Workshop - "Brazilian Media and the Journalistic Field"
On July 10th, 2015, Econpublic project hosted the workshop “Brazilian Media and the Journalistic Field” at UCL, London. This mini conference aimed to interrogate the current topography of the Brazilian media sphere. Antonio Pedroso exposed the cultural resources and professional dynamic of Brazilian elites in economic journalism. Andres Villar discussed Brazil’s image and international relations among other Latin American countries. Tomás Undurraga debated about the newsroom as knowledge site, considering his findings in two Brazilian newspapers. The workshop was an excellent opportunity not only to discuss contemporary research on the media sphere but also to connect different scholars interested in Brazil and the journalistic field.
Venue: Rockefeller 335, 74, Huntley Street, London WC1E 6AU
Friday 10 July, 2015
Presentations 20/25 minutes each, with 15/20 minutes for discussion
- 10.00 - Brazilian elites in economic journalism: Trajectories, cultural resources and professional dynamic
Antonio Pedroso (UFT) & Tomás Undurraga (UCL)
- 11.00 - Brazil and secondary countries: the gaze of others
Andrés Villar (University of Cambridge)
- 12.00 - The newsroom as knowledge site: Journalists and public knowledge in two Brazilian newspapers
Tomás Undurraga (UCL)
- 13.00 - Lunch