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What is ZeM?

The Brandenburg Centre for Media Studies (ZeM) is, by statute, a joint research facility of the universities of the state of Brandenburg.

Funding policy

New qualifying dates 2018 for applications for supported formats:
30 September 2018


WORKSHOP

The Digital View - Mixed Methods in Image Analysis - Quantitative versus qualitative approaches

The workshop is part of the research project "ANCI" (analysing networked climate images), which is dedicated to the topic of similarity as a factor of image comparison using the example of climate images on the Internet.


EXHIBITION

HOME MOVIE COME BACK

The exhibition HOME MOVIE COME BACK will open on July 6, 2018. The exhibition shows the history of home cinema and is supported by the ZeM. Admission is free.

ZeM-NEWS

Code of Good Working Conditions in Media Studies

As a media science institution, we are committed to the goals and principles formulated in the Code for good working conditions in media science.

ZeM-NEWS

Förderlinien online

Die Förderlinien zur Forschungsförderung für ZeM-Mitglieder sind nun online und können hier heruntergeladen werden.

PUBLICATION

Bilder verteilen (Distributing Pictures)

Digital photographs are omnipresent: they are produced, distributed, commented on and stored billions of times every day. In interaction with digital technologies and social networks, practices have emerged that have radically changed the production and reception, distribution and archiving of photographic images.

PUBLICATION

Machtzeichen (Signs of Power)

Computers, in the present day, are linked in a fundamental sense, with demands for regulation and questions of availability – with the desire for and the fear of control. What forms of availability are these?