Post-truth Politics? Populism, Authenticity and the Discourse of Donald Trump 19/01/2017 (Thursday) 13:00-14:00 This paper focuses on aspects of the discourse of Donald Trump during his successful campaign to become the 45th President of the United States of America. It argues that, although we can undoubtedly identify aspects of authoritarian populism in
The 11th ACSS Conference: Post-Asia Film, Media and Popular Culturewill be held between 14-16 July, 2014, at the University of Macau (old campus)
The 3-day conference has attracted some 120 scholars, researchers, professors and graduate students working in film, media and popular culture studies from the interdisciplinary field of the arts, humanities and social sciences. In addition to a wide array of paper presentations, it also features three keynote lectures by distinguished scholars of international reputation,
With fluent English, swift responsiveness and composed diplomatic etiquette, Dang Hao, a postgraduate student from the Department of Communication, Faculty of Social Sciences and Humanities, University of Macau (UM), won the first prize at a competition on the first Model Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) Taiwan.For more information, please visit the page here.
Prof. Wu Mei and Masters program alum Anni Lam Leong Iok received an Outstanding Achievement Award for Macao Research in Humanities and Social Sciences
Recipients of the Outstanding Achievement Awards for Macao Research in Humanities and Social Sciences, co-organised by the Macao Foundation, Guangdong Social Sciences Association, and the Social Sciences in China Press, have been announced. Of the 395 submissions from mainland China, Hong Kong, Macao and Taiwan (96 monographs, 299 papers), 28 awards were awarded
UM Dept. of Communication signs exchange agreement with Lisbon Consortium allowing for student exchanges in the areas of Creative and Cultural Industries.
In July, Tim Simpson delivered an invited keynote address at the Lisbon Summer School for the Study of Culture, a graduate program offered by the Catholic University of Lisbon and the Lisbon Consortium. While in Lisbon, Prof. Simpson and Prof. Isabel Gil, Dean of Human Sciences at Catholic University, also signed an exchange
In May, Tim Simpson delivered an invited lecture at a meeting of the Hispanic Baroque Project, held at the Universidade Federal Sao Paulo, in Brazil. The Hispanic Baroque Project is funded by a Major Collaborative Research Initiatives Grant financed by the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada. The title of his