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University of Sussex MA Digital Documentary Degree show

You are cordially invited to the 2nd MA Digital Documentary degree show at the Chichester 1 Lecture Theatre, University of Sussex on Saturday 18 July, 11.00 – 6.00. This year's talented,...

Mediated Memories Journal of Media Practice 10th Anniversary Symposium, 13 July, Sussex University

This is the final call for registrations for this event. Please register by Friday 26 June so that we can confirm catering if you intend to come by following the links below: Mediated Memories...

Screen Studies Conference, 3-5 July 2009, University of Glasgow

There are still a few delegate places left at the Screen Studies Conference, to be held at the University of Glasgow, 3-5 July 2009. It will be a special occasion marking the journal Screen's...

inVisio Seminar Series - Visualizing Impossible Worlds

We are pleased to announce an additional on-line event has been confirmed for the inVisio seminar series. Dr Craig Prichard of Massey University has kindly offered to host a webinar titled...

Journal of Media Practice Symposium, 13 July 2009, University of Sussex

REGISTRATION NOW OPEN Monday 13 July 2009 9:00 until 19:30 University of Sussex Journal of Media Practice 10th Anniversary Symposium Hosted by the Centre for Material Digital Culture Sussex...

IAMHIST conference 2009: Social Fears and Moral Panics, 8-11 July 2009, Aberystwyth

The Registration Deadline for this Conference has been extended to 10th May 2009. The International Association for Media and History (IAMHIST) is pleased to announce its XXIII biennial...

Screen Studies South West Symposium, 5 June 2009, University College, Falmouth

deadline: 22 May 2009 We are pleased to announce that Screen Studies South West, the regional network for all those involved in screen studies and screen heritage in the South West, is holding...

18th New Zealand Asian Studies Society International Conference 2009. 6-8 July, 2009, Victoria University of Wellington, Downtown (Pipitea) Campus

deadline: 29 March 2009 This will be an open, multidisciplinary conference. Participants are invited to submit panel or paper proposals presenting original research on any Asia-related topic....

Televising History 2009, 22-25 July 2009, University of Lincoln

DEADLINE EXTENDED TO 15 MAY 2009 Conference aims A diverse, and interdisciplinary, international 3-day conference open to media professionals, archivists, museum professionals and scholars, with...

CFP: “Communication and Reform Issues in Arab Societies: Reality and challenges”, 7-9 July 2009, Cairo University

- Deadline for abstracts: 1 February 2009. - Deadline for full papers: 1 May 2009. Under the patronage of Prof. Dr. Hossam Kamel President of Cairo University Conference President: Prof....

Cultures of Violence and Conflict, 20-23 July 2009, University of Queensland, Brisbane, Australia

deadline: 19 December 2008 The Second Conference of the International Society for Cultural History 20 to 23 July 2009 Hosted by the Cultural History Project The University of Queensland,...

The BBC Radiophonic Workshop: history & legacy, 3 July 2009

deadline: 31 March 2009 Venue: University of Northampton, UK Plenary speakers: tbc This conference aims to explore the work of the BBC Radiophonic Workshop and its legacy since its closure....

Richard Hoggart: Culture and Critique, 10-12 July 2009, Leeds Metropolitan University

deadline: 31 January 2009. An international conference hosted by: The School of Cultural Studies and The Institute of Northern Studies Leeds Metropolitan University 10-12 July 2009 Since the...

Performing Lives (6-8 July 2009)

Kingston University deadline: 8 December 2008 This international conference on 'Performing Lives' follows the inaugural conference of the Centre for Life Narratives, 'The Spirit of the Age', the...

The Promotional Surround: Logos, Promos, Idents, Trailers (21-22 July 2009)

deadline: 10 December 2008 AHRC workshop on ephemeral media, University of Nottingham, 21-22 July 2009 Visit the website Key speakers: Professor John Caldwell (UCLA), ProfessorWilliam Uricchio...