Get to know the ‘Media Regualtion’ speakers (Parallel Session C1)

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The next parallel sessions will begin on Saturday, July 18 from 2 pm to 3:30 pm. The first one will be covering the topic ‘Media Regulation’. In the following you can read all about the speakers of this session.

Christine Horz from University Erfurt in Germany will start the session with her topic ‘The ZDF-decision of the Federal Constitutional Court and the reform of Public Service Media (PSM) regulation in Germany – a change towards diversity, plurality and media-governance?’ She received her PhD in Communication Studies at University of Erfurt, with a qualitative study about Iranian immigrant community media.

Corinna Wenzel from Austrian Academy of Science in Austria will give a speech about ‘Public Media Subsidies – Democratic Media Performance? An international comparison’.

Ayad Al-Ani from Humboldt Institute for Internet and Society in Berlin will deliver a speech about ‘Government as a Platform? Public Virtual Structures for Service Delivery and Participation as Elements of a Renewed Public Administration’.

Dr. John Humphrey’s research interests are in the history of philosophy. He has published articles in ancient philosophy, nineteenth century philosophy, and critical theory in such journals as Convergence Review, Existentia Meletai Sophias: An International Journal of Philosophy, Nordicum-Mediterraneum, Philosophy and Literature, and Southwest Philosophical Review. He has also published a translation of Joan Stambaugh’s Untersuchungen zur Problem der Zeit bei Nietzsche under the title of The Problem of Time in Nietzsche. Dr. Humphrey is a member of the National Forensic League, the American Philosophical Association, the North Carolina Philosophical Society, the Society for Ancient Greek Philosophy, and the Western North Carolina Continental Philosophy Circle. Currently, Dr. Humphrey serves on the Board of Directors of Quaker House. He will present the topic ‘Democracy: Exclusion or Inclusion?’.

If you find our speakers interesting, we would be very pleased to see you at our conference in Berlin!

You also can find specific information about the programme following:



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