Welcome to the Department of Communication & Media Studies

DLA Intro – Exhibition

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Exhibition of the students of The University of Pécs, Faculty of Arts, Doctoral School. 

The exhibition can be visited between 22nd September and 3rd October 2015. 

Consumption and Communities - An Interdisciplinary Symposium

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Time: 25th to 26th November 2015.

Location: University of Pécs, Faculty of Economics, Halasy Great Hall

Alumni Academy

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We welcome you at the upcoming Alumni Academy lecture, where two former students of The University of Pécs share their – very strong – professional experiences.

Toy Ladders – An Exhibition by Kinga Karsai

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Time: 22nd September 2015

Place: Pécs, Zsolnay Cultural Quarter, E25

Late-modern Gerillas

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Lecture series at the University of Pécs by the Department of Communication and Media Studies. 

Time: 2015/2016 winter semester.

MédiaStaféta - Conference Series

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The organisers of the event – Budapest University of Technology and Economics, Babeș-Bolyai University, Eötvös Loránd University, University of Debrecen, University of Pécs –  aim to provide an open forum for the discussion of current theoretical and methodological issues concerning communication and media studies.

Free Our Media! Media Freedom in Europe - Limited edition?

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Following the recent attacks on free press the European Youth Press has launched its "Free
Our Media! Media Freedom in Europe - Limited Edition?" programme. The project aims is to explore the current state of freedom of expression in Europe with the help of young people working in the media.

Exhibition by Attila Illyés

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Time:  5th May, 2015
Place:  Faculty of Humanities in Zsolnay Cultural Quarter 

Language and Communication – New Doctoral Program

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From the autumn of 2015, a new Language and Communication doctoral program starts in Pecs 
within the framework of the Doctoral School of Linguistics. The head of the doctoral program is 
professor Lajos Császi, doctor of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences.

Talking Objects – Exhibition

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Recently, a number of news reports focused on the role of communication and media studies, its 
significance in the past and the future. However, it was typical that those who are affected the most 
– students of communication and media studies, lecturers and staff – did not have the chance to 
make their voices to be heard. We wanted to change this situation: we offered an opportunity to 
anyone to tell what he or she thinks about this field.