11. September 2019
Daniel Bellingradt (1978) arbeitet seit 2014 als Juniorprofessor für Buchwissenschaft, insbesondere Historische Kommunikationsforschung an der Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg. Nach Studium der Geschichtswissenschaft, Anglistik, Publizistik- und Kommunikationswissenschaft in Berlin und Dublin folgte die Promotion in Berlin (2010). Der Mitherausgeber des Jahrbuchs für Kommunikationsgeschichte forscht und lehrt zu Aspekten einer Medien- und Kommunikationsgeschichte der Neuzeit.
26. Juli 2019
Christian Strippel, (M.A., 2011, University of Münster) is a research assistant and PhD candidate at the Institute for Media and Communication Studies at the Freie Universität Berlin. In his PhD project he works on the convergent use of television and the Internet. His research interests include digital communication, media use, public sphere theory, and sociology of scientific knowledge.
Karin Boczek, born 1986, studied journalism studies, social and economic sciences. She is a PhD student at the Institute for Journalism at Technische Universität Dortmund (Lehrstuhl für Wirtschaftspolitischen Journalismus). Her main research interests are text mining, economic journalism and user comments.
Gerret von Nordheim is a postdoc researcher at TU Dortmund University and the University of Hamburg. His research interest is focused on applications of text mining/NLP-algorithms for the analysis of (social) media content. He is a trained multimedia journalist and a lecturer for different journalism schools and the media authority of North Rhine-Westphalia.
Stefanie Fuchsloch, born 1988, is a PhD student at the Institute for Journalism at Technische Universität Dortmund. She studied European economic law (LL.M.) and media management (B.A.). Prior to that, she completed an apprenticeship as paralegal in judicial services. Her research focus is the European media and Internet law (e.g. text mining, copyright law and regulatory issues regarding journalism).
Freya Sukalla, Dr. (PhD, 2017, University of Augsburg), is a postdoctoral researcher at the Institute of Communication and Media Studies at Leipzig University. She studied communication science at the University of Erfurt. Her research focuses on media processing and effects and health communication.
Franziska Marquart is a postdoctoral researcher at the Amsterdam School of Communication Research, where she works on an ERC-funded project on the antecedents and consequences of public opinion toward the European Union, led by Claes de Vreese. In 2015, she earned her PhD from the University of Vienna in Austria. Her research interests include political communication effects, experimental methods, and the impact of visual communication in various mediated contexts.
Michael Scharkow, Dr. phil., professor of communication at Zeppelin University, Friedrichshafen, Germany. PhD in communication from the University of the Arts Berlin. M.A. in communication, political science and sociology from Freie Universität Berlin. 2006-2009 research associate at the University of the Arts Berlin, 2010-2017 research associate at the University of Hohenheim. His research interests include empirical research methods, online communication, and media use.
Peter J. Schulz, professor of communication theory and director of the Institute of Communication and Health (ICH) at the Università della Svizzera italiana in Lugano, Switzerland. He obtained his higher educational degrees at the University of Freiburg, Germany (M.A. in 1986, philosophy, slavic philology and history) and the University of Eichstaett-Ingolstadt, Germany (PhD in 1998, philosophy). His recent work in the field of health communication research focuses on health literacy and empowerment, doctor-patient communication, and on parental communication and media effects in the health domain.
Anne-Linda Camerini is a postdoctoral researcher at the Institute of Communication and Health (ICH) at the Università della Svizzera italiana in Lugano, Switzerland. She obtained her higher educational degrees at the Friedrich-Schiller-University Jena, Germany (M.A. in 2006, media studies, intercultural business communication, English literature and Italian linguistics) and Università della Svizzera italiana (PhD in 2013, communication science). Her research centers around the concept of health literacy with special interest in the interplay with new technologies (ehealth). Furthermore, she studies the role of media in the development and well-being of children and adolescents. She currently...