Dis/Connect presents its first results and holds workshop for students

The event will take place online, at 9am (GMT) and last for an hour.

The studies on digital disconnection are flourshing, mas Dis/Connect will provide one of the first contributions of comparative research.

Specifically, the studies on Youth and on Locations to disconnect will be showcased.

The event is free of charge, but registration is required here

This presentation is offered in the scope of a workshop on Comparative Research in Media Studies, sponsored by Dis/Connect project to 25 PhD students and early career researchers from Portugal and internationally.

The workshop is also free of charge and last for a total of 6 hours, allowing the participants the ipportunity to discuss their ongoing and/or future projects.

The applications have superseded expectations and are now closed.