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Department of Media Studies

The Department of Media Studies at Stockholm university offers courses and conduct research in journalism, media, communication, fashion and cinema studies.

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Information for students and staff about the coronavirus

Information on the coronavirus in relation to Stockholm University's activities is updated continuously.

We seek to appoint a Senior Lecturer/Associate Professor in Cinema Studies

Stockholm University seeks to appoint a Senior Lecturer/Associate Professor in Cinema Studies at the Department of Media Studies. Ref. No. SU FV-3308-20. Closing date: 31 October 2020.

2 PhD student positions in Fashion Studies

2 PhD student positions in Fashion Studies at the Department of Media Studies. Ref. No. SU FV-3249-20. Closing date: 2020-10-15.

2 PhD student positions in Cinema Studies

PhD student positions in Cinema Studies at the Department of Media Studies. | Ref. No. SU FV-3250-20. Closing date: 15 October 2020.

Workshop: Nature Landforms and Human Mobility: Cinematic Perspectives on Mountain Spaces

Welcome to a 2-day workshop in Cinema Studies dedicated to "Nature Landforms and Human Mobility: Cinematic Perspectives on Mountain Spaces" at Stockholm University.

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The JMK library opens for borrowing of course literature

From August 31, the library will be open weekdays from 10-12 am to enable students to borrow course literature - connected to JMK’s own courses.

Greta Gober, postdoctoral fellow in Journalism, Stockholm University Photo: The University of Oslo

Women are less afraid of voicing gender equality demands in Polish film industry, says researcher

Almost 3 years after the first #MeToo tweet media researcher Greta Gober has tried to trace how the gender equality debate changed the Polish film industry. Tomorrow she will present her findings in a digital conference.

The White House in Washington D.C. Photo: Samuel Borges © Mostphotos

Professor: 'Trump's divisive speech is coming under increased scrutiny'

The US president Donald Trump has created a new way of talking in public premised on the expression of anger, according to Cardiff University Journalism Professor Karin Wahl-Jorgensen. During her visit to Stockholm University in January she labelled his rhetoric as 'angry populism'.

Jane Gaines Photo: Unknown

Professor: "Everyone assumed that men founded the film industry"

”Friends of those heads of industries wrote those first versions of what happened. And little by little it was forgotten that women were instrumental”, said Professor Jane Gaines, Columbia University, N.Y., newly awarded with an honorary doctorate degree by Stockholm University.

Stockholm University Journalism professor Ester Pollack. Photo: Jens Lasthein

Learn how to recognize false information in social media

Stockholm University Journalism Professor Ester Pollack that has carried out research on critical evaluation of sources, gives you her best advice on how to avoid being misled by false information on social media.

Old movie reels. Photo: Sved Oliver © Mostphotos

Domitor: Early Cinema, from Provenance to Media Archaeology: Notes from the Media Matter Conference

The 'Media Matter: Media-Archaeological Research and Artistic Practice' conference at Stockholm University last year "sought to rethink the relationship among media objects, materiality, history, and art practice by exploring a wide range of both well-known and forgotten media artifacts", writes Domitor's Hugo Ljungbäck.

VIDEO: Watch H.M. King Carl XVI Gustaf's speech to the nation. Photo: Peter Knutson/The Royal Court

Expert: The king's speech to the nation eases the sense of danger

Two weeks ago H.M. King Carl XVI Gustaf gave a speech to the nation. Media researcher Kristina Widestedt, at Stockholm University, specialized in the role of royals in society, told Politico on Wednesday that: "A comforting message helps ease the imminent sense of danger".

Studera, undervisa och arbeta på distans. Foto: Sirinarth Mekvorawuth © Mostphotos

Tips & tricks: Study, teach and work online

Information on how to study, teach and work online at Stockholm University gathered in one place at su.se/lifeonline. Also in Swedish at su.se/livetpadistans.

Stockholm University transitions to distance learning from 18 March Photo: Andrey Popov © Mostphotos

The Department of Media Studies transitions to distance learning

The Department of Media Studies transitions to distance learning from 18 March 2020, due to the difficult situation caused by the spread of the novel coronavirus in Sweden.

Info Spring 2020

Course information Spring 2020

Schedules, course texts, registration and more...

IMS Fall 2019

All you need to know - Spring semester 2020

Winter is here (coming) but we have our focus on the Spring and the many courses/programmes starting Spring semester 2020. Check out the site with information regarding registration, schedule, course texts and more...

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