21-22 May 2015 | Media Politics and Democracy. A Challenging Topic for Social Sciences
Promoted by SISP – Società Italiana di Scienza Politica and CMDI
LUISS University, Rome, Italy
21-22 May 2015
- Sara Bentivegna, Università “la Sapienza”, Rome, Italy
- Donatella Campus, University of Bologna, Italy
- Marina Dekavalla, University of Stirling, Scotland, UK
- Sergio Fabbrini, direttore LUISS School of Government
- Matthew Hibberd, direttore dipartimento Media and Journalism, University of Stirling, Scotland, UK
- Pierangelo Isernia, University of Siena, Italy
- Darren Lilleker, Bournemouth University, UK – co-chair Political Communication IPSA, chair Political Communication Group ECPR, chair Political Marketing Specialist Group PSA
- Oscar Luengo, Universidad de Granada, Spain – chair Political Communication IPSA
- Rolando Marini, University of Perugia, Italy
- Leonardo Morlino, Vice Rector LUISS University, Rome, Italy
- Thierry Vedel, CEVIPOF – SciencesPo, Paris, France
- Jan Zielonka, University of Oxford, UK
- and many others.
Scientific Committee: Francesco Amoretti (Università di Salerno), Franca Roncarolo (Università di Torino),Michele Sorice (LUISS)
Local Organiser: Emiliana De Blasio (LUISS)
The conference is jointly managed by the LUISS Department of Political Sciences and by the “Political Communication” Standing Group of SISP.
Organization by Centre for Media and Democratic Innovations “M. Baldini”, at LUISS University.
28-30 Maggio 2013 | Stati generali della comunicazione politica
Stati generali della comunicazione politica.
Rome, Italy, May 28-30, 2013
Emiliana De Blasio
Docente di Media Gender e Politica, vice-direttrice del CMCS, LUISS, Roma
20-21 May 2011 | Leadership. Leaders and new trends in political communication
Seven plenary sessions with the participation of 14 keynote speakers, coming from many different Universities:
Brian McNair, Sara Bentivegna, Nico Carpentier, Fausto Colombo, Emiliana De Blasio, Raffaele De Mucci, Sergio Fabbrini, Ivor Gaber, Matthew Hibberd, Michael Higgins, Leonardo Morlino, Edoardo Novelli, Jo Silvester, Mick Temple, Katrin Voltmer.
Eight parallel sessions with 28 delegates, coming from 24 different Universities.
A selection of the best papers submitted at the Political Communication Conference of May 20th-21st 2011 is available in a book of the CMDI Working Papers Series, Leadership and New Trends in Political Communication, edited by Emiliana De Blasio, Matthew Hibberd and Michele Sorice.
The ISSUU readable e-book version is available HERE