Michigan Symposium on Media and Politics:
Environmental Advocacy in a Polarized World
Friday, February 22, 2019
University of Michigan
Michigan Room at The Michigan League
911 North University Avenue
Ann Arbor, MI 48104
CALL FOR PAPERS
The Political Communication Working Group at the University of Michigan Department of Communication Studies, is proud to announce the first annual Michigan Symposium on Media and Politics. The symposium is a one-day conference held in Ann Arbor, Michigan. It is a small-scale, substantively focused conference on a topic related to media politics, including talks from leaders in a given subfield, as well as papers from an open call for submissions; it is intended to generate connections between leading and new scholars, and help stimulate new ideas in the field.
The theme for this year’s symposium is Environmental Advocacy in a Polarized World, and currently includes talks from leaders in the study of environmental communication: Max Boycoff, Dominique Brossard, Sharon Dunwoody, Eric Freedman and Matthew Nisbet. We are now soliciting paper proposals from others interested in joining us! We have a particular interest in work focused on the complexities of media coverage of environmental issues; and will prioritize new, in-progress work by early- and mid-career scholars working in the subfield.
Full papers are not required at this time. We require only a proposed title and abstract (of no more than 400 words), submitted in the following Google form: CLICK LINK HERE.
The deadline for submissions is November 10, 2018; decisions will be made by the end of November.
Conference meals and lodging will be included for one accepted participant per paper. Modest travel grants to defray the costs of attendance may be available to accepted participants by application.
For questions, email: email@example.com.
This symposium is made possible with generous support from the Morgan O’Leary Symposium Fund.