Divisions: Philosophy, Theory and Critique
    • Jayson Harsin, Chair

      Global Communications

      The American University of Paris

      24 Rue Emile Desvaux
      75019 Paris
      France
      jharsin@aup.edu


    • Kaarina Nikunen,Vice-Chair

      Faculty of Information Technology and Communication

      0014 Tampere University

      Finland
      kaarina.nikunen@tuni.fi


    • Sandra Ritovska, Secretary

      University of Colorado, Boulder

      sandra.ristovska@colorado.edu

    • Andy Fitzgerald, Student Representative

      Stanford University

      afitzger@stanford.edu

 Mission:

In the critical traditional of communication studies, Philosophy, Theory and Critique is broadly concerned with theory and critique that cuts across the various boundaries within the study of communication and its intersections with other modes of studying human interaction.

Consequently, it provides a forum in which scholars can explore the relations and intersections between the study of media and communication and the range of contemporary theoretical and philosophical concerns, arguments and positions in the service of social, cultural and political change. It is also committed to providing a space for those emergent interests challenging the common sense assumptions currently guiding our understanding of the practice of communication.

Its members come from many areas and sub-fields. The philosophical questions they raise vary greatly: from the nature of language, subjectivity or experience, to the epistemology of science and interpretation, to the politics of knowledge and communicative relations. Members bring many different philosophical orientations to bear upon these questions, including phenomenology and hermeneutics, Marxism, feminism, critical media theory, post-structuralism, pragmatism, social theory and cultural studies. The Division seeks exchange, education and conversation, and it encourages tending to the differences produced by these differing orientations.

The result is that the Division offers a lively forum for contemporary ideas toward the critical study and practice of media and communication.

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Alison Hearn wrote on the Divisions: Philosophy, Theory and Critique wall: The Department of Journalism, Advertising, and Media Studies at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee is hiring a tenure-track Assistant Professor for fall 2017. Details can be found at: https://chroniclevitae.com/jobs/0000349030-01
Posted Saturday, January 14, 2017

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