By Janine Horn
By Janine Horn
By Michael Bodey
By Peter Kemper,Alf Mentzer,Julika Tillmanns
By Elin Haf Gruffydd Jones,Enrique Uribe-Jongbloed
As a box in its personal correct, Minority Language Media experiences is constructing quick. the new technological and social advancements that experience sped up media convergence and opened new methods of entry and alternate into areas previously managed via media associations, provide new possibilities, demanding situations and hazards to minority languages, and particularly to their already demonstrated media associations. This publication comprises debates on what convergence and participation really suggest, a sequence of case experiences of particular social media advancements in minority language, in addition to comparative reports on how the cultural industries have engaged with the hot probabilities caused via media convergence. ultimately, the ebook additionally deals a ancient evaluate of the improvement of Minority Language Media world wide, and evidences the parts within which extra wide learn is required.
By Celeste-Marie Bernier,Judie Newman
In this assortment distinctive American and eu students, curators and artists speak about significant matters about the illustration and commemoration of slavery, as introduced into sharp concentration by means of the 2007 bicentennial of the abolition of the slave alternate. Writers ponder 19th and 20th century American and ecu photographs of African americans, artwork installations, images, literature, sculpture, exhibitions, performances, portray, movie and fabric tradition. this can be crucial studying for historians, cultural critics, art-historians, educationalists and museologists, in the US as in Europe, and an immense contribution to the certainty of the African diaspora, race, American and British historical past, historical past tourism, and transatlantic relatives. Contributions comprise formerly unpublished interview fabric with artists and practitioners, and a accomplished overview of the commemorative exhibitions of 2007. Illustrations comprise pictures from Louisiana, Maryland, and Virginia, many formerly unpublished, in black and white, which problem past understandings of the aesthetics of slave representation.
This e-book used to be released as a distinct factor of Slavery and Abolition.
By Andreas Neuhold,Martin Ebner,Sandra Schön
By Johanna Flöter
By Ruth E. Page
This booklet examines daily tales of non-public adventure which are released on-line in modern sorts of social media. Taking examples from dialogue forums, blogs, social community websites, microblogging websites, wikis, collaborative and participatory storytelling initiatives, Ruth web page explores how new and latest narrative genres are being (re)shaped in several on-line contexts. The e-book indicates how the features of social media, which emphasize recency, interpersonal connection and cellular distribution, magnify or opposite various points of canonical storytelling. the recent storytelling styles which emerge offer a clean viewpoint on many of the key suggestions in narrative examine: constitution, assessment and the site of speaker and viewers in time and area. the net tales are profoundly social in nature, and practice vital identification paintings for his or her tellers as they have interaction with their audiences - identities which variety from celebrities in Twitter, melanoma survivors within the blogosphere to artistic writers convening storytelling tasks or neighborhood histories.
Stories and Social Media brings jointly the tales instructed in recognized websites like fb and lesser-known group information, offering a landmark survey and critique of non-public storytelling because it is being transformed on-line in the beginning of the 21st century.
By Alexander Schaaf
By Jens Eder,Fotis Jannidis,Ralf Schneider