From the always interesting Geopolitics and security at Royal Holloway:
Media, war and conflict Fifth Anniversary Conference at Royal Holloway, University of London, 11-12 April 2013.
- Contemporary and historical war reporting
- Changing forms of credibility, legitimacy and authority
- Media ethics in the coverage of conflict
- The role of citizen-users and social media in conflict
- Terrorism, media and publics
- Intelligence operations and media
- Digital and cyber warfare
- Media and conflict prevention, peacekeeping and post-conflict scenarios
- Photo and video journalism in wartime
- War and conflict in popular culture
- The power of the visual and other modalities
- Commemoration and memorialisation of war and conflict
The conference is open to scholars, journalists, military practitioners and activists from around the world.
Abstracts (250 words) to Lisa.Dacunha@rhul.ac.uk by 10 October 2012.
Incidentally, for more on media, war and conflict see (even join) the War and Media Network, whose site has links to the journal and a host of other resources, together with a clutch of reviews of books, films and conferences.