dr. (Jiska) JM Engelbert

dr. (Jiska) JM Engelbert
Associate professor Erasmus School of History, Culture and Communication Department of Media and Communication
Location
Burg. Oudlaan 50, Rotterdam
Email
engelbert@eshcc.eur.nl
Researcher Erasmus School of Social and Behavioural Sciences Sociology
Location
Burg. Oudlaan 50, Rotterdam
Email
engelbert@essb.eur.nl

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Jiska Engelbert (PhD, Aberystwyth 2009) is Associate Professor in the Department of Media and Communication and the Erasmus Research Centre for Media Communication and Culture (ERMeCC). She currently works on projects at the Erasmus School of Social and Behavioural Sciences (Leiden-Delft-Erasmus Centre for BOLD Cities and Erasmus Institute for Public Knowledge). She co-leads the smart cities and communities theme within the Erasmus Vital Cities and Citizens Initiative, is Strategic Director at the Centre for BÖLD Cities, and the Academic Lead for the Master Honours Programme "Tackling Inequalities". Jiska’s research focuses on the discursive construction of public issues under neoliberalism and the political economy of smart cities.

  • Isabel Awad Cherit, S Azrioual, T Cieraad, A Costa, K De Vries, Jiska Engelbert, I Lochem, A Nzume, J Olivieira, Jacco Sterkenburg, Alex Stipriaan Luiscius & JR Ward (2015) - PIET: Handboek voor een moderne Sinterklaasviering - Trichis / Noturban

  • Jiska Engelbert (2017) - Pseudo-events - doi: 10.1002/9781118783764.wbieme0103 - [link] - Wiley-Blackwell
  • Isabel Awad Cherit & Jiska Engelbert (2014) - Between diversity and pluriformity: The “New Style” of Dutch Public Broadcasting - Intellect
  • Jiska Engelbert & Jacob Groshek (2014) - The public relations of populism: An international perspective of public diplomacy trends - Peter Lang

  • Jiska Engelbert & M Pantti (2014) - Training responsible neoliberal citizens: Media-oriented benevolence in the Big Society
  • Jiska Engelbert & Isabel Awad Cherit (2014) - The mediated politics of migration and risk management
  • Isabel Awad Cherit & Jiska Engelbert (2014) - Between diversity and pluriformity
  • Jiska Engelbert (2013) - Close encounters: Exploring the political potential of mediated benevolence
  • Jiska Engelbert (2013) - Rhetorical agency in ideological dispute: Party members discursive legitimisation of contested political narratives
  • Jiska Engelbert (2013) - Close encounters: Passion and emotional conviction in proximal campaigns
  • Jiska Engelbert & AH Kuppens (2013) - Sewing the seeds of motherhood: the socio-political dynamics of sewing mummy blogs

  • Jiska Engelbert (2009) - Defining New Labour - Aberystwyth University

  • Frank Weij & Jiska Engelbert (2018) - Artivism as a vehicle for everyday political participation by celebrities
  • Frank Weij, Pauwke Berkers & Jiska Engelbert (2015) - Appealing protest: An analysis of YouTube user comments to Pussy Riot's recorded punk performances
  • Pauwke Berkers, Frank Weij & Jiska Engelbert (2015) - The appeal of protesting musicians: Pussy Riot, mediatization and the construction of cosmopolitan citizenship
  • Frank Weij, Pauwke Berkers & Jiska Engelbert (2014) - Punk as vehicle: The role of music in the reception of Pussy Riot’s political activism
  • Frank Weij, Pauwke Berkers & Jiska Engelbert (2014) - The appeal of protesting artists: Western solidarity with Pussy Riot and the construction of cosmopolitan citizenship
  • Jiska Engelbert & Isabel Awad Cherit (2011) - Public service broadcasting, (re-)pillarisation and social inclusion.
  • Isabel Awad Cherit & Jiska Engelbert (2011) - Between diversity and pluriformity: The `new style' of Dutch public broadcasting
  • Jiska Engelbert (2011) - De ideologie van alledag
  • Jiska Engelbert & PM (Patrick) McCurdy (2011) - Capitalising on the plasticity of impartiality
  • Jiska Engelbert & PM (Patrick) McCurdy (2011) - The (un)bound BBC
  • Jacob Groshek & Jiska Engelbert (2011) - A cross-national comparison of populist political movements and media uses in the US and the Netherlands
  • Jiska Engelbert & PM (Patrick) McCurdy (2011) - The BBC under fire. The rhetorical affordances of impartiality
  • Jiska Engelbert (2010) - From cause to concern. Critical Discourse Analysis and extra-discursive interests
  • PM (Patrick) McCurdy & Jiska Engelbert (2010) - Impartial to suffering? An analysis of the BBC's decision not to broadcast the 2009 Disasters Emergence Committee appeal in Gaza
  • Jiska Engelbert (2009) - Mediating monarchy
  • Jiska Engelbert (2009) - The concessionary gift of the royal spectacle
  • Jiska Engelbert (2009) - Talking of New Labour

  • Jiska Engelbert (2014) - Unknown event - Unknown event

  • Jiska Engelbert (2018) - Ethics and equality in the smart city - Kenniswerkplaats Urban Big Data, Leiden-Delft-Erasmus alliance

  • Jiska Engelbert (2017) - The terms of debate - The Future of the University
  • Jiska Engelbert (2017) - Shared principles for the smart city - ThingsCon

3.1 Smart and Shared Cities I

Year
2021
Course Code
FSWMINSSC1

3.1 Smart and Shared Cities II

Year
2021
Course Code
FSWMINSSC2

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