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Media, War & Conflict


eISSN: 17506360 | ISSN: 17506352 | Current volume: 17 | Current issue: 1 Frequency: Quarterly

Media, War & Conflict is a major international, peer-reviewed journal that maps the shifting arena of war and conflict in media environments and ecologies. It explores cultural, political, social and technological transformations in the conduct, outcome and consequences of intensively mediated war.

Media, War & Conflict is the first inter- and multi- disciplinary journal to be dedicated to this field. It publishes substantial research articles, essays and reviews. It solicits submissions from academics, professionals and practitioners. The editors are looking for innovative work that contributes to existing debates and identifies emerging challenges in the convergence of media, war and conflict.

Topic coverage includes how media, war and conflict converge in subjects such as:

  • Journalism and witnessing
  • Security, politics and militaries
  • Art, aesthetics, photography, film and popular culture
  • Technologies, spatialities and architectures
  • Aftermath, reconciliation, peace processes
  • Memory, commemoration and archives
  • Identity and embodiment
  • Practices, cultures and ethics
  • Audiences and engagement
  • Narratives, legitimation of war and peace

Media, War & Conflict is a major international, peer-reviewed journal that maps the shifting arena of war and conflict in media environments and ecologies. It explores cultural, political, social and technological transformations in the conduct, outcome and consequences of intensively mediated war.

Media, War & Conflict is the first inter- and multi- disciplinary journal to be dedicated to this field. It publishes substantial research articles, essays, reviews, video essays and original short films. It solicits submissions from academics, professionals and practitioners. The editors are looking for innovative work that contributes to existing debates and identifies emerging challenges in the convergence of media, war and conflict.

Topic coverage includes how media, war and conflict converge in subjects such as:

  • Journalism and witnessing
  • Security, politics and militaries
  • Art, aesthetics, photography, film and popular culture
  • Technologies, spatialities and architectures
  • Aftermath, reconciliation, peace processes
  • Memory, commemoration and archives
  • Identity and embodiment
  • Practices, cultures and ethics
  • Audiences and engagement
  • Narratives, legitimation of war and peace
Editors
Piotr Cieplak University of Sussex, UK
Sarah Maltby University of Sussex, UK
Ben O'Loughlin Royal Holloway, University of London, UK
Katy Parry Leeds University, UK
Richard Stupart University of Liverpool, UK
Editorial Assistant
Holly Steel Leeds University, UK
Reviews Editor
Johana Kotišová Vrije Universiteit Brussel, Belgium
Editorial Board
Sean Aday George Washington University, US
Stuart Allan Cardiff University, UK
Hussein Amin American University in Cairo, Egypt
Akil Awan Royal Holloway, University of London, UK
Babak Bahador George Washington University, USA
Roland Bleiker The University of Queensland, Australia
Gwen Bouvier Shanghai International Studies University, China
Robert Burgoyne University of St Andrews, Scotland
Natalia Chaban University of Canterbury, New Zealand
Lilie Chouliaraki London School of Economics and Political Sciences, UK
Maura Conway Dublin City University, Ireland
Cristina Demaria University of Bologna, Italy
Mohammed el-Nawawy Queens University of Charlotte, USA
Mercy Ette University of Leeds, UK 
Shahira Fahmy American University in Cairo, Egypt
Kevin Foster Monash University, Australia
Romy Fröhlich Ludwig Maximilians University, Munich, Germany
Jill Gibbon Leeds Beckett University, UK
Lauren Gould Utrecht University, Netherlands
James Gow King's College London, UK
Michael Griffin Macalester College, USA
Philip Hammond London South Bank University, UK
Stephen Jukes Bournemouth University, UK
Richard Keeble University of Lincoln, UK
Sahar Khamis University of Maryland, USA
Steven Livingston George Washington University, US
Tanner Mirrlees Ontario Tech University, Canada
Saumava Mitra Dublin City University, Ireland
Mette Mortensen University of Copenhagen, Denmark
Sarah Oates University of Maryland, USA
Pippa Oldfield Leeds Arts University, UK
Philip O. Onguny Saint Paul University, Canada
Dima Saber Birmingham City University, UK
Howard Tumber City University London, UK
Ingrid Volkmer University of Melbourne, Australia
Gadi Wolfsfeld Reichman University, Israel
Moran Yarchi Interdisciplinary Center (IDC) Herzliya, Israel
Barbie Zelizer University of Pennsylvania, USA
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