H-ermes. Journal of Communication

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Human communication has always been considered an almost obvious activity, as a natural phenomenon, to pass over without any particular attention.
A systematic study on communication has started only in the last century, in coincidence with the advent of media and technologies able to speak to the multitudes. Even more recently, communication became a field of academic study. In Italy it occurred later than elsewhere. We believe that communication is a field to explore with all the tools and from all the points of view. We want to provide our scientific communities with careful and critical considerations, because now more than ever the idea that "it is impossible not to communicate" has established itself. Limitless are the ways to influence the facts of the world through communication, and these biases are quickly growing everywhere.
We seek an increasingly more international scientific debate: this is not because this indication comes from a bureaucratic power, but for the great facts of the world are deeply influenced by a global bind.
We want to give a contribution presenting our issues as a lexicon of objects to investigate, starting from the roots of our name, which recalls the Olympic gods' messenger. Our H-ermes got one dash after the H: this means an emphasis on a letter whose function is to connect Communication to Humanities, a strategic meeting point among those disciplines commenting the social individual. It is a dash that carries also the "hermai", the god of communication's first icons, the piles of little stones left on the edge of new paths. Today available to all new media-wanderers.



H-ermes n. 25 (2023). Call for papers (deadline abstracts 20th September 2023)


Il prossimo numero di H-ermes sarà dedicato al tema "Forme estetiche e società digitale".

The next issue of "H-ermes. Journal of Communication" asks authors to reason about the multiple themes of "Aesthetic forms and digital society".

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N. 24 (2023) - Spazialità

H-ermes - Covere-ISSN: 2284-0753

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Third places for queer spaces: LGBT+ adolescents and the discursive composition of a community Details     PDF
Robert James Hellyer 7-26

Liminalità, partecipazione ed ecosistemi mediali negli spazi urbani = Liminality, participation and media ecosystems in urban spaces Details     PDF
Michele Sorice, Andrea Volterrani 27-50

La rispazializzazione digitale nelle aree interne del Sud Italia = Digital respazialization in the inland areas of Southern Italy Details     PDF
Diana Salzano, Igor Scognamiglio, Daniele Battista 51-72

La provincia e la periferia: tecniche e strumenti per raccontare lo spazio marginale nel fumetto italiano contemporaneo = The province and the periphery: techniques and tools for narrating the marginal space in contemporary Italian comics Details     PDF
Rodolfo Dal Canto 73-98

Urban rhythmanalysis in Mahsa Mohebali's In Case of Emergency Details     PDF
Hatice Bay 99-114

Attraverso lo spazio-tempo: la narrazione ambientale in Immortality = Through space and time: environmental storytelling in Immortality Details     PDF
Matteo Genovesi 115-128

Game e World Space: una rappresentazione del rapporto dinamico tra spazialità e narrazione = Game and World Space: a representation of the dynamic relationship between spatiality and narrative Details     PDF
Matteo Jacopo Zaterini 129-148

Spazi dell'on-demand. Le pratiche streaming tra ambienti e paesaggi mediali = Spaces of on-demand. Streaming practices between media environments and landscapes Details     PDF
Nicolò Villani 149-164

Percorsi di Ricerca Details     PDF

Algorithmic cultures e new media field. El jardín de las delicias al Matadero di Madrid = Algorithmic cultures and new media field. El jardín de las delicias at the Matadero in Madrid Details     PDF
Claudia Cantale 167-194

Forma-canzone, guerre e pratiche di restituzione mediale: immaginari bellici, antimilitarismo e (non) militanze nell'opera di Claudio Baglioni = Song-forms, wars and medial reworking practices: war imaginaries, anti-militarism and (not) militancy in Claudio Baglioni's opera Details     PDF
Luca Bertoloni 195-224

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