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Media, Communication and Sociology Research Seminars 2009-2010, Queen Margaret University, Edinburgh

Colleagues are invited to attend the following Research seminars, organised by the Media, Communication and Sociology subject area at Queen Margaret University, Edinburgh. Queen Margaret...

'Greening the Media' A Lecture by Prof Toby Miller, 28 January 2010, University of Leicester

The Department of Media and Communication at the University of Leicester cordially invites you to join us for the following lecture on Thursday January 28th: Greening the Media Professor Toby...

‘The Work of Roger Silverstone’, 20 January 2010, University of Sussex

The School of Media, Film and Music at Sussex is organizing an event around the work of Roger Silverstone. See details below: 'The Work of Roger Silverstone' A symposium to mark the naming of...

TV is Dead! Long Live TV! A talk by Prof Toby Miller, 12 January 2010, Queen Mary University of London

Please join us for a talk by Prof Toby Miller (Chair of Media and Cultural Studies, University of California Riverside USA) entitled TV is Dead! Long Live TV! on 12/01/2010 Time:16:30 - 18:30...

Beyond the "Berlusconi Common Sense". A New Model of Politics for the 21st Century, 19 January 2010, LSE, London

LSE Department of Media and Communications Public Lecture Date: Tuesday 19 January 2010 Time: 6.30-8pm Venue: Sheikh Zayed Theatre, New Academic Building Speaker: Professor Paolo Mancini...

Documentary Now! 2010 Schedule, A Conference on the Contemporary Contexts and Possibilities of the Documentary, 15-16 January 2010, Birkbeck College, University of London

Location: Birkbeck College, University of London, 43 Gordon Square, London, WC1H 0PD Dates: Friday/Saturday 15/16 January Friday 2.00-4.00 pm AVPhD Panel Jolene Mairs (University of Ulster,...

“There’s No Such Thing as Society”? Broadcasting, the NHS and ‘the public’, 29 January 2010, Bournemouth University

A one day symposium at Bournemouth University Talbot Campus Friday 29 January 2010 preceded by a Casualty evening on Thursday 28th The aim of the Symposium is to explore the challenges to the...

Researchers' Tales at the BFI National Library 18 January 2010 - Emma Frost

We are very pleased to welcome Emma Frost - TV and screenwriter - to the BFI National Library. A lead writer on Channel 4's award-winning Shameless and one of Screen International's 'UK Stars of...

MeCCSA 2010 Conference at LSE, 6-8 January 2010, LSE, London

Wednesday 6th - Friday 8th January 2010 Early bird delegate fees available until 30th November 2009 Draft Conference Programme now available here. MeCCSA is the UK subject association for those...

CFP: 2010 MeCCSA Postgraduate Conference, 30 June - 1 July 2010, University of Glasgow

deadline: 15 March 2010 Hosted by the Department of Theatre, Film & Television Studies The MeCCSA Postgraduate Network invites submission of abstracts for its 2010 Annual Postgraduate Conference,...

CFP: Contemporary Serial Culture: Quality TV Series in a New Media Environment, International Conference, 14 - 16 January 2010, Potsdam-Babelsberg, Germany

REMINDER deadline: 15 November 2009 Confirmed Keynote Speakers: Toby Miller (University of California, Riverside) Robin Nelson (Manchester Metropolitan University) Hugh O'Donnell (Glasgow...

CFP; Present Difference: The Cultural Production of Disability, 6-8 January 2010, Manchester Metropolitan University

Extended Deadline: July 1st 2009 Present Difference: The Cultural Production of Disability Manchester Metropolitan University in conjunction with BBC Northwest and the Cultural Disability Studies...