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Coordinator: Gabriela Borges

Vice Coordinator: Christina Ferraz Musse

 

COMMUNICATION AND POWER:

 

He has a PhD (2005) and a Master’s Degree (1999) in Political Science (Politics and Sociology Science) from the Brazilian Society of Education – SBI/IUPERJ, Master’s in Social Communication from the Federal University of Minas Gerais (UFMG) and a degree in Social Communication – Journalism – from the Federal University of Juiz de Fora (UFJF). Associate professor III of the Social Communication Course – Journalism – at the Federal University of São João del Rei (UFSJ). From 2001 to 2008, he served as a lecturer and researcher at the Journalism course at the University Center of Belo Horizonte (UNI-BH), where he created and led the lato sensu post-graduation in “Communication and Politics”, in Belo Horizonte. From 2006 to 2008, he served as a lecturer and researcher in the Masters in Social Communication course at Presidente Antônio Carlos University (UNIPAC) in Juiz de Fora. He is the scientific director of the Brazilian Society of Professionals and Researchers in Communication and Political Marketing (POLITICOM). He has experience in Communication and Politics, with an emphasis on Theories of Communication, Political Communication, Research Communication, Journalism Theories, acting mainly in the following areas: communication theories, the field of communication, media coverage processes, political and social representations, journalism, critical analysis of the media, political and electoral propaganda, Habermas’s thought, citizenship, human rights.

 

Degree in Journalism from the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro (1991), with a Master’s Degree in Political Science (Political Science and Sociology) from Iuperj (1997) and a PhD in Political Science (Political Science and Sociology) from Iuperj (2003). Associate professor at the Federal University of Juiz de Fora, teaching at the undergraduate and Master’s levels at Facom-UFJF. He has experience in the areas of Communication and Politics, acting on the following subjects: political parties, elections and election campaigns; media, ideology and identity reflexes; political communication; political journalism; history of communication.

 

He is an associate professor III (DE) at Facom-UFJF and at the post-graduation strito sensu program, which includes the area of Communication and Power. With postdoc from EHESS (Paris), he also holds a PhD in Linguistics (UNICAMP, 2007) and an MA in Communication from UFF (2002). He coordinates the SENSUS group – Discourses in Communication and Health, certified by the institution. Since 2007 he has participated in the EPOS group (IMS-UERJ), with research on pathologization and criminalization of youth. He works primarily with I) Research in Discourse Analysis methodology (Pêcheux-Orlandi) and II) Discourses in Communication and Health, whose sub-themes of interest are: 1. Public health policies, communication and discourse 2. Discursive settings in the media about “health” and “disease” 3. Media, sensitivities and senses of ill “psychic” and “social” feeling 4. The press as a discursive space of institutional disputes and knowledge in health 5. Senses and no-senses on “sexuality” in mediated societies 6. Subject, body, the space in discursive scenarios.

 

CULTURE, NARRATIVES AND PRODUCTION OF MEANING:

 

Graduated in Social Communication, major in Journalism, from the Federal University of Juiz de Fora (1990), Master’s Degree and Doctorate in Communication and Culture from the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro (1995 and 2000) and Post-doctoral training in Communication Sciences from the ale do Rio dos Sinos University (2012). He is currently an associate professor at the Federal University of Juiz de Fora. He has experience in communication, with emphasis on Information and Communication Technologies, mainly in the following areas: communication, journalism, information and communication technologies, film and image.

 

Associate professor of the School of Communication of the Federal University of Juiz de Fora (Facom-UFJF), member of the Research Communication Group, City and Memory, within the area of study of City and Memory, and collaborator of the Graduate Program in Communication at UFJF. She has a degree in journalism from the School of Communication of the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro (1995) and a Master’s Degree in Communication and Culture from ECO/UFRJ (2005), a PhD in Science Literature (Literary Theory) from the School of Arts of UFRJ (2012) . She is the author of “Ear Literature: everyday accounts from the radio waves” (Literatura de ouvido: crônicas do cotidiano pelas ondas do rádio) whose main research focus is the interaction of journalism with fiction productions on the radio and television. She has experience in TV reportage, radio and newspaper, internal communication and supplement editing. She also worked as a reporter and producer for radio stations and served as a special reporter in newspapers in Rio de Janeiro, with an emphasis on political coverage. Coordinator of the course of Journalism (full time) – Facom/UFJF.

 

Master’s Degree (2001) and PhD in Communication and Culture from the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro (2006). Professor at the School of Communication of the Federal University of Juiz de Fora (UFJF) and vice-coordinator of the PPGCOM-UFJF. A visiting professor at the University of Paris VIII, Saint-Denis, France, where she taught classes, attended seminars and worked together with the professors Anne-Marie Autissier and Alain Sinou of the Institute of European Studies, in March of 2015. She is the author of the following books: “The press, cultura and urban image: an exercise of memory on the years 60/70 in Juiz de Fora” (Imprensa, cultura e imaginário urbano: exercício de memória sobre os anos 60/70 em Juiz de Fora, 2007) and “Possible memories: characters of the TV in Juiz de Fora” (Memórias possíveis: personagens da televisão em Juiz de Fora, 2011) with the cooperation of Cristiano José Rodrigues. She is the co-author of the book “Memories of cineclubism: the trajectory of CEC – Cinematographic Center of Studies of Juiz de Fora” (Memórias do cineclubismo: a trajetória do CEC – Centro de Estudos Cinematográficos de Juiz de Fora) (Author: Haydêe Sant’Ana Arantes) (2014). She is the leader of the research group COMMUNICATION, CITY, MEMORY/CNPq PPGCOM/UFJF. Coordinator of the PG of Telejournalism of INTERCOM and the PG History of Audiovisual and Visual Media of the Alcar Network. She is part of Telejor Network of Researchers in Telejournalism in the Brazilian Society of Researchers in Journalism (SBPJor).

 

Associate professor of the Federal University of Juiz de Fora, she is a journalist graduated from the Federal University of Espírito Santo (1993), she has a Master’s Degree in Communication and Culture from the University of Brasilia (1999) and a PhD in Social Communication from the Methodist University of São Paulo (2003), with doctoral internship at Columbia University (NY). With a post-doctoral degree in Communication (Universidade Nova of Lisbon), she coordinates the research group Laboratory Journalism and Audiovisual Narratives and integrates the Advisory Committee of the Graduate Program in Communication of UFJF. Coordinator of the graduate program at UFJF, she is also the Scientific Director of Intercom, integrates the Telejournalism Researchers Network (Telejor), which brings together researchers from various graduate programs in the field. She develops research on Narrative Journalism and Public Broadcasters with financing from Fapemig and CNPq. She holds a scholarship of Productivity PQ2.

 

AESTHETICS, NETWORKS AND LANGUAGES:

 

Graduated in Social Communication from the Federal University of Juiz de Fora (1981), he has a Master’s Degree and Doctorate in Communication and Semiotics from the Catholic University of São Paulo (1987/CAPES and FAPESP and 1993/FAPESP), with part of doctoral research funded from CNPq at Tisch School of the Arts at New York University (1991). Post-doctorate in Communication Sciences from Unisinos (2011/CAPES Procad). He was a journalist of Diários Associados, Revista Manchete, Agência Estado, Jornal da Tarde (OESP) and translator. He is a professor and tutor of the PET/SESu Group of the School of Communication of the Federal University of Juiz de Fora, where he was the Coordinator of the Graduate Program in Communication (2006 to 2010). He serves in the PPGCOM in the field of Semiotics and Epistemology of Communication, researching immersive environments and social networks as a basis for the dissemination of changes in thinking and communication processes. He was the Vice-Coordinator (2009-2010) and Chair (2011-2012) of the GT Epistemology of Communication of the National Association of Graduate Programs in Communication – Compós – and is an ad hoc consultant of the Advisory Committees of Multidisciplinary Areas and Social Sciences CAPES.

 

Degree in Advertising from Federal University of Minas Gerais (1993), Master’s Degree (1997) and PhD in Communication and Semiotics (2004) from the Pontifical Catholic University of São Paulo. She did research internships at the Autonomous University of Barcelona (1996) and the University of Dublin Trinity College (2000-2002). She did the post-doctorate on public television quality in the CIAC of the University of Algarve in Portugal (2005-2008), where she worked as a researcher and professor in the Master’s and PhD programs in Communication, Culture and Arts and the Doctorate in Digital Media Arts (2005-2012 ). She is currently an associate professor at the Federal University of Juiz de Fora and acts as a permanent professor in PPGCOM. She participates in the Euroamerican Network of Mediatic Literacy, Alfamed, and is the coordinator of the Brazilian team made up of UFSC, UF, UNB, UFTM and UEPG. She published the books “Quality in the Portuguese Public Television: analysis of Channel 2 programs” (Qualidade na TV pública portuguesa: análise dos programas do Canal 2, 2014), “The Televisual poetics of Samuel Beckett” (A poética televisual de Samuel Beckett, 2009), and organized the collection “In the margins: essays on theater, cinema and digital media” (Nas margens: ensaios sobre teatro, cinema e meios digitais, 2010) and co-organized the books “TV studies: dialogues between Brazil and Portugal (Estudos Televisivos: diálogos Brasil_Portugal, 2011), “TV: audiovisual forms of fiction and documentary” (Televisão: formas audiovisuais de ficção e de documentário Vol I (2011), Vol II (2012) Vol III (2015)) and “Discourse and Practices of Quality on TV”(Discursos e Práticas de Qualidade na TV, 2008). She has experience in the area of ​​Communication, with an emphasis on Audiovisual and New Media Studies, acting on the following topics: TV, media literacy, Cinema, Arts and Media, Public Service Television and Samuel Beckett’s drama.

 

João Queiroz is a professor at the Institute of Arts and Design (IAD) and the Master’s Degree Program of Arts, Culture and Languages ​​of the Federal University of Juiz de Fora (UFJF). He obtained the PhD in Communication and Semiotics from PUC-SP in 2002. Between 2003 and 2006 he obtained the post-doctoral degree in Intelligent Systems and Artificial Life, in the Dept. of Computing and Automation (Unicamp), and between 2007 and 2008 in Philosophy of Biology and Biosemiotics from the Biology Institute (UFBA) and Universidad del País Vasco (EPV). He is an author, co-author, editor and co-editor of several books and special issues, including Diagrammatic Logic of C. S. Peirce (Lógica Diagramática de C.S.Peirce, Edufjf, 2013), Diagrammatical Reasoning And Peircean Logic Representations (Mouton De Gruyter, 2011), Genes, Information, Semiosis (Tartu University Press, 2009), Artificial Cognition Systems (Igi, 2005), Semiotics And Intelligent Systems Development (Igi, 2005), Semiose Segundo Peirce (Educ, 2004). He is the co-editor of the COMMENS project – Digital Companion of C. S. Peirce, and of the COMMENS Encyclopedia of Peirce Studies (Creative Commons, 2014). He is director-member of the International Association for Cognitive Semiotics (IACS), director of the Research Group in Cognitive Science and Semiotics (IAD/UFJF), member of the Research Group in Artificial Cognition (UEFS), research associate at the Institute for Research on Antecipatory Systems (the University of Texas at Dallas) and Linnaeus University Centre for Intermedial and Multimodal Studies (Sweden). His main areas of research include: Cognitive Science, Cognitive Semiotics; Pragmatism of C. Ss Peirce; Intermediality.

 

Professor of the School of Communication and Graduate Program in Communication at the Federal University of Juiz de Fora/UFJF. Post doctorate from the Universidade Nova de Lisboa (Communication Studies and Language Center/UNL) (2006); PhD (1992) and MA (1983) in Communication from the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro (ECO/UFRJ); degree in Communication from the Estácio de Sá University (1976). Degree in Psychoanalysis (Freudian College/again/RJ) (1975-). Studies and teaching about: communication theory, culture, aesthetics, technology and psychoanalysis. Currently, he does research on “Communication, Esthetics and Psychoanalysis.” Co-editor of “Lumina: Journal of the PPGCOM/UFJF” (Lumina: Revista do PPGCOM/UFJF) and of Transversal Matters: Journal of Epistemology of Communication? (?Questões Transversais: Revista de Epistemologia da Comunicação?). He participated in the project “Epistemological Criticism: analysis of ongoing investigations based on epistemological criteria for reflective and praxeological developments in research in communication? (CAPES/PROCAD/2008-2012: Unisinos, UFJF and UFG). He participates in two research groups (CNPq): co-leader of the “ETC – Transitive of Contemporary Studies” and member of “Social networks, immersive environments and language.”

 

She graduated in Social Communication from the Federal University of Juiz de Fora (1985). She worked in the field as a journalist in different media, as a PR in different bodies in Juiz de Fora/MG and São Paulo/SP. She obtained the Master’s Degree from the Pontifical Catholic University of São Paulo PUCSP under the supervision of Professor Arlindo Machado (1992) and the Doctorate also from PUCSP under the supervision of Professor Lucia Santaella (1997), both in the Graduate Program in Communication and Semiotics. She served as professor of the post-graduation program, lato and strito sensu, at the Graduate School Cásper Libero, where she helped several people obtain the Master’s Degree, many of them working today in the country’s leading media. She was a professor and coordinator of the Social Communication Course at the Federal University of Viçosa, UFV, part of the Research Council of the Humanities Center, Languages and Arts. Today she is an associate professor at the Federal University of Juiz de Fora and Head of the Department of Communication and Arts at the School of Communication – FACOM/UFJF. Currently, she researches related themes: language, television, communication, semiotics, and technology in the context of media convergence.

 

Collaborators:

Associate Professor II, FACOM/UFJF. Doctorate and Master’s Degree in Visual Arts – Film (EBA/UFMG), BA in Radio and TV (UFMG). She specialized in audiovisual scripwriting. Since 1999, she has taught theoretical and practical courses about film and video, radio, photography and audivisual production, research methodology for the preparation of a monograph project, in addition to supervising final monographs of the undergraduate and specialization courses – EBA/UFMG, UNIBH, Promove and UNIPAC-Barbacena. She was an assistant to the coordination at the Cineclube UFMG since its setup (for the SBPC, 1996) until 2006. Currently, she coordinates the Cineclube Lumière e Cia. (an outreach project of UFJF). She is the coordinator of the Interface Outreach Project with the research Formation of the Cinematographic Thought: Cineclubism as a form of acting within the Educommunication (FAPEMIG – Feb. 2014/2016). She is the leader of the research group on Esthetics and Cinematographic Thought and researcher in the midia@rte research group (EBA/UFMG). She is the author of the book “Indices of a cinema of poetry: Pier Paolo Pasolini, Luis Bunuel and Krzysztof Kieslowski” (Índices de um cinema de poesia: Pier Paolo Pasolini, Luis Buñuel e Krzysztof Kieslowski), and coeditor of the book “Reflections on film editing” (Reflexões sobre a montagem cinematográfica) (written by Professor and Editor Eduardo Leone – ECA-USP).

 

Graduated in Social Communication from the Federal University of Juiz de Fora (1979), Master’s Degree in Communication from the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro (2000) and PhD in Communication from the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro (2006). Associate Professor IV of the Federal University of Juiz de Fora, professor of graduation and undergraduation levels. He coordinates the Center for Research in Communication, Culture and Sport. He has experience in the field of ​​Communication, with an emphasis on broadcasting, acting on the following topics: soccer, communication, radio, journalism and events. Director of Institutional Image of UFJF since 2015. In the final phase of Postdoctoral studies in Communication at UERJ.

 

She holds a doctorate in Literature and Cultural Studies from the Federal University of Juiz de Fora (2014), Master’s Degree in Communication and Culture from the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro (2000) and a degree in Social Communication from the Federal University of Juiz de Fora (1985). She is currently an associate professor of the Department of Theory, Fundamentals and Contexts and Graduate Program in Communication of the School of Communication of the Federal University of Juiz de Fora. She has experience in the field of ​​Communication, with an emphasis on contemporary cultural expressions, acting on the following courses: journalism and literature, memory and forgetfulness, laughter and storytelling, joy and tragedy.

 

Visiting Professors:

Post Doctoral fellowship holder of the Graduate Program in Communication from the Federal University of Juiz de Fora (PPGCOM-UFJF) through PNPD Capes, which develops a project on Communication and Power. She was the coordinator of the courses Journalism and Advertising of the University Center of Volta Redonda (UniFOA), from March to November 2013. She was a fellowship holder of the Incentive Program for the Production of Technical and Scientific Knowledge in Culture of the Foundation of the Casa de Rui Barbosa. She has a PhD in Social History from the Federal Fluminense University (UFF), with additional training (sandwich doctoral fellowship) in the Department of History from the New York University (USA), under the supervision of Professor Barbara Weinstein in 2008. Master’s Degree in Communication, Image and Information in the area of ​​Media and Speech from the Federal Fluminense University (2004). Graduated in Social Communication, major in Journalism, from the Federal Fluminense University (2002). She works with the following topics: Communication Theory; History of Journalism; Literature and History; Brazilian Civil-Military Dictatorship; Intellectuals and Power.

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