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 [...]
The Call for Papers for the Public Relations History 2014 special edition of Public Relations Review has been issued. It builds on the success of the first 2012 edition (Vol. 38, No.3) and the forthcoming 2013 edition (Vol. 30, No.2) which have published selected, peer reviewed papers from the International History of Public Relations Conference [...]
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 [...]
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 [...]
“PR and the Past” is the title of a symposium on public relations history to be held at the University of Technology Sydney (UTS) on Tuesday, November 13. Believed to be the first specifically PR history event in Australia, it is co-hosted by the Centre for Media History at Macquarie University, the School of Communication & Creative Industries [...]
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.
The Call for Papers for the fourth International History of Public Relations Conference has been issued (see link below). Building on the success of previous conferences, it offers a wide range of themes. IHPRC 2013 – CALL FOR PAPERS For 2013, two new themes have been proposed: Historical aspects of the professionalisation of public relations. [...]