Research Talks: Winter semester 2021/22


This semester we have invited renowned international colleagues to present their research agenda at our department.

For the upcoming research talk series, we have scheduled four (online) talks in total, on November 8, November 22, December 6, 2021, and January 17, 2022. All talks will start at 11:30am CET.

To have a look at the official poster and further information on the talks as well as a short abstract, please check here. Below, you can find the schedule in detail:

November 8, 2021

Jiro Takai (Nagoya University)
Title: Questioning Western Hegemony in Communication Research from an Asian Perspective
Zoom link to presentation

November 22, 2021

Christine Huang (City University of Hong Kong)
Title: Multi-Faceted Engagement and Emergency Response
Zoom link to presentation

December 6, 2021

Márton Demeter (National University of Public Service Budapest)
Title: The Internationalisation of Communication and Media Studies: Vision, Reality and the Ideal Process
Zoom link to presentation

January 17, 2022

Tim Kuhn (University of Colorado Boulder)
Title: What Are Corporations For? Developing a Theory of the Firm for Communicative Capitalism
Zoom link to presentation

All presentations will be held online via Zoom. The Research Talk series is open to the public as well. Please note that the Zoom links will be active and free to join 15 minutes prior to the respective presentation. If you have any further questions, please contact Mario Freyer (✉