Bridging feminism with children and media – a personal scholarly journey
23rd of September | auditorium 2 | building B | FCSH | 6 pm
Bridging feminism with children and media – a personal scholarly journey, by Dafna Lemish* – Rutgers University, USA
The workshop (T1, 2nd floor) and the conference (Auditório 2, 3rd floor) will be both at Torre B, the main building of FCSH.
The lunch will be also at Torre B (refeitório).
Please bring your own water bottle to fill and refill at the venue.
The workshop has a limited number of participants. However, the conference will be open to the public and its title is sufficient broad to interest different audiences: Bridging feminism with children and media – a personal scholarly journey.
*Dafna Lemish (Ph.D. The Ohio State University, 1982) is a Distinguished Professor and Associate Dean of programs at the School of Communication and Information at Rutgers University, the founding editor of the Journal of Children and Media, and a Fellow of the International Communication Association (ICA). She is author and editor of numerous books and articles on children, media and gender representations, including recently KakaoTalk and Facebook: Korean American youth constructing hybrid identities (with Jiwoo Park, Rowman & Littlefield, 2019); Fear in front of the screen: Children’s fears, nightmares and thrills (with Maya Götz & Andrea Holler, Rowman & Littlefield, 2019); Beyond the stereotypes: Images of boys and girls and their consequences (co-edited with Maya Götz, Nordicom, 2017); Children, Adolescents, and media: The future of research and action (co-edited with Amy Jordan & Vicky Rideout, Routledge, 2017); Children and media: A global perspective (Wiley, 2015); The Routledge international handbook on children, adolescents and media (edited, Routledge, 2013); Sexy girls, heroes and funny losers (co-edited with Maya Götz, Peter Lang, 2012); and Screening gender on children’s television: The views of producers around the world (Routledge, 2010). https://comminfo.rutgers.edu/lemish-dafna