In Atelier 2 „Media and CSO Approaches to Mutual Understanding within and across Societies“ at the WIKA Workshop 2020 Dr. Paul Mihailidis (Associate Professor and Senior Fellow at Emerson College, Boston, MA; Faculty Chair and Director of the Salzburg Academy on Media and Global Change, Salzburg) in his presentation „Persistent Media Literacies: Civic Empowerment and Cultural Participation in a Time of Rampant Media Cynicism“ detailed three areas eroding public trust and engagement and their contributions to the fracturing of social cohesion and to growing cynicism, and presented the concept and approach of persistent media literacies to combat this growing media cynicism.
The WIKA Workshop 2020 focused on „Cultures Underway. Cultural Divides within and across Societies“. It is headed by the Chairwoman of the Academic Council on Culture and Foreign Policy (Wissenschaftlicher Intitiativkreis Kultur und Außenpolitik, WIKA), Prof. Dr. Caroline Y. Robertson-von Trotha, and Secretary General of the Institute for Foreign Cultural Relations (ifa), Ronald Grätz. The WIKA Workshop 2020 took place on Friday, 4 December 2020 as a fully virtual event.
Further information: http://www.zak.kit.edu/english/7465.php
- Persistent Media Literacies: Civic Empowerment in a Time of Media Cynicism (Dr. Paul Mihailidis) - 07.01.2021
- How Populism and Nationalism influence Cultural Relations and Diplomacy (Prof. Dr. Richard Higgott) - 06.01.2021
- (Trailer) Colloquium Fundamentale: Zur politischen Kultur im Western der Gegenwart - 18.12.2020
- China: Menschenrechte und Diktatur (Prof. Dirk Pleiter, Anne Renzenbrink) - 11.12.2020
- Lumbung und die Kunst: Paradigmenwechsel in der Kulturpolitik (Prof. Dr. Julius Heinicke) - 08.12.2020