Media and Communication Studies
Department of Media Studies
Doctoral thesis projects
The Hybridization of Political Communication
Over the last decade, digital transformations towards a hybrid media system have resulted in a breakdown of boundarie...
Eyewitness video and human rights rights practice
The purpose of this research project is to provide a conceptually innovative and empirically-grounded understanding o...
Diversity Management as Innovation in Journalism
The Diversity Management as Innovation in Journalism Project (2021-2023) aims to find and study cases of the occurren...
Gabriel Veyre in French Indochina, 1899-1900
Gabriel Veyre in French Indochina, 1899-1900 My current project investigates the work of the French actuality film-m...
Houses and Social Practices in Swedish Towns 1600–1850
Marie Tengroth Ulväng
Immigration and the Normalization of Racism: Discursive Shifts in Swedish Politics and Media 2010-22
The project examines the process of ‘normalization of racism’ in the Swedish public sphere by looking at trajectories...
Just Information. Information Inequality in a Global Perspective
Information to a democracy is like drinking water to a human body: it is essential for survival, but if polluted can ...
Moderna media och oljeindustrin
Även om radion, televisionen och i synnerhet filmmediet ofta setts som avgörande för framväxten såväl som upplevelsen...
Marina L. Dahlquist
Surrealism in Sweden 1930-2000: Between Presence and Absence.
This project aims to investigate the expressions and reception of surrealism in Sweden from 1930 to 2000, resulting i...
The Histories of the New American Cinema Expositions in Europe, 1964 and 1967-1968
The main purpose of this project is to write the histories of the New American Cinema (NAC) Expositions in Europe dur...