Prof. Dr. Andreas Fickers

Universität Luxemburg

Zuletzt veröffentlicht

CFP: International Summer School on Transnational Radio History
Luxembourg Centre for Contemporary and Digital History (C²DH), in collaboration with the Ministry of Culture of Saarland / Germany and the Ministry of Culture of Luxembourg
Luxemburg 18.06.2018 - 22.06.2018

Rez: D. Zetti: Das Programm der elektronischen Vielfalt

Rez: M. Rother: Kooperation – Kollaboration – Konkurrenz

CFP: Technology & East-West relations: Transfers, parallel histories, and the European laboratory. Closing ESF EUROCORES Inventing Europe Conference
European Science Foundation (ESF) Foundation for the History of Technology, Eindhoven / The Netherlands
Sofia 17.06.2010 - 20.06.2010

Ank: The History of the Electronic Image: A Long Term Perspective. Summer School
Andreas Fickers, Maastricht University Pascal Gristel, Paris IV (Sorbonne)
Pleumeur-Bodou 14.09.2009 - 18.09.2009

CFP: Airy Curtains in the European Ether: Broadcasting and communication technologies in East/West-relations during the short 20th century
Tensions of Europe research group "Transmitting and Receiving Europe" (TRANS, project leader A.Fickers) in collaboration with the European Science Foundation (ESF)Eurocore programme "Inventing Europe"
Lissabon 10.10.2008 - 11.10.2008

CFP: Rethinking Television Histories:Digitising Europe’s Televisual Heritage
The conference is being organised by the Department of Media Arts at Royal Holloway, University of London, in cooperation with the Institute of Media and Re/Presentation of Utrecht University (NL) as part of the Video Active project, a major EU funded initiative to provide online access to digitised television content from 11 European archives.
London 19.04.2007 - 21.04.2007

CFP: Media and Imperialism. Press, Photography, Film, Radio and Television in the Era of Modern Imperialism
University of Amsterdam, dept. Media Studies in close cooperation with the International Association for Media and History and Utrecht University
Amsterdam 18.07.2007 - 21.07.2007

Rez: D. Hüser: Französische Zeitgeschichte populärer Musik