Videos of the ICA Virtual Preconference “Visual Politics: Image Production, Perception, and Influence” (20 May 2020)

ica_full_wordmarkI am pleased to share the video recordings of the whole ICA preconference “Visual Politics: Image Production, Perception, and Influence”, that I co-organized with Professor Erik Bucy (Texas Tech University) on the 20th of May.

Session 1.1

Introduction
Erik Bucy (Texas Tech University) and Cristian Vaccari (Loughborough University)

Lo-fi Politics: Images of the Leader, Tactical Movements and Counter-Participative Cultures (Sardine versus Salvini)
Nello Barile (IULM University, Milan)

French Contemporary Populism: The Building of a Specific Aesthetic and Mode of Representation? An Analysis of Campaign Posters
Morgane Belhadi (Paris 3 Sorbonne Nouvelle University)

Trump’s transgressive debate style and the televised performance of populism
Dhavan Shah (University of Wisconsin-Madison)

Keynote Address — Visual Politics: Potentials and Challenges for Interdisciplinary Collaboration
Roland Bleiker (University of Queensland)

Session 1.2

Visual Misinformation in Comparative Perspective
Cristian Vaccari (Loughborough University)

‘I Spy with My Eye’: Influences of Camera Shots and Voters’ Party Affiliation on Candidate Evaluation in Televised Debates
Isabella Glogger (Technical University of Dortmund)

Factors Influencing the Journalistic Circulation of Traumatic Images: The Case of Alan Kurdi
Maria Kamal (University of Melbourne)

Session 2.1

@Everydayclimatechange and Three US Daily Newspapers: Comparing the Visual Representation of Climate Change
Alison Stieven-Taylor (Monash University, Melbourne)

The Strategic Visual Communication of Protests: Citizen Diplomacy? The Romanian Protests from 2017
Alina Dolea (Bournemouth University)

Kek’s Memes War on Instagram
Ahmed Al-Rawi (Simon Fraser University)

The Dictator’s ‘Screenplay’: Photographs of the Leader and Political Legitimation in East Asia’s Communist Regimes
Olli Hellman (University of Waikato)

Session 2.2

Visual framing of coronavirus coverage: The frame construction process
Erik Bucy (Texas Tech University)

Memetic Protest: The Visual Political Aesthetics of Death, Injustice and Resistance in Digital Activist Cultures
Kelly Lewis (Queensland University of Technology)

Comparing Two Unsupervised Approaches of Clustering Political Visuals
Yilang Peng (University of Georgia)

The Visual Strategy of National Identity Appeal in Election Campaign Videos: Taiwan’s 2020 Experience (via YouTube)
Chung Jung-Chun (School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London)

Concluding Remarks
Erik Bucy (Texas Tech University) and Cristian Vaccari (Loughborough University)