A leading research environment at Stockholm University

Research at JMK is marked by outstanding international publications, external research financing and participation in established research networks. Our output is at the forefront of scholarly dialogues on the role of mediated communication in society, drawing upon research questions and methods emanating from both the humanities and social sciences. Comparative studies – over time, between media genres and across cultures – constitute a particular strong suit. A central concern of research conducted under the rubrics of Global Media and Politics of Communication is to produce innovative and meaningful research that aims to contribute to the field by way of promoting a social perspective.

On Wednesday, September 21, Silvio Waisbord, Professor of Media and Public Affairs at The George Washington University, gave a Higher Seminar at JMK in Stockholm. The seminar dealt with the possibility of communication across differences and conflict. Please read more about this seminar here.
On April 21, Professor Lilie Chouliaraki, visiting from LSE, gave a seminar on the visual representation of refugees arriving in Europe last year. Please read more about this and other pasts event in Our News.
Coming up on Thursday June 2, Global Media Café will host a two day seminar at JMK in Stockholm, dealing with the societal role of think thanks and their impact on politics. Please see more information about the event here.
On June 2 and 3, Global Media Café hosted a two day seminar at JMK in Stockholm, dealing with the societal role of think thanks and their impact on politics. Please read more about this and other events here.