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Jonathon Hutchinson

ANZCA 2017 Keynote Speaker Profile: Daya Thussu

At this year’s ANZCA conference, we are honoured to have Professor Daya Thussu join us as one of our keynote speakers.

Professor Thussu is Professor of International Communication and Co-Director of the India Media Centre, the world’s first academic centre dedicated to the study of media in India and its globalizing tendencies.

Beyond an impressive publishing history that spans communication, global media policy, public diplomacy, news and journalism, Professor Thussu’s life long research has been media and communications in developing nations. He is the founder and Managing Editor of the Sage journal Global Media and Communication and editor for the Routledge book series Internationalizing Media Studies and Advances in Internationalizing Media Studies.

As a sign of his international standing, Professor Thussu was awarded the Distinguished Scholar Award by the International Communication Section of the International Studies Association in 2014. He also served as an executive of the International Association of Media and Communication Research (IAMCR) from 2002 until 2012.

Professor Thussu’s academic expertise is grounded in extensive professional knowledge. He has over ten years’ experience in journalism, having worked at the Press Trust of India, India’s national news agency for five years, and as an Associate Editor of Gemini News Service, a London-based international news agency with a particular interest in the developing world.

At ANZCA 2017 Daya Thussu will explore how, in the dynamic, globalised internet age, the largely one-way vertical flow of media and communication products—from the West to the Rest—is giving way to multiple, horizontal flows in which the BRICS countries are playing a key role.

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Submission of Full ANZCA Papers

Here is some detailed information on the process of submitting a full paper to the 2017 ANZCA conference:

Thanks very much for your abstract for ANZCA 2017.  This is a reminder that you are welcome to submit a full paper to be eligible for publication in the conference proceedings or the special conference editions of Communications Research and Practice and Media International Australia.

We especially encourage PhD students to submit full papers for consideration for the Grant Noble Prize, or the 2 available conference bursaries. For other colleagues, you may wish to consider submitting a paper for consideration in the Christopher Newell Prize. (Details on these awards at http://www.anzca.net/awards.html).

If you have not already advised us of your intent to submit a full paper, please let us know by separate email if you wish to do this (so we can arrange reviewers). We have extended the deadlines for full paper submission until Monday 8 May.

Please ensure your paper conforms to the guidelines at: http://anzca2017.com/call-for-papers/notes-on-submissions-of-papers/.

Then to submit your paper, follow these instructions:

Log into Easychair:
Choose your author role
Click on blue information link to the right of your paper entry
Click on update file in the RHS menu
Upload your full paper document.

As advised, please also confirm your attendance at the conference by registering and paying the conference fee by 7 June 2017 (http://anzca2017.com/registration/).
Please advise us by email if you are unable to register by 7 June, or if you are unable to attend the conference.

We look forward to your full papers by 8 May, and otherwise, as always, please don’t hesitate to be in touch with any queries: http://anzca2017.com/contact-us/

Gerard Goggin, Fiona Martin, Jonathon Hutchison, and Fuchsia Sellers, ANZCA 2017 team

Finalising ANZCA 2017 abstract submission

Did you have trouble finalising your ANZCA 2017 abstract submission?

While the extended acceptance date has now passed for abstracts, we did receive a few enquiries of users experiencing difficulties while attempting to upload their contribution. We suspect it was a traffic issue, given the high level of contributions to this year’s event. But if you did experience issues, we will leave the EasyChair site open until the end of next week, Friday 24 March.

Please go to ANZCA 2017 EasyChair conference site to upload your abstract.

Hopefully this will provide enough of an opening to those authors that had last minute issues with the system to upload their abstract for this year’s conference.

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ANZCA 2017 is Live!!

We have launched our website for the ANZCA 2017 Conference, to be held here at The University of Sydney.

You can submit your ANZCA 2017 papers here.

And, you can register for ANZCA 2017 here.

We will update information regularly here on the website, but for instant information we suggest you follow the ANZCA Facebook page and the ANZCA Twitter account.

‘The Quad’ at the University of Sydney – original image by Kokkai Ng Photography and available here.