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Nottingham Guest Speaker Series: 'Transliteracy: A Unifying Concept' Professor Sue Thomas, 28th May 2009, University of Nottingham

Generation Net: Arts and Culture in the 21st Century University of Nottingham This is a final reminder that the fourth and final speaker in our interdisciplinary guest speaker series, Professor...

New Research in Cultural Studies Seminar, 28 May 2009, University of East London, Docklands Campus

The Centre for Cultural Studies Research (CCSR) are pleased to invite you to: New Research in Cultural Studies Seminar Thursday 28 May 2009 at 3pm Room WB2.01, Docklands Campus, University of...

Nottingham Guest Speaker Series - Generation Net: Arts and Culture in the 21st Century, Prof Chris Atton, 21 May 2009

University of Nottingham This is a final reminder that the third speaker in our interdisciplinary guest speaker series, Professor Chris Atton, will be speaking on Thursday 21st May. Admission is...

The Big Reveal II: Lifestyle TV Conference, 29/30 May 2009, University of Brighton

REGISTRATION NOW OPEN Confirmed keynote speakers: Gareth Palmer - University of Salford, UK Su Holmes - University of East Anglia, UK Peter Lunt - Brunel University, UK Anita Biressi -...

‘Visions of the Future: Scottish Broadcasting in the Digital Age’, 12 May 2009, Edinburgh

VLV's 18th Annual Scottish Conference in Edinburgh In association with Edinburgh Napier and Stirling Universities Tuesday, 12th May 2009 2pm – 5.30pm The Scottish Storytelling Centre (Netherbow...

The Factual and the Fictive: A series of screenings/talks exploring hybrid fiction/documentaryfilm-making, University of Westminster

Sponsors: University of Westminster/Centre for Research and Production in Documentary Film. Where: All dates University of Westminster, 309 Regent Street, London W1B 2UW (except June 4th:...

The politics of work and the changing culture of capitalism, 29 May 2009, Goldsmiths College, University of London

Goldsmiths College University of London, New Cross, London, SE14 6NW, + 44 (0)20 7919 7171 This symposium, sponsored by the Anthropology and Media Departments of Goldsmiths College, will...

Memory-Media-Global Formations, 1 May 2009, University of Greenwich

An Interdisciplinary conference hosted by the department of Creative, Critical and Communications Studies of the University of Greenwich. Keynote speakers include: Jeffrey Olick ( University of...

Pathways for Community Media in London

A series of 3 seminars organised by London Metropolitan University 12th May, 12th June, 1st July, 2009. The meetings have the support of the Community Media Association, BBC London and Ofcom....

The Visual Archive: The Moving Image and Memory, 28 – 29 May, 2009, Open University, Milton Keynes

An International Workshop Venue: Walton Hall, Open University, Milton Keynes Date: 28 – 29 May, 2009 Keynote speakers Tony Ageh, BBC Christopher Pinney, UCL Pelle Snickars, Swedish National...

'Acting with Facts': Actors Performing the Real in British Theatre and Television since 1990

We would like to announce that registration is now open for the University of Reading/ AHRC 'Acting with Facts' Symposium, to be held on Friday 8th May 2009. All details and relevant forms can...

Listing of ECREA 2009 Events

We wish to announce a series of events that ECREA's thematic sections and networks are (co-)organising. Please find the information on the 2009 ECREA events below. Please note that further events...

Queer Screen Cultures Study Day University of Nottingham Tuesday May 5th 2009

Registration is open for the Queer Screen Cultures Study Day which will take place at the University of Nottingham on Tuesday May 5th 2009. Keynote speakers are Dr Michelle Aaron and Dr Gary...

The Media and Politics Research Group University of Liverpool research seminars

The Media and Politics Research Group is pleased to announce further research seminars at the University of Liverpool. The seminars are scheduled to take place on Thursdays, 4-6pm, Roxby Building,...

Second Call for Papers - The Big Reveal II: Lifestyle Television Conference, 29-31 May 2009, University of Brighton, UK

EXTENDED ABSTRACT SUBMISSION DEADLINE 15 March 2009 The first international Big Reveal conference examined the phenomenon of 'Lifestyle television', and took place at the University of Salford,...

De Montfort University Media, Film and Journalism Research Seminar Series

All welcome: Wednesday 6th May, 4pm CL1.38 Dr James Russell, De Montfort University 'Disseminating Commemoration: Steven Spielberg, Holocaust Memory and the Shoah Archive' For directions to...

CFP: Media Consumers: Consuming Subjects, 22 May 2009, Canterbury Christ Church University

deadline: 14 February 2009 A one day conference What is the status of the media consumer in multinational, corporate, and internet mediated society? We are told that our subjective points of...

The Shadow of Thatcher: Women, Feminism, Politics and Culture 30 Years On, 8/9 May 2009

Department of Culture, Media and Drama, UWE Gender & Culture Research Group in association with Bristol Festival of Ideas Conference May 8th – 9th 2009 deadline: 31 January 2009 Key Speakers:...

Affective Audiences: Analysing Media Users, Consumers and Fans, 20/21 May 2009, Chicago.

Preconference sponsored by the Popular Communication Division Date: 20th – 21st May 2009 Venue: Marriott Downtown Chicago, Magnificent Mile Hotel The study of audiences constitutes a central...