Faculty of Journalism, Lomonosov Moscow State University is considered to be one of Russia’s leading institutions for the education of journalists and specialists in public relations with about 2 500 students pursuing BA, MA and PhD degree.
The Faculty of Journalism has 14 academic departments: Media Theory and Economics, Foreign Journalism and Literature, Periodical Press, History of Russian Literature and Journalism, Photojournalism and Media Technologies, TV and Radio Broadcasting, Sociology of Mass Communications, Advertising and Public Relations, Editorial and Publishing Business and Information Science, New Media and Communications, History and Statutory Regulation of Domestic Mass Media, Literary and Art Criticism and Publicism, Russian Language Stylistics, Media Linguistics.
We organize different international conferences every year, including the annual International Media Readings in Moscow “Mass Media and Communications” conference, also known as the Moscow Readings conference, «Journalism in 20… year», Russian-Chinese conference and many others. Along with that, the Faculty of Journalism is a proud host and co-organizer of EMMA (2011), IMMAA (2015), and EJTA (2017) annual academic conferences.
The Organizing Committee of the 10th International Media Readings in Moscow “Mass Media and Communications-2018” is headed by the Dean of the Faculty of Journalism, MSU, Corresponding member of the Russian Academy of Education, President of the National Association of Mass Media Researchers Professor Elena Vartanova