The Faculty of Journalism Held the 13th International Media Readings in Moscow ‘Mass Media and Communications–2021’
EL.pngThe 2021 Moscow Readings conference dedicated to the topic of ‘Mediating Digital Society and Individuals: Journalism and Communication in the Times of Uncertainty’ was held on November 18–19 at the Faculty of Journalism, Lomonosov Moscow State University. The conference featured two plenary sessions, 28 thematic sessions and nine special panel sessions. The academic event was supported by eight professional organizations.

New ‘Topical Seminar’ on December 7th
Grusha (33).pngNew Topical Seminar is scheduled for December 7th, 17:00 MSK. The event will feature talks by Adjunct Professor Dr. Katja Lehtisaari and Associate Professor Dr. Anastasia Grusha. Both speakers are members of IAMCR’s Communication in Post- and Neo-Authoritarian Societies Working Group. Their presentations will be primarily focused on public spheres: Dr. Katja Lehtisaari will elaborate on the topic of local public spheres in the global north, while Dr. Anastasia Grusha will consider the issue in the Russian context with regard to the pandemic-related topics.

November 21, 2021: Virtual Open Day for International Students / 2021年 11月21日— 莫斯科罗蒙诺索夫国立大学国际在线开放日
социалки_ИноДОД-21ноября_fb-eng.pngOn November 21, 2021 Lomonosov Moscow State University will hold a Virtual Open Day for international students. Participants of the Open Day will be able to attend a lecture by Rector of Moscow State University Academician Victor Sadovnichy about the history and traditions, present and future of Moscow State University. Representatives of each faculty will talk, in real time, about the specifics of teaching and studying in educational programs in various faculties, and answer the participants’ questions.

Topical Seminar on Ethical Issues of Journalism
Снимок экрана 2021-11-02 в 17.04.32.pngNew topical seminar was held on November 2 nd . Professor Francois Heinderyckx reconceived the dichotomy of news and opinion journalism, while Dr. Olga Smirnova shared the results of her research into the transformation of ethics under digitalization.

Topical Seminar on Fact-Checking, Misinformation And Journalism Education
Снимок экрана 2021-10-05 в 16.09.26.pngNew topical seminar was held on October 5 th . Professor Oscar Westlund (Oslo Metropolitan University) analyzed technological aspects of fact-checking practices, while Dr. Maria Lukina (Lomonosov Moscow State University) considered the problem in the context of education practices.

The Dean of the Faculty of Journalism, Lomonosov Moscow State University, Academician of The Russian Academy of Education, Professor Elena Vartanova Became Dean of The Year 2021
DSC0967.jpegThe award was conferred to Professor Vartanova by the Russian Professorial Assembly in the course of the Professorial Forum, which was held on September 27–30, 2021 in Civic Chamber of the Russian Federation. Professor Vartanova received the award in ‘Philological Sciences’ nomination.

Media Consumption by The ‘Digital Youth’ in Russia
media hardcover 04.pngThe collective monograph “Media Consumption by the ‘Digital Youth’ in Russia” edited by Dr. Denis Dunas explores the motives behind media consumption of the Russian youngsters, and delves into the role of media in their socialization and self-actualization. The book incorporates conceptual advances made in the course of the research, and outlines the results of empirical studies.

New ‘Topical Seminar’ on October 5th
Oskar-Lukina1.pngThe second topical seminar in the fall semester is scheduled for October 5th, 4 pm MSK. The event will feature talks by Professor Oscar Westlund and Dr. Maria Lukina, who will address different aspects of misinformation. Professor Westlund will focus on fact-checking practices, while Dr. Lukina will consider the problem in the context of education practices.

Members of the Faculty of Journalism Elected to Leadership Positions in IAMCR Working Groups
D03251FA-04C6-43DD-95FC-F9AB5CE0AECE.jpegThe Faculty of Journalism congratulates its colleagues who have been elected to leadership positions in Working Groups at the recent International Association for Media and Communication Research (IAMCR) elections. Leading Researcher Dr. Anna Gladkova became co-chair of the Digital Divide Working Group. Associate Professor Dr. Anastasia Grusha was elected vice-chair of the Communication in Post- and Neo-Authoritarian Societies Working Group.

Dean of The Faculty of Journalism Professor Elena Vartanova Received Yassen Zassoursky Award
84EE3CAC-9CC0-408D-98AA-EB7B3662D3D6.jpegRussian Union of Journalists has launched the initiative to establish Yassen Zassoursky Award. The Award was first presented to the Dean of the Faculty of Journalism, Academician of the Russian Academy of Education, Professor Elena Vartanova.

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