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The department offers undergraduate, masters, and doctoral education in four areas: Cinema Studies, Journalism, Media and Communication Studies and Fashion Studies. Search among our courses and programmes.
Dr. Martin Karlsson successfully defended his PhD thesis "Governing the news - A study of problems and solutions in Swedish public service broadcasting news and policy between 1954 and 2015" at Stockholm University today February 10, 2023. The examination committee announced its unanimous verdict in the afternoon, saying that he had passed. Senior Lecturer Simon Dawes, Université de Versailles Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines, was his External reviewer.
On Tuesday afternoon, Bonnier guest professor Kristyn Gorton, delivered a speech on 'Media, Emotion and Resilience' at Stockholm University. After the pandemic she found out how the conditions for the production of tv fiction drastically had changed as the Covid-19 virus swept around the globe.
”As you know, we hit a record low Arctic sea-ice minimum this year, so unfortunately the stakes are even higher in many ways”, professor Miyase Christensen, Stockholm University, told IMS website on Monday.