MCC-2019

International conference "Modern Culture and Communication" (MCC-2019)
Wroclaw, Poland, 8-10 june, 2019

Organizers

University of Wroclaw
Saint-Petersburg State University

 

Modern Culture and Communication

International conference "Modern Culture and Communication" (MCC-2019)
Wroclaw, Poland, 8-10 June, 2019

NEW! Submission deadline extended to April 15, 2019.

We invite you to participate in the first International Conference «Modern Culture and Communication, MCC-2019», which is going to be held at the University of Wroclaw, Poland, June 8-10, 2019. The conference is organized by the University of Wroclaw (Poland) and St. Petersburg State University (Russia). The working language of the conference is English.

The purpose of the conference is to discuss topical issues of cultural transformation in the context of developing ways of communication, which are the product of the modern information society. The target audience includes researchers of trends in the development of various aspects of the culture of modern society, university professors, employees of research organizations, graduate students and students.

In 2019, the main topic of the conference is “Image and Communication”.As part of this topic, there will be discussed problems of image formation in the space of modern communication, the impact of human involvement in modern communication practices on the transformation of cultural space, aesthetic aspects of image representation through modern communication practices. The actualization of the problematic field of modern communication is intended by the conference organizers to be across-disciplinary research area, where various methods and approaches of human and natural sciences are welcome – from the sociological, linguistic, statistical analysis to a biological, medical and philosophical one. Modern communication, as a phenomenon inherently having an archetypal meaning, can be elaborated with the help of scientists from various fields of academic knowledge and interest.

In addition to the main topic, the conference program includes the following areas of research: