PUBLIC ADDRESSES

Since 2010, Ms Brambila has presented over 40 invited talks and academic papers in international congress (ICA and IAMCR) and universities at Japan, Norway, France, Germany, U.S., Mexico and UK (Oxford, London, Aberdeen, Sheffield).

CONFERENCES and PUBLIC ADDRESSES

  1. (2017) “Between Violence and Resistance”, presented at the International conference on Media, War and Conflict, Oslo, Norway, November 2.
  2. (2017) “The role of journalists’ strategies for resilience in Mexico´s wave of antipress violence”, presented at the conference Discontinuities and resistance in Latin America, Pilas Annual Conference, Leeds, United Kingdom, June 26.
  3. (2017) “Scaling Down: The Menu of Media Manipulation in Subnational Hybrid Regimes”, presented at the third Annual International Journal of Press/Politics conference, Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism, University of Oxford, United Kingdom, September 29.
  4. (2017) “Doing Journalism Under the Siege of Violence: The Role of Resources Developing Strategies for “Safety Autonomy”, presented at the Research Intervention and Exchange Across the U.S./Mexican Border International Communication Association (ICA) Preconference, University of San Diego, United States, May 25.
  5. (2017) “The Role of News Safety Organizations in México´s Wave of Anti-press Violence”, presented at the Symposium on Foreign Aid and Journalism, University of Leeds, United Kingdom, April 20.
  6. (2016) “Scaling down: The menu of manipulation in subnational hybrid regimes”, presented at the seminar Media and Conflict: International perspectives, University of Leeds, United Kingdom, September 6.
  7. (2016) “JFK in México: Presidential Visit as a Public Diplomacy Strategy”, presented at the International Association for Media and Communication Research (IAMCR), History Section, Leicester, United Kingdom, July 30.
  8. (2016) “Anti Press-Violence in Post-authoritarian Societies: Sub-national Comparisons in Contemporary Mexico”, presented at the International Association for Media and Communication Research (IAMCR), Post-authoritarian section, Leicester, United Kingdom, July 29.
  9. (2016) “Determinants, patterns and predictors of antipress violence in Mexico’s states”, presented at the Third edition of Media and Governance conference, University of Leeds, United Kingdom, June 24.
  10. (2016) “The Subnational Approach in Media Studies: Anti-press Violence and Journalist’s Collective Response”, presented at the Journalism Studies Graduate Student Colloquium, ICA pre-conference Fukuoka, Japan, June 9.
  11. (2016) “The Logic of Anti-press Violence: Patterns and Predictors”, presented at the IAMCR pre conference, Freedom of Information in Crisis Zones, City University London, United Kingdom, May 26-27.
  12. (2016) “The subnational comparative approach: Comparing anti-press violence at the Mexican provinces”, presented at the PhD Spring Symposium, March 21.
  13. (2015), “Violencia contra la prensa en México. Una mirada subnacional”, presented at the seminar Informando y comunicando la guerra a las drogas en México, Colegio de la Frontera Norte, Mexico City, August 20.
  14. (2015), “Boundary Control Strategies to Local News Media: Insights from Mexican Provinces”, presented at the UNESCO Session at the 10th Edition of the Global Communication Association Conference, Berlin, July 18.
  15. (2015), “Exploring Freedom of the Media at Subnational Level in Mexico”, presented at the Media and Governance Conference, University of Sheffield, June 25
  16. (2015), “The Subnational Comparative Approach in Communication Studies”, presented at the Media and Communications LSE Symposium, LSE, London, June 19.
  17. (2015), “El enfoque subnacional en los estudios de medios: el caso de la libertad de prensa en las provincias de México”, presented at the ICA post-conference, San Juan, Puerto Rico, May 26.
  18. (2015), “The Subnational Media Approach: The Case of Freedom of the Media
    in the Mexican Provinces”, presented at the ICA Annual Conference, Journalism Division, San Juan, Puerto Rico, May 24.
  19. (2015),“Media reform in Mexico Continuity or change?”, presented at the 51th Anniversary Conference of the Society of Latin American Studies, University of Aberdeen, Scotland, April 18.
  20. (2015), “Subnational Media Systems in New Democracies. The Case of Local Media Systems in Mexican Provinces”, presented at the 51th Anniversary Conference of the Society of Latin American Studies, University of Aberdeen, Scotland, April 18.
  21. (2015) “The Aristegui Fired and the Barriers to Investigative Journalism in Mexico”, presented at the Mexican Society Seminar, UCL, London, April 21.
  22. (2015), “The Subnational Media Approach”, presented at the Journalism Studies PGR Seminar, The University of Sheffield, April 15.
  23. (2014), “PSM in New Democracies: Making News for Democracy in Latin America and Mexico”, to be presented at Bi-Annual Conference of Re-Visionary Interpretations of the Public Service Broadcasting, Keio University, Japan, 27-29 August.
  24. (2014), “Thinking Below the Surface: The Subnational Comparative Approach in Mexico”, presented at the Annenberg-Oxford Media Policy Summer School, Oxford University, June 30.
  25. (2014) “Many Mexico´s: Media Systems Below the Surface”, presented at the Journalism Studies PGR Day, The University of Sheffield, June 25.
  26. (2014) “Subnational Media Systems in New Democracies”, presented at Postgraduates in Latin American Studies Conference, The University of Sheffield, June 13.
  27. (2014) “The Subnational Comparative Method in Media Studies: The Case of Mexico”, presented at Media and Governance in Latin America conference, The Universidad of Sheffield, May 13.
  28. (2014) “Communication Policies During Drugs War in Mexico”, presented at the 50th Anniversary Conference of the Society of Latin American Studies, Birbeck College, University of London, April 4.
  29. (2014) (with Dr Juárez) “Political Information in the Public Sphere: Political Ads in Mexico”, presented at the 50th Anniversary Conference of the Society of Latin American Studies, Birbeck College, University of London, April 4.
  30. (2013) “The Framing Coverage of the Student Movement During Authoritarian Mexico”, presented at the 5th Annual Conference of the Department of Journalism and Mass Communication, Westminter University, London, June 13.
  31. (2012) “Medios de comunicación y democracia en México”, presented at the Seminario de Análisis del Proceso Electoral Federal 2011-2012, El Colegio de México, Mexico City, November 12.
  32. (2012), “Telecracia en México. Medios y poder en democracia”, presented at the Jornada Comunicación, Criminología y Poder, presented at UNAM, October 18.
  33. (2012), “Captura del Estado. Monopolios que paralizan”, presented at the Diagnóstico Electoral course, Instituto del Derecho de Asilo-Museo Casa de León Trotsky, Mexico City, May 10.
  34. (2011) “Los medios y la popularidad de Fox durante la guerra de Iraq”, presented at the Segunda Semana del Mundo Árabe e Islámico: Asia y África, CIDE, Mexico City, October 25.
  35. (2011), “La democracia mediatizada, la televisión y el derecho a la información”, presented at the Seminario Interinstitucional del Colegio Internacional de Graduados, CIESAS, May 16.
  36. (2011), “La televisión, el derecho a la comunicación y la consolidación democrática”, presented at the Encuentro Nacional, AMEDI, Ciudad de México, April 6.
  37. (2011), “La importancia del Canal del Congreso para la democracia mexicana”, presented at the Foro la importancia del Canal del Congreso, Mexico City, March 16.
  38. (2011), “Televisión, Derecho a la Información y Consolidación de la Democracia”, presented at the CIG, Free University, Potsdam, 14 de enero.
  39. (2010), “Impactos y alcances de la Era de la Información en Medio Oriente”, presented at the Semana del Mundo Árabe e Islámico: Asia y África, Centro de Investigación y Docencia Economicas, Mexico City, November 29.
  40. (2010) “Impactos   y alcances en la era de la información en Medio Oriente. El caso de Al-Jazeera” presented at the Congreso Nacional de la Asociación Latinoamericana de Estudios de Asia y África, Universidad de Colima, May 12.

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