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.

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H-ermes n. 20 (2021) – “Media-History” Call for papers (deadline abstracts 15th September 2021)

 

Il prossimo numero di «H-ermes, Journal of Communication» sarà dedicato alla parola-chiave “Media-History”.

The next issue of "H-ermes, Journal of Communication" will be dedicated to the keyword “Media-History”.

 
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N. 19 (2021) - Immaginario

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Frontespizio Details     PDF
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Indice Details     PDF
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Immaginario Details     PDF
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Schermo, habitat, piattaforma. Metafore dell'immaginario della comunicazione = Screen, habitat, platform. Metaphors of the imaginary of communication Details     PDF
Giovanni Ciofalo, Silvia Leonzi 7-30

L'immaginario della prestazione.Percorsi di ricerca sulle nuove forme di soggettività = The imagery of performance. Research paths on new forms of subjectivity Details     PDF
Valentina Cremonesini 31-54

Immaginario Tintoretto o della visione eversiva = Imaginary Tintoretto or subversive vision Details     PDF
Alfonso Amendola, Antonella Trotta 55-70

Una dinamica degli sguardi dall'immaginario creepypasta all'horror videoludico = A dynamics of gazes from the creepypasta imaginary to horror videogames Details     PDF
Federica Cavaletti, Francesco Toniolo 71-92

The Queen's Gambit. Un perfect match tra immaginario ludico e calcoli algebrici = The Queen's Gambit. A perfect matching between game imagery and algebraic strategies Details     PDF
Paolo Marocco 93-104

Unicorno-mania: dalla mitologia greca all'immaginario contemporaneo = Unicorn-mania: from Greek mythology to contemporary imagery Details     PDF
Jessica Camargo Molano 105-114

Intersezioni di immaginari in un iper-immaginario postmoderno e postmediale: il caso della serie Once Upon a Time = Intersections of imaginaries in a postmodern and postmedial hyper-imaginary: the case of the series Once Upon a Time Details     PDF
Luca Bertoloni 115-154

La persistenza di Sherlock Holmes nell'immaginario tardomoderno = The persistence of Sherlock Holmes in the late modern imagination Details     PDF
Alessio Ceccherelli 155-180

Confini e nemici. Immaginario e frame delle migrazioni nel discorso pubblico italiano = Borders and Enemies. Imaginary and frame of migrations in Italian public debate Details     PDF
Marco Binotto, Marco Bruno 181-206

La costruzione dell'immaginario M5S attraverso i social media: qual è stato il ruolo del Direttorio? = The construction of M5S imaginary through social media: what has the role of the Directorate been? Details     PDF
Federico Pilati, Flavio Piccoli 207-232

Estudos de imaginário do jornalismo no Brasil = Imaginary studies of journalism in Brazil Details     PDF
Otávio Daros 233-246

Percorsi di Ricerca Details     PDF
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Comics and webcomics: super-heroes, over-heroes and poser-heroes Details     PDF
Heraldo Aparecido Silva 249-262

Diffusion of the utopias. The academy and the media in times of pandemic Details     PDF
María A. Ribón, A-Beatriz Pérez-González, Carmen Vázquez 263-292

The algorithmic imaginary of cultural producers. Towards platform-optimized music? Details     PDF
Massimiliano Raffa, Riccardo Pronzato 293-321

Colophon Details     PDF
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