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August

Docent lecture - Paola Sartoretto

27 August - 27 August

13:00 - 15:00

Via Zoom

<p><strong>Welcome to Paola Sartoretto&#39;s associate professor lecture!</strong></p><p><strong>Titel:<br />Communication of the Oppressed - conditions and possibilities for resistant appropriations of media technologies</strong>&nbsp;</p><p>How do marginalised groups use media as tools for political action? What is the importance of communication for social mobilsation under conditions of oppression? In this lecture I reflect on my ten years of research on activist media and communication within social movements to understand the conditions through which communicative processes can be a way to resist against oppression.&nbsp;</p><p>The work of Brazilian educator and philosopher Paulo Freire, internationally known for his book Pedagogy of the Oppressed, foregrounds the discussion in which I establish connections between education, communication and political action. Freire argued that learning to &lsquo;write the&nbsp;<em>word</em>&rsquo; is essential to &lsquo;write the&nbsp;<em>world</em>&rsquo; and overcome oppression. I argue that in hyper-mediated and unequal contemporary societies writing the world is a communicative process that includes, but is not limited to, resistant appropriations of media technologies by marginalised groups.&nbsp;</p><p>For further information contact <a href="mailto:asa.lundgren@ju.se">&Aring;sa Lundgren</a></p>
27 August - 27 August
13:00 - 15:00

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Via Zoom


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Docent lecture - Paola Sartoretto

Welcome to Paola Sartoretto's associate professor lecture!

Titel:
Communication of the Oppressed - conditions and possibilities for resistant appropriations of media technologies
 

How do marginalised groups use media as tools for political action? What is the importance of communication for social mobilsation under conditions of oppression? In this lecture I reflect on my ten years of research on activist media and communication within social movements to understand the conditions through which communicative processes can be a way to resist against oppression. 

The work of Brazilian educator and philosopher Paulo Freire, internationally known for his book Pedagogy of the Oppressed, foregrounds the discussion in which I establish connections between education, communication and political action. Freire argued that learning to ‘write the word’ is essential to ‘write the world’ and overcome oppression. I argue that in hyper-mediated and unequal contemporary societies writing the world is a communicative process that includes, but is not limited to, resistant appropriations of media technologies by marginalised groups. 

For further information contact Åsa Lundgren


Organizer: School of Education and Communication