Author Archives: Donald Matheson
Great news: we’re able to confirm our last two plenary speakers for ANZCA 2015: Katharine Sarikakis is Professor of Media Industries, Media Organisation and Media Governance at the University of Vienna. She researches communication governance from a critical perspective, examining the empowerment and … Continue reading
The Australian and New Zealand Communication Association warmly welcomes papers and panel proposals for its 2015 conference, 8-10 July, in Queenstown, New Zealand. The theme of this year’s conference is Rethinking Communication, Space and Identity. Papers are particularly sought that address the … Continue reading
Submission process Papers and abstracts are to be submitted through the ANZCA 2015 conference website, https://anzca2015.wordpress.com. This is the only format through which papers and panel proposals will be accepted. Please do not email papers or abstracts to the conference … Continue reading
We are pleased to announce the confirmation of our third keynote, Prof Caroline Haythornthwaite, Director and Professor at the School of Library, Archival & Information Studies, University of British Columbia, Canada. Prof Haythornthwaite is being brought to the conference by Ako Aotearoa. … Continue reading
François Cooren is Professor in the Department of Communication at the University of Montreal. His main interest concerns “organizing” phenomena and organizations’ ways of being and acting. He studies social interactions, in particular the way in which values, principles, norms and ideologies are expressed, … Continue reading
ANZCA 2015 will be held in Queenstown, New Zealand, at the Rydges Hotel, from 8-10 July.
Steven Livingston is Professor of Media and Public Affairs and International Affairs at The George Washington University and the director of the School of Media and Public Affairs’ (SMPA) Political Communication Program. His research and teaching focus on media/information technology, national security … Continue reading
The organisers are Donald Matheson (ANZCA 2016 president-elect) and Michael Bourk. The conference committee comprises Colleen Mills, Zita Joyce, Linda Jean Kenix and Babak Bahador.