Conference and Events

Next ANZCASalon: ‘Researching the Digital Child’ (23 May)

We are delighted to invite you to ANZCA’s next ANZCASalon event: ‘Researching the Digital Child’ (with Dr Kylie J. Stevenson) When: Monday 23 May 2022, 2pm AWST  Where: Online, via MS Teams  Dr Kylie J. Stevenson is Research Fellow for the ECU node of the national ARC Centre of Excellence for the Digital Child. She is chief investigator … Continued

ANZCA 2022 Conference: Call for Papers

‘Communicating through Chaos: Connection, Disruption, Community’ University of Wollongong, Australia (November 22 – November 25, 2022) Convened by School of The Arts, English and Media, Faculty of the Arts, Social Sciences and Humanities, and Centre for Digital Transformation, Faculty of Engineering and Information Sciences   ANZCA 2022 will showcase new directions for research focusing on fundamental changes occurring across … Continued

ANZCA 2022 Conference

ANZCA 2022 Conference: Dates and Conference Theme Announced!   ‘Communicating through Chaos: Connection, Disruption, Community’ University of Wollongong, Australia (November 29 – December 2, 2022) Convened by School of The Arts, English and Media, Faculty of the Arts, Social Sciences and Humanities, and Centre for Digital Transformation, Faculty of Engineering and Information Sciences ANZCA 2022 … Continued

ANZCA Winter School on Digital Methods (6-8 July 2022)

Dear members, ANZCA is pleased to invite all members to our upcoming Winter School about Digital Methods, from 6-8 July 2022 at the University of Canberra, ACT.  This three-day event will run from 9am – 5pm AEST each day, and focus on training around social network analysis, data visualisation and topic modelling. There will also be keynotes from data specialists and researchers … Continued

ANZCA 2021 Conference

Melbourne, Australia | July 6–9, 2021 Hosted by the Media and Communications Program, School of Culture and Communication, University of Melbourne THEME: Communication, Authority and Power The ANZCA 2021 conference will consider how various forms, institutions and practices of communication both involve and are affected by mobilisations of authority and power.  Communication has always been … Continued

ANZCA 2020 Conference

Due to the unpredictability of social distancing requirements and how the COVID-19 pandemic will evolve, we have decided to postpone the ANZCA 2020 conference to July 2021. The conference will be hosted by the University of Melbourne, and an update will be circulated to ANZCA members and mailing list subscribers shortly.

ANZCA Conference 2019

The conference will interrogate the link between broad sociocultural dynamics and changes in communication, media and the arts, in an age of datafication. In a highly digitalised society, our transactions, communications, movements and relationships leave digital traces that can be collected and processed systematically and in massive volumes. This datafication of society has dramatically changed … Continued

2020 Henry Mayer Lecture

A former “Dunera boy” and media and political analyst, Professor Henry Mayer, died after a heart attack at his home in Lane Cove, Sydney, on Saturday. He was 71. The leading lecturer worked until his death, editing Media Information Australia, as a visiting professor of sociology at the University of NSW teaching on the sociology … Continued

ANZCA Conference 2018

The conference organizers have decided not to curate formal Proceedings for this year’s conference, rather in their place upload the full conference abstracts…

ANZCA Conference 2017

Welcome to the proceedings of the 2017 conference of the Australian and New Zealand Communication Association, held at the University of Sydney. The conference invited reflections on the worlds of communication we inhabit, create and reshape – from ancient, modern and future communication worlds through to colonial and postcolonial worlds, activist and start-up worlds, ecologies, … Continued

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