Home  /  Understanding Media Environments


Media Ecology Association

The Media Ecology Association (MEA) is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to promoting the study, research, criticism, and application of media ecology in educational, industry, political, civic, social, cultural, and artistic contexts, and the open exchange of ideas, information, and research among the Association’s members and the larger community.


The 18th Annual Convention of the Media Ecology Association


Saint Mary's College

Call for Papers: Technology, Spirituality, Ecology
June 22-25, 2017
Saint Mary’s College Of California. Moraga, California.
Convention Coordinator:
Lori Erokan
Convention Chair:
Ed Tywoniak

Submission deadline: January 15, 2017

The 17th Annual Convention of the
Media Ecology Association

  • The Seventeenth Annual Convention of the Media Ecology Association
  • Bologna, Italy
  • Karen Lollar
  • Brett Lunceford
  • Piazza Maggiore
  • Teatro Comunale di Bologna
  • wow slider
  • Banquet
wowslider by WOWSlider.com v8.6m



Photos by Robert Francos © The Seventeenth Annual Convention of the Media Ecology Association.
June 23–26, 2016 University of Bologna.
Bologna, Italy.

Facebook Logo Click here for more photos.


Join the Media Ecology Association now and start receiving the benefits

Membership in the Media Ecology Association is open to anyone —faculty, students, business people, professionals— interested in exploring the interactions between media, communications, and culture.
Membership dues include annual subscription to our print journal, Explorations in Media Ecology {EME}, published quarterly.
Annual dues for 2017:
Category Amount
Student * US$50

Regular US$100

Sustaining US$175

Institutional US$200

* Full-time students only; please include a photocopy of your full-time student card


Explorations in Media Ecology {EME}, the journal of the MEA

EME is an international journal dedicated to extending our understanding of media and media environments. EME welcomes diverse theoretical and methodological approaches to the study of media environments, including (but not limited to) philosophical, aesthetic, literary, historical, psychological, sociological, anthropological, political, economic, and scientific investigations, as well as applied, professional, and pedagogical perspectives.

Explorations in Media Ecology

In addition to scholarly articles, EME also publishes essays, commentary, and critical examinations relevant to media ecology as a field of study and practice.

See the journal home page for guidelines for submission, or contact

Paul Grosswiler
Editor
Explorations in Media Ecology {EME}
Department of Communication and Journalism
420 Dunn Hall
University of Maine. Orono, Maine 04469
paulg{at}maine.edu