Erasmus Research Centre for Media, Communication and Culture (ERMeCC)
ERMeCC is a research centre located within the Erasmus School of History, Culture and Communication at Erasmus University Rotterdam. Researchers at ERMeCC carry out interdisciplinary research in the field of media, communication and culture. ERMeCC's mission is to operate as an international, national and local centre of expertise for high-quality research into the myriad relationships between media, society, culture, and business.
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Femke Vandenberg interviewed by NRC about missing togetherness when experiencing live music during Covid19In the media
Cultureel socioloog Femke Vandenberg (ESHCC) is geïnterviewd door het NRC over een recent onderzoek dat zij uitvoerde met ESHCC-collega's Julian Schaap en Michaël Berghman.
The Department of Media & Communication will be welcoming new colleagues!
Shangwei Wu (ESHCC) recently published a new article on dating apps titled “Domesticating Dating Apps: Non-single Chinese Gay Men’s Dating App Use and Negotiations of Relational Boundaries”.
Music Talks #5: Festivals and Corona - the livestreamed artistic symposium was organized by Britt Swartjes and Julian Schaap (ESHCC), in cooporation with, Roodkapje, Operator Radio and the Popunie.
PhD Club BlogGo to PhD Club page
Recently, several PhD candidates joined the ESHCC faculty. In this series, we would like to introduce them to you. Xiaoyu Zhang’s research domain includes cyber nationalism in Chinese context.
Shangwei Wu recently defended his PhD titled: ‘Beyond Casual Sex: Dating Apps and the Reformation of Gay Relationships in China’. In this interview, Shangwei reflects on his academic journey so far.
Recently, several PhD candidates joined the ESHCC faculty. In this series, we would like to introduce them to you. Cheng studies immersive news video and its impact on the news audience at ERMeCC.