About EuroMedia

The European Conference on Media, Communication & Film (EuroMedia) brings together delegates from many different national, cultural and linguistic backgrounds to Brighton, UK, to present new research and exchange ideas. This exceptional platform welcomes speakers and delegates for challenging debate and stimulating discussions around the latest concepts and newest approaches. IAFOR conferences are encouraging and nurturing environments where ideas can be shared and tested, where research synergies and collaborations can be formed, and where some of the biggest names in the field have the opportunity to interact with up-and-coming young faculty members.

IAFOR conferences are organised in partnership with some of the world’s most reputable institutions, including Birkbeck, University of London (UK), University of Sussex (UK), Waseda University (Japan), Moscow State University (Russia), Barcelona University (Spain) and Virginia Tech (USA), and feature programmes developed by leading academics to ensure both timeliness and academic rigour.

EuroMedia is held alongside The European Conference on Arts & Humanities (ECAH). These two events are scheduled simultaneously to maximise opportunities for interdisciplinary discussion and interaction. Registration for either conference allows participants to attend sessions in the other.


About IAFOR’s Conferences on Media, Communication & Film

IAFOR’s media, communication and film conferences and events are held in partnership with some of the world’s most prestigious academic institutions, including Medill School of Journalism at Northwestern University, USA, University of the Arts London, UK, and Monash University’s School of Communication and Media Studies, Australia, as well as some of the most important academics and practitioners working in media and film.

IAFOR actively supports media, culture and the arts, namely by organising internationally recognised awards for both documentary photography and photojournalism (IAFOR Documentary Photography Award) and documentary filmmaking (IAFOR Documentary Film Award), which are supported by leading institutions and organisations, including World Press Photo, the British Journal of Photography, University of the Arts London, RMIT and Medill, as well as its prestigious IAFOR Vladimir Devidé Haiku Award.

Our conferences have included featured addresses by academics, top administrators, Emmy-award winning producers and filmmakers, award-winning actors, investigative journalists, media liaisons for government and the armed forces, and leading practitioners in media, marketing, public relations, and other fields. All of our conferences include original film screenings, frequent premieres, and the chance to exchange ideas and network with both established and up-and-coming scholars in a welcoming environment.


Previous Speakers

The speakers shown below, among others, have presented their research at IAFOR's conferences on media, communication and film.

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[Left to right] Gary Swanson, multiple Emmy-award winning producer, chairs a Medill panel on new media challenges with Wall Street Journal journalist and bestselling author, Alec Klein, and Pulitzer prize nominee, Richard Roth; Colin Donald, Sunday Herald Business Editor, on media coverage of the 2015 Scottish referendum; Jon Elford, BBC Media Action Auditor on implementing media infrastructure programmes in developing countries; Paul Lowe, award-winning photojournalist, announces the IAFOR Documentary Photography Award winners.

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[Left to right] Jenna Stern, Hollywood actress and Law and Order regular, talks about roles for women in film; Geoffrey Beattie, the original UK Channel 4 “Big Brother” psychologist on the media and psychology; Gerard Goggin of Sydney University, media and mobile technologies expert; Rodney Hill; film scholar, Francis Ford Coppola archivist and Stanley Kubrick expert; John Erni, Hong Kong Lawyer and civil rights activist.


Interdisciplinary Conferences with Media, Communication & Film Streams


Ways to Get Involved

IAFOR depends on the assistance of a large number of international academics and practitioners who contribute in a variety of ways to our shared mission of promoting international exchange, facilitating intercultural awareness, encouraging interdisciplinary discussion and generating and sharing new knowledge. We are grateful for the time, effort and expertise donated by all our volunteer contributors.

Here are some of the ways you can get involved:

Reviewing
Editing
Publishing
Volunteering

If you have any questions, or if you would like to suggest additional ways in which you could contribute to IAFOR’s interdisciplinary activities, please feel free to email euromedia@iafor.org.