Cultures Mobiles/Mobile Cultures Schedule

Cultures Mobiles/Mobile Cultures

 A graduate student symposium on mobile media and wireless communications

Hexagram Resource Room: EV 11-705,  1515 St Catherine Street, West, H3G 2W1

Wednesday, April 20 from 1 pm – 5 pm

Thursday, April 21 from  10am – 5pm


Wednesday, April 20

 Wed 1:00- 3:00: Transforming Practices, Mobile Productions. Transformation des Pratiques, Productions Mobiles

Moderated by Chantal Francouer, Department of Journalism, Concordia University

« No need, we’re already here », Mobile Media, Social Networks, and the Displacement of Traditional Media

Alexandre Cayla-Irigoyen, Université du Québec à Montréal

Les journalistes citoyens n’ont pas encore tués le journalisme : les impacts des technologies mobiles de communication sur l’information journalistique

Marc-Olivier Goyette, Université du Québec à Montréal

Media production in flux: Kickstarter as mobile assemblage

ME Luka, Concordia University

*coffee: 2:30- 3.

3:30- 5:00 pm: Music in Motion: From Podcasting to Mobile Composing. Musique et déplacements: du podcasting à la création mobile.

Moderated by Olivier Asselin, Département d’histoire de l’art et d’études cinématographiques, Université de Montréal

Moving Outside the Sound Bubble: RJDJ and the ‘Reactive Music Revolution’

Samuel Thulin, Concordia University

L’imaginaire de la mobilité et la pratique du podcasting indépendant

Mélanie Millette, Université du Québec à Montréal

THURSDAY, April 21.

10- 11:30: Knitting, Designing, Hacking. Tricot, design et hacking : femmes et mobilités

Moderated by Leslie Shade, Communication Studies, Concordia University

Yarn Bombing, Knit Graffiti and Underground Brigades: A Study of Craftivism and Mobility

Jacqueline Wallace, Concordia University

Jailbreak Me, Possess Me — DIY Practices and Mobile Phones

Christina Haralanova, Concordia University

11:30- 1 Lunch

1- 2:30: Relational identities: dis/ability and affect. Identités relationnelles : in/habileté et affect.

Moderated by Steven High, History Department, Concordia University

La normalisation de l’utilisation pratique et identitaire du téléphone mobile: une réflexion

Joëlle Rouleau, Université de Montréal

Habiter l’espace, au croisement du réseau géo-social mobile et de l’amitié

Maude Gauthier, Université de Montréal

*coffee: 2:30- 3.

3-5:00:  Virtual Politics, Sacred Spaces. Politiques du virtuel (ou politiques virtuelles?) et espaces sacrés, Moderated by Darin Barney, Department of Art History & Communication Studies, McGill University

Virtual Citizens and Emancipatory Politics

Timothy Swiffen, Concordia University

“Tweeting Out A Tyrant”: Social Media and the Tunisian Revolution

Mariam Esseghaier, Concordia University

Tweeting from Mecca: Mobile media, time, and sacred experiences

Krista Riley, Concordia University

This symposium is organized by Kim Sawchuk, Professor, Communication Studies, Concordia University as a part of the Doctoral Seminar, Mobile Media, Wireless Communications Coms 893J.

Thank you to: The Department of Communication Studies, The Mobile Media Lab-Concordia, Mediatopias working group-McGill, and Hexagram.

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