CIAC conferences talk about Elvis Presley and the popular culture of the XNUMXth century

The event is free and includes a certificate of participation.

"Elvis Presley and Twentieth-Century Popular Culture". This is the theme of the 24th edition of the Center for Research in Arts and Communication (CIAC) of the University of Algarve (UAlg) that will take place on the 1.4th of February, in Auditorium XNUMX of the Pedagogical Complex of Campus da Penha, in Faro.

The motto of the meeting remains: to bring researchers together to share, problematize and discuss projects, publications, methodologies, concepts and paths.

The program of the XVII CIAC Days is now available on here, highlighting the thematic panel “Elvis Presley and the popular culture of the XNUMXth century”, with the keynote speakers Mathias Haeussler (Regensburg University, Germany) and Mark Duffett (Chester University, United Kingdom), researchers Joana Palminha (CIAC/UAlg), Marta Mendes (CIAC/ESTC-IPL) and Caroline Govari (University of Vale do Rio dos Sinos, Brazil) and author Douglas Brode.

In addition to the thematic session, the XVII CIAC Conferences have the usual panels aimed at research produced and hosted at the Centre.

In this edition, interventions are planned on pedagogical and artistic practices of some of the Center's projects, communications in the area of ​​audiovisual language, as well as presentations of new publications and CIAC communication working groups.

The event is free and provides a certificate of participation upon registration. here