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
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
Prof. Tan See Kam was recently elected to be Chairman of the Asian Cinema Studies Society (ACSS). His election took place at the 10th ACSS international conference held at Hong Kong University, in March 2012. He is also the new Editor of the Asian Cinema journal, published by Intellect Press, an internationally renowned
Prof. Sheldon Lu from the University of California Davis will give a talk on the "Four Major Critical Paradigms in Contemporary Chinese-Language Film Studies" at 16:00-18:00, in L205A [...] Abstract: The talk traces the genealogy and characteristics of four prominent theoretical models in Chinese film studies: Chinese national cinema, transnational Chinese cinema, Chinese-language