dr. (Delia) D.D. Dumitrica

dr. (Delia) D.D. Dumitrica
Assistant Professor Erasmus School of History, Culture and Communication Department of Media and Communication
Location
Erasmus University Rotterdam
Room
M 8-41
Telephone
+31 10 4088607
Email
dumitrica@eshcc.eur.nl

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Delia Dumitrica recently joined Erasmus University's Department of Media and Communication as an Assistant Professor in Political Communcication. 

Delia Dumitrica's…

Delia Dumitrica recently joined Erasmus University's Department of Media and Communication as an Assistant Professor in Political Communcication. 

Delia Dumitrica's research interests focus on novel practices of civic engagement through social media. She is a co-investigator in the project entitled: Social Media and Civic Culture: Investigating Emerging Practices of Democratic Participation in Canada(funded by the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council in Canada).

Delia Dumitrica is also doing research on the intersection between communication technology, nationalism and globalization.

Prior to joining Erasmus University, Delia Dumitrica has studied, lived and taught in five different countries across two continents (Romania, Hungary, Norway, Canada and Spain). She holds a PhD in Communication from the University of Calgary, Canada. Her dissertation examined the discursive construction of the Internet in Canadian policy and media, as compared to everyday understandings of this technology.

      • D.D. Dumitrica (2016). Facebook’s Global Imaginary: The Symbolic Production of the World through Social Media. In B. Goss, J. Caranana & M. Gould (Eds.), Talking Back to Globalization: Texts, Practices and Interventions (pp. 193-214). New York: Peter Lang
      • D.D. Dumitrica & A. Williams (2016). To MOOC or not to MOOC: An exploration of their purpose, fate and future tensions from the perspective of Canadian educators. In W Lehmann (Ed.), Education and Society. Canadian Perspectives (pp. 221-237). Don Mills, ON: Oxford University Press Canada
      • D.D. Dumitrica & S. Wyatt (Eds.). (2015) Canadian Journal of Communication (online), 40(4).
      • D.D. Dumitrica (2016, mei 3). Individualizing Engagement: Representations of Social Media and Political Engagement in the Canadian Press. Sodertorn University, Sweden, Media and Communication - Higher Seminar.
      • D.D. Dumitrica (2016, mei 13). Individualising Engagement: Representations of Social Media and Political Engagement in theCanadian Press. Department of Media Studies, Stockholm University, Screening Protest Symposium.
      • D.D. Dumitrica (2016, juni 13). Facebook's Global Imaginary. The Symbolic Production of the World through Social Media. University of Vienna, Vienna, Austria, 3rd ISA Forum of Sociology.
      • M. Bakardjieva & D.D. Dumitrica (2016, juli 11). Activation Trajectories: Tracing the Role of Social Media in Civic Mobilizations in Bulgaria and Canada. University of Vienna, Vienna, Austria, 3rd ISA Forum of Sociology.
      • A. Williams & D.D. Dumitrica (2016, mei 30). MOOCs in Canada: A case study investigation of the promises and challenges of “public education” in the past, present, and future. University of Calgary, Calgary, Canadian Sociological Association Annual Conference.
      • D.D. Dumitrica (2016, november 10). Facebook’s Global Imaginary: The Symbolic Production of the World Through Social Media. Prague, ECREA 6th European Communication Conference.
      • D.D. Dumitrica (2016, april 21). Individualizing Engagement: Representations of Social Media and Political Engagement in the Canadian Press. Department of Informatics and Media, Uppsala University, Guest Lecture.
      • D.D. Dumitrica (2016, mei 30). The Commodification of Banal Nationalism: Daily Visual Representations of Nationhood. University of Calgary, Calgary, Canada, Canadian Sociology Association Annual Conference.
      • D.D. Dumitrica & A. Williams (2016, mei 28). Fixing Canadian Higher Education: An Analysis of the Print Coverage of Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs). Calgary, University of Calgary, Canadian Communication Association Annual Conference.
      • D.D. Dumitrica & M. Bakardjieva (2016, mei 28). The anatomy of a grassroots civic mobilization: connective logic or collective action? University of Calgary, Calgary, Canada, Canadian Communication Association Annual Conference.
      • D.D. Dumitrica (2016, april 14). Imagining the Canadian Internet: A Case of Discursive Nationalization of Technology. Columbia University, New York, USA, 21st Annual Convention of the Association for the Study of Nationalities.
      • D.D. Dumitrica (2016, maart 10). The ‘extra muscle’ of activism: Representations of Social Media and Political Engagement in the Canadian Press. Erasmus University, the Netherlands, ERMeCC Lunch Lecture.
      • D.D. Dumitrica (2016, juni 13). The Truth about Algorithms. . Retrieved Jan 17, 2017, from https://www.opendemocracy.net/digitalliberties/truth-about-algorithms
      • D.D. Dumitrica (2017). Panelist: The Commodification of Banal Nationalism. Daily Visual Representations of Nations in a World of Mobilities. The 67th Annual Conference of the International Communication Association: San Diego, CA (2017, mei 25 - 2017, mei 29).
      • D.D. Dumitrica & K. Uhsemann (2017). Panelist: ‘The blessing and the curse’: Grassroots mobilization via social media during the refugee crisis in Berlin. The 67th Annual Conference of the International Communication Association: San Diego, CA (2017, mei 25 - 2017, mei 29).
      • D.D. Dumitrica (2017). Panelist: Is Facebook turning us into cultural hybrids? Discourses on the role of Facebook in the construction of cultural identity. ECREA DMM Conference Bilbao: Migration and communication flows: rethinking borders, conflict and identity through the digital: Bilbao, Spain (2017, november 2 - 2017, november 3).
      • D.D. Dumitrica & E. Achterberg (2017). Panelist: Digital Activism and the Civic Subject Position. CeDEM'17 International Conference for E-Democracy and Open Government 2017: Krems, Austria (2017, mei 17 - 2017, mei 19).
      • D.D. Dumitrica (2017). Panelist: The Commodification of Banal Nationalism: Daily Visual Representations of Nations in a World of Mobilities. Locating Imagination: Popular Culture, Tourism, and Belonging: Rotterdam, The Netherlands (2017, april 5 - 2017, april 7).
  • Introduction to Human Communication

    Title
    Introduction to Human Communication
    Year
    2017
    Period
    TERM 1
    Year level
    BA-1 (International Bachelor Communication and Media)

    Qual. Methods in Media and Comm.

    Title
    Qual. Methods in Media and Comm.
    Year
    2017
    Period
    TERM 2
    Year level
    BA-2 (International Bachelor Communication and Media), Pre-master (Media & Business)

    Media and Politics

    Title
    Media and Politics
    Year
    2017
    Period
    TERM 1
    Year level
    BA-2 (International Bachelor Communication and Media), BA-3 (International Bachelor Communication and Media)

    New Media and Political Communication

    Title
    New Media and Political Communication
    Year
    2017
    Period
    TERM 3
    Year level
    BA-2 (International Bachelor Communication and Media)

    Internship

    Title
    Internship
    Year
    2017
    Period
    TERM 4
    Year level
    BA-2 (International Bachelor Communication and Media)

    Methods of Media Research MB

    Title
    Methods of Media Research MB
    Year
    2017
    Period
    TERM 1
    Year level
    MA (Media & Business)

    Master Class

    Title
    Master Class
    Year
    2017
    Period
    TERM 1
    Year level
    MA (Media & Cultuur), MA (Media & Journalistiek), MA (Media, Culture & Society), MA (Media & Business)

    Methods of Media Research II

    Title
    Methods of Media Research II
    Year
    2017
    Period
    TERM 3
    Year level
    MA (Media & Cultuur), MA (Media & Journalistiek), MA (Media, Culture & Society), MA (Media & Business)

    Master's Thesis

    Title
    Master's Thesis
    Year
    2017
    Period
    TERM 4
    Year level
    MA (Media & Cultuur), MA (Media & Journalistiek), MA (Media, Culture & Society), MA (Media & Business)
  • Assistant Professor

    University
    Erasmus University Rotterdam
    School
    Erasmus School of History, Culture and Communication
    Department
    Department of Media and Communication
    Country
    Nederland
    Telephone
    +31 10 4088607

    Adjunct Assistant Professor

    University
    University of Calgary
    Department
    Canada
    Country
    Nederland
    Telephone
    +31 10 4088607

Address

Visiting address

Burg. Oudlaan 50 3062 PA Rotterdam

Postal address

Postbus 1738 3000 DR Rotterdam