dr. (Delia) DD Dumitrica

dr. (Delia) DD Dumitrica
Associate professor Erasmus School of History, Culture and Communication Department of Media and Communication
Location
Burg. Oudlaan 50, Rotterdam
Room
M8-37
Email
dumitrica@eshcc.eur.nl
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Dr. Delia Dumitrica has joined Erasmus University's Department of Media and Communication in 2015 with a research and teaching expertise in Political Communication. Her research focuses on protest communication, digital activism and the discursive construction of the political functions of new media. In addition to this, she preserves a side research interest in everyday and banal forms of nationalism. She is a co-investigator in the project "Social Media and Civic Culture: Investigating Emerging Practices of Democratic Participation in Canada" (funded by the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council in Canada) and an NWO ASPASIA grantee. She holds a PhD in Communication from the University of Calgary, Canada. Her dissertation examined policy, journalistic, and everyday understandings of the Internet in Canada.

In addition to her research agenda, Dr. Dumitrica is also involved in educational innovation. As a Fellow of the EUR's Center for Learning and Innovation, she has explored the use of digital learning objects in teaching qualitative research methods. She has recently been awarded a Comenius Senior Fellowship for her project entitled "Adaptive digital enviornments for qualitative research learning".

Dr. Dumitrica is also a member and currently the co-chair of the Young Erasmus Academy.

  • DD (Delia) Dumitrica (2021) - Social Sciences and the Humanities Research Council (External organisation)
  • Giuliana Sorce & DD (Delia) Dumitrica (2021) - Maintaining activist agency during the pandemic: Fridays for Future’s new digital repertoire
  • DD (Delia) Dumitrica & Alexandra Schwinges (2021) - Raised arms and closed fists: Representing protest in news magazine covers
  • DD (Delia) Dumitrica & Alexandra Schwinges (2021) - Agents of change, agents of contention: Visual representations of protest in news magazine covers
  • DD (Delia) Dumitrica & Giuliana Sorce (2021) - Adapting Activist Repertoires of Action to the Pandemic: The Case of Fridays for the Future
  • DD (Delia) Dumitrica & Giuliana Sorce (2021) - Fridays for Future and COVID-19: activist repertoires of action in times of crisis
  • DD (Delia) Dumitrica (2020) - Social Sciences and the Humanities Research Council (External organisation)
  • Mélodine Sommier & Delia Dumitrica (2020) - "I have the anger of the people in me!" The Yellow Vests and the symbolic struggle over 'the people'
  • DD (Delia) Dumitrica (2020) - Using blended learning in teaching qualitative research methods for media & communication studies
  • Delia Dumitrica (2019) - Protesting and Having Fun: Humor in the 2017 Romanian Anti-Corruption Grassroots Mobilization
  • Delia Dumitrica (2019) - Humor in Collective Action: The 2017 Romanian Anti-Corruption Protests
  • Delia Dumitrica (2019) - Visible and invisible communication: the integration of social media in Dutch NGOs’ communication ecosystem
  • Delia Dumitrica (2019) - Voice and Listening in Social Media Facilitated Activist Collectives
  • Delia Dumitrica & G Gaden-Jones (2018) - Developing the control imaginary: The symbolic construction of ICTs in Time magazine
  • Delia Dumitrica (2018) - Transnational Flows in National Social Movements: the 2017 Anti-Corruption Civic Mobilization in Romania
  • Delia Dumitrica, M Bakardjieva & M Felt (2018) - The Mediatization of Leadership: Grassroots Digital Facilitators as Organic Intellectuals
  • Delia Dumitrica & G Gaden-Jones (2018) - Developing the control imaginary: Time magazine’s symbolic construction of digital technologies
  • Delia Dumitrica (2018) - The Dark Side of Social Media: Dealing with Obstacles in Digital Activism
  • Delia Dumitrica (2016) - Facebook’s Global Imaginary: The Symbolic Production of the World Through Social Media

Master Thesis

Level
MA-2
Year
2022
Year Level
MA-2
Course Code
CS5050

New Media, Politics and Campaigns

Level
MA
Year
2022
Year Level
MA
Course Code
CM4493

Master Class

Year
2022
Year Level
MA, MA, MA, MA
Course Code
CM4500

Master Thesis

Year
2022
Year Level
MA, MA, MA, MA
Course Code
CM5000

Methods of Media Research II

Level
MA
Year
2022
Year Level
MA
Course Code
CM4304C

Methods of Media Research I

Level
MA
Year
2022
Year Level
MA
Course Code
CM4304B

New Media and Political Communication

Level
BA-2
Year
2022
Year Level
BA-2
Course Code
CM2552

Qual. Methods in Media and Comm.

Year
2022
Year Level
BA-2, Pre-master, Pre-master, Pre-master, Pre-master
Course Code
CM2006

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