|The 5 th International Symposium |
"COMMUNICATION IN THE MILLENNIUM, A DIALOGUE BETWEEN TURKISH AND AMERICAN SCHOLARS"
Deadline: February 16, 2007
The world is getting smaller with high technology-based communication systems. This also brings people together. Especially, Communication scholars should be close to one another and this is why we are bringing them together for the fifth time.
This fifth reunion will take place at Indiana University in U.S.A.
The first International Symposium "COMMUNICATION IN THE MILLENNIUM, A DIALOGUE BETWEEN TURKISH AND AMERICAN SCHOLARS" took place at University of Texas at Austin between the dates 19 - 21 February 2003.
The second year's host was Istanbul University, School of Communications. The second International Symposium took place between the dates 17-19 March 2004.
The third symposium was hosted by University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and Elon University in May 11-13, 2005.
And the forth one was hosted by Anadolu University, Eskisehir in June 14-16, 2006.
This International Symposium is rotating between the two countries and the fifth annual meetings date is May 16-18, 2007.
Ultimately, the aim of the symposium is to establish and maintain an international multidisciplinary forum for the development of innovative dialogue between Turkish and American scholars.
Secondly, it is hoped that it would provide basis for discussing the basic issue.
And with this dialogue, future projects and comparative studies will be developed.
The symposium aims to foster and promote work that is intended to make a constructive contribution to the communication field and its development.
The symposium welcomes work of scholars and graduate students in the communication field.
Submission form - at http://cim.anadolu.edu.tr/?page=online
Looking forward to seeing you in USA for the 5 th International Symposium
Guidelines for Authors
The Committee seeks original papers on a variety of topics, including:
Other topics will be considered if space is available on the program.
Dean Prof. Dr. Brad Hamm says that
We believe that Indiana is a good choice for these reasons:
Bloomington is a great college town with many international restaurants within walking distance. In addition, Indianapolis is nearby and conference guests could consider a visit to Chicago at the end of our scheduled activities.
We believe our international and American participants would enjoy their stay in Indiana for the conference, and we have the structure — hotels, restaurants, shuttle service, meeting space — to handle such an event.