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Second Annual New York University/The American University of Paris Symposium
NYU Department of Media, Culture, and Communication – The Steinhardt School
of Culture, Education, and...
Friday 12 June, 6.30–7.30pm
Internationally acclaimed sculptor Richard Wilson RA discusses his curatorship
of the Summer Exhibition's first gallery dedicated to film.
Death is everywhere yet nowhere in Western culture. Corpses litter Hollywood film; the threat of violence propels most mainstream narratives; the recently-recovered or slowly dying make...
THE GATE OF HEAVENLY PEACE
+ DISCUSSION WITH ANTONY THOMAS director of 'TANK MAN' and TIAN AI ZHANG
director of 'CULTURAL REVOLUTION II'
Thursday 4th June, 7.30pm
The Prince Charles Cinema, WC2H...
We thought that you might be interested in our next round table discussion entitled The Reparative Spaces of Radio to be held in London on Friday 19th June (details below and on our website)....
The Media and Communications department at the University of Leicester is
organising a one day interdisciplinary event on the uses and abuses of social
media. PhD submissions are invited. The...
Bournemouth University and Fremantlemedia Ltd. present an ESRC funded
"The Exploitation of Television Formats: Intellectual property and non-law
based strategies" on June...
China Media Centre Conference
University of Westminster
22-23 June 2009
University of Westminster, 115 New Cavendish Street, London, W1W 6UW
The China Media Centre conference will take place...
A weekend conference with screenings and sessions on French, British, German and Polish experimental TV programmes and films, mainly from the 1970s and 80s.
Speakers include: Prof Ian Christie...
Whether it is thought of as northern Britain, northern Europe or the Arctic, the north is increasingly becoming the focus of academic and artistic attention. Seeking to discover why this might be...
CAMMRO's 5th International Conference
Date: Saturday 20th June 2009
Venue: School of Oriental & African Studies (SOAS)
University of London,
Lecture Theatre V211
Vernon Square Campus,
CALL FOR PAPERS
deadline: 8 May 2009
The rapid change in economic fortunes over the past few months has
produced the usual stories from familiar sources – the financial
districts, big urban...
deadline: 30 April 2009
Death is everywhere yet nowhere in Western culture. Corpses litter Hollywood film; the threat of violence propels most mainstream narratives; the recently-recovered or...
deadline: 2 March 2009
A conference called by the International Association of Health Policy in
Europe (IAHPE) with the support of Coventry University's School of Art
and Design and Faculty of...
deadline extended to : 20 March 2009
The Centre for International Communication Research (CICR) the Media Industries Research Centre (MIRC) and the Institute of Communications Studies at the...
deadline: 3 April 2009
3rd Annual PhD Conference
Friday 12th June 2009: 9 – 4 PM
Institute of Communication Studies, University of Leeds, UK
Communication politics and policies are dominant...
deadline: 26 February 2009
Venue: Amsterdam, the Netherlands
The Amsterdam School for Cultural Analysis (ASCA) and the Department of Media Studies of the Universiteit van Amsterdam invite papers...
deadline: 19 January 2009
Venue: University of Salford
The School of Media, Music and Performance & The Adelphi Research Institute present the
University of Salford
Deadline: 31 January 2009 (for panel proposals: 30 November 2008)
2009 - The Lund Conference
Lund, Sweden, June 25-28,...
deadline: 10th December 2008
AHRC workshop on ephemeral media, University of Nottingham,
23-24 June 2009
Visit the website.
Key speakers: Professor Nick Couldry (Goldsmiths),