic and Media Narratives of the Crisis : Contemporary Representations” – Call for Papers until 30/4/2019
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