This is the blog for the public seminars for the School of Arts and Communication (K3) at Malmö University. K3 consists of several disciplines, including Communication for Development, English Studies, Graphic Design, Interaction Design, Media and Communication Studies, Product Design, and Visual Communication, which make it helpful to share a platform aiming at generating discussions across these various practices. The seminars are opportunities for both K3-based researchers and external guests to present and discuss their works.

Recent Posts

Spring program ready!

The program for the spring K3 seminar series is now available on the top of the webpage. As always, it will be a mixture of seminars with K3 researchers, doctoral students at K3, and invited researchers. We will start on Wednesday, February 2 with a seminar by Line Henriksen, who is a Post-Doctoral Researcher in Media and Communication Studies at K3, presenting her project on the digital Gothic. In the early spring there will be a number of seminars dealing with artistic research. Later on, there will be, among other things, a workshop dealing with ethics in research, and one on how to get students and adjuncts more involved in research.

All seminars will be available to attend online. Hopefully later in the term it will be possible to attend also physically

  1. Becoming a Docent (or Trying to). On writing Docent applications. Leave a reply
  2. Today’s seminar with Line Henriksen cancelled Leave a reply
  3. Line Henriksen: The Digital Gothic. Rethinking Ethics, Media and Monsters in a Digital Age Leave a reply
  4. Maria Brock: The Child as Cipher for a Politics of “Traditional Values” in the Anti-Gender movement. A Comparative Study of Russia and Germany Leave a reply
  5. David Kadish: Endemic machines. Robots as ecosystem agents Leave a reply
  6. Research Impact. A follow-up Leave a reply
  7. Another year, another research application, part two Leave a reply
  8. Anna Seravalli seminar moved to December 15 Leave a reply
  9. Roel Roscam Abbing: Learning from and designing with federated social networks Leave a reply