Dr. Audra Diers-Lawson is a global leader in crisis communication research. She has been a practitioner, researcher and instructor in strategic communication with an emphasis on crisis response and brand management. Dr. Diers-Lawson is also the Chair of the Crisis Communication Division of the European Communication Research and Education Association (ECREA) and editor for the Journal of International Crisis and Risk Communication Research. She is Associate Professor at the Department of Communication, School of Communication, Leadership, and Marketing, Kristiania University College.
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Nigel Halpern is Professor in Air Transport and Tourism Management at Department of Marketing, Kristiania University College. His main interests are in airport digital transformation, airport marketing and strategy. He has published extensively in high ranked journals and managed and participated in research and consulting projects for Avinor, Dubai Aerospace University, Fly Laurentians, and the Norwegian Ministry of Transport and Communications. He has also managed and participated in projects funded by the Research Council of Norway (Transport 2025), the European COST Framework (Horizon 2020), and the EC ERASMUS+ Programme.
What can we learn from the Corona crisis? Listen to four take-home lessons identified by Dr. Adnan Kisa. He is a Professor of Health Policy and Economics and Vice-Dean at Kristiania University College, School of Health Sciences. Dr. Kisa have received numerous awards and recognition related to teaching, research, and service throughout his career. He is also holding adjunct professorship positions at Tulane University, and University of South Carolina.
Vésma Kontere McQuillan is a Latvian born architect and writer currently living in Norway and is known for her architectural criticism for Latvian daily press. Since 2011 she is a Professor at Kristiania University College Kristiania, Oslo. McQuillan has developed a new Retail Design Bachelor program in 2013, the students of which are contributors to this publication. Since 2015 her research has been focused on OMA/AMO collaboration with/for Prada and particularly on the fashion shows, done in partnership between AMO and Prada, and the design process behind the scenes. A book Fashion Spaces/ A Theoretical View is a direct outcome of the conducted research.
Tijana Milosevic is a postdoctoral researcher at the University of Oslo focusing on social media policies, internet governance, and digital media use among children and youth. She is a member of the EU Kids Online research network. Her first monograph "Protecting Children Online? Cyberbullying Policies of Social Media Companies" has just been published in The MIT Press Information Society Series. For Tijana Milosevic's full CV, please visit tijanamilosevic.org or you can follow her on Twitter.
Steffen Krüger is a post doctoral fellow at the Dept. of Media and Communication, University of Oslo. He recently co-edited the first-ever special issue of a media and communication journal that addresses questions of subjectivity, digital media and the Internet with a focus on psychoanalytic theory: CM Communication and Media, XI(38).
Cristina Archetti is Professor in Political Communication and Journalism at the University of Oslo. She is author of three books: Explaining News: National Politics and Journalistic Cultures in Global Context (Palgrave, 2010); Understanding Terrorism in the Age of Global Media: A Communication Approach (Palgrave, 2012); Politicians, Personal Image and the Construction of Political Identity: A Comparative Study of the UK and Italy (Palgrave, 2014). She won, among other international prizes, the 2008 Denis McQuail Award for Innovating Communication Theory.
Timotheus Vermeulen is Associate Professor in media, culture and society at Department of Media and Communication, University of Oslo.
Dr. Vermeulen is the author of the monograph Scenes from the Suburbs (EUP, 2014) and joint editor with Martin Dines of New Suburban Stories (Bloomsbury, 2014) and with Robin van den Akker and Alison Gibbons of Metamodernism: Historicity, Affect and Depth after Postmodernism (Rowman & Littlefield, forthcoming 2017).