The professorship researches and teaches at the Institute of Communication and Media Studies on the transformation of the book as a medium and comparable writing and reading media in the digital age. The focus is on the cultural and economic significance of the book in conjunction with other media of social communication as well as innovations in production, design and distribution and change in reception and appropriation (e.g. open access, participatory forms of production, digital literacy) from a communication and media studies perspective.
Trude Dijkstra has published a report on her fantastic research project, which won one of SHARP’s 25th Anniversary Research Fellowships in 2019. You can read about the award here. Her report is attached below.
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4th September 2020 Centre for War Studies, University College Dublin Online Workshop Keynote: Dr Emma Butcher (University of Leicester) ‘War…