The schedule of speakers for the International History of Public Relations Conference 2013 has been announced. The conference, held over two days, has 36 speakers from 19 countries offering the latest research and scholarship on PR history: IHPRC 2013 Speaker Schedule There is also a keynote speech on trends in PR historiography from the conference organiser, Prof Tom [...]
Save £50 by registering for the International History of Public Relations Conference 2013 before 2330 BST on Friday April 12. The early-bird fee is just £225 / delegate. After that date, the fee rises to £275 until it closes on Friday June 20. Please note that authors must register for both days of the conference. [...]
All 36 abstracts chosen for presentation at IHPRC 2013, plus reserve papers, have been published. They were chosen from a record number of submissions by a 30-strong international peer review panel. The chosen papers come from authors in 19 countries, with the first papers ever from Indonesia, Kazakhstan and Indonesia. The largest national representation is from the [...]
The Centre for Media History (CMH) at Bournemouth University is holding a two day conference - Ethical Dimensions of Media History: European Perspectives – on May 9-10 this year to discuss ethical issues related to media and communication history. These include ethical perspectives on public relations history and ethical issues and codes that have arisen in the development of [...]
Professor Tom Watson is to be the keynote speaker for the International History of Public Relations Conference (IHPRC) in 2013. He established the conference in 2009 and will be reviewing the trends and future directions of public relations history when making his address on Monday, June 24. “We have come a long way in just [...]
The European Public Relations History Network (EPRHN) is a Bournemouth University initiative, supported by EUPRERA, to gather knowledge of the history of public relations across Europe. It aims to create cross-border research projects and to explore the distinctive aspects of public relations’ history across the continent. More than 30 academics and practitioners from 13 countries are founding members [...]
A record 72 abstracts have been submitted for IHPRC 2013. There was a massive effort (thanks to Dr Tasos Theofilou) in sending them all by Friday (14/12) to 30 peer reviewers in 10 countries. The first keynote speaker will be announced soon. June 24-25 2013 is the date for the conference at Bournemouth University. Join Us [...]
The deadline for abstracts to be submitted to the International History of Public Relations Conference 2013 is Monday, December 10. Submit to firstname.lastname@example.org. The Call for Papers and Proceedings of previous IHPRCs are on the conference website: http://historyofpr.com.
Presentations from the first three years of the International History of Public Relations Conference – 2010 to 2012 – are now online. They can be found under the historyofpr.com’s ‘proceedings’ tab. There are 73 presentations to view (2010 – 15; 2011 – 29; 2012 – 29). “It is the widest range of PR history scholarship [...]
The Proceedings of the 2012 International History of Public Relations Conference have been published. More than 30 articles from leading researchers and practitioners are now available at http://microsites.bournemouth.ac.uk/historyofpr/proceedings/. Catch up with the latest scholarship which ranges from Hollywood to Taiwan to Silvio Berlusconi’s approach to PR. Challenging, amusing and very international.